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What are the 5 components of fitness?
Muscular Strength
Muscular Endurance
Body composition
Flexibility
Cardiovascular endurance
MMBFC
What are the different types of streching?
Dynamic
Ballistic
PNF
Static
DBPS
In the blood pressure 120/80, what does each number represent?
120 is the Systole and 80 is the diastole.
SD
What does DOMS stand for?
Delayed onset muscle soreness
What is the difference between type one and type 2 diabetes?
Type 1 is juvenile onset, resulting from low blood suger or hypoglycemia. Type 2 is adult onset resulting from high bloodsuger or hyperglycemia.
hyper hypo
Three planes of motion
Sagittal plane- longitudal ine that divides the body into right and left halves.

Transverse plane- horizontal plane, table plane. Line that divides the body into upper and lower, or superior and inferior.

Frontal plane- Door plane. Divides the body into anterior and posterior halves.
Laban planes of movement, but names are different.
Anterior vs. Posterior
Toward the front vs. towards the back
Superior vs Inferior
Toward the head vs away from the head
not better and worse
Medial and Lateral
Toward the midline of the body and away from the midline fot the body
medial= middle
Proximal
Toward the attached end of the limb, origin of the structure or midline of the body
Distal
Away from the attached end of the limbm orgin of the structure or midline of the body
core distal
Cervical
Regional term referring to the neck
neck of the uterus
Thoracic
Regional term referring to the portion of the body between the neck and abdomen; also known as the chest (thorax)
Thor the god had a big chest
Lumbar
Regional term referring to the low back: the portion between the abdomen and the pelvis
Plantar
The sole, or the bottom of the feet.
plant your feet firmly to the ground