Fitness Components Yr 8 PE
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by Adrienne Shepard
| 14 Questions
Note from the author:
Fitness component - all mutliple choice questions

Component

Definition

Speed

The rate of motion

Agility

The ability to change direction rapidly and accurately.

Muscular endurance

The ability of a muscle or group of muscles to sustain repeated contractions against a resistance for an extended period of time.

Anaerobic capacity

The total amount of energy obtainable from the anaerobic energy systems (the combined capacity of the ATP-PCr system and anaerobic glycolysis system).

Muscular strength

The muscle’s ability to generate force against an object in one maximal effort.

Anaerobic power

The maximum amount of energy that can be generated by the anaerobic energy systems per unit of time. Rate of energy production anaerobically.

Muscular power

The ability of a muscle or muscle group to exert a

maximum amount of force in the shortest period of time.

Dynamic Flexibility

The capacity of a joint to move through its full range of motion and reflects the ability of the muscles and connective tissue to stretch.- Whilst moving

Static Flexibility

The capacity of a joint to move through its full range of motion and reflects the ability of the muscles and connective tissue to stretch.-

Body Composition

The makeup of lean body mass and fat mass in the body.

Coordination

The ability to link a series of muscular movements so they appear well controlled and efficiently executed

Balance

The ability to remain in a state of equilibrium while performing a task

Aerobic Capacity

The total amount of energy obtainable from the aerobic energy system (i.e. energy produced in the presence of oxygen).

Reaction Time

The time it takes the body to react to an external stimulus.


1
10 pts
The ability to change direction rapidly and accurately is
A Speed
B Muscular Power
C Agility
D Anaerobic Endurance
2
10 pts
The ability of a muscle or group of muscles to sustain repeated contractions against a resistance for an extended period of time is
A Muscular Strength
B Endurance
C Muscular Power
D Local Muscular Endurance
3
10 pts
The total amount of energy obtainable from the anaerobic energy systems (the combined capacity of the ATP-PCr system and anaerobic glycolysis system).
A Aerobic Power
B Aerobic Endurance
C Anaerobic Power
D Anaerobic Endurance
4
10 pts
The muscle’s ability to generate force against an object in one maximal effort.
A Muscular Force
B Local Muscular Strength
C Muscular Strength
D Muscular Power
5
10 pts
The maximum amount of energy that can be generated by the anaerobic energy systems per unit of time. Rate of energy production anaerobically.
A Muscular Power
B Local Muscular Endurance
C Anaerobic Endurance
D Anaerobic Power
6
10 pts
The ability of a muscle or muscle group to exert a maximum amount of force in the shortest period of time.
A Anaerobic Power
B Muscular Power
C Muscular Strength
D Local Muscular Endurance
7
10 pts
The capacity of a joint to move through its full range of motion and reflects the ability of the muscles and connective tissue to stretch.- Whilst moving
A Dynamic Flexibility
B Static Flexibility
C Local Muscular Endurance
D Agility
8
10 pts
The capacity of a joint to move through its full range of motion and reflects the ability of the muscles and connective tissue to stretch.-
A Muscular Plasticity
B Dynamic Flexibility
C Static PNF
D Static Flexibility
9
10 pts
The makeup of lean body mass and fat mass in the body.
A Body Image
B BMI
C Body Composition
D Sum of Skinfolds
10
10 pts
The ability to link a series of muscular movements so they appear well controlled and efficiently executed is
A Agility
B Coordination
C Skillful
D Uncoordination
11
10 pts
The total amount of energy obtainable from the aerobic energy system (i.e. energy produced in the presence of oxygen).
A Anaerobic Power
B Aerobic Endurance
C Anaerobic Endurance
D Aerobic Power
12
10 pts
The ability to remain in a state of equilibrium while performing a task is:
A Balance
B Coordination
C Core Strength
D Core Strength and Balance
13
10 pts
The rate of an athlete's motion is
A Anaerobic Power
B Anaerobic Speed
C Speed
D Agility
14
10 pts
Which of the following components are essential for a Gymnast to complete a vault.
A Muscular Power, Muscular Strength(Core) and LME
B LME, Muscular Strength (core) and Aerobic Capacity
C Muscular Power, Anaerobic Power and Muscular Strength (core)
D Aerobic Capacity, Muscular Power and Anaerobic Endurance
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