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PHYSICAL EDUCATION (PHYSCAL FITNESS)
RUN
WALK
EXERCISE
JOGGING
move at a speed faster than a walk, never having both or all…
move at a regular and fairly slow pace by lifting and setting…
activity requiring physical effort, carried out especially to…
run at a steady gentle pace, especially on a regular basis as…
RUN
move at a speed faster than a walk, never having both or all…
WALK
move at a regular and fairly slow pace by lifting and setting…
26 terms
Physical Education: Fitness concepts
5 fitness components
Muscular strength
Muscular endurance
Flexibility
Muscular strength... Muscular endurance ... Flexibility... Cardiovascu…
The ability to move a certain weight a certain distance... Ex:…
The ability to move a certain weight to certain distance over…
The ability of the muscles and joints to stretch... Ex: stretch
5 fitness components
Muscular strength... Muscular endurance ... Flexibility... Cardiovascu…
Muscular strength
The ability to move a certain weight a certain distance... Ex:…
26 terms
Physical Education: Fitness concepts
5 fitness components
Muscular strength
Muscular endurance
Flexibility
Muscular strength... Muscular endurance ... Flexibility... Cardiovascu…
The ability to move a certain weight a certain distance... Ex:…
The ability to move a certain weight to certain distance over…
The ability of the muscles and joints to stretch... Ex: stretch
5 fitness components
Muscular strength... Muscular endurance ... Flexibility... Cardiovascu…
Muscular strength
The ability to move a certain weight a certain distance... Ex:…
Physical Education, Fitness and Recreation
How do children learn about the world?
Sport, Fitness and Physical Education…
Whats the most popular recreational sp…
What age group is Master's athletics?
Their surroundings. Young children learn about their world ch…
Senior Citizens.
Softball
35-40. Master's athletics begins at age 35-40.
How do children learn about the world?
Their surroundings. Young children learn about their world ch…
Sport, Fitness and Physical Education…
Senior Citizens.
11 terms
Physical Education Fitness Terms
Aerobic
Skill Performance Components
Anaerobic
Eccentric
exercise or activities that last longer than 120 seconds and…
classifications of movements used within various sport skills…
exercises or activities that require short bursts of energy (…
muscle lengthening during movement or exercise
Aerobic
exercise or activities that last longer than 120 seconds and…
Skill Performance Components
classifications of movements used within various sport skills…
28 terms
Physical Education- Health and Fitness
Health
Physical Well- Being
Mental Well- Being
Social Well- Being
Complete state of physical, mental and social well-being and…
Our heart and lungs work efficiently and effectively, our bod…
Able to cope with stress and tensions of life and relax, able…
Have company of other people to allow friendships to grow, fe…
Health
Complete state of physical, mental and social well-being and…
Physical Well- Being
Our heart and lungs work efficiently and effectively, our bod…
24 terms
Physical Education Fitness Terms
Ectomorph
Amenorrhea
Resting Metabolic Rate
Plyometric Training
A body shape characterized by a narrow chest, long torso, sol…
The absence of menstruation, commonly found in women with a v…
Number of calories expended to maintain the body during resti…
Exercises that enable a muscle to reach maximal force product…
Ectomorph
A body shape characterized by a narrow chest, long torso, sol…
Amenorrhea
The absence of menstruation, commonly found in women with a v…
25 terms
Physical Education Fitness Terms
Ectomorph
Amenorrhea
Resting Metabolic Rate
Plyometric Training
a body shape characterized by a narrow chest, narrow shoulder…
The absence of mestruation, comonly found
...
...
Ectomorph
a body shape characterized by a narrow chest, narrow shoulder…
Amenorrhea
The absence of mestruation, comonly found
8 terms
Physical Education- Fitness Components
Aerobic Capacity
Flexibility
Muscular Strength
Muscular Power
The ability to produce energy using oxygen, usually for an ex…
The ability of muscles, ligaments and tendons to stretch so t…
The force that a muscle or group of muscles can exert in a si…
The ability to use strength quickly to produce an explosive e…
Aerobic Capacity
The ability to produce energy using oxygen, usually for an ex…
Flexibility
The ability of muscles, ligaments and tendons to stretch so t…
28 terms
Physical education - Exercise and fitness
What is fitness?
What is health?
What is exercise?
What is cardiovascular fitness?
