Skillrelatedcomponentsofphysicalfitness

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Skillrelatedcomponentsofphysicalfitness

  1. 1. SKILL RELATED COMPONENTS OF PHYSICAL FITNESS  AGILITYAGILITY  BALANCEBALANCE  COORDINATIONCOORDINATION  POWERPOWER  REACTION TIMEREACTION TIME  SPEEDSPEED
  2. 2. SKILL RELATED FITNESS  Fitness componentsFitness components important for successimportant for success in skillful activitiesin skillful activities and athletic events.and athletic events.  Encompasses agility,Encompasses agility, balance, coordination,balance, coordination, power, reaction timepower, reaction time and speed.and speed.
  3. 3. AGILITY  The ability to change body position andThe ability to change body position and direction quickly and efficiently.direction quickly and efficiently.  Key activities such as: basketball, soccer,Key activities such as: basketball, soccer, racquet sports, skiing, etc: any sport/activityracquet sports, skiing, etc: any sport/activity you need to change direction quickly.you need to change direction quickly.
  4. 4. BALANCE  The ability to maintain the body in properThe ability to maintain the body in proper equilibrium.equilibrium.  Key in activities such as: gymnastics,Key in activities such as: gymnastics, diving, skating, skiing, football, wrestlingdiving, skating, skiing, football, wrestling etc..etc..
  5. 5. COORDINATION  The integration of the nervous and the muscularThe integration of the nervous and the muscular systems to produce correct,systems to produce correct, graceful,graceful, andand harmonious body movements.harmonious body movements.  Key in wide variety of activities: golf, basketball,Key in wide variety of activities: golf, basketball, baseball, soccer, karate – anywhere where hand –baseball, soccer, karate – anywhere where hand – eye- foot movements must be integrated.eye- foot movements must be integrated.
  6. 6. POWER  The ability to produce maximum force inThe ability to produce maximum force in the shortest time.the shortest time.  By c0ombining power, speed and forceBy c0ombining power, speed and force (strength) – allows a person to produce(strength) – allows a person to produce explosive movements: jumping, shot put,explosive movements: jumping, shot put, spiking/throwing/hitting a ball.spiking/throwing/hitting a ball.
  7. 7. REACTION TIME  The time required to initiate a response to aThe time required to initiate a response to a given stimulusgiven stimulus  Important for starts of races, racquet sports,Important for starts of races, racquet sports, and self defense.and self defense.
  8. 8. SPEED  The ability to propel the body or a part ofThe ability to propel the body or a part of the body rapidly form one point to another.the body rapidly form one point to another.  Many if not most sport and activitiesMany if not most sport and activities required bursts of speed at some point.required bursts of speed at some point.
  9. 9. Sources  Information was gathered from the following website.Information was gathered from the following website. www.salemstate.edu/.../presentwww.salemstate.edu/.../presentSKILLRELATEDCOMPONSKILLRELATEDCOMPON ENTSENTSOFPHYSICALOFPHYSICALFITNESSFITNESS.ppt.ppt
  10. 10. Sources  Information was gathered from the following website.Information was gathered from the following website. www.salemstate.edu/.../presentwww.salemstate.edu/.../presentSKILLRELATEDCOMPONSKILLRELATEDCOMPON ENTSENTSOFPHYSICALOFPHYSICALFITNESSFITNESS.ppt.ppt

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