Fitness Components for Life

By Jasmine Hardin

Cardiovascular Endurance

This is how long and well the circulatory system has the ability to support your body during physical exercise.
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Muscular Strength

this is the amount of power or force that each individual muscle can produce with a single motion.
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Muscular Endurance

This is somewhat similar the cardiovascular endurance. (especially since the heart is a muscle) It refers to how long an muscle can exert a certain amount of strength.
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Flexibility

This deals with how long, far, and wide ones muscular and skeletal structures will allow one to move.
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Body Composition

This the general amount (in percentage) of what your body is made of such and body fat, water composition, and others.
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Speed

Speed of course deals with how fast someone one or thing can make certain movements. Often judged by time and comparison to others doing the same movements.
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Agility

Agility and speed are somewhat connected but, agility deals with how fast your body can move in different directions.
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Balance

This deals with the action of keeping up a steady posture while moving o being still.
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Coordination

This is the ability to use different parts of the body together smoothly and efficiently.
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Reaction Time

The time required for a person to respond to a set out arrangement of movements.
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Power

The strength the body gives off by working muscles at a high pace.
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