6 Components of fitness
Agility - The ability to change direction quickly.
Balance - To be able to hold a position and stand still.
Co-ordination - The ability to use two or more body parts together.
Power - The ability to do strength performances quickly (Power = Strength + Speed)
Reaction Time - The Ability to react when needed.
Speed - An individual is able to perform a movement or cover a distance in a period of time.
Principles Of Training
(S) - Specificity - Matching training to the requirements of an activity
(P) - Progression - As the body adapts to the training it 'progresses'
(O) - Overload - To make the body work harder than it would do normally
(R) - Reversibility - If training stops or is reduced then the body adapts
(T) - Tedium - If things became boring we are less likely to continue
(F) - Frequency - Planning how often to train
(I) - Intensity - How hard someone trains
(T) - Time - How long each training session is
(T) - Type - The methods of training chosen to achieve a person's particular goal.