Kinesiology Chapter 3
Kinesiology Chapter 3 2270.0
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Chapter 3 Activity Experience Practice a skill free throws Train conditioning of the body weightroom Directly affects how well you can practice Observation Participate 4 Ways Physical Activity Sign Humanity Intelligent Plan Express Moral Reasoning Common Sense How well and clearly do you think FlexibleAdaptable Stay ve steps ahead how fast can you think on your feet Improve Your Performance Through Practice and Training Social Environment Parents foundation of importance of physical activity Peers Teachers and Coaches Personal Circumstances Geography Local Physical Activity Culture Economic Your economic status decides how active you are Personal Attributes self perception how you feel competency 3 Things Physically Active People Can Do gt ADL s at a high level gt leisure activities longer gt Deal With emergencies better 2 Types of Fitness Health Related Motor Performance Average PersonOlder People Muscular Strength Muscular Endurance Static Hold holding Wo moving Dynamic movementreps Cardio Flexibility Static Stretching Dynamic range of motion Isometric pushing against an immovable object Isotonic movement Sports Athletes Anaerobic It is used by athletes in nonendurance sports to promote strength speed and power and by bodybuilders to build muscle mass Sprints bursts Speed Agility Muscular Strength Muscular Endurance Static Hold holding Wo moving Dynamic movementreps Cardio Flexibility Static stretching Dynamic range of motion Isometric pushing against an immovable object Isotonic movement 3 Things You Can t Change About Someone Genetics Aging Gender healthy body fat percentage 1015 for men 1820 for women