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Weight Training

Common nameAnswer
largest tendon in the body Achilles Tendon
After completing one or more consecutive repetitions Set
Jawbone Mandible
Neck Sterno-Mastoid (turns head)
Trap Trapezius (raises shoulders)
Shoulder Deltoid (lifts Arm)
Chest Pectoral Major (pulls arms towards chest lifts ribs)
Front of arm Biceps (raises forearm)
Back of arm Triceps (lowers arm)
Mid-Upper back Latissimus Dorsi (moves ribs)
Abs Rectus Abdominus
Love Handles External Oblique (flattens abdomen)
Upper Butt Gluteus Medius
Lower but Gluteus Maximus
Upper Thigh Sartorius (rotates thigh)
Back of thigh Hamstring Muscle (bends leg at knee)
Calf Gastrocnemius (raises heel)
Head Skull
Collar bone Clavicle
Shoulder blade Scapula
Breast Bone/Chest Plate Sternum
Upper arm bone Humerus
Back Spine
Lower arm Bones Radius & Ulna
Lowest Vertebrae Sacrum
Tailbone Coccyx
Upper leg bone Femur
Knee Cap Patella
Lower leg bones Tibia & Fibula
Pre toes Metatarsal Bones
Number of consecutive efforts (contractions) in any given exercise Repetition
Beginning with full flexion and extension of movement Full range of motion
Series of striations (strands+bellies ) which make up a larger one Muscle group
#1 priority. Be like the tortise! Safety First
Connects bone to bone Ligament
Connects bone to muscle Tendon
Waste product of muscular contraction Lactic acid
Smaller groups of muscle which are distinctly separated but make up a larger body Muscle bellies
Safety technique; aide in helping a partner to preform greater Spotting
Helping a partner preform after he is no longer able to do it all by himself Forced repetition
Muscle shrinkage due to lack of activity Atrophy
Muscle increase due to activity load increased Hypertrophy
Exercise which improves efficiency of heart, lungs, etc. Cardiovascular Endurance
If proper stretching used - lifting will benefit Warm up technique
Tightness, packed. Dense muscles weigh more Muscle density
Male hormone responsible for muscle development Testosterone
Foremost in gaining size and strength without injury Correct form
Pure girth Muscle size
Out during hard part, give explosiveness Breathing technique
1 time lift all out! Test overall strength off muscle group Maximum lift
Created by: mg31603