CSET Subtest 3: P.E

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CSET Subtest 3: P.E
2012-05-24 01:57:43
CSET Subtest Physical Education

CSET Subtest 3: P.E
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  1. Fitnessgram
    Test aerobic capacity, body composition, and muscular fitness
  2. Components of Physical Fitness
    • Muscular Strength
    • Endurance
    • Flexibility
    • Body Composition
    • Cardio-Respiratory (aerobic)
  3. Measurable Elements of Health Related Fitness
    • Cardio-Respiratory Endurance
    • Body Composition
    • Muskuloskeletal fitness
  4. Gravity
    • Center of human body is center of gravity
    • The point around the mass of the body is equally distributed
    • The body has a balanced base of support and is affected by height, position, and changing movements
    • During movement, the body adjusts to maintain stablity
  5. Quality
    speed, contrast, force, and relaxation
  6. Exploring
    Moving over, under, around, and through, and leading with certain body parts
  7. Balance
    Concepts of balance in the body
  8. Motion
    • Newton's law of motion applies to all movement
    • In Biomechanics, the awareness of body movements can be associated w/ velocity, acceleration, and force.
    • The force of energy in the body causes change in physical motion.
  9. Muscular
    • Abdominals
    • Biceps
    • Deltoids
    • Gastronomies
    • Gluteus Maximus
    • Hamstring
    • Quadriceps
    • Triceps
  10. Skeletal
    • Cranium
    • Clavicle
    • Femur
    • Humerus
    • Patella
    • Scapula
    • Sternum
    • Tibia
    • Ulna/Radius
  11. Locomotor Skills
    Used to move the body from one place to another (ex. walking, jumping, sliding, galloping, skipping)
  12. Animal movements
    Simplest, easiest
  13. Gross Motor
    involve the whole body
  14. Structured Movement Activity
    Specific, quantifiable skills, "correctedness"
  15. Static Balance
    Stationary activity
  16. Isometric Exercise
    Producing strength in one muscle in a short period of time
  17. Individual Stunts
  18. Shape
    How the body can form different shapes
  19. Proprioception
    • Body awareness
    • How the body sense the parts of itself (hands, feet, legs, and arms)
  20. Western Europe
    Tennis, marathon running, lawn bowling
  21. Nonlocomotor Skills
    Stretching, twisting, pulling
  22. Basic Concepts of Biomechanics
    Prediction of the mechanical characteristics of movement
  23. Object Manipulation Skills
    • Throwing
    • Catching
    • Kicking
    • Striking
  24. United States
  25. Isotonic Exercise
    Involves weights
  26. Formula to calculate heart rate
    220 - your age x 70% = heart rate
  27. Aerobic Capacity
    • Fitnessgram
    • One mile run/walk
  28. Space
    Sharing space with others
  29. Newton's First Law
    When object is in motion, it will remain in motion until there is an outside force that acts upon it
  30. Intensity
    How difficult activity might be
  31. Type
    Type of activty
  32. Frequency
    Number of session it takes to achieve desired results
  33. Time
    • Duration of the activity dependent on intensity and type of activity
    • Min: 8-10 minutes
    • Ideal: 20 minutes during 1 hour activity
  34. Cardio-Respiratory (aerobic)
    Ability of the heart, blood vessels, and respiratory system to sustain work by delivering oxygen and nutrient to the tissues of the body over a period of time
  35. Friction
    Resistance of motion of two moving objects
  36. Triceps
    Underneath muscles of the upper arm
  37. Quadriceps
    Front muscles of the thigh
  38. Deltoid
    Should muscles
  39. Gluteus Maximus
    Butt muscles
  40. Hamstring
    Back thigh muscles
  41. Gastronomies
    Calf muscles
  42. Abdominals
    Stomach muscles
  43. Biceps
    Top muscles of the upper arm
  44. Sternum
    Breast bone
  45. Patella
    Knee cap
  46. Scapula
    Shoulder blade
  47. Humerus
    Upper arm bone
  48. Cranium
    Bones of the head
  49. Clavicle
    Collar bone
  50. Tibia
    Inner bone of lower leg
  51. Ulna/Radius
    Lower arm bones
  52. Femur
    Upper leg bone
  53. Flexibility
    Movement which joints and muscles move through a full range of motion
  54. Endurance
    Ability to sustain physical effort for long periods of time
  55. Newton's Third Law
    If one object exerts force on a 2nd object, the 2nd object exerts an equal force on the first object, but in the opposite direction
  56. Muscular Strength
    Amount of force exerted on muscles
  57. Muscular Fitness
    • Fitnessgram
    • Curl ups: Abdominal strength
    • Push ups: Upper body strength
    • Trunk lifts: Trunk extensor strength
    • Shoulder Stretches: flexibility
  58. Body Composition
    • Fitnessgram
    • Fat and BMI
  59. Newton's Second Law
    Relationship between an object's mass, acceleration, and applied force
  60. FITT Guidelines
    • Frequency
    • Intensity
    • Time
    • Type