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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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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


Connector: Spot the FIVE Components of SKILL-RELATED Fitness (A2):


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.


Input: Match the skill related components to their correct description


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

  • 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

  • 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:

  • 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

  • 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.


Balance


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

  • 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

  • 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 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

  • 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

  • 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 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

  • 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

  • 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 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.


Review: Skill Related Fitness


Discussion: Skill Related Fitness in Sport


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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