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Fitness Components

Physical Education Unit 4

TermDefinition
Aerobic Power The maximum rate of energy production from the aerobic system
Body Composition The proportions of bone, muscle and fat within the body
Flexibility The capacity of a joint to move through its full range of motion. Two types: static and dynamic
Muscular Strength The maximal force that can be generated by a muscle or muscle group in one maximal effort.
Muscular Endurance The ability of a muscle or muscle group to perform repeated actions (isoinertial or isokinetic) or to maintain an isometric action for an extended period of time.
Agility A rapid, whole body movement with change in velocity to direction in response to a stimulus
Anaerobic Power The maximum rate of energy production from the anaerobic systems
Balance The ability to control the body's equilibrium while stationary or moving
Coordination Control of body parts to complete a sequence of movements
Muscular Power The ability to exert a force rapidly, over a short period of time
Reaction Time The time it takes the body to react to an external stimulus
Speed The rate of motion
Anaerobic Capacity Total amount of work that can be done by the anaerobic systems
Created by: sachi.p_