The 10 Components of Complete Fitness


The ability of the body systems to gather, transfer and process oxygen.


The ability of the body to process, store, deliver, and utilize energy.


The ability of a muscular unit or a group of muscular units to apply force.


The ability of maximizing range of motion at a given joint.


The ability of a muscular unit or a group of muscular units to apply maximum force in a minimum amount of time.


The ability to minimize the time cycle of a given movement.


The ability to minimize transition time between one movement pattern and another.


The ability to combine many distinct movement patters into one precise motion.


The ability to control the placement of the bodies’ center of gravity in its relation to its support base.


The ability to control a movement in a given direction and at a given intensity

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