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Health Vocabulary

Training Programs a program of formalized physical activity preperation for involvment in a sort or another physical activity.
Hydration taking in fluids so that the bodily functions properly.
Anabolic Steroids synthetic substances that are similar to the male hormone testorone.
Heath Screening a search check for dieses or disorders that an individual would otherwise not have knowledge or seek help for.
Overexertion over working the body
Heat Cramps Muscle spasms resulting from loss of salt and water through prespiration.
Heat Stroke A condition in which the body loses the ability to rid itself of excessive heat through prespirtation.
Frostbite A condition where body tissues become frozen
Hypothermia a condition where the body tempature becomes dangerously low.
Muscle Cramp A spasm or sudden tightening of a muscle
Strain A condition resulting from damaging a muscle or tendon
Sprain an injury to the ligament surrounding a joint.
Cardiorespitory Endurance The ability of heart, lungs, and blood vessels to work together.
Muscular Strength How much force a muscle can exert.
Muscular Endurance The ability of the muscle to perform takes over time.
Flexibility The ability to move a body part in full range motion
Excersise purposful activity that is planned, structured, and repeated.
Sedentary Lifestyle Little physical activity
Osteoporosis a condiditon in which there is the progressive loss of bone tissue
Metabolism the rate in which your body breaks down food
Aerobic Excersise meaning 'with oxygen'
Anarobic Excersise meaning 'without oxygen'
Overload working the body more than usually worked
Progression increase in overload/excersise
Specifity working to a specific excersise
Warm up Sweating, heart beat increased
Workout highest peak of workout
Cool Down prepares back to resting state, not sweating
What does F.I.T.T. stand for? Frequency, Intensity, Time, and Type.
What is a good resting heart rate? 72
Created by: SydneyNovak