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Chapter 5
Active Sports & Recreation
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Vocabulary
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Active Recreation

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Active Sports

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Anerobic Games

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Lifetime Sports

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Participation Sports

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P...
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What are Active Sports?
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SPORTS are physical activities that use
the large muscles of the body.
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Well-defined rules...
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Sport vs Active Recreation
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Competitive cross country

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Long distance conditioning run
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Active Sports
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Vigorous Sports
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Participation Sports
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Sports performed on a regular basis.

Spectator Sports
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Sports that is watched on TV or in pe...
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Active Sports and Recreation

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Level 2 of your Physical Activity Pyramid

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F = 3-6 days a week

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I = Moderate to ...
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What is Active Recreation?

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Activities that you do during your free time.

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Recreation means: recreate, or to be r...
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Fit or Fact
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The “topspin” serve in tennis has a high bounce because the spin
causes a downward curve that makes the ...
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Vocabulary
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Acceleration

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Deceleration

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Velocity
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Fit or Fact
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Sports and recreation activities can be adapted for people with
disabilities. In “beep-beep softball,” t...
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Benefits of Active Sports &
Recreation…
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Cardiovascular fitness.

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Relax and reduce stress.

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Weight control.

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Biomechanical Principles:
Velocity, Acceleration, Deceleration
 Velocity,

Acceleration, and Deceleration are importan...
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Acceleration and Velocity
…are important when a catcher
wants to throw out a runner who is
trying to steal a base.

Per...
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What types of Sports & Recreation
Are Best?
 Provide
 Match

benefits that you need

your abilities

 Different

act...
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Chapter 5 fitness 4 life middle

  1. 1. + Chapter 5 Active Sports & Recreation
  2. 2. + Vocabulary  Active Recreation  Active Sports  Anerobic Games  Lifetime Sports  Participation Sports  Physical Recreation  Recreation  Spectator Sports  Sports  Strategy Tactics
  3. 3. + What are Active Sports?  SPORTS are physical activities that use the large muscles of the body.  Well-defined rules  Competition  Require STRATEGY (an overall plan)  Require TACTICS (specific plans to meet your goals.)  GAMES (chess and cards) are typically not considered sport
  4. 4. + Sport vs Active Recreation  Competitive cross country  Long distance conditioning run
  5. 5. + Active Sports  Vigorous Sports
  6. 6. + Participation Sports  Sports performed on a regular basis. Spectator Sports  Sports that is watched on TV or in person Lifetime Sports  Sports that many people participate in all ages
  7. 7. + Active Sports and Recreation  Level 2 of your Physical Activity Pyramid  F = 3-6 days a week  I = Moderate to vigorous (increased heart rate)  T=20 or more minutes
  8. 8. + What is Active Recreation?  Activities that you do during your free time.  Recreation means: recreate, or to be refreshed.  Physical recreation: using the large muscles of your body.  Active Recreation: physical recreation activities that are vigorous enough to get your heart to beat faster
  9. 9. + Fit or Fact  The “topspin” serve in tennis has a high bounce because the spin causes a downward curve that makes the ball hit the ground at a steep angle.
  10. 10. + Vocabulary  Acceleration  Deceleration  Velocity
  11. 11. + Fit or Fact  Sports and recreation activities can be adapted for people with disabilities. In “beep-beep softball,” the ball makes a beeping noise so that people who are visually impaired can participate. In wheelchair tennis, a person in a wheelchair is allowed two bounces to get to the ball.
  12. 12. + Benefits of Active Sports & Recreation…  Cardiovascular fitness.  Relax and reduce stress.  Weight control.  Social vehicle
  13. 13. + Biomechanical Principles: Velocity, Acceleration, Deceleration  Velocity, Acceleration, and Deceleration are important in the performance of physical activities, especially those that require speed and fast movements.  VELOCITY: speed of movement  ACCELERATION: causing an increase in speed of a movement  DECELERATION: reduction in velocity
  14. 14. + Acceleration and Velocity …are important when a catcher wants to throw out a runner who is trying to steal a base. Performing gymnastic stunts requires acceleration and fast movements, but is also requires controlling body movements for safety.
  15. 15. + What types of Sports & Recreation Are Best?  Provide  Match benefits that you need your abilities  Different activities  Accessible  You will practice  Good instruction

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