Components of Fitness A guide to the five components of fitness in health and physical education. Susan Massara October 18, 2007 Dr. Cone T/R 8:00 Tech and Assess Muscular Endurance Body Composition Cardiovascular Endurance Muscular Strength Flexibility Cardiovascular Endurance
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A guide to the five components of fitness in health and physical education.
October 18, 2007
Dr. Cone T/R 8:00
Tech and Assess
Of the heart, blood vessels,
To carry Oxygen
to the cells
Ability of cells to process oxygen
Away waste products
Ability of a muscle
To move in a
Complete Range of Motion
*Stretching and flexibility prevent injury
i.e. Pulled Muscles or Broken Bones
The measure of how well
Muscles can repeatedly generate force
And the amount of time
They can maintain activity!
Upper Body Strength:
Performing Push-Ups Daily
Lower Body Strength:
Performing Sit-ups Daily
The capacity of your body’s muscles
To generate extreme amounts of force in a short period of time using anaerobic energy
Using free weights or dumbbells
Utilizing weight lifting machines
Resistance training techniques
Percentages of fat, bone, and muscle in a person’s body.