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BTEC Sport Level 2. Learning Aim A: Know about the components of fitness and the principles of training. Topic A.2: Components of Skill-Related Fitness. Unit 1: Fitness for Sport and Exercise. Connector: Spot the FIVE Components of SKILL-RELATED Fitness (A2) :.

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unit 1 fitness for sport and exercise

BTEC Sport Level 2

Learning Aim A:Know about the components of fitnessand the principles of training.Topic A.2: Components of Skill-Related Fitness

Unit 1:

Fitness for Sport and Exercise

learning objectives
Learning Objectives:
  • All:Will know the 5 components of skill related fitness.
  • Most: Will be able to apply each component of skill related fitness to specific sports.
  • Some:Will understand why each component is required to be successful in given sports.
skill related components of fitness
Skill Related Components of Fitness

Discussion:

What is the difference between a Skill-Related Component of Fitness and a Physical Component of Fitness?

The components of Skill-Related Fitness are (Davis 2000):

  • Agility
  • Balance
  • Co-ordination
  • Power
  • Reaction Time
agility
Agility
  • DEFINE IT:(Describe)

The ability of a sports performer to quickly

and precisely move

or change direction

withoutlosing

balanceor time.

  • Key Words:
  • Precisely= exactly, correct execution
  • Balance= to stay in a steady position
examples of agility in sport
Examples of Agility in Sport
  • Why is it important in Rugby to be able to change direction at speed, maintaining your balance?
  • Why do Badminton players need good agility?
  • What would happen to performance if these athletes did not have good agility?…..WHY?
watch the following video and write down your example in your books
Watch the following video and write down your example in your books:
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1AEbdD4q8Xs
  • [longer video – you don’t have to show all of it]
  • Bronze:In your example, name a sport that requires good agility.
  • Silver:In your example, explain why this sport requires good agility.
  • Gold: In your example, explain your thoughts using the correct terminology.
balance
Balance
  • DEFINE IT:(Describe)

The ability to maintain centre of mass over a base of support.

  • Types of Balance:

Static Balance = When there is little/no movement and the position is fixed.

Dynamic Balance = When there is momentum and the position is held during movement.

watch the following video and write down your example in your books1
Watch the following video and write down your example in your books:
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJg40eI1WZI
  • [short video]
  • Bronze:In your example, name a sport that requires good balance.
  • Silver:In your example, explain why this sport requires good balance.
  • Gold: In your example, explain your thoughts using the correct terminology.
co ordination
Co-ordination
  • DEFINE IT:(Describe)

The smooth flow

of movement

needed to

perform a

motor task

efficiently

and accurately.

  • Key Words:
  • Motor Task= A learned sequence of movements
  • Efficiently= Effectively, smoothly, quickly – working in the best possible way
examples of co ordination in sport
Examples of Co-ordination in Sport
  • Why is it important in Swimming to have good co-ordination? What needs to be co-ordinated?
  • Laura Robson needs

co-ordination in Tennis, what parts of the body?

  • What would happen to performance if these athletes did not have good co-ordination?

…..WHY?

watch the following video and write down your example in your books2
Watch the following video and write down your example in your books:
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7VUePwc-A4g
  • [short video]
  • Bronze:In your example, name a sport that requires good co-ordination.
  • Silver:In your example, explain why this sport requires co-ordination.
  • Gold: In your example, explain your thoughts using the correct terminology.
power
Power
  • DEFINE IT:(Describe)

The product of strength and speed.

Expressed as the time it takes to perform a task.

  • Key Words:
  • Strength = Amount of force that can be exerted.
  • Speed= How long it takes to move.
  • This component is VERY similar to EXPLOSIVE STRENGTH.
examples of power in sport
Examples of Power in Sport
  • In golf, why does Tiger Woods need power?
  • As well as muscular strength, boxers need power? Why?
  • What would happen to performance if these athletes did not have good power?

…..WHY?

watch the following video and write down your example in your books3
Watch the following video and write down your example in your books:
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6wJh76N558A
  • [start the video at 3.30 minutes]
  • Bronze:In your example, name a sport that requires good power.
  • Silver:In your example, explain why this sport requires power.
  • Gold: In your example, explain your thoughts using the correct terminology.
reaction time
Reaction Time
  • DEFINE IT:(Describe)

The time taken for a sports performer to respond to a stimulusand the initiation of their response.

  • Key Words:
  • Stimulus = An object or an event.
  • Response= A reaction.
examples of reaction time in sport
Examples of Reaction Time in Sport
  • In fencing, you have to strike your opponent with a fencing sword. Why do you need good reaction time?
  • What stimulus do sprinters respond to?
  • What would happen to performance if these athletes did not have good reaction time?

…..WHY?

watch the following video and write down your example in your books4
Watch the following video and write down your example in your books:
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yhNReLqqkiE
  • [slow-motion starts around 1 minute]
  • Bronze:In your example, name a sport that requires good reaction time.
  • Silver:In your example, explain why this sport requires reaction time.
  • Gold: In your example, explain your thoughts using the correct terminology.
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A3: Why fitness components are important for successful participation.

  • Research Task and Home Learning
  • Pick a sport or event of your choice.

(Just ONE sport/event).

  • Describe (pass), explain (merit) and analyse (distinction):

The 3 main PHYSICAL components of fitness AND

the 2 main SKILL-RELATED components of fitness needed to be successful at that sport/event.

  • Use examples from your chosen sport/event to support your work.
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