The ability to meet the demands of the environment
A state of compete mental , physical and social well being an…
A form of physical activity done primarily to improve health…
The ability to exercise the entire body for a long period of…
What is fitness?
The ability to meet the demands of the environment
What is health?
A state of compete mental , physical and social well being an…
24 terms
Physical Education Facts and Fitness
You must have passed _____________ to…
9th grade Health and Physical Educatio…
10th grade Health and Physical Educati…
9th grade and 10th Grade Health and Ph…
Both 9th and 10th grade Health and Physical Eduaction to grad…
1 Credit
1 Credit
Your grade point average
You must have passed _____________ to…
Both 9th and 10th grade Health and Physical Eduaction to grad…
9th grade Health and Physical Educatio…
1 Credit
50 terms
Physical Education - Fitness Unit
repetition
set
overload
progressive overload
the number of times an exercise is done in a set
a group of repetitions followed by rest
an extra physical demand placed on the body
adding more of an extra physical demand over time
repetition
the number of times an exercise is done in a set
set
a group of repetitions followed by rest
11 terms
Physical Education Components of Fitness
Health
Health
Health
Health
BMI
Cardiovascular
Muscular Strength
Muscular Endurance
Health
BMI
Health
Cardiovascular
13 terms
Health and Physical Education - Fitness
What is agility?
What is a sport that you need good agi…
What is Balance?
What is a sport that requires Balance?
The ability to change the position of the body quickly and wi…
Soccer, Rugby
The ability to retain the centre of mass above the base of su…
Gymnastics, Dance
What is agility?
The ability to change the position of the body quickly and wi…
What is a sport that you need good agi…
Soccer, Rugby
8 terms
Fitness-Physical education test
pulse rate
aerobic exercises
cool down
duration
number of heartbeats per minute
use oxygen
time body needs to recover from dress of an activity
amount of time each excercise requires
pulse rate
number of heartbeats per minute
aerobic exercises
use oxygen
11 terms
Physical Education Components of Fitness
Cardiovascular Endurance
Muscular Endurance
Muscular Strength
Flexabality
Health
Health
Health
Health
Cardiovascular Endurance
Health
Muscular Endurance
Health
10 terms
Physical Education - Components of Fitness
Agility
Muscular Endurance
Balance
Cardiovascular System
The ability to change and move direction quickly, whilst main…
The ability to repeat a movement for an extended period of time
The ability to stay level and stable
Ability of the heart and lungs to continuously supply oxygen…
Agility
The ability to change and move direction quickly, whilst main…
Muscular Endurance
The ability to repeat a movement for an extended period of time
27 terms
Physical Education Fitness test
Cardiovascular
Muscular Strength
Muscular endurance
Flexibilty
The ability to exercise your entire body for a long period of…
The amount of force your muscles can produce
The ability to use your muscles without tiring
The ability to use your joints fully through wide range of mo…
Cardiovascular
The ability to exercise your entire body for a long period of…
Muscular Strength
The amount of force your muscles can produce
47 terms
Physical Education, Fitness and Recreation
How do children learn about the world?
Sport, Fitness and Physical Education…
Whats the most popular recreational sp…
What age group is Master's athletics?
Their surroundings. Young children learn about their world ch…
Senior Citizens.
Softball
35-40. Master's athletics begins at age 35-40.
How do children learn about the world?
Their surroundings. Young children learn about their world ch…
Sport, Fitness and Physical Education…
Senior Citizens.
