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What does it mean to be fit?... How can I get in shape?... Will aerobic exercise get me fit?... Will Yoga get me in shape?... This can be some of the questions you probably have asked yourself once or twice. Fortunately for us, the National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE) have developed national standards for physical training to assist us in answering our concerns.
VITAL SIGNS TESTS:
BODY COMPOSITION TESTS:
PHYSICAL FITNESS TESTS:
We all have different physiques and different fitness goals. While some people want to lose weight and tone up their body, others exercise because their medical doctor recommended it to keep their blood pressure under control. Whatever our individual goals might be, whether we are athletes or not, the following physical components affect our quality of life and health, and it is essential to incorporate all of them into our fitness program.
HEALTH RELATED COMPONENTS
There are five primary components that are considered essential in improving physical health.
SKILL RELATED COMPONENTS
These are the basic components of any sport conditioning program. They are referred to as secondary components of fitness.
Speed: The ability to move quickly from one point to another in a straight line.
Skill Related Components:
Gentle Movements for: