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what types of strength is there?
explosive, dynamic, static
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what is the definition of strength?
the maximum force that can be developed within a muscle
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what is the definition of speed?
is the ability to move all or parts of the body as quickly as possible
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what is the definition of power?
maximum speed x maximum strength
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what is the definition of cardiovascular endurance?
the ability of the heart and lungs to keep supplying oxygen
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what is the definition of muscular endurance?
is the ability of a muscle or group of muscles to keep working against resistance
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what is the definition of flexibility?
often called suppleness and refers to the range of movements round a joint
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what is the definition of balance?
to maintain a given posture in dynamic and static situations and to be able to stay level and stable
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what is the definition of co-ordination?
is the ability to link all parts of a movement into one efficient smooth movement and to be able to control the body
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what is the definition of agility?
is the combination of flexibility and speed and to be able to move quickly, changing direction and speed whenever possible
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what is the definition of reaction time?
is the time taken for the body or part of the body to respond to a stimulus
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what is the definition of timing?
is the ability to coincide movementsin relation with external factors
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