Health and fitness

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Agility
The ability to change direction or position of the body quickly and under control, For example Hockey
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Balance
The ability to maintain the centre of mass above the base of support. For example gymnastics
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Coordination
The ability to use two or more parts of the body efficiently and fluently. For example dribbling in football
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Flexibility
The range of movement possible at a joint. For example gymnastics
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Reaction Time
The time between the presentation of a stimulus and the reaction to that stimulus. For example the gun at the start of the 100m sprint
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Speed
The ability to perform a movement or cover a distance in a period of time or how quickly an individual can move. For example 100m sprint
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Muscular Endurance
The ability to use volunatry muscles repeatedly without getting tired. For example cross country
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Static Strength
The amount of force exerted on an object you cannot move. For example the holding of the weight in weight lifting
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Explosive Strength
The amount of force exerted in one quick muscle contraction. For example high jump
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Dynamic Strength
The amount of force that can be exerted repeatedly by a muscle. For example Pommel Horse
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Maximal Strength
The greatest force that is possible in a single maximum muscular contraction. For example weight lifting
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Anaerobic (power)
The product of strength and speed
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Cardio Vascular Endurance
The ability of the heart and lungs to supply oxygen to the working muscles. For example long distance running
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Quantitative Data
Data that focuses on mearsuring things and use data. Involves facts and therefore gives you an objective answer
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Qualitative Data
Data that focuses on understanding things. Involves descriptions about peoples opinions. How they feel, think, behave and therefore gives you subjective answer
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Decreased fitness because of ill health
Poor health can result in an inability to train, lower fitness
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Increased Fitness despite ill health
Unhealthy but able to train, increased fitness
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General Fitness
The fitness required to be able to carry out everyday tasks comfortably. For example walking to the shops
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Specific Fitness
The fitness required by a performer who is taking part in a particular sport at a high level. For example stamina for long distance running
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Health
A state of complete physical,mental and social wellbeing and not merley the absense of disease or infirmity
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Fitness
Physical condition especially as the result of exercise and proper nutrition
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The ability to maintain the centre of mass above the base of support. For example gymnastics

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Balance

Card 3

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The ability to use two or more parts of the body efficiently and fluently. For example dribbling in football

Back

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Card 4

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The range of movement possible at a joint. For example gymnastics

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

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The time between the presentation of a stimulus and the reaction to that stimulus. For example the gun at the start of the 100m sprint

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