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Dimensions of health (SPECS)

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Social - Spending time with friends, communities and family regularly

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Physical - completing physical activities and workouts

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Emotional - doing stuff that makes you happy

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Cognitive - function of the brain rather a person's mood, using brain

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Spiritual - purpose of something, important things in the world.

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Define health: Health including all aspects of physical and mental health.

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Aerobic = oxygen

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Anaerobic = no oxygen working hard

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Health and skill related components of fitness

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Health related : Linked to personal health, lifestyle and illness preventions

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E.g cardiovascular endurance: the ability of the heart and lungs to work effectively for extended periods of time (running).

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Component

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Definition

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Example of fitnesses activity

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Cardiovascular endurance

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The ability of the heart and lungs to work efficiently for extended periods of time.

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The ability to keep going not getting fatigue

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Running (cross country)

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Muscular strength

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(going to maximum force)

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The ability of the body to exert in one maximal effort

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Weight lifting

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Muscular endurance

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The ability of the muscles to repeatedly contract for extended periods of time

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Swimming

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Sit up test

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Flexibility

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The range of movement at particular joint or joints

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Gymnastics

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Body composition

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The percentage of fat, bone, water and muscle in the body

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Planks

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Skill related: Linked to skills that are required for specific sports/activities

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E.g Power: A combination of strength and speed (explosive movements (high jump sprinter))

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Component

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Definition

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Example of physical activity

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Power

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A combination of strength and speed

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Explosive movements (of force (strength x speed )

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Javelin

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High jump

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Sprinter

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Speed

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The differential rate at which an individual is able to perform a movement or cover a distance in a period of time

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How fast

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Sprinter

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20 metre sprint

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Agility

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The skill of changing the direction with speed

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Netball ( changing directions e.g from c to wa)

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Coordination

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The ability to use two or more body parts together

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Hand and eye coordination

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Afl

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Tennis

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Ball toss

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Balance

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Static balance is maintaining equilibrium while stationary and dynamic balance

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Surfing

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Stork stand

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Reaction time

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The time taken to acknowledge and respond to stimuli appropriately

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Sprinter

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Fitness testing

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Validablity: the test measure what it intends to measure e.g the yo yo test os a valid test for cardiorespiratory endurance , it in not valid for speed

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Reliability: the degree to which a test is consistent and stable in meaning what it intends to do. Research would be considered ‘reliable’ if you could repeat the process and get the similar results e.g performing the beep test inside each time it is completed

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Test

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Health or skill related component of fitness

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Yo yo test

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Speed

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Agility

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Reaction time (when the beep’s start)

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Cardiovascular endurance

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20m sprint

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Speed

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Power

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Cardiovascular endurance

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Vertical jump

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Power

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Balance

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Body composition

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