The core components of fitness: cardio-respiratory endurance demands
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The core components of fitness: cardio-respiratory endurance demands

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    Zachary B.
    US
    Zachary B.

    Cardio respitory endurance demands means what?

    Qasim G.
    PK
    Qasim G.

    its good for sports persons

    Rk S.
    IN
    Rk S.

    Cardio-respiratory endurance demands Cardio-respiratory endurance is possibly the single most important fitness component. To see if a sport uses this component, look closely at the sport to see how long the game goes for and the total distance covered by a player. For example many "on ball" players in the AFL cover between 15 and 20kms in a game that lasts for 2 hours. This is classic evidence of a high requirement for cardio-respiratory endurance. The heart rate of a player is also a good indication of whether there are high aerobic demands. If a player is working between 65-90 % of their maximum heart rate for most of a game you can be sure that cardio-respiratory endurance is indicated. Factors affecting cardio-respiratory endurance ability to deliver oxygen to the working muscles muscle fibre types efficiency of the circulatory system efficiency of the respiratory system age gender.

    Muhammad S.
    PK
    Muhammad S.

    Endurance is most useful component of fitness.

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