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PE BM 1

PE Study for the BenchMark

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Heart rate when you are resting Resting Heat Rate
The highest your heart rate should be. Maximum Heart Rate
Formula - This is the highest 220-Age
Heart rate when you are exercising Exercise Heart Rate
Heart rate you want to be in when exercising to be fit. Target Heart Rate
More than normal or usual Overload
Start slow and add more as your body adapts. Progression
Formula - This is your target 220-Age*75%
The target area your want to improve Specificity
FITT Formula - How often to exercise Freguency
FITT Formula - How hard you should exercise Intensity
FITT Formula - How long to exercise. Time
FITT Formula - The type of exercise you choose Type
Get body temperature up and prepare muscles to stretch Warm up
Cardiovascular or strength work out Actual workout
Allow your heart rate 2-3 minutes to return to normal. Prevents dizziness or fainting. cool down
Physical Fitness is the ability of your body systems including your _________, and heart to work together efficiently muscles skeleton
The ability to exercise your entire body for long periods of time Cardiovascular fitness
The amount of force your body produces Muscular strength
The ability to use your muscles many times without tiring Muscular endurance
ability to move joints through a wide range of motion Flexibility
The percentage of fat compared to muscle Body composition
Techniques used to better cope with pressure Stress management
the ability to change the position of your body quickly and to control your body's movements. Agility
the ability to keep your body in a steady position while standing or moving balance
the ability of body parts to work together when you perform an activity coordination
the ability to combine strength with speed power
the ability to move quickly once a signal to start moving is received reaction time
the ability to get from one place to another in the fastest possible time. speed
Created by: mdixon on 2011-11-07



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