This is an excerpt by canfitpro from Foundations of Professional Personal Coaching With DVD. The four primary components that are significant to enhanced physical health are the next! Cardiorespiratory capability is the capability of the body to take in oxygen, deliver it into the cells, and put it to use in the cellular level to make energy for physical work. This capacity includes aerobic endurance, aerobic strength, and aerobic power. Some of the long-term adaptations of cardiorespiratory training are: diminished resting heart rate, diminished risk of coronary artery disease, enhanced endurance, improved stroke volume and cardiac output. Muscular capacity pertains into the spectrum of muscular capability.
Including muscular endurancemuscular strengthand muscular power. Some of the long-term adaptations of enhancing muscular capacity are improved strength, improved muscular endurance, enhanced basal metabolic rate, enhanced joint strength, and overall posture. Flexibility is the selection of motion or amount of movement that a joint is capable of doing. Each joint has a different quantity of flexibility. Some of the long-term adaptations of enhanced versatility are diminished risk of harm, enhanced movement range, enhanced bodily motions, and improved posture. Body composition is the ratio of fat mass to mass. Some of the long-term adaptations of enhancing body composition are diminished risk of coronary disease, enhanced basal metabolic speed, enhanced bodily functioning, and enhanced BMI.
The secondary components of fitness are involved with all physical exercise and are needed for daily functioning. Athletes experience various degrees of success based upon how well these secondary physical fitness elements are developed. Even though the primary components of physical fitness are believed to be the most crucial, we shouldn’t ignore the secondary components due to their importance in that the completion of daily tasks. The secondary elements include the following. Balance is the capability to keep a particular body position in a stationary or dynamic situation. Coordination is the capability to use all human body parts together to produce fluidity and fluid motion.
Agility is the capability to change direction quickly. Reaction time is the time needed to respond to a specific stimulus. Speed is the capability to move rapidly. Speed is also called Power is the product of stamina and speed velocity. Power is the product of stamina and speed.