(Speed) Lactic Acid and Metabolic Tolerance: Anaerobic training calling upon the anaerobic glycolysis system will greatly improve the mucles ability to tolerate the build up of H+, LA, ADP and Pi and hence contribute greatly to speed endurance.

(Speed) Lactic Acid and Metabolic Tolerance: Anaerobic training calling upon the anaerobic glycolysis system will greatly improve the mucles ability to tolerate the build up of H+, LA, ADP and Pi and hence contribute greatly to speed endurance.

(Reaction Time) Simple Reaction Time: Is a factor affecting reaction time as there is only one cue to react to, meaning the reaction time is faster.

(Reaction Time) Simple Reaction Time: Is a factor affecting reaction time as there is only one cue to react to, meaning the reaction time is faster.

(Balance) Centre of Gravity: Is a factor affecting balance as the more central you are the easier it is to balance.

(Balance) Centre of Gravity: Is a factor affecting balance as the more central you are the easier it is to balance.

(Muscular Power) Age: Muscular power peaks at about 25 years of age, then declines 1% per year.

(Muscular Power) Age: Muscular power peaks at about 25 years of age, then declines 1% per year.

(Muscular Power) Gender: Males will have a greater muscle mass than females so will also have greater muscular power.

(Muscular Power) Gender: Males will have a greater muscle mass than females so will also have greater muscular power.

(Reaction Time) CHOICE:Number of possible responses: Is a factor affecting reaction time as the more choices there are, the longer the reaction time will be.

(Reaction Time) CHOICE:Number of possible responses: Is a factor affecting reaction time as the more choices there are, the longer the reaction time will be.

(Balance) Base of support: Is a factor affecting balance as the larger the base of support, the easier it is to balance

(Balance) Base of support: Is a factor affecting balance as the larger the base of support, the easier it is to balance

(Coordination): Factors affecting coordination depend on what stage of learning the athlete is at (cognitive, associative, autonomous). The more skilled the athlete, the better the coordination.

(Coordination): Factors affecting coordination depend on what stage of learning the athlete is at (cognitive, associative, autonomous). The more skilled the athlete, the better the coordination.

(Agility) Speed: Males are generally faster ten females and hence will have greater agility than females.

(Agility) Speed: Males are generally faster ten females and hence will have greater agility than females.

(Agility) Centre of Gravity: Athletes with a lower COG tend to be more agile due to greater abilities to balance.

(Agility) Centre of Gravity: Athletes with a lower COG tend to be more agile due to greater abilities to balance.


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(Muscular Power) Gender: Males will have a greater muscle mass than females so will also have greater muscular power.

(Muscular Power) Gender: Males will have a greater muscle mass than females so will also have greater muscular power.

(Anaerobic) Age: Anaerobic capacity will tend to peak at about 30 years of age then decline 1% per year. It declines as the body becomes less able to synthesis protein, decreases in cross sectional area of muscle fibres, and resulting in decreases in fuel stores (ATP, PC and Glycogen) and anaerobic enzymes.

(Anaerobic) Age: Anaerobic capacity will tend to peak at about 30 years of age then decline 1% per year. It declines as the body becomes less able to synthesis protein, decreases in cross sectional area of muscle fibres, and resulting in decreases in fuel stores (ATP, PC and Glycogen) and anaerobic enzymes.

Agility: the greater the reaction time of movements, the greater the agility

Agility: the greater the reaction time of movements, the greater the agility

Speed: the greater the range of motion, the quicker movement can occur(increasing the speed)

Speed: the greater the range of motion, the quicker movement can occur(increasing the speed)

Anaerobic capacity: gender affects anaerobic capacity because males have greater stores of anaerobic fuels (ATP&PC) and glycolytic enzymes due to their greater muscle mass in comparison to females

Anaerobic capacity: gender affects anaerobic capacity because males have greater stores of anaerobic fuels (ATP&PC) and glycolytic enzymes due to their greater muscle mass in comparison to females

Reaction time: a greater number of response choices increases the reaction time of an athlete

Reaction time: a greater number of response choices increases the reaction time of an athlete

Coordination: an athlete in the autonomous stage will have a greater coordination level than an athlete in the associative stage, who will have a better coordination to an athlete in the cognitive stage.

Coordination: an athlete in the autonomous stage will have a greater coordination level than an athlete in the associative stage, who will have a better coordination to an athlete in the cognitive stage.

SPEED - REACTION TIME is a factor affecting speed as the faster the reaction time, the quicker the movement.

SPEED - REACTION TIME is a factor affecting speed as the faster the reaction time, the quicker the movement.

Reaction time: Distractions effect reaction time because it increases the reaction time

Reaction time: Distractions effect reaction time because it increases the reaction time

Balance: an increased base of support will increase ones stability

Balance: an increased base of support will increase ones stability

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