BETEC SPORT

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What is body composition?
Body composition is the ratio of fat mass vs no fat mass
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What is flexibility?
Having an adequate (okay) range of movement in all joints of the body
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What are the 3 main types of speed
Acceleration Speed, Pure Speed, Speed Endurance
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What is the definition of balance?
The ability to maintain center of mass over a base of support
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What is the definition of agility?
Agility is the ability of a sports performer to quickly and precisely move of change direction without losing balance or time
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What is adaptation?
Adaptation is how the body reacts to training loads by increasing its ability to cope with these loads
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What is reversibility?
Reversibility is if the training stops or the intensity of training is not enough to cause adaptation, then the training effects gets reversed
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What is the formula to calculate max HR?
220 - AGE
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How do you find out someones lower training threshold?
MAX HR x 0.60 = Lower Threshold
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How do you find out someones higher training threshold?
MAX HR x 0.85 = Higher Threshold
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What is a test for flexibility?
The test for flexibility is the sit and reach text
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What equipment is needed for the multi stage fitness test?
4 cones, computer or audio device, multi stage fitness audio and a tap measure
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In the borg scale what does RPE stand for?
Rating of Perceived Exertion
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What does BMI stand for?
Body Mass Index
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What is the BMI test for?
BMI test is to see if someone is the ideal weight for there hight
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On a male where do you measure for the skin fold test?
Chest (diagonal fold), Abdominal (vertical fold), Thigh (vertical fold)
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On a female where do you measure for the skin fold test?
Tricep (vertical fold), Suprailiac (diagonal fold), Thig ( vertical fold)
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What does BIA stand for?
Biometric Impedance Analysis
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What is passive streching?
Passive streching is where you use an object or other equipment to help stretch also known as assisted strech
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What is Fartlek training?
Fartlek training is a continues training with no rests over an extended period of time. The speed,intensity, terrain or gradient changes.
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