Chapter 12 – Skill related physical fitness

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Chapter 12 – Skill related physical fitness; training for athletics Skill or sport related physical fitness: o Power o Balance o Agility o Speed o Coordination o Reaction Time Aerobic vs. Anaerobic: o Many sports require a high “aerobic capacity.” Must be able to utilize O2 efficiently to convert fuel to energy. o Other sports require a high “anaerobic capacity;” short bursts of intense exercise without adequate O2. In anaerobic exercise your body must learn to resist the build up of lactic acid. 3 general types of sports: o Primarily aerobic Cross country, distance swimming, cycling o Primarily anaerobic Football, baseball, volleyball, golf, tennis. o Combo Basketball, soccer, track How do we train for such different sports? Cardiovascular: o One important tool is interval training. o Very flexible training system that involves high intensity activity, followed by a rest period, followed by more high intensity activity. Examples of interval training:
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course PE 100G taught by Professor Ratzlaff during the Spring '08 term at Tabor.

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