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Fitness & Health Voc

Fitness & Health Vocabulary

Anaerobic exercise Exercise that does not improve or is not intended to improve the performance of moving oxygen throughout the body's cardiovascular system
Calorie An amount of food having an energy-producing value
Dermatologist A doctor that diagnosis' and treats concerns of skin disorders
Epidermis The protective, outer layer of the skin
Endurance A measure of the ability of your muscles to exert force over a period of time
Exercise A regular series of movements that conditions your muscles
Physical Fitness The level of health at which you have muscular endurance, flexibility, a well-conditioned heart, strength, and the right amount of body fat
Flexibility The ability of muscles and joints to move within a full range of motion
Halitosis Bad breath
Hyperhidrosis A medical condition in which a person sweats excessively and unpredictably
Physique The form, size, and development of a person's body
Strength The ability of the muscles to exert a force
Tartar a hard calcified deposit that forms on the teeth and contributes to their decay
Respiration The action of breathing
Aerobic Exercise Exercise that provides cardiovascular conditioning which means exercise that helps oxygen move to the muscles to allow them to burn fuel
Created by: loribarfield