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Muscles associated with movement within the circulatory system
Smooth Muscle
Heart muscle which contracts to channel blood flow
Cardiac Muscle
The decrease of strength and size of the muscle disuse
Atrophy
The increase of strength and size of the muscle from sustain use and action
Hypertrophy
The tensing of muscle without movement through the range of the joint
Isometric Exercise
The contraction of muscle with movement through the range of the joint
Isotonic Exercise
Works on the explosiveness of muscle associated with fast powerful and ballistic movement
Plyometric Exercise
Decreasing the < of the joint associated with the muscle
Flexion
Increasing the < of the joint associated with the muscle
Extension
Movement of body part away from midline
Abduction
Movement of the body part towards midline
Adduction
Movement rotating palm up
Supinate
Movement rotating palm down
Pronate
Pointing the foot and toes from the ankle
Plantar Flexion
Drawing the toes and foot towards the knee
Dorsiflection
Waste product given off from muscle use, usually accumulating in the synapse area of the nervous system breaking down muscle response
Lactic Acid
1. ECTUMORPH- tall and lanky
2. ENDOMORPH- obese
3. MESOMORPH- muscular
Three basic body types