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Physical fitness:
to participate in the things you enjoy with vigor.
to do an exercise a number of times to improve that paticular exercise.
Is how hard you work.
Overload principle:
for exercise to be effective, you must work harder than usual.
Is how long your workout lasts.
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.
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.
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.