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Fitness & Wellness

Fitness and Wellness BPOC

Strength State or quality of being strong. Force, power, vigor
Muscular Endurance Ability of muscle groups to stand pain, distress, fatigue
Cardiovascular Endurance Ability of heart, blood vessels as unified body system withstanding pain distress, fatigue
Fatigue Physical, mental exhaustion, weariness
Flexibility Able to bend without breaking, not stiff or rigid, easily bent, pliant.
Coordination harmonious adjustment or action, as of muscles in producing complex movements
Agility Quick and ease of movement, deft and active, keen and lively
Physical Fitness The condition of the body that enables an individual to use his body in activities requiring strength, endurance, flexibility, agility, and coordination as well as power, balance, speed, accuracy without undue experience of fatigue and exhaustion
Physical Fitness Categories Health Related, and Motor Related
Health Related fitness Strength, muscle indurance, flexibility, cardio vascular endurance, agility, power, balance, speed, accuracy
Motor Related fitness Coordination, agility, power, balance, speed and accuracy
Which component is more important to overall wellness Health Component
Wellness Condition of human organism that consists of it's health and disease status and risk potential. There are varying degrees of wellness ranging from death to optimal well being.
Total well being translates to. . . Positive lifestyle behaviors and good health habits
Wellness Pyramid Top to bottom = Self Responsibility (Holds down ALL OTHER AREAS), Smoking Cessation, Weight Control, Nutrition, and exercise at the base
Greatest Impact on Fitness and Wellness How we act, react, function, and perform during our everyday life
Law enforcement professionals have. . . A poor health profile
Law enforcement has high risk of. . . Alcoholism, Divorce, Suicide
Physical fitness has an impact on Physical Health, Emotional Health, Job Performance
Essential dietary components Carbohydrates, Fats, Proteins, Vitamins, Minerals, water
Carbohydrates any other group of organic compounds produced by photosynthetic plants including sugar, starches, cellulos, and gums, and serves as a major energy towards the diet of animals
Fats The ester of glycerol and fatty acids
Proteins Any of a group complex organic micromolecules that contain carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, and sulfer are composed of one or more chains of amino acids and includes many substances such as enzymes, hormones, and antibodies necessary to funciton
Vitamins/Minerals Any of various fat or water soluble organic substance essential in minute amounts for normal growth and activity of the body and obtained naturally from plant and animal foods
Water Clear, odorless, colorless, and tasteless liquid (H2O) essential for most plant and animal life and the most widely used of all solvents.
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