Components of Fitness

Nakhyla Ligonde'

Cardiovascular Endurance

The ability of the circulatory system (heart and blood vessels) to supply oxygen to working muscles during exercise. I chose this picture because the woman in the picture is lifting a weight and exercising her muscles.

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Muscular Strength

The maximum amount of force that a muscle can exert against some form of resistance . I chose this picture because the person is using his strength to lift the weight.
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Muscular Endurance

The ability of a muscle to sustain repeated contractions against a resistance for a long time. I chose this picture because the person is cycling on the bike repeatedly.
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Flexibility

The motion of joints to move freely. I chose this picture because the woman is able to move her joints freely to be in the position she's in .
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Body Composition

The proportion of fat-free mass in the body. I chose this picture because it shows what makes up a persons body composition.
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Speed

The rapidity in moving . I chose this picture because the person is running at a high speed.
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Agility

To move your body fast and easily at the same time. I chose this picture because the exercise is being done in a rapid movement but the objective is to place your feet inside and outside of the ladder .
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Balance

To stay in a steady position . I chose this picture because the woman is holding a very hard position .
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Coordination

To be able to move and use your body effectively and multiple people or things working well together. I chose this picture because the football players have to coordinate with their feet to stay in the net .
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Reaction Time

Reaction time is the amount of time it takes to respond to a stimulus. I chose this picture because the runners are taking time to run a race .
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Power

Power in sports is the ability to exert maximum. I chose this picture because they are using all their strength to lift the weight.
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