9 terms
Physical Education Components of Physical Fitness
Cardiovascular Endurance
Muscle Strength
Muscle Endurance
Flexibility
This refers to the ability of your heart and lungs to work to…
This refers to the amount of force a muscle can exert in a si…
This refers to the ability of a muscle to perform a continuou…
This refers to the ability of each joint to express its full…
Cardiovascular Endurance
This refers to the ability of your heart and lungs to work to…
Muscle Strength
This refers to the amount of force a muscle can exert in a si…
9 terms
Fine Arts: Physical Education/Fitness
Cardiovascular Fitness
Aerobic Exercise
Anaerobic Exercise
Muscle Strength
aerobic exercise
activity during which the amount of oxygen taken in is equal…
less oxygen than needs to maintain activity... ex: sprinting, s…
the ability to use your muscles over and over again without g…
Cardiovascular Fitness
aerobic exercise
Aerobic Exercise
activity during which the amount of oxygen taken in is equal…
10 terms
physical education skill related fitness
agility
agility
balance
balance
the ability to change the position of your body quickly and c…
the speed ladder is an example of what
the ability to keep an upright posture while standing still o…
balance disk is an example of what
agility
the ability to change the position of your body quickly and c…
agility
the speed ladder is an example of what
10 terms
physical education health related fitness
cardiovascular endurance
cardiovascular endurance
muscular endurance
muscular endurance
the ability of the heart, blood vessels, and respitory to sup…
swimming, walking, running, biking, or dancing are examples o…
the ability to use muscles for a long period of time
lunges of 2 sets 10 reps is an example of what
cardiovascular endurance
the ability of the heart, blood vessels, and respitory to sup…
cardiovascular endurance
swimming, walking, running, biking, or dancing are examples o…
38 terms
Physical Education Fitness Study Guide
components of health related fitness
components of skill related fitness
body composition
cardiorespiratory endurance
flexibility, body composition, cardiorespiratory endurance, m…
agility, balance, coordination, speed, reaction time, and power
the combination of fat mass and fat-free mass, including fat,…
the ability of the heart, blood, blood vessels and lungs to s…
components of health related fitness
flexibility, body composition, cardiorespiratory endurance, m…
components of skill related fitness
agility, balance, coordination, speed, reaction time, and power
11 terms
Fitness Study Guide Physical Education
fitness
aerobic capacity
aerobic
muscle strength
to be able to engage in physical activities of a reasonably v…
cardiovascular fitness; the ability of your heart, lungs, and…
with oxygen
how much work your muscles can do, how strong they are
fitness
to be able to engage in physical activities of a reasonably v…
aerobic capacity
cardiovascular fitness; the ability of your heart, lungs, and…
16 terms
AS Physical Education - Aspects of fitness
Cardio-respiratory Endurance
Strength
Muscular endurance
Flexibility
The ability of the heart and lungs to provide the working mus…
The maximal force that a muscle can exert as it contracts.
The ability of a muscle or group of muscles to perform repeat…
The range of movement possible at a joint. It helps performer…
Cardio-respiratory Endurance
The ability of the heart and lungs to provide the working mus…
Strength
The maximal force that a muscle can exert as it contracts.
38 terms
Physical Education Fitness Study Guide
components of health related fitness
components of skill related fitness
body composition
cardiorespiratory endurance
flexibility, body composition, cardiorespiratory endurance, m…
agility, balance, coordination, speed, reaction time, and power
the combination of fat mass and fat-free mass, including fat,…
the ability of the heart, blood, blood vessels and lungs to s…
components of health related fitness
flexibility, body composition, cardiorespiratory endurance, m…
components of skill related fitness
agility, balance, coordination, speed, reaction time, and power
Physical Education Fitness Exam 2016
(5 Components of Health-Related Fitnes…
(5 Components of Health-Related Fitnes…
(5 Components of Health-Related Fitnes…
(5 Components of Health-Related Fitnes…
The combination of fat mass and fat -free mass, including fat…
The ability of the heart, blood, blood vessels and lungs to s…
The muscles' ability to move a joint through a full range of…
The ability of the muscles to repeat a movement many times or…
(5 Components of Health-Related Fitnes…
The combination of fat mass and fat -free mass, including fat…
(5 Components of Health-Related Fitnes…
The ability of the heart, blood, blood vessels and lungs to s…
10 terms
Physical Education - Fitness - Unit 2
Increase
Decrease
Energy
Energy Expenditure
To make greater, as in number, size, strength, or quality
To diminish, reduce or lessen in extent, quantity, strength,…
The capacity for vigorous activity; available power
the amount of calories/fuel used up
Increase
To make greater, as in number, size, strength, or quality
Decrease
To diminish, reduce or lessen in extent, quantity, strength,…
16 terms
Physical Education - Skill related fitness
Agility
What activities is agility used for?
Balance
Static
The ability to change direction and move quickly
Fencing and Squash
The ability to retain the centre of mass over the base of sup…
Standing on one leg
Agility
The ability to change direction and move quickly
What activities is agility used for?
