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What is a benefit of physical activity? People who exercise are healthier and live longer than those who do not excersise.
What are the four components of fitness that help establish health benefits? Cardiorespiratory fitness, muscular strength & endurance, flexibility and body composition.
What are the recommendation for physical fitness? Minimum of 30 minutes of aerobic 5 days a week. 20 minutes of vigorous intensity 3 times a week.
What is cardiorespiratory fitness? Ability of the heart and lungs to efficiently deliver oxygen and nutrients to the bodys muscles and cels via the bloodstream.
Muscle strength Capacity of the muscle to exert force against resistance.
Muscular endurance Capacity of the muscle to exert force repeatedly over a period of time
define flexibility Ability of joints to move through the full range of motion
How do you treat soft tissue injuries? RICE. Rest, ice, compression and elevation
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