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Vocabulary #3

TermDefinition
Physical Fitness Your ability to carry out physical activities compared with the amount of fatigue you feel afterwards
Agility The ability to move quickly with little to no struggle
Balance The even distribution of weight in order to stay positioned in a certain fashion
Coordination The ability to use different parts of the body at the same time with little to no struggle
Speed Rate of motion, how fast something is going
Power The ability to exert maximal force in the shortest period of time
Reaction Time The amount of time it takes to respond to a stimulus
Overload Applying more pressure to the body than it's used to to get it accustomed to that amount of pressure
Cross Training The action of being trained in more than one skill to improve the main skill
Aerobic Pertaining to exercise that is intended to improve the efficiency of the body's cardiovascular system
Anaerobic Pertaining to exercise that is NOT intended to improve the efficiency of the body's cardiovascular system
Warm Up Preforming minor work outs or stretches to prepare your body for a more strenuous workout
Cool Down Preforming an easy exercise after a more intense activity to gradually get the body back to a resting state
Resting Heart Rate The amount of times your heart beats per minute when doing nothing or very little
Target Heart Rate Keeping your heart rate between 50% and 85% of your maximum heart rate after counting your pulse for 10 sec then multiplying by 6 to find beats per minute
Progression The process of moving gradually into a more advanced state
Specificity The idea that in order to get good or better at a skill, you must preform that skill
Creative Relating to/involving the imagination or original ideas
Anabolic Steroids A synthetic steroid hormone of testosterone to promote the growth of a muscle
Cross fit A high intensity program incorporating elements from different sports and types of exercise
Created by: 095069