Fencing and Squash
15 terms
AQA GCSE Physical Education - Fitness
Strength
Dynamic Strength
Explosive Strength
Static Strength
The maximum force that can be developed within a muscle group…
The strength an individual needs to sustain their own body we…
Muscular strength used in one short, sharp movement, e.g. A l…
The greatest amount of strength that can be applied to an imm…
Strength
The maximum force that can be developed within a muscle group…
Dynamic Strength
The strength an individual needs to sustain their own body we…
17 terms
Physical Education: FITT and Fitness Components
F
I
T
T2
frequency (how often you are exercising)
intensity (how hard you are exercising)
time (how long you are exercising)
type (what specific/kind of exercise)
F
frequency (how often you are exercising)
I
intensity (how hard you are exercising)
10 terms
100% Curriculum Health Advanced (Physical Education and Fitness)
aerobic activity
diet
exercise
fitness
energetic exercise designed to strengthen your heart
what you eat; a selected eating plan
physical activity that you do to stay healthy
the state of being healthy
aerobic activity
energetic exercise designed to strengthen your heart
diet
what you eat; a selected eating plan
23 terms
Physical Education - Fitness training methods
Fitness training methods
An example of a FTM
Continuous training
What is the simplest FTM?
Using methods to improve different types of fitness
Stretching which improve flexibility
Training with no rest or recovery time
Continuous training
Fitness training methods
Using methods to improve different types of fitness
An example of a FTM
Stretching which improve flexibility
170 terms
Physical Education: Defining Physical Fitness Vocab
Aerobic
Aerobic Exercises
Anaerobic
Anaerobic Exercises
means with oxygen; in normal situations your muscles use ener…
a moderate form of exercise that is sustained over an extende…
(without oxygen) as your muscles work faster and harder, they…
a form of exercise that involves short, intense bursts of ene…
Aerobic
means with oxygen; in normal situations your muscles use ener…
Aerobic Exercises
a moderate form of exercise that is sustained over an extende…
12 terms
Physical Education: 11 Parts of Physical Fitness
Cardiorespiratory endurance
Strength
Muscle endurance
Flexibility
The ability to exercise you entire body for a long time witho…
The amount of force your muscles can produce
The ability to use your muscles many times without tiring
The ability to use your joints fully through a wide range of…
Cardiorespiratory endurance
The ability to exercise you entire body for a long time witho…
Strength
The amount of force your muscles can produce
71 terms
FTCE Physical Education K-12: Health, Wellness and Physical Fitness
Skeletal System
Integumentary System
Muscular System
Immune System
system provides the body's structural framework of bones to s…
includes the hair, nails, and especially skin, which is the b…
maintains body posture, creates body movements with the suppo…
composed of parts of many other systems, including parts of t…
Skeletal System
system provides the body's structural framework of bones to s…
Integumentary System
includes the hair, nails, and especially skin, which is the b…
7 terms
Physical Education Chapter 12: Achieving Cardiorespiratory Fitness
Cardiorespiratory Fitness
Overload Principle
Progression Principle
Specificity Principle
The ability to perform large muscle, dynamic, moderate to hig…
Frequency- 3-5 sessions per week... Intensity- 60-85% of maximum…
Run longer distances ... Swim more laps ... Increase number of days…
Participate in activities that condition the heart, circulato…
Cardiorespiratory Fitness
The ability to perform large muscle, dynamic, moderate to hig…
Overload Principle
Frequency- 3-5 sessions per week... Intensity- 60-85% of maximum…
19 terms
Physical Education Chapter 6 (Developing Muscular Fitness)
benefits of resistance training
disadvantages of resistance training
slow-twitch fibers
fast-twitch fibers
- weight control... - weight gain; increase in lean muscle... - app…
- does not develop cardiorespiratory endurance... - possibility…
- high aerobic capacity with low power... - primarily for endura…
- anaerobic capacity... - primarily for short bursts of powerful…
benefits of resistance training
- weight control... - weight gain; increase in lean muscle... - app…
disadvantages of resistance training
- does not develop cardiorespiratory endurance... - possibility…
15 terms
Intro to Physical Education Fitness Final Exam
Health-related physical fitness
Skill-related physical fitness
Strength
Short-term goal
Parts of physical fitness that help a person stay healthy;... in…
Parts of fitness that help a person perform well in sports an…
Maximal amount of force your muscles can produce.
