Physical Education MEGA Review


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long, narrow, thin shape with minimal muscle or fat - - sports long distance running and high jump
fat, pear shaped narrow shoulders wide hips with small ankles and wrist
-sports shot-putting and wrestling
muscular wedge shaped with wide shoulders narrow hips strong limbs
sports- swimming gymnastics
control precison
hockey puck handling
rate control
race car driving
response orientation and choice reaction time
football quarterback
reaction time
naual dexterity
basketball dribbling
finger dexterity
arm hand steadiness
performing surgery
wrist and finger speed
speed stacking
explosive strength
standing long jumps
static strength
weight lifting
trunk strength
pole vaulting
extent flexibility
dynamic flexibility
squat thursts
limb movement speed
javelin throwing
static balance/ dynamic balance
object balancing/ multi limb coordination
stick shift driving
5 Major components of PE related to healt
1. Cardio respiratory endurance
2. Muscular strength
3. Muscular endurance
4. Flexibility
5. Healthy body composition
Resistance training improves
neurological control of muscle functions and enlarges muscle fibers
Resistance training promotes
muscular strength and muscular endurance
Cardio respiratory endurance
accessing both aerobic and anaerobic energy systems
National Association for Sport and Physical Education
Council on Physical Education for Children
Progressive Aerobic Cardiovascular Endurance Run Test
Body compostition
the ratio of fatty tissue to non fatty tissues in the body
High Intensity Interval Training
sense of the body part's positions and movements
sense of balance
study of human behavior-
open motor skills
skills that are preformed in a stable environment
Encoding principle of specificity
premise of the practice conditions to keep contextual information that affects memory.
Motor learning theory
change from practicing an experience and ability to response
motor task analysis
relates to motor development in order to develop learning movement skills
Observational learning
students learn motor skills more easily by observing their correct performance demonstrated by teacher.
External feedback
improves internal feedback by enabling students and athletes to establish kinesthetic references for correct movements and techniques called augmented feedback
Effort awareness
individuals knowledge of time, force and balance how they related to physical movements and athletic activities
Locomotor skills
movements wherein we use our legs and feet to move our bodies from one location to another
Non locomotor skills
involve little or no shifting of the base of support, and do not cause changes in position