Fitness Components

Kristin McAlpine

Cardiovascular Endurance

Breath at a nice pace while using her arms turning the rope around her body and her legs are jumping.
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Muscular Strength

Use a certain amount of muscular strength (arm's) to swing the kettle bell while squatting and using her gluteus maximus muscular.
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Muscular Endurance

A muscular group works together to maintain a movement over a certain amount of time.
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Flexibility

"The range of movement possible at various joints."
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Body Composition

Body fat that is similar to lean body mass (water, bone, muscle).
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Speed

The capability to move in a straight line in a fast pace.
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Agility

Move your body in accelerated motion to achieve practice activity.
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Balance

The ability to preserve a posture or position will still in motion.
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Coordination

Integration with hand and feet movement while doing another exercise.
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Reaction Time

Before you begin an activity you will be in a position about to start until they give you a signal.
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Power

The ability to complete a activity in a explosive pace.
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