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PE/ Health

PE/ Health Vocabulary

QuestionAnswer
Flexibility range of motion in a joint
Heart Rate the number of beats per minute
Ready Position stance you want to be in before each play
Endurance the ability to exert yourself and remain active for a long period of time
Sportsmanship fairness, respect for one's opponent, and graciousness In winning or losing
Eye-Hand Coordination control of eye movement with hand movement to execute a task
Follow Through completion of a motion
Cool Down low intensity activity that allows the body to transition from an exercise state to a resting or near resting state by gradually reducing the heart rate
Balance the ability to maintain body equilibrium in different movements
Warm-Up generally consists of a gradual increase in physical activity or stretching
Speed the time it takes you to move a certain distance
Agility the ability to change direction of movement quickly while staying in control of your body
Lifelong Exercise an activity that someone can participate in for the duration of his/her life
Power the ability to combine strength and speed
Intensity the degree of difficulty of the exercise
Free Weights Resistance exercises using dumbbells and barbells.
Spatial Awareness the ability to be aware of oneself in space. The ability to see two or more objects in relation to each other and to oneself
Reaction Time the time between recognizing a stimulus and your body moving in response
Dynamic Stretch increasing speed of movement and reach involving moving parts of your body
Static Stretch a stretch that goes to the point of tension and is held for several seconds without moving or bouncing
Created by: SSC 8th LA