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Physical Activity Any form of movement that causes ur body to use energy
Physical Fitness The ability to carry out daily tasks easily and have enough reserve energy to respond to unexpected demands.
Exercise Purposeful physical activity that is planned
Sedentary Involving little physical activity
Cardiorespiratory Endurance The ability of ur heart,lungs,and blood vessels to send fuel and oxygen to ur tissues during long periods of time
Muscular Strength The amount of force ur muscles can exert.
Muscular endurance The ability of ur muscles to perform physical tasks over a period of time without tiring.
Flexibility The ability to move ur body parts through their full range of motion.
Aerobic exercise All rhythmic activites that use large muscle groups for an extended amount of time.
Anaerobic exercise Intense short bursts of activity
Specificity Choosing the right types of activities to improve a given element of fitness.
Overload Means excercisng at a level that's beyond ur daily activities.
Progression Sometimes increasing the demands on ur body.
Warm-up gentle activity that prepares muscles 4 work.
Workout The part of an exercise session when u r exercising at ur highest peak.
Cool-down low level activity that prepares ur body 2 return to a resting state.
Resting heart rate the number of times ur heart beats per minutewhen u r not active.
Frostbite Damage to skin and tissues caused by extreme cold.
Hypothermia Dangerously low body temp
Overexertion Over-working the body.
Heat exhaustion A form of physical stress onn the body caused by overheating
heatstroke
Created by: AnaliseCastro