Upgrade to remove ads
Topic 6.3 - Components of Fitness
Topic 6 Measurement and Evaluation of Human Performance
Terms in this set (18)
An individual's physical ability to maintain health and perform activities of daily lives.
An individual's physical ability to perform in a specific sport.
The component parts of the body in terms of relative body fat compared to body mass.
The ability to provide and sustain energy aerobically
The full range of movement around a joint
the ability of a particular muscle group to keep working at the desired level of effort for as long as the situation demands
The ability to generate force by a muscle or muscle group
The ability to rapidly change direction or speed effectively while under control
The maintenance of the center of mass over the base of support
The interaction of the motor and nervous systems and is the the ability to perform motor tasks effectively and accurately
The combination of strength and speed/force and velocity
The time taken to initiate a response to a given stimulus
The change of distance with respect to time when movement occurs
The athlete works at maximum effort or tested for
Risk of injuries, hard to know whether the athlete work hard or not
Diadvantage of maximal test
the athlete works below maximum effort
prevent injuries, have a good correlation to VO2 max
Advantage of submaximal test
unknown what is maximum and what is not, level of motivation is required
Disadvantage of submaximal test
THIS SET IS OFTEN IN FOLDERS WITH...
Topic 6.4 - Principles of Training Program Design
4.3 Fundamentals of Biomechanics
4.1.4 Fast Twitch Slow Twitch muscle IB SEHS
4.2.2 Types of muscle contraction
YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE...
Topic 6.3 - Components of fitness
SEHS: Topic 6.3 - Components of Fitness Terms
ACE fitness exam review
BTEC Sport studies - components of fitne…
OTHER SETS BY THIS CREATOR
IB Biology Command Terms 2020
TO HAP: Nerve impulse transmission Vocab review
TO HAP : Parts of neuron and neuroglial cells