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Vocabulary for P.E:

TermDefinition
Warm up: A series of activities that increase circulation through the muscles preparing the body for more vigorous exercise that helps prevent injury.
Cool Down: A series of activities such as walking and stretching to help the body recover after a workout.
Health-Related-Fitness: Aspects of fitness that contribute to the well being of a person. CardioRespitoratory endurance,muscular strength and endurance,flexibility,and body compisition.
Skill-Related-Fitness: Aspects of fitness that contribute to success in sports.Speed,Agility,Balance,Coordination,Power,and Reaction time.
CardioRespiratory-Endurance: The ability to do vigorous exercise your entire body for long periods of time without stopping.
Pace: Keeping a steady speed when jogging or running thus allowing one to keep going for a longer period of time.
Muscular-Strength: The amount of force that you apply when using a muscle for one motion.
Muscular-Endurance: The ability for a muscle to move for a long period of time.The ability of a joint and muscle group to move through a maximum range-of-motion.
Flexibility: A body joint and muscle group to move through a maximum range-of-motion.
Repetitions: Describes the number of consecutive times you preform an exercise without stopping.
Set: A group of repetitions completed without stopping.After completing a set and a brief rest repeat the set.A good workout should have at least 3 sets.
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