Skeletal maturity affects boys and girls differently when it comes to their ability to perform motor skills. Boys who are more skeletal mature tend to have the ability to perform motor skills better, while for girls it tends to play less of a factor with the ability of their motor skills (Pangrazi & Beighle 2010). The two children I picked from figure 2.6 were the heavier girl on the end and the taller more muscular girl second from the other end. The heavier girl may have a hard time keeping up with the running back and forth of a game of soccer. She may also have a hard time keeping up with the speed of some of the other children.
Also the string tension, which is basically almost the same idea. the tighter the strings are, is the less power you will have but the more over-all controll that you get. thats why when u buy a tennis racket, you need to get the right measurements based on depending wether u are a beginner or not. so the next thing is once u have a tennis racket is why do you want to play tennis, why is tennis a good sport? first of all, there is a lot of running in tennis, more than other sports because your feet are always moving and you end up running a lot.
Sometimes sport can be a dangerous sport because player tackling to try to win the ball and there are a lot of injuries such as ankle sprains, concussion, groin pull and muscle cramps. This argument overlooks is the harmful side of soccer, but some injuries might not be happening due to you being healthy and fit. Soccer is one of the best ways to be fit and healthy because soccer requires a lot of running, making your muscle stronger to prevent injuries and increase your endurance to available to play full a whole
It helps anyone who wants to build muscle endurance, increase lean body mass, boost strength, and increase anaerobic performance. Creatine helps your cells retain water, which is good for performance. This can, however, give you a higher body weight; this is why fighters and other weight-class athletes may need to cycle off creatine from time to time. Creatine is safe for teenagers and it's also effective. Research suggests that creatine improves strength and performance in teenagers who were already in shape and highly-trained for their sport.
In Tennis, you require certain components of fitness, let's take a closer look: You require Cardiovascular Endurance. Cardiovascular Endurance is (cardio) heart, (vascular) lungs, (endurance) how long you can last. There is also stamina which is being able to keep maximum effort of the cardiovascular system. These are required because you need to keep going throughout the entire game and so that you don’t tire quickly. Another component would be dynamic strength which is repeating a movement using muscular force.
S.M.A.R.T S-Specific Description: Specific fitness is a task-oriented fitness programme designed to meet the requirements of a particular activity, occupation or sport. It mostly applies to athletes who play a particular sport because the awareness of specific fitness that can help them excel in their fields by directly connecting their workouts to the performance in their sports. Specific fitness can be detrimental when a person becomes too focused on it at the expense of overall fitness. M-Measurable Description: By doing each exercise, you must be able to measure it, how much have you done, etc how far did you run, or how long did you jump. By measuring these exercises you will be able to see your progression, this will help you beat your own best score in a time, helps to progress extremely, only by doing it regularly and with full give away.
Subject A Skeletal system With the life style of subject A having no meaningful exercise since leaving school at 18, because of this the effect on the skeletal system would mean that their bones would become more fragile and weak. Also because of the lack of exercise there would be loss of bone density and this may give them a risk of osteoporosis, this is a disease of the bone. It means their bones become weak and are more likely to break. Even when running or walking these would put force through the bones like the tibia and the femur, the body will respond by laying down more cartilage and calcium in the bone to strength them but if they put too much force on the bones when you have not done any real exercise since they left school there would be a higher risk that the bones would break more. Subject B skeletal system Comparing the life style to subject A subject B would have a less of a chance of bones breaking and because of the life style of subject B and of all the exercise that they do subject B’s bone density will increase and this would keep happening when continuing exercise regularly.
Paola Buitrago COM 363 10am Dr. Cumings March 11, 2014 Mental Toughness Training for Volleyball: Mike Voight This book is basically an explanation about volleyball in the mental aspects rather than the physical aspects. Mental toughness is crucial in excelling athletic performance. When an athlete is mentally unstable it does not matter how fast or how strong he or she is physically is, when your nerves make the best of you everything in your game will go wrong. There are four sections in this book: Components of Toughness, Barriers and Breakdowns to Performance Excellence, Training Strategies for Automatic Execution, Training and Coaching Effectiveness. Each of these sections are divided into chapters which become more specific topics about the main topic presented in each section.
In order to do these many things cheerleaders must be in shape. This means they have to do a great deal of conditioning. If cheerleaders don't have strong cores then they won't have good jumps. Also if bases don't have good strength in their arms and legs then stunts won't go up. Lastly if cheerleaders didn't have good endurance then they wouldn't be able to finish a good full out
Lastly, the hypothalamus regulates changes inside the body during exercise. In conclusion, there are many factors involved with exercise and motivation. Intrinsic and extrinsic motivation encourage a person to want to exercise either by internal or external reinforcers. A person’s heredity and environment also play a role in the motivation to exercise. The largest factors that most people do not consider are the amazing split second actions that different parts of our brain perform so that we are able to