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Physical Education

Health Related Fitness Components of physical fitness that contribute to how well the systems of the body operate
Physical Fitness Capacity of the whole body to function at optimum efficiency determined by the condition of the heart and circulatory, respiratory and muscular systems, degree of flexibility, and percentage of body fat.
Flexibility The range of movement possible at various joints.
Agility The ability to change the position of your body and to control the movement of your whole body.
Reaction Time The amount of time it takes to get moving once your senses signal need to move.
Balance The ability to keep an appropriate form, while either standing still or moving.
Coordination The integration of eye, hand, and foot movements.
Speed The ability to cover a distance in a short amount of time.
Static Stretching Slowly moving a muscle to its stretching point and hold for 15 seconds.
Ballistic Stretching Stretching that involves bobbing, bouncing, or jerking movements , which use the body's momentum.
Dynamic Stretching Type of stretching in which momentum and active muscular effort are used to stretch and the end position is not held. Walking lunges are an example.
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