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The 5 parts of health related physical fitness are...
1. Cardiovascular
2. Strength
3. Muscular Endurance
4. Flexibility
5. Body Fatness
Cardiovascular fitness
the ability to excersize your entire body for long periods of time
amount of force your muscles can produce
Muscular Endurance
the ability to use your musc les many times without tiring
the ability to use your joints fully
Body Fatness
the percentage of body weight that is fat
The 3 parts to the fit formula are....
1. Frequency
2. Intensity
3. Time
how often a person excersizes; at least 3 times a week
how hard a person excersizes; not too much, not too little
how long a person excersizes; at least 15-30 minutes
What is a warmup?
what you do before starting a workout to reduce your chance of injury by loosening up your muscles; have muscle and heart warm up and stretching
The heart of a well-trained athelete beats how many times more than the heart of an average adult?
half as often
Examples of heart warm ups are...
walking, slow jogging, slow swimming and slow biking.
Examples of muscle warm ups are...
slow, easy movements that are similar to the activity you'll do.
with oxygen; includes jogging, walking, swimming and biking slowely
without oxygen; 100-yard dash, 50-meter breaststroke, basketball and handball.
How do you calculate you aerobic target heart rate zone?
subtract your age from 220; that # times .7 and then .85
heart rate
# of times your heart beats per minute
What does you maximum heart rate do as you get older?
It increases
Regular exercise benefits what 2 systems?
Cardiovascular and respritory