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PE Terms

set A group or series of exercises.
repetition A repeated motion or activity.
aerobic activity An activity that is performed in a rhythmic manner for a sustained period of time; 20 minutes minimum.
anaerobic activity An activity that is performed with great intensity for a short period of time (it is performed in the absence of oxygen. ex: sprinting
leg muscles quads, hamstrings
chest muscles pecs
arm muscles biceps, triceps
back muscles trapezium, latissimus
calf muscles gastro
stomach muscles abdominal, obliques
shoulder muscles deltoids
Maximum Heart Rate Formula (MHR) 220-age
Maximum Lifting weight The most weight a person can lift at one time
training zones Determines the maximum heart rate that will be needed to improve one cardiovascular strength.
The 4 Areas used to measure a person's fitness 1. cardiovascular fitness, 2. muscular strength and endurance, 3. flexibility, 4. body composition
training lifting weight the amount of weight that a person lifts to increase his or her muscular strength.
Created by: shawnash