Healthy active lifestyle

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  • Healthy active lifestyle
    • Influences
      • family - can influence to do certain sports. If their parents didn't have the chance to do certain things they want their child to do their best.
      • Friends - If your friends are involved in sports you may be influenced to take up those sports.
      • Media - seeing celebrities involved in sports may influence you to be like them.
      • Gender - there is still gender bias associated with some sports some are becoming recognised for both sex.
      • Disability - Your are limited to how you can participate in an activity most sports can be adapted.
      • Culture - some religions will not allow people to do certain sports.
    • Resources
      • location - facilities may be too far away
      • availability - restricted from opening hours
      • access - might not have the facilities
      • time -people don't have the time
    • Health - related exercise
      • Muscular strength - the amount of force a muscle can exert against a resistance .
      • Body composition - the percentage of body weight which is fat, muscle and bone.
      • Cardiovasculr- the ability to exercise the entire body for long periods of time.
      • Flexibility - the movement possible at the joint
      • muscular endurance - the ability to use voluntary muscles many times without getting tired.
    • Health and well-being
      • Illness - you can't participate on temporary basis
      • Health problems - these will prevent you from doing types of activities
      • HEALTH - a complete state of physical, mental and social well - being
      • FITNESS - the ability to meet the demands of the environment you are able to cope with the amount of physical work needed.
      • EXERCISE - form a physical activity done to maintain or improve health, physical fitness, its not competitive sport.
      • socio - ecomic
        • cost - some activities are more expensive.
        • status - associated with different socio - economic groups within the society.
    • Skill related fitness
      • AGILITY - ability to change position of the body to control movement of the body.
      • SPEED - rate at which an individual is able to preform movement or cover a distance in a period of time.
      • POWER - ability to do strength performances quickly
      • COORDINATION - ability to move more than one body part at a time.
      • BALANCE - ability to retain the body's centre of mass
      • REACTION TIME - time between presentation of a stimulus and movement


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