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Leach pe exam

Leach pe exam for 2014

Lifetime Sport a sport you can enjoy throughout your lifetime
Aerobic Activity an activity that is performed over a long period of time(with oxygen)
Anaerobic Activity an activity of high intensity that is performed in a short period of time(without oxygen)
FIT stands for three times a week, target zone and fifteen minutes or more
RDA stands for recommended daily allowance
Dehydration occurs when you use or lose more fluid than you take in
Nutrition the process of providing or obtaining the food necessary for health and growth
SPF15 minimum recommended protection factor for outdoor activities lasting 20 minutes or longer
Lactic Acid a liquid produced during muscle contraction as a product of anaerobic glucose metabolism
Sprain the result of a wrench or twist of the ligaments of a join
Created by: CoachLeach