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Physical Activity Any kind of movement that uses up energy.
Fitness The ability to handle the physical work and play of everyday life without becoming tired.
Exercise Physical Activity that is planned, structured, and repetitive and that improves or maintains personal fitness.
Strength The ability of your muscles to exert a force.(measured according to the most work your muscles can do at a time)
Endurance The ability to perform vigorous physical activity without getting overly tired.
Heart/Lung Endurance The measure of how effectively your heart and lungs work during moderate to vigorous.exp. physical activity or exercise.
Muscle Endurance The ability of a muscle to repeatedly exert a force over a prolonged period of time. exp.
Aerobic Exercise Moderate to vigorous activity that needs large amounts of oxygen and works of the heart. exp.swimming
Anaerobic Exercise Intense physical activity that requires little oxygen but involves short bursts of energy. exp. Weight lifting
Flexiblity The ability to move joints fully and easily.
Body Composition The proportions of fat, bones, muscle, and fluid that make up body weight.
Frequency Number of days you work out each week.
Intensity How much energy you use when you work out.
THR Target Heart Rate Number of heart beats per minute that you should aim for to during moderate or vigorous activity
Created by: ColeHamer