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Components of fitness

Anaerobic capacity (speed) The ability to put body parts into motion quickly and sustain high intensity efforts.
Flexibility The range of motion at a joint which reflects muscles ligaments and tendons to stretch.
Muscular Endurance The ability of your muscles to produce small movements repeated over an extended period of time.
Agility The ability to change body positions and directions quickly.
Power The capacity to exert a force against resistance in a single effort.
Aerobic capacity (stamina) The capacity to keep performing task involving the whole body for an extended period of time using oxygen to produce energy.
Balance The ability to stay upright and in control of your body position while moving or stationary.
Muscular Strength The ability to use strength quickly to produce an explosive effort.
Co-ordination Being able to time movements so that you perform skills smoothly and accurately.
Body Composition The relative amount of muscle bone and fat tissue on an individual. It is assessed through a BMI test.
Created by: Ella.scopas