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Fitness Flash Cards

Physical fitness Possibilities for better or worse physical or mental health.
Agility Ability to be able to move fast in an easy manner
Balance The act of being able to level out evenly
Coordination Coordination is the organization of ones body and movement that allows them to work effiiciently
speed Being able to move very quickly
Power Being able to have allot of strength and force
Reaction Time Reaction time is the amount of time it takes for your body to notice or be aware of something
Over Load excessive amount or burden of something
Cross-Training The action of practicing or training more than one role or skill
Aerobic exercise that is intended to use to improve your cardiovascular system
Anaerobic not doing exercise that is not intended to improve the efficiency of the body's cardiovascular system
Warm-Up Preparing for something by exercising or practicing beforehand
Cool Down Relaxing and allowing your body to engage in less exercise
Resting Heart Rate number of times you heart beats per minute at rest before or after exercising
Target Heart Rate Minimal number of heartbeats in a given amount of time
Progression To improve over time
Specifically act of being clear and percise
Creatine Compound of protein and metabolism that involves in the supply of energy for muscular concentration
Anabolic Steroids steroid hormone that resembles testosterone that helps the growth of the muscle
Cross-Fit a high-intensity fitness activity that includes elements from several sports and types of exercise.
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