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Flexibility the ability to move a joint through its complete range of motion
stroke volume the volume of blood pumped from te left ventricle of the heart in one beat
VO2 Max the maximum amount of oxygen used in one min per kilogram of body weight
vital capacity the volume of air that can be moved in and out of the lungs in one breath
tital volume the volume of air inhaled or exhaled in one breath
heart rate numberof heart beats per min
heart beat one complete contraction of the heart
minute volume amount of air breathed in in one min
residual volume amount of air left after in our lungs after we breath out as hard as possible
respiratory rate number of breaths per min
systemic circulation movement of oxygenated blood from the heart to the rest of the body and the return of the deoxygenated blood to the heart
vital capacity maximum amount of air we exhale after inhaling deeply
total lung capacity vital capacity added to residual volume
inspiratory capacity the most you can breathe in after brething out normally
expiratory reserve volume is the most air you could force out after breathing out normally
SPORT principles specific, progression,overload,reversibilty,tedium
FITT principles frequency,intensity,time, type.
what is overload push yourself beyond the training threshold
fitness training fartlek,interval,weight,circuit,continuous,flexibility
fitness tests bleep test, illinois agility test,sit and reach,stork stand,sit-ups,100m sprint,20 minute run.
Cognitive Phase Being shown how to perform the skill, "giving it a go" and learning from trial and error
Associative Phase Learning by repetition and practising the skill; refining the skill
Autonomous Phase The skill becomes automatic for the player, and changes in the skill can be made on demand to suit the tactics of the game.
Created by: Tickle_Me