Acondicionamiento físico general

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ACTIVIDAD FÍSICA I

ACONDICIONAMIENTO FÍSICO GENERAL.
CAPACIDADES FÍSICAS DEL INDIVIDUO.
T.F. HÉCTOR MIGUEL HURTADO MÉNDEZ. LIC. CARLOS IBARRA ANGULO.
Universidad Autónoma del Estado de HidalgoEscuela Preparatoria Número Cuatro

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• Physical education is an effective instrument of pedagogy, as helping to develop the basic qualities of man as a bio-psycho-social. Contributes to theeducational activities with its scientific and interdisciplinary links then relying on the philosophy, psychology, biology, etc.. One of the objectives of physical education is to plan and carry outactivities that allow students to meet their own needs for movement, after assessing the state of their physical and motor skills, both basic and specific. Defining physical and calcification Thebasic physical skills, also called basic physical qualities, we can define them as dispositions or characters (possibilities, that the individual possesses characteristics) innate in the individualsusceptible to measurement and improvement, allowing movement and postural tone. Rating: Within the basic physical skills and qualities we can make the following classification: • motor skills: endurance,strength, speed and flexibility. • perceptual-motor capabilities, coordination and balance. • Capacity result: agility. Motor skills Resistance:

Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo EscuelaPreparatoria Número Cuatro



Resistance defined as the ability to make an effort to more or less intensity for as long as possible. Types of resistance: There are basically two types ofresistance: Aerobic endurance. (The energy for muscle contraction is obtained by using oxygen). Ex-Race 10,000 m Anaerobic. (Without using oxygen). Ex-Race 50 m Benefits of Resistance Training: Increasedcardiac output, allowing the heart to receive more blood and consequently increase the amount of blood ejected with each contraction. Through the development of anaerobic resistance thicken the heart...
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