Goal that can be reached in a short time, such as a few days…
Health-related physical fitness
Parts of physical fitness that help a person stay healthy;... in…
Skill-related physical fitness
Parts of fitness that help a person perform well in sports an…
29 terms
Fitness education / physical activity and risk stratification
physical activity
exercise
physicalfitness
health fitness components
Any movement carried out by skeletal muscles that requires en…
A form of physical activity that involves planned structured…
The ability to respond to routine physical demands, with enou…
Cardiorespiratory Fitness... Muscular Strength... Muscular Enduranc…
physical activity
Any movement carried out by skeletal muscles that requires en…
exercise
A form of physical activity that involves planned structured…
7 terms
Physical Education Chapter 4 (Maximizing Cardiorespiratory Fitness)
benefits of cardiorespiratory fitness
body composition/physical appearance b…
psychological benefits
FITT Prescription (4 factors)
- lower resting heart rate... - increased rest of heart between…
- reduced body fat percentage... - increased lean body mass... - fi…
- enhanced sense of well-being... - increased sense of self-disc…
- frequency: 3-5 times a week... - intensity: 60-80% heart rate…
benefits of cardiorespiratory fitness
- lower resting heart rate... - increased rest of heart between…
body composition/physical appearance b…
- reduced body fat percentage... - increased lean body mass... - fi…
Sports and Fitness Physical Education Study Guide
How many quarters are in a basketball…
How many players are on the basketball…
What is the method of putting the ball…
What is the name of the unguarded shot…
4
5
Jump Ball
Free Throw
How many quarters are in a basketball…
4
How many players are on the basketball…
5
26 terms
Intro to Physical Education, Fitness & Sport Exam 2
Blood Pressure Scale
Social Gradient
Main concepts from Fresh Video
Percentage of Americans who believe re…
Optimal Blood Pressure = Below 120/80
People with a given income are healthier than people with les…
Monoculture - One crop dominates the land... Function of Monocul…
90% of Americans believe that eating well will lead to a heal…
Blood Pressure Scale
Optimal Blood Pressure = Below 120/80
Social Gradient
People with a given income are healthier than people with les…
10 terms
Physical Education- Fitness training methods and principles
Specificity
Intensity
Duration
Overload
Soreness can indicate a lack of specificity in training. ... Tr…
Refers to the level of exertion applied during training-simpl…
This can refer to:... The length of a training program. ... The len…
But simply, this means placing the body under new stress afte…
Specificity
Soreness can indicate a lack of specificity in training. ... Tr…
Intensity
Refers to the level of exertion applied during training-simpl…
32 terms
Health & Fitness Test (Physical Education 9- ISM)
Obesity
Life Threatening Complications of Obes…
Overweight
Resting Heart Rate of Physically Fit P…
grossly overweight
Diabetes and Coronary Heart Disease
too much muscle mass like professional athletes, fat is just…
50bpm
Obesity
grossly overweight
Life Threatening Complications of Obes…
Diabetes and Coronary Heart Disease
22 terms
Physical education Fitness training methods and principals.
Specificity
Intensity
Duration
Overload
Training should replicate energy systems, fitness components…
The level of exertion applied during the work phase of a trai…
The length of the training session, program or exercise bout.…
Must be applied progressively to ensure continual improvement…
Specificity
Training should replicate energy systems, fitness components…
Intensity
The level of exertion applied during the work phase of a trai…
14 terms
Physical Education - Fitness Test procedure and results
Standard procedure
Why is the same standard procedure use…
Measurements
Why should you put results in a table?
A set of instructions on how to do a fitness test
So the results can be compared
Be accurate when measuring and recording your results
To keep data organised
Standard procedure
A set of instructions on how to do a fitness test
Why is the same standard procedure use…
So the results can be compared
17 terms
Physical Education Fitness Test (FITT Principle)
Frequency
Intensity
Time
Type
How often you work each area of fitness.
How hard you work in each area of fitness.
How long you spend in each area of fitness.
Method you use to work out in each area of fitness.
Frequency
How often you work each area of fitness.
Intensity
How hard you work in each area of fitness.
15 terms
AQA AS Physical Education - Components Of Fitness
Agility
Balance
Coordination
Reaction Time
The ability to change direction quickly and efficiently... e.g.…
-Maintaining/keeping stable at equilibrium... -Centre of gravity…
The ability to link together individual parts to a movement e…
Time taken for the body to react to an external stimulus... e.g.…
Agility
The ability to change direction quickly and efficiently... e.g.…
Balance
-Maintaining/keeping stable at equilibrium... -Centre of gravity…
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