fitness for sports&exercise

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    • components of fitness
      • Skill
        • Balance
          • The ability to maintain equilibrium while stationary or moving.
            • coordination
              • reaction time
                • speed
                  • power
                    • agility
                      • coordination
                        • reaction time
                          • speed
                            • power
                              • agility
                                • The ability to rapidly and accurately change the direction of the whole body in space.
                              • The amount of force a muscle can exert
                            • The amount of time it takes the body to perform specific tasks.
                          • The ability to respond quickly to stimuli.
                        • The ability to use the senses and body parts in order to perform motor tasks smoothly and accurately.
                      • The ability to rapidly and accurately change the direction of the whole body in space.
                    • The amount of force a muscle can exert
                  • The amount of time it takes the body to perform specific tasks.
                • The ability to respond quickly to stimuli.
              • The ability to use the senses and body parts in order to perform motor tasks smoothly and accurately.
      • Physical
        • Body composition
          • Flexibility
            • Muscle endurance
              • Muscle strength
                • Cardiovascular endurance
                  • Cardiovascular endurance refers to the ability of your heart and lungs to work together to fuel your body with oxygen.
                • Muscle strength refers to the amount of force a muscle can exert, in a single effort.
              • Muscle endurance refers to the ability of a muscle to perform a continuous effort without fatiguing
            • Flexibility refers to the ability of each joint to express its full range of motion.
          • Body composition refers to the amount of body fat you have, versus the amount of lean muscles, bones and organs.
        • Body composition refers to the amount of body fat you have, versus the amount of lean muscles, bones and organs.
        • Muscle strength refers to the amount of force a muscle can exert, in a single effort.
    • Principles of training
      • Specificity
        • Overload
          • Progression
            • Reversibility
              • any adaptation that takes place as a result of training will be reversed when you stop training.
              • Fitt principle
                • Intensity - choose how hard to train.
                • Time - decide for how long to train.
                • Type - decide which methods of training to use.
            • start slowly and gradually increase the amount of exercise and keep overloading.
          • fitness can only be improved by training more than you normally do. You must work hard.
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        • training must be matched to the needs of the sporting activity to improve fitness in the body parts the sport uses
  • Body composition
    • Flexibility
      • Muscle endurance
        • Muscle strength
          • Cardiovascular endurance
            • Cardiovascular endurance refers to the ability of your heart and lungs to work together to fuel your body with oxygen.
        • Muscle endurance refers to the ability of a muscle to perform a continuous effort without fatiguing
      • Flexibility refers to the ability of each joint to express its full range of motion.

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