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What is the ability for muscles to go through a range of motion? Flexibility
Ability for heart and lungs to supply oxygen and necessary fuel to the muscle during exercise over time. Cardiovascular endurance
exercise w/oxygen Examples: Cross country, swimming, jumping rope (30 min) Aerobic
exercise w/o oxygen Examples: Weight lifting, sprinting anaerobic
Ability of muscles to exert a force one time muscular strength
Ability to exert force of muscles for long periods of time Muscular Endurance
Is the ratio of fat to muscle, bone, and other tissues that make up one’s body. Body Composition:
Doing any exercise one time Reps
A group of repetitions Set
_______ muscles are the first muscles used in an exercise; ______ muscles are the second muscles used, usually the smaller of the two. Primary; Secondary
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