From Physical Fitness to Motor Competence: Aims, Content, Methods, Evaluation
The concept of physical fitness is predominantly seen as condition. In this book a concept for «New Physical Fitness», namely «Motor Competence» is developed with four major aspects: sensory abilities, motor abilities/condition, motor abilities/coordination and body experience. First, historical, comparative, and status quo perspectives for physical fitness are analyzed. The future perspective is related to: aims, content, teaching methods and evaluation in regard to physical fitness presented in a new conceptual framework. Examples of existing physical fitness tests and proposals how to evaluate the «Motor Competence» are also included in this book. Thus the interested public is offered a comprehensive guide in order to develop motor competence in a broader and more holistic way, which is especially important for target groups often neglected in regard to motor competence like young children, handicapped people and seniors as well as for application in countries with largely different socio-economic and geographic-climatic background.
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Fitness as Presented in three German Dictionaries of Sport
Theoretical Framework for Physical Fitness
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aerobic agility analyzing anthropometric aspects assessment balance basic assumption behavior dimension Bielefeld body experience calisthenics Champaign cognitive concept of motor concept of physical condition coordinative motor ability Dassel domain evaluation everyday routine activities example exercise factors fitness movement fitness training Fitness-Tests flexibility gymnastics Hofmann holistic Human Kinetics important instructional theory Kiel kinaesthetic abilities learning legs leisure-time activities measurement method motor behavior motor combination motor competence motor learning motor psychomotor muscles norms Objectivity paradigms performance physical activity physical education Physical Fitness Test position possible preconditions programs psychological reaction speed realized regard Schnabel Schorndorf Schule und Verein sensory abilities sit-ups skill Sources of Mistakes specific sportive movement sports disciplines Sports Science static stopwatch strength training structure tactile taxonomy teaching-learning and training Test Criteria Test Description test items Test Kiel-MC-Test Test Test Equipment touch training processes trunk Validity Sources VO2 max YMCA