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Health
Refers to a state of complete physical, mental, and social well being that enables you to function well.
Wellness
the quality of your life
Physical Fitness
the ability to attain certain physical attributes
health related fitness(list)
felxibility
Muscular strength
Muscular Endurance
Skill Related Fitness(list)
Agility
Power
Speed
Optimal Fitness(list)
Increased Energy
Increase appearance
Improved Muscular health
Improved overall Health
Improval Self-Image
Moderate activity
a more than light workout
Vigorous Activity
High Intensit Workouts
Aerobic Activity
Continous use of the long muscle groups
Anaerobic Activity
very intense and can only be continued for short time periods
Sprain
Injuries to the ligaments
Strain
Overstreding of a muscle which could cause tearing
Five Components of Health related fitness
Cardiorespitory Fitness
Muscular Strength
Muscular Endurance
Flexability
Body Composition
Skill Related Fitness
Agility
Balance
Coordination
Power
Reaction Time
Speed
Health Fitness Pryamid
As often as possible
2-3 times a week
3-5 times a day a week
daily activity
Warm Up
To increase your heart rate and Warm up the muscules
Cool down
Relaxes muscles and regulates your ehart rate
Fluid replacement
Drinking a cup of water every fifteen minutes to re hydrate
Heat Cramps
A muscle that contracts due to high temperature and inense workouts
Heat Exhaustion
Failure to drink fluids could cause fatrigue or collapse
Heat Stroke
Result in a increasing body temperature
R.I.C.E
R= Rest
I=Ice
C=Compresion
E=Elevation