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Fartlek Training
Speed play in Swedish, a continuous exercise, you vary the intensity and type of exercise. Example: Football. Footballers vary their speed in match situations.
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Interval Training
This is where the training has set distances and time with high intensity with rest. Method is better for team games as it mixes aerobic and anaerobic exercise. Example: Sprinters. Sprinters run for a set distance and then rest.
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Continuous Training
Helps with aerobic exercise with no rest. Set distances or time and good for marathons and team games. Example: Marathon Runners. Marathon runners would be suited to this method of training to improve muscular endurance
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Weight Training
Used to improve muscular strength, power, endurance, muscle size or bulk. Example: Weight Lifters
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Circuit Training
Form of body conditioning at resistance training using high intensity aerobics. Targets strength building and muscular endurance. Suited for certain sports
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Components of Fitness
MMBFC CRABSP
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M = Muscular Strength
Is the maximum amount of force that a muscle can exert against some form of resistance in a single effort
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M = Muscular Endurance
Is the ability to move your body or an object repeatedly without getting tired
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B = Body Composition
Is used to describe the percentages of fat, bone, water and muscle in our bodies
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F = Flexibility
Is the range of motion of a given joint or group of joints or the level of tissue extensibility that a muscle group possesses
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C = Cardiovascular Fitness
The ability of the heart, lungs and blood vessels to deliver oxygen to your body tissues
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C = Co Ordination
The organisation of the different elements of a complex body or activity to enable them to work together
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R = Reaction Time
The amount of time it takes to respond to a stimulus (Eg. Gun at start of a race)
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A = Agility
Ability to be quick and graceful and can be used for both mental and physical skills in speed and grace
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B = Balance
An even distribution of weight enabling someone or something to remain upright and steady
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S = Speed
The rate at which someone or something moves or operates
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P = Power
Ability to exert a maximal force in a short time as possible as in accelerating, jumping and throwing
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This is where the training has set distances and time with high intensity with rest. Method is better for team games as it mixes aerobic and anaerobic exercise. Example: Sprinters. Sprinters run for a set distance and then rest.

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Interval Training

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Helps with aerobic exercise with no rest. Set distances or time and good for marathons and team games. Example: Marathon Runners. Marathon runners would be suited to this method of training to improve muscular endurance

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Used to improve muscular strength, power, endurance, muscle size or bulk. Example: Weight Lifters

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Form of body conditioning at resistance training using high intensity aerobics. Targets strength building and muscular endurance. Suited for certain sports

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