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STEELE

STEELE--HEALTH HEART CHAPTER

QuestionAnswer
METABOLISM GETTING ENERGY FROM FOOD
ISOTONIC EXERCISE RESISTANCE THROUGH AN ENTIRE RANGE OF MOTION
PROGRESSION GRADUAL INCREASE IN OVERLOAD
CALORIES UNITS OF HEAT
RESTING HEART RATE HEART BEATS PER MINUTE DURING INACTIVITY
FLEXIBILITY MOVING THROUGH FULL RANGE OF MOTION
MUSCULAR STRENGTH AMOUNT OF FORCE A MUSCLE CAN EXERT
BODY COMPOSITION RATIO OF BODY FAT TO LEAN TISSUE
ISOKINETIC EXERCISE RESISTANCE THROUGH AN ENTIRE RANGE OF MOTION
BASAL METABOLISM MINIMUM ENERGY NEEDED FOR LIFE PROCESSES
COOL-DOWN GRADUAL DECREASE IN ACTIVITY
OVERLOAD WORKING THE BODY HARDER THAN IT IS NORMALLY WORKED
MUSCULAR ENDURANCE MUSCLES CAN WORK OVER A PERIOD OF TIME WITHOUT FATIGUE
INTENSITY HOW HARD YOU WORK DURING AN EXERCISE SESSION
TRACHEA WINDPIPE
VEINS VESSELS THAT RETURN DEOXYGENATED BLOOD TOWARD THE HEART FROM THE BODY'S ORGANS AND TISSUES
HEMOGLOBIN OXYGEN-CARRYING PART OF THE BLOOD
LYMPH CLEAR YELLOW FLUID THAT FILL THE SPACES AROUND BODY CELLS
CAPILLARIES VESSELS THAT CARRY BLOOD BETWEEN ARTERIOLES AND SMALL VESSELS CALLED VENULES
LARYNX VOICE BOX
PLASMA FLUID IN WHICH THE OTHER PARTS OF BLOOD ARE SUSPENDED
ARTERIES VESSELS THAT CARRY BLOOD AWAY FROM THE HEART
BRONCHI AIRWAYS THAT CONNECT THE TRACHEA TO THE LUNGS
EMPHYSEMA DISEASE IN WHICH THE ALVEOLI IN THE LUNGS BURST AND BLEND
CONGENITAL OCCURRING AT BIRTH
HEMOPHILIA AN INHERITED BLEEDING DISORDER THAT CAUSES BLOOD TO CLOT VERY SLOWLY
PHARYNX THROAT
LYMPHOCYTES WHITE BLOOD CELLS THAT PROTECT THE BODY AGAINST PATHOGENS
PLEURISY AN INFLAMMATION OF THE MEMBRANE LINING THE LUNGS AND CHEST CAVITY
Created by: Health