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Physical Benefits of Sports
So they say "Sports can keep you physically healthy". But, do you know why? In this section, we bring you the bolts and nuts of the physical benefits that sports brought about.
Sports can improve the 5 components of fitness, namely: Strength, speed, skill, stamina, and suppleness. Sports can burn calories. Sports can affect your appetite. The above topics will be covered in-depth in the following passages. To get started, just click on the links below.
'Fitness' can be defined as the ability to carry out effectively and efficiently some particular physical or activity. 'Getting fitter' means advancing to a higher standard of fitness and being 'very fit' means possessing a standard of fitness better than most people. A sound standard of fitness is conductive to a productive life and enhances the possibility of reaching your full potential. You do not have to be trained to the level of a champion athlete to appreciate the benefits of fitness. To students, like all of us, fitness could mean a energetic state that helps us to archive. More technically speaking, 'fitness ' consists of five components, namely: stamina, strength, speed, skill and suppleness.
Whether people gain or lose weight depends on the balance between energy consumed in food and the energy used in living. This is measured in 'calories'. A calorie is defined as a unit of work or energy equating to the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one gram of water one degree centigrade. When the body is in calorie balance the energy intake and output are equal and the body weight remains constant. Eat more calories than you use and weight will be gained; use more than you eat and weight will be lost. Being active is not only good for the heart and circulation, it can use up many calories, which results in weight being controlled.
People vary in the amount of energy they use when doing similar activities. The figures on the table on the next page give a general outline as to the amount of energy used daily and may help you calculate a personal daily diet/exercise programme.