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Physical fitness:
to participate in the things you enjoy with vigor.
Specificity:
to do an exercise a number of times to improve that paticular exercise.
intensity:
Is how hard you work.
Overload principle:
for exercise to be effective, you must work harder than usual.
Duration:
Is how long your workout lasts.
Frequency:
is the final factor that will affect the success of your exercise program.
Cardio Respiratory Fitness:
Refers to the ability of the heart, lungs, and blood vessels to efficently supply oxygen to the muscle cells when under excretion.
Heart Rate:
Is the number of times your hearts each per minute.
Resting heart rate:
The lowest heart rate.
Aerobic exercise:
Refers to any type of exercise that requires large amount of oxygen for extended periods of time.
Anaerobic Exercise:
Is intense exercise that is done without adequate oxygen.
Target Heart rate:
The heart rate that you are set to maintain during a workout.
Muscular Strength:
Is the ability of your muscles to exert force.
Muscular endurance:
Is the ability of muscles to exert force many times.
Isometric Exercise:
your muscles exert force against an object that does'nt move.
Isotonic Exercise:
your muscles exert force to move an object.
Calisthenics:
Are body building exercises that develop muscular strength and tone.
Isokinetic Exercise:
An exercise machine is used to provide consistent resistance through the entire range of motion.
Flexibility:
Is the ability to bend the joints and stretch the muscles through a full range of motion.
Body Composition:
Is the proportion of body fat to lean body mass.
anabolic Steroids:
Are drugs that are similar to male hormones.