Muscular Strength: The amount of force that a muscle or a group of muscles can exert for one repetition, i.e. crunches.
Muscular Endurance: The capacity of the same muscle or group of muscles to sustain a series of repetitive contractions, i.e. crunches.
Flexibility: The range of movement of a specific joint or group of joints, i.e. quadriceps stretch.
Body Composition: The component parts of the body. There are two basic component parts of the body:
- Body fat; and
- Lean body mass.
Agility: The ability to change and control the direction while in motion of your body.
Balance: The ability to keep your body stable while moving or in a static position (no movement).
Coordination: The ability to use two or more body parts of your body together in order to perform a task.
Power: The ability to perform an activity that requires strength quickly i.e. jumping.
Speed: The ability to perform a movement to cover distance in a minimum amount of time.
Reaction Time: The time it takes for the brain to receive information in and send a message to the muscles to initiate movement.
Cardiovascular Fitness: The healthy functioning of the circulatory and respiratory systems. These systems are made up of the heart, lungs and blood vessels.
- 20 Benefits of Exercising (viefitblog.com)