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What are the 5 parts of a workout?
Main Body of Workout
What does FITT stand for?
T-type of exercise
What is a THR?
Target Heart Rate- the heart rate that you are aiming at when exercising.
What is a MHR?
Maximum Heart Rate- the highest heart rate for an individual. It is impossible to go over that.
What is a RHR?
Resting Heart Rate- the number of times your heart beats in one minute.
How do you calculate someone's THR?
How do you calculate someone's MHR?
EXAMPLE: There is a 15 year old who has a resting heart rate of 8 beats. What is his: MHR, RHR, and THR?
MHR: 205 (220-15)
RHR: 80 (8x10)
THR: 125 (205-80)
How do you calculate someone's THRZ?
multiply the percent as a decimal (either .6 or .9) by their MHR.
What are the three levels top in the Stairway to Lifetime Fitness?
Bottom: Dependant
Middle: Decision Making
Top: Independant
Body Fatness: definition, how can you improve it, and why is it important.
the comparison of the ratio of body fat tissue compared to lean body tissue.

Decrease the amount of body fat while at the same time increasing the amount of lean tissue.

Can lead to bad health issues
Cardiovascular Endurance: definition, how can you improve it, and why it is important.
The ability of the body to sustain vigorous exercise for an extended period of time.

Follow the FITT formula

Helps decrease dieseases and be fit.
What are the levels in the pyramid?
1: Lifestyle Physical Activities.
2: Active Sports, Recreational Activites, and Active Aerobic Activities.
3: Flexibility and Muscle Fitness Activities.
4: Limit Sedentary Living.