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Health - Ch. 4

Never do this while stretching. Bounce or jerk
Light exercises that send warm blood flowing to your muscles warm-ups
continuous exercises that help your body process large amounts of oxygen efficiently aerobics
You need this much aerobic exercise 20-30 minutes three times a week
trained people who help others exercise their muscles physical therapy
deltoid muscle helps you raise your arm
the longest muscle in your body sartorius
the more muscles are used the ... larger and stronger they become
how many bones in your skeleton 206
your skull strong, built-in helmet that protects your brain
ribs form a cage that protect your heart and lungs
coccyx another name for your tailbone
vertebrae helps you stand up straight, and also allow you to bend
red blood cells are manufactured in the bone marrow
obesity being 20% overweight
study muscle worksheet #8
stretching after energetic exercise ... reduces stiffness and soreness
aerobic refers to the presence of oxygen
skin's 3 layers 1.epidermis 2.dermis 3.subcutaneous layer
aerobic refers to the presence of oxygen
Created by: kdeangelo