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1 Chapter 9: Active Sports and Skill-Related Physical Fitness Lesson 9.1: Skills and Skill-Related Physical Fitness Self-Assessment 9: Assessing Skill- Related Physical Fitness

2 Lesson 9.1: Skills and Skill-Related Physical Fitness Lesson Objectives: Define physical skills and give examples. Explain how skill-related fitness abilities differ from physical skills. Identify and explain factors that affect skill-related fitness and skills. Discuss the importance of assessing personal skill- related fitness.

3 Question What is meant by the term skill-related physical fitness? Lesson 9.1: Skills and Skill-Related Physical Fitness

4 Answer Skill-related physical fitness refers to six different types of abilities. They provide the basis for learning –sports, –games, and –other physical activities. Lesson 9.1: Skills and Skill-Related Physical Fitness

5 Question What are the six components of skill-related physical fitness? Lesson 9.1: Skills and Skill-Related Physical Fitness

6 Answer Agility Balance Coordination Power Speed Reaction time Lesson 9.1: Skills and Skill-Related Physical Fitness

7 Question What is meant by the term agility? Lesson 9.1: Skills and Skill-Related Physical Fitness

8 Answer Agility is the ability to change the position of your body quickly. Many sports require high agility. Lesson 9.1: Skills and Skill-Related Physical Fitness

9 Question What is meant by the term balance? Lesson 9.1: Skills and Skill-Related Physical Fitness

10 Answer Balance is the ability to keep an upright posture while standing still or moving. Lesson 9.1: Skills and Skill-Related Physical Fitness

11 Question What is meant by the term coordination? Lesson 9.1: Skills and Skill-Related Physical Fitness

12 Answer Coordination is the ability to use your senses together with your body parts. It is how well you can move, react, and/or manipulate objects (catch, throw, pass, hit). Coordination involves the interaction of the sensory system (eyes and ears), the central nervous system, and the muscular system. Lesson 9.1: Skills and Skill-Related Physical Fitness

13 Question What is meant by the term power? Lesson 9.1: Skills and Skill-Related Physical Fitness

14 Answer Power is the ability to use your strength quickly. Power = strength + speed. Power is very important to sport performance. Lesson 9.1: Skills and Skill-Related Physical Fitness

15 Question What is meant by the term speed? Lesson 9.1: Skills and Skill-Related Physical Fitness

16 Answer Speed is the ability to move very quickly. Good leg speed allows you to run fast. Good arm speed allows you to throw a ball fast. Lesson 9.1: Skills and Skill-Related Physical Fitness

17 Question What is meant by the term reaction time? Lesson 9.1: Skills and Skill-Related Physical Fitness

18 Answer Reaction time is the amount of time it takes to react, once you realize the need to act. Lesson 9.1: Skills and Skill-Related Physical Fitness

19 Question What factors affect your skill-related physical fitness? Lesson 9.1: Skills and Skill-Related Physical Fitness

20 Answer Heredity –Each person has different physical traits inherited from his or her parents. –Some people are stronger, some people are more muscular, and some people are more powerful. Lesson 9.1: Skills and Skill-Related Physical Fitness

21 Answer (continued) Practice –Everyone can improve on all aspects of skill- related physical fitness. –All people, no matter how skillful, must continue to practice. Lesson 9.1: Skills and Skill-Related Physical Fitness

22 Question What are skills, and how do they relate to skill- related physical fitness? Lesson 9.1: Skills and Skill-Related Physical Fitness

23 Answer Skills are things like throwing, catching, batting, kicking, or bowling. People with good skill-related physical fitness have an easier time learning skills. Practice improves skills. Skill-related physical fitness is harder to change than health-related physical fitness. Lesson 9.1: Skills and Skill-Related Physical Fitness

24 Question What are examples of sports that require skill- related fitness and good skills? Lesson 9.1: Skills and Skill-Related Physical Fitness

25 Answer Track and field Baseball and softball Basketball Golf Rowing Lesson 9.1: Skills and Skill-Related Physical Fitness

26 Question What are examples of recreational activities that use skill-related fitness and require skills? Lesson 9.1: Skills and Skill-Related Physical Fitness

27 Answer Dance Martial arts Rock climbing Skateboarding Lesson 9.1: Skills and Skill-Related Physical Fitness

28 Question Why is it useful to self-assess your skill-related fitness? Lesson 9.1: Skills and Skill-Related Physical Fitness

29 Answer Assessment of your own skill-related fitness can help you choose lifetime activities you could enjoy (tennis, swimming, golf, etc.). Lesson 9.1: Skills and Skill-Related Physical Fitness

30 Question Why is learning specific skills important? Lesson 9.1: Skills and Skill-Related Physical Fitness

31 Answer Developing skills will give you a good foundation for activities you may want to do for a lifetime. These activities will keep you healthy and help you enjoy life. Practicing the skills of many activities when you are young is very important! Lesson 9.1: Skills and Skill-Related Physical Fitness

32 Question What is a skill-related fitness profile? Lesson 9.1: Skills and Skill-Related Physical Fitness

33 Answer This profile describes your areas of strength You take a self-assessment for each part of skill- related physical fitness. You can observe areas you did not do so well in. You can use the profile to find activities you will do well in.

34 Self-Assessment 9: Assessing Skill-Related Physical Fitness Question What self-assessments do you use for each part of skill-related physical fitness?

35 Answer Agility: side shuttle Balance: stick balance Coordination: wand juggling Power: standing long jump Reaction time: yardstick drop Speed: short sprint Self-Assessment 9: Assessing Skill-Related Physical Fitness


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