June 3rd Lesson

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June 3rd Lesson

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  1. Health-Related and Skill-related Fitness Components

    Slide 1 - Health-Related and Skill-related Fitness Components

    • Personal Fitness and Health
    • Ms. Crawford
  2. GO TO LIBGUIDE AND OPEN UP THE NOTES FOR TODAYS LESSON.

    Slide 2 - GO TO LIBGUIDE AND OPEN UP THE NOTES FOR TODAYS LESSON.

  3. 5 Health-Related fitness components

    Slide 3 - 5 Health-Related fitness components

    • Cardiorespiratory
    • Muscular Strength
    • Muscular Endurance
    • Flexibility
    • Body Composition
  4. 6 Skill-Related Fitness Components

    Slide 4 - 6 Skill-Related Fitness Components

    • Agility
    • Speed
    • Coordination
    • Balance
    • Reaction Time
    • Power
  5. Understanding the Difference

    Slide 5 - Understanding the Difference

    • Health-Related
    • Skill-Related
    • Cardiorespiratory
    • Agility
    • Muscular Strength
    • Speed
    • Muscular Endurance
    • Coordination
    • Body Composition
    • Balance
    • Flexibility
    • Reaction Time
    • Power
    • These components need to be at a healthy level to get the most out of your body. You are at optimal health when all 5 components are at a healthy range
    • These components are necessary skills needed to perform certain activities and sports. You will only be able to compete at a high level at certain activities if you have these skill components.
  6. Cardiorespiratory OR Cardiovascular

    Slide 6 - Cardiorespiratory OR Cardiovascular

    • Is the Ability of the heart(cardio) and Circulatory system(vascular) to supply oxygen to muscles for an extended period of time. Cardiovascular is also call cardiorespiratory(lungs) fitness.
  7. Muscular Strength

    Slide 7 - Muscular Strength

    • Refers to the maximum amount of force a muscle can exert against an opposing force.
  8. Muscular Endurance

    Slide 8 - Muscular Endurance

    • Refers to the ability of the muscle to work over an extended period of time without fatigue.
  9. Flexibility

    Slide 9 - Flexibility

    • Is the Ability to move a body part through a full range of motion at a joint.
  10. Body composition

    Slide 10 - Body composition

    • Is the ratio of body fat to lean body mass.
  11. Agility

    Slide 11 - Agility

    • Is the ability to change and control the direction and position of the body while maintaining a constant, rapid motion. Also known as the ability to change directions quickly and efficiently.
  12. Speed

    Slide 12 - Speed

    • Is the ability to move your body or parts of your body swiftly .
  13. Coordination

    Slide 13 - Coordination

    • Is the ability to use the senses together with body parts during movement.
  14. Reaction time

    Slide 14 - Reaction time

    • Is the ability to react or respond quickly to what you hear, see, or feel.
  15. balance

    Slide 15 - balance

    • Is the ability to control or stabilize the body when a person is standing still or moving.
  16. power

    Slide 16 - power

    • Is the ability to move the body parts swiftly while applying the maximum force of the muscles.
    • Which two definitions does that sound like?
  17. FLEXIBILITY

    Slide 17 - FLEXIBILITY

    • Tendon: Connects Muscle to Bone
    • Ligament: Connects Bone to Bone
    • Cartilage: Acts as a buffer between two bones
  18. STRETCHING

    Slide 18 - STRETCHING

    • Static: Most common form of stretching. Requires slowly stretching the muscle and joint to its farthest point without causing extreme pain and holding this position for 15–30 seconds.
    • Safety: Performing static stretches without properly warming up can cause injury. The safest time to perform static stretches is after cardiovascular or muscular activity, as part of the cool down.
  19. Dynamic: Involves taking a limb (shoulder, leg, hip, etc.) and moving it back and forth or side to side 8 to 15 times using gradual and controlled movement.

    Slide 19 - Dynamic: Involves taking a limb (shoulder, leg, hip, etc.) and moving it back and forth or side to side 8 to 15 times using gradual and controlled movement.

    • Safety: Generally safe, but movement must be controlled to avoid becoming ballistic. Dynamic stretches can be performed as part of a warm-up activity, but only after low intensity activity has increased body and muscle temperature. 
    • STRETCHING
  20. Benefits of warming up and Cooling down

    Slide 20 - Benefits of warming up and Cooling down

    • 1.Gradually Increases temperature of muscles
    • 2. Increases heart rate slowly
    • 3. Prevents blood from pooling after exercise which will reduce stiffness
    • 4. Decreases heart rate slowly
  21. MUSCULAR STRENGTH

    Slide 21 - MUSCULAR STRENGTH

    • REPS: (how many times you do the exercise before taking a break) 3 to 8
    • SETS: (How many times you repeat the Reps) 3 to 5
    • Resistance: HEAVEY WEIGHT
    • Hours between exercising the same muscle: 48
  22. MUSCULAR ENDURANCE

    Slide 22 - MUSCULAR ENDURANCE

    • REPS: 8 – 16
    • SETS: 1-3
    • Resistance: LOW WEIGHT (Often body weight is used for muscular endurance activities.)
    • HOURS BETWEEN EXERCISING THE SAME MUSCLE: 48 hours
  23. TRAINING PRINCIPLES

    Slide 23 - TRAINING PRINCIPLES

    • THESE ARE THE PRINCIPLES YOU APPLY ANYTIME YOU ARE TRAINING TO GET THE BEST RESULTS FROM YOUR TRAINING.
  24. TRAINING PRINCIPLES

    Slide 24 - TRAINING PRINCIPLES

    • F.I.T.T
    • F: Frequency (how often will you perform the activity or exercise)
    • I: Intensity (what will your reps, sets, resistance, or other factor that indicates intensity by)
    • T: Time (how long will you do it for or in some cases in what amount of time will you complete it)
    • T: Type ( What health or skill-related component is the training addressing)
  25. Training Principles

    Slide 25 - Training Principles

    • SPORT
    • S: Specificity (The exercise works that specific muscle or component you are attempting to improve)
    • P: Progression (You gradually make things more difficult)
    • O: Overload (You overload your muscles, meaning you challenge them further to improve strength)
    • R: Reversibility (if you don’t do it consistently you will lose what you have gained.)
    • T: Tedium (Mix it up to avoid boredom and you work other secondary muscles. )
  26. ASSESSMENT

    Slide 26 - ASSESSMENT

    • HEALTH AND SKILL-RELATED FITNESS VIDEO
    • Please go to the libguide to access the guidelines and grading rubric.
    • THIS ASSESSMENT IS DUE BY JUNE 5th AT MIDNIGHT.
  27. GUIDELINES

    Slide 27 - GUIDELINES

  28. WHICH COMPONENTS????

    Slide 28 - WHICH COMPONENTS????

  29. Rubric

    Slide 29 - Rubric

  30. PROGRAMS

    Slide 30 - PROGRAMS

    • You may either use Movie Maker or IMOVIE to create this video.
    • Once you have completed the video you can either upload it to your health and skill related fitness folder in One Drive OR you can upload it to YouTube and email me the link.
    • There are plenty of tutorials on Movie Maker and IMOVIE online if you need some added Tech Support.
  31. TIPS

    Slide 31 - TIPS

    • Take all videos and then upload them onto your computer.
    • Find the music you want to use and upload it to your computer.
    • Once you have all the videos and music on your computer then it is just a matter of creatively putting it all together on which ever video software you decide to use.