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Lifetime Fitness

PE Fitness Terms (1 Semester)

TermDefinition
Body Mass Index (BMI) way to test body composition
Curls Up ore strength and
Mile Run cardiovascular endurance
Push Ups upper body strength and endurance
Sit and Reach hamstring and lower back flexibility
Trunk Lift lower back flexibility
Aerobic activities that involve short bursts of air
Anaerobic activities that involve a lot of air
Cardiovascular Endurance used to improve body composition and create a stronger heart
Cool Down activity to gain your breathe back
Flexibility stretch the muscles and prevent muscle soreness
Muscular Endurance increase repetitions to tone muscles and build strength
Repetitions number of times you repeat and exercise
Set number of repetitions done consecutively
Warm Up activity done before workout to wake up muscles and joints
Heart Rate # of heart beats per minute
Maximum Heart Rate highest heart rate that a person can exercise safely
Recovery Heart Rate heart rate after exercise
Target Heart Rate Range heart rate range that one should should try to exercise at while doing an activity
Maximum Heart Rate (Find) 220 - age= MHR
Heart Rate Range (Find) max heart rate - resting heart rate range=HRR
Created by: just_kaylamay