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Fitness Unit 2

PE Vocabulary Fitness Unit 2

Increase To make greater, as in number, size, strength, or quality
Decrease To diminish, reduce or lessen in extent, quantity, strength, power
Energy The capacity for vigorous activity; available power
Energy Expenditure the amount of calories/fuel used up
Physical Fitness Capacity to carry out daily tasks with optimum efficiency
Aerobic steady activity in which the heart can supply all the oxygen the muscles need. Examples are marathon runners, cyclist.
Anaerobic Exercise that does not require large amounts of oxygen to perform. Like swimming, weightlifting. More muscular strength exercises.
Core Muscles The muscles of the abdomen and back that hold the body upright
Duration Time spent doing something (a particular exercise)
Intensity the level of difficulty of an exercise
Created by: coachtrues