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gym fitness test
|What are the 5 main components of overall fitness?
|Cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, body composition, and flexibility.
|What is cardiovascular endurance?
|the ability of the body's circulatory and respiratory system to supply fuel during sustained physical activity.
|What are some activities you can do to improve your cardiorespiratory endurance?
|walking, swimming, or bicycling. The activity you chose does not have to be strenuous.
|What is Muscular strength?
|the ability of the muscle to exert force during an activity.
|What is the key to making your muscles stronger?
|to work them against resistance, whether that is from weights, or gravity
|What are some exercises that will help increase muscular strength?
|lifting weight's or rapidly taking the stairs
|What is muscular endurance?
|the ability of the muscle to continue to perform without fatigue.
|What are some activities to improve muscular endurance?
|walking, jogging, bicycling, or jogging
|What is body composition?
|it refers to the relative amount of muscle, fat, bone, and other vital parts of the body.
|What is Flexibility
|the range of motion around a joint
|If you want to improve flexibility, you should try what activities?
|activities that lengthen the muscles such as swimming or a basic stretching program.
|What is agility
|The ability to change direction at pace
|What is speed?
|The ability to perform movement quickly
|What is Reaction time
|the ability to respond quickly to stimuli
|What is static balance?
|the ability to maintain equilibrium while still
|What is dynamic balance?
|the ability to maintain equilibrium while moving
|What is coordination?
|the ability to use senses and body parts to perform motor skills fluently and accurately
|What is power?
|speed times strength
|What is the definition of the F.I.T.T. principle?
|the F.I.T.T. principle in exercise is a set of rules that help you get the most of your workouts.
|What does the F in the FITT principle stand for
|Frequency: how often you exercise
|What does the I in the FITT principle stand for
|Intensity: how hard you work during exercise
|What does the T in the FITT principle stand for?
|Time: how long you exercise
|What does the second T in the FITT principle stand for
|Type: what type of activity we are doing
|What is your maximum heart beat?
|The fastest your heart can beat per minute
|What is your target heart rate?
|the range your heart rate (beats per minute) should be in during aerobic exercise to obtain cardiovascular benefits
|How do you find maximum heart rate?
|you subtract your age from 220
|How do you find target heart rate zone?
|low end is the maximum heart rate times .65, and high end is the maximum heart rate times .85