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Physical Ed

PE Final Study Guide

Cardiorespiratory endurance Health -Related Fitness
Muscular strength Health -Related Fitness
Muscular endurance Health -Related Fitness
Flexibility Health -Related Fitness
Body composition Health -Related Fitness
Speed Performance-Related Fitness
Power Performance-Related Fitness
Coordination Performance-Related Fitness
Reaction time Performance-Related Fitness
agility Performance-Related Fitness
Extrinsic reinforcement Praise and encouragement from others
Intrinsic reinforcement It's important to me
Static stretching (Good) The preferred method for enhancing and maintaining flexibility of the joints and elasticity of musclws and conective tissue
Dynamic or Ballistic stretching Not good. It forces the muscles to pull against themselves
Intensity of 55/65% to 90%of max heart rate
Cardiac reserve of 40/50% to 85%
Frequency the number of times per week that a person participates in physical activity.
To develop physical fitness 3 to 5days per week at the appropriate level of intensity
Avg way to develop physical fitness 3 to 4 times a week
Overtraining An increase of 5 beats or more in thr esting heart rate, taken in the morning prior to getting out of bed
Overload subjecting the varioua body systems to greater physical demand
Progression the manner and the time in applying these demands
Specificity the body adapts according to the specific type of stress
Common injuries blisters
Acute effects are temporary and immediately
Chronic effects Training effect
Chronic effects Long term health
Acute effects Stroke volume increases and live longer
Dies from Heart disease (CDS) 39%
A person who quits smoking in 1 year less coughing and sinus congestion; more energy;
15 years form when u quit smoking your risk factor for hear disease will be the same as a non smoker.
Systolic pressure represents the max pressure of blood flow in the arteries when the heart contracts
Diastolic pressure represents the minimum presure of blood flow in the arteries between heartbeats
140/90 or greater hypertensive
100/60 Lowest level of normal
Cholesterol 200 mg intake daily
HDL Good
According to the Cooper Institute for Aerobics Research physical active is a greater benefit
Distress BAD
Eustress GOOD
Osteoporosis a silent chronic disease that produces a loss of bone mass resulting in structural deterioration to the skeleton and increased susceptibility to bone breakage
Youngesters of both sexes should have this amount of calcium intake daily 1200 to 1500 mg/day; Vitamin D 400IU/day; consistent exercise of a weight-bearing aerobic type plus witht training
Death rate withi nthe 1st year after a hip fracture in an elderly person is 18% to 33%, and most of those who survive have a diminished quality of life.
Osteoarthritis Most common joint injury
Weight factor 80%-90%
A mile covers 1000 kilocalories
Created by: mgree057