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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Learning Aim A:Know about the components of fitnessand the principles of training.Topic A.2: Components of Skill-Related Fitness
Fitness for Sport and Exercise
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):
The ability of a sports performer to quickly
and precisely move
or change direction
The ability to maintain centre of mass over a base of support.
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.
The smooth flow
co-ordination in Tennis, what parts of the body?
The product of strength and speed.
Expressed as the time it takes to perform a task.
The time taken for a sports performer to respond to a stimulusand the initiation of their response.
A3: Why fitness components are important for successful participation.
(Just ONE sport/event).
The 3 main PHYSICAL components of fitness AND
the 2 main SKILL-RELATED components of fitness needed to be successful at that sport/event.