Cardio Respiratory Endurance
Is the capacity of the body to do continuous physical activity for an extended period of time. This is how well the heart; lungs and blood vessels supply oxygen and nutrients to your muscles. Cardio Respiratory endurance is also reffered to as stamina or aerobic fitness.
Muscular strength is the ability of a muscle or group of muscles to exert a force against a resistance in a single contraction. Strength is fundamental for all sports
Muscular endurance is the ability of a muscle to exert a force repeatedly over an extended period of time.
Flexibility is the capacity of a joint or joints to move through a full range of motions, or the ability to bend or stretch without hurting yourself.
Body Composition is the three basic structural componets that make up the body: Far, Muscle and bone. Body composition indicates the percentage of fat, muscle, and bone that make up your total body weight.
Power: Power is the ability to release maximum force very quickly. It is a combination of strength and speed to produce an explosive action.
Speed: Speed is the ability to perform a movement or cover a distance in a short period of time.
Agility: Agility is how well your body can quickly and effectively change directions while retaining balance. Agility requires rapid acceleration, turning, dodging and weaving.
Reaction Time: Reaction time refers to the time between receiving a signal to move and the start of the actual physical response.
Coordination: Coordination is the ability of the body’s sense, nervous system and muscles to perform specific movements smoothly and accurately.
Balance: Balance is the bodies ability to maintain equilibrium while stationary or in motion.
Cardio respiratory endurance : Power
Muscular strength : Speed
Muscular endurance : Agility
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