Components of Physical Fitness

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Speed
The time taken to move a body , part or whole, through a movement over a pre-determined distnace
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Absolute Strength
The maximum force that can be exerted once
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Dynamic Strength
The ability to exert significant muscular force repeatedly
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Elastic Strength/Power
The ability to exert a force quickly
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Explosive Strength
The ability to exert of force in one action
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Relative Strength
The maximum force that can be exerted in proportion to body weight
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Strength Endurance
The ability of a muscle to reisit fatigue while exerting a force performing repeated muscular action
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Static Strength
The ability to exert a force without movement
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Aerobic Endurance
The ability of the aerobic energy pathway to meet the demands of the activity
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Cardiovascular Fitness
The ability of the heart, blood and blood vessels to work together to deliver oxygen and remove waste for an extended period of time
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Muscular Endurance
The ability of a muscle to resist fatigue whilst exerting a force
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Flexbility
The range of movement available at a joint
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Body Composition
The percentage of bone, muscle and fat that makes up the human body
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