Move immediately to the next exercise. AIR ALERT III EXERCISES The Air Alert III exercises are identical to the Air Alert II exercises with the exception of a new exercise, Squat Hops™ (see below). See Air Alert II for instructions regarding the first 5 exercises. Be sure to follow all warm up and cool down instructions identified in the Air Alert II. SQUAT HOPS — NEW EXERCISE [pic] Step 1: For balance, hold a basketball or volleyball at chest level.
When shot is finished and athlete is landing they should land on the balls of their feet with feet shoulder width apart, knees slightly bent, and slightly bent over. B. Primary purpose of skill- The purpose of this skill is to get the ball in the basketball in your offensive hoop without the defense blocking your shot. C. Break movement down into phases- The basketball jump shot can be broken down into three phases; the first phase being the triple step phase, the second phase is the jumping phase, and the third phase being the landing phase. D. Classify the skill- The classification of the basketball jump shot is that it is not necessary to maintain erect posture because in both your triple threat position, and landing position slight trunk flexion is required.
There will be shown various fitness components, and loads of job related tests. There will be overall 6 fitness components, which will be reviewed, and compared to other Public services fitness tests. 6 components of fitness: 1) Muscle endurance. 2) Cardiovascular health 3) Flexibility 4) Speed 5) Strength 6) Balance.
Assessment Task #1- Lucia Lassman Indirect interceptive - Volleyball Block 1. Line up square with the net in front of the setter and in view of both hitters 2. Keep your hands up and light on your feet watching the setter and hitters for where you need to run 3. Jump up square with the hitter with your fingers spread out and rigid 4. Penetrate over the net and seal it off 5.
Calculate the mass of KCl required to prepare 250. mL of 0.250 M solution. 3. Calculate the volume of 0.30 M KCl solution that contains 6.00 g of KCl. 6.00 g x 1 mole x 1 L = 0.27 L 74.6 g 0.30 mol 4. Calculate the volume of 0.250 M H2SO4 that contains 0.250 g H2SO4.
Unit 6 (P3) Describe the methods of fitness training for the main components of fitness. Introduction. In this essay will be shown 6 components of fitness, they will be described, and evaluated. Essay would gather information about various types of fitness training. Fitness training methods description.
Afterward, go on immediately to the next exercise without rest. 7 Gorilla Swing 2 Sets: 1 Reps: Swing for three minutes Hold one light dumbbell with both hands, and stand as you did for the fi rst gorilla swing. Swing the dumbbell to one side with arms straight, but keep your head and torso facing forward (A). Swing the weight to the other side (B). Continue for three minutes, and then go immediately to the next exercise without rest.
The dependent variable was the time taken to complete the two trials. Computerised Stromberg Dexterity Test This was a brief version of the SDT, undertaken on a laptop computer using a mouse to drag and drop the coloured blocks into their correct positions. Instead of the 54 blocks in the SDT, the computerised version consisted of just 18 blocks, 6 of each colour. A practice trial was given to allow participants to orientate themselves with the task and to ensure that they had the necessary skills to use the mouse to drag and drop the blocks. The trial was then repeated and the response time recorded.
The next factor is called the Recall Schema. The Recall Schema happens as the motion of the shot is happening and the shooter starts processing the information. Information like how far do i need to shoot the ball and how much of an arc do I need to shoot the shot at. The Recall schema starts simple with the Initial Condition as it goes over the distance, condition of the court, and the condition of the player. Then it goes to the Response Specification as it goes to accurate detail like speed of shot and small details like spin of ball