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SKILL RELATED COMPONENTS OF PHYSICAL FITNESS. AGILITY BALANCE COORDINATION POWER REACTION TIME SPEED. SKILL RELATED FITNESS. Fitness components important for success in skillful activities and athletic events. Encompasses agility, balance, coordination, power, reaction time and speed. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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SKILL RELATED COMPONENTS OF PHYSICAL FITNESS

  • AGILITY

  • BALANCE

  • COORDINATION

  • POWER

  • REACTION TIME

  • SPEED


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SKILL RELATED FITNESS

  • Fitness components important for success in skillful activities and athletic events.

  • Encompasses agility, balance, coordination, power, reaction time and speed.


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AGILITY

  • The ability to change body position and direction quickly and efficiently.

  • Key activities such as: basketball, soccer, racquet sports, skiing, ect: any sport/activity you need to change direction quickly.

  • SEMO Agility Test – page 267 = cone obstacle course.


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BALANCE

  • The ability to maintain the body in proper equilibrium.

  • Key in activities such as: gymnastics, diving, skating, skiing, football, wrestling etc..

  • Foot Stand Test – standing on 1 foot for period of time with specific guidelines. Page 268


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COORDINATION

  • The integration of the nervous and the muscular systems to produce correct, graceful, and harmonious body movements.

  • Key in wide variety of activities: golf, basketball, baseball, soccer, karate – anywhere where hand – eye- foot movements must be integrated.

  • Soda Pop Test – flipping cans over into small circles as fast as possible. Page 269


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POWER

  • The ability to produce maximum force in the shortest time.

  • By c0ombining power, speed and force (strength) – allows a person to produce explosive movements: jumping, shot put, spiking/throwing/hitting a ball.

  • Standing Long Jump Test – how far can you go? Page 269


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REACTION TIME

  • The time required to initiate a response to a given stimulus

  • Important for starts of races, racquet sports, and self defense.

  • Yardstick test – dropping a yard stick and seeing how long it takes to catch it. Page. 270


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SPEED

  • The ability to propel the body or a part of the body rapidly form one point to another.

  • Many if not most sport and activities required bursts of speed at some point.

  • 50-Yard Dash – an all out sprint – anaerobic. Page 270


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CLASS ACTIVITY – site the page

  • What are 3 possible reasons for heart disease being the #1 killer of all Americans?

  • If you were to recommend a type of exercise regimen, what type would you suggest to someone who wants to stay healthy and why?

  • What are 2 methods of reinforcing a behavior change that you would use or suggest to others?

  • What does a balanced diet mean to you?

  • Who would benefit from carb loading and why?

  • List 3 methods to assess body percent fat.

  • What are 2 solutions to our overweight epidemic?

  • Why might it be important to lower ones resting heart rate?

  • What is the FITT principle and why is it important?