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Healthy, Active lifestyles
Q. What is a PAR-Q?
A. Physical Activity Readiness
Questionnaire
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Q. What are the 7 tests that can measure
skilled related fitness?
A. Illinois run, Standing stork test,
sergeant jump test, standing broad jump,
ruler drop test, 30m sprint, 3 ball juggle
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Q. What are the 4 tests that can
Measure health related exercise?
A. Cooper run, Hand grip test, Sit and
reach test, Harvard step test.
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Q. Can you state what the ‘cooper run’
measures and what you have to do?
A. Cardiovascular fitness & muscular
endurance
B. 12 Minute Run
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Q. Can you state what the ‘Hand Grip
test’ measures and what you have to do?
Q. Can you state what the ‘Sit and reach
test’ measures and what you have to do?
A. Muscular strength in the hand
B. Squeeze the dynamometer as tightly
as possible 3 times.
A. Flexibility of the hamstrings
B. Legs must be straight and measure
how far past the toes you can reach
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Q. Can you state what the ‘Harvard step
test’ measures and what you have to do?
A. Cardiovascular endurance and
muscular endurance
B. Step on and off a bench every 2
seconds for 5 minutes
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Q. Can you state what the ‘Illinois run’
measures and what you have to do?
A. Agility
B. Run around a course and change
direction as quickly as possible
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Q. Can you state what the ‘Standing Stork
test’ Measures and what you have to do?
Q. Can you state what the ‘Sergeant jump
test’ Measures and what you have to do?
A. Balance (Static)
B. Stand in a specific position for as long
as possible.
A. Leg power
B. Touch the wall at highest point of the
jump
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Q. Can you state what the ‘Standing
broad jump test’ Measures and what you
have to do?
A. Power
B. 3 attempts to jump as far past your
height as possible
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Q. Can you state what the ‘Ruler jump
test’ Measures and what you have to do?
A. Reaction Time
B. Catch the ruler between finger and
thumb as quick as possible.
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Q. Can you state what the ’30m sprint’
measures and what you have to do?
A. Speed
B. Run as fast as possible to the finish
line
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Q. What skill related components would
be best suited to a Striker in football?
A. Speed/ Agility/ Balance /
Co- ordination.
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Q. Can you state what the ‘Three ball
Juggle test’ measures and what you have
to do?
A. Coordination
B. Juggle as long as you can before
dropping a ball.
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Q. What skill related components would
be best suited to a Sprinter?
A. Speed/ Power/ Reaction Time
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Q. Can you name the 6 components
Of skilled related fitness?
A. Agility, Balance, Coordination,
Power, Reaction time, speed.
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Q. Can you define ‘Balance’ and give
An example of what athlete may need
this component?
A. The ability to retain the centre of
mass of the body above the base of
support.
B. Archery (static) Basketball (dynamic)
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Q. Can you define ‘Agility’ and give
An example of what athlete may need
this component?
A. The ability to change the position of
the body quickly and to control the
movement of the whole body
B. Gymnast, Rugby player
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Q. Can you define ‘coordination’ and give
An example of what athlete may need
this component?
A. The ability to use two or more body
parts together
B. Tennis (hand eye) Football (Foot eye)
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Q. Can you define ‘Power’ and give
An example of what athlete may need this
component?
A. The ability to undertake strength
performances quickly. Power = strength
x speed
B. Sprinters, Athletics – Throwers, jumpers
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Q. Can you define ‘Speed’ and give
An example of what athlete may need
this component?
A. The differential rate at which an
individual is able to perform a movement
or cover a distance in a period of time.
B. Runner, boxer
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Q. Can you define ‘Reaction Time’ and
give an example of what athlete may
need this component?
A. The Time between the presentation
of a stimulus and the onset of
movement.
B. Sprinter, badminton
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Q. Can you explain how the skills can
Relate to each other?
A. In football coordination to dribble the
ball, speed is needed to get the ball,
strength to hold off an opponent and
power to get a hard shot at goal.

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