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Fitness Unit

Fitness Unit Review

Muscular endurance is the ability of the skeletal muscles to contract repeatedly over a period of time.
Muscular Strength is the ability of a muscle group to exert maximum force against a given resistance.
Cardiovascular endurance is the ability of the heart, lungs and blood vessels to deliver oxygen to working muscles and tissues, as well as the ability of those muscles and tissues to utilize that oxygen.
flexibility refers to the ability of your joints to move through a full range of motion.
Body composition refers to the make up of lean tissue and fat tissue in the body.
TARGET HEART RATE ZONE Max HR = 220 – age Min HR for Fitness = Max HR x Lower % Max HR for Fitness = Max HR x Higher % Target HR Zone is between your Min and Max HR for Fitness
ANAEROBIC EXERCISE exercise in which the body’s demand for oxygen is greater than the supply
AEROBIC EXERCISE activity that makes the cardiovascular system work hard with oxygen
Bicep Curl Machine Works the biceps
Tricep Extension Machine Works the triceps
Leg Extension Machine Works the quadriceps
Leg Curl Machine Works the hamstrings
Seat Leg Press Machine Works the quads, hamstrings and gluts
Pectoral Fly Machine Works the Pectoralis Major
Rear Deltoid Machine Works the deltoids
Chest Press Machine Works the Pectoralis Major
Seated Row Machine Works the Trapezius
Lat Pull Down Machine Works the Latissimus Dorsi
Abdominal Crunch Machine Works the abdominal (Rectus Abdominis)
Back Extension Machine Works the erectors
Horizontal Calf Machine Works the gastrocnemius
Shoulder Press Machine Works the deltoids
What are the three purposes of a warm-up? Increase heart rate Increase body temperature Increase muscle temperature
What does each letter stand for in the F.I.T. principle? Frequency Intensity Time
Created by: raydavis