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Health/PE Terms

10 common Health/PE Terms

TermDefinition
Aerobic Exercise Physical activity or exercise done at a steady pace for an extended period of time, so that heart can supply plenty of oxygen to the body.
Anaerobic Exercise Physical activity or exercise done in short, fast bursts so that the heart can't supply oxygen as fast as the body needs.
Body Composition Relates to the percentage of fat tissue and lean tissue in the body.
Cardio Respiratory Fitness The ability of the circulatory and respiratory systems to supply oxygen during sustained physical activity.
Cool-Down Brief, mild exercise done after vigorous exercise to help the body safely return to a resting state.
Intensity How hard a person should exercise to improve fitness.
Locomotor Movement Movements producing physical displacement of the body, usually identified by weight transference via the feet.
Motor Skills Non-fitness abilities that improve with practice and relate to one's ability to perform specific sports and other motor tasks.
Physical Activity Bodily movement that is produced by the contraction of skeletal muscle and which substantially increases energy expenditure.
Power A skill related component of physical fitness that relates to the rate at which one can perform work.
Created by: aaronplugge33