Type
Word Search
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forever
success
laughter
tears
sweat
toenails
foam rolling
stretch
carbs
water
trainers
hip flexors
core
wisdom
persistance
courage
finish line
endurance
FSR
protein shakes
gu
embrocation
sneakers
saturday long runs
Half Marathon
marathon
runner
stronger
faster
run

Physical Education Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

moderate
attitude
feedback
techniques
testing
target
synchronization
stretch
strength
strategy
running
repetition
pulse
muscles
jumping
intensity
health
fitness
exercise
endurance
cooperation
cardiovascular
breathing
aerobics

Running Jargin Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Interval workout consisting of quarter mile repeats (number)... 400's
Interval workout consisting of half mile repeats (number) 800's
Where you complete the second half of the race faster than the first half... Negative Splits
Abbreviation representing not finishing the race DNF
Abbreviation for a time representing a personal record PR
Abbreviation for a qualifying marathon time to run the Boston Marathon BQ
Racing distance longer than 26.2 miles Ultra marathon
A racing category for bigger male runners Clydesdale
A racing category for bigger female runners Athena
Abbreviation for cross country XC
Two runs in the same day (two-a-days) Doubles
Athlete over 40 years old master
Running out and returning the same way you came Out and back
3.1 miles 5k
6.2 miles 10k
26.2 miles Marathon
Timing method in a race accounting for when you cross the starting line and when you cross the finish line Chip time
Short sprints at the end of the run with full recovery Strides
Athlete competing at the top level Elite
United States Track and Field Association abbreviation USATF
Cutting back on your training right before a race Taper
Speed play fartlek
A series of high and low intensity running intervals
Longest run of the year abbreviation LROY
Long slow distance run abbreviation LSD
Running up and down a hill multiple times Hill repeats
The time it takes you to run a set distance during a race or workout (typical distance is 1 mile in a race) Splits
13.1 miles Half marathon
Anaerobic threshold run Tempo

Muscle crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Muscle located in the upper arm and elbow joint Triceps
Muscles that increase the angle between the members of a limb Extensor muscles
Muscles that connect the upper anterior tibial extremity to the vertebrac column Latissimus dorsi
main extensor muscle of the hip and Buttox Gluteous Maximus
Chief muscle of calf ; flexes knee and foot Gastrocnemius
Muscle that connects calf muscles to heel bone Achilles tendon
Muscles that decrease the angle between bones and joints Flexor muscles
Muscle on on the front part of upper arm Biceps
Triangular muscle located on shoulder Deltoid
Large muscle on the chest Pectoralis major
Muscles that laterally rotate the hip Sartorius
Flexor of the hip Quadriceps
Muscles that are located between the ribs and the pelvis , on the front of the body Abdominals
A muscle that contracts and moves a limb Abductor muscles

exercise Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

WEIGHTS
WORKOUT
WARM UP
TREADMILL
TRAINER
TENSION
TENNIS
TARGET
STRETCH
STRENUOUS
STAIRS
SPRINT
SCHEDULE
ROUTINE
PULSE
MUSCLE
HIKE
GOAL
ENERGY
ELLIPTICAL
DANCE
COOL DOWN
CARDIOVASCULAR
CALORIES
CALISTHENICS
BLOOD PRESSURE
ANAEROBIC
AEROBIC

RUNNING THE RACE Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

STRIDE
TIME
TRACK
STOPWATCH
SPEED
RUNNERS
MINUTES
MEDAL
FINISH
DASH
BOLT
CROWN

Nail Diseases and Disorders Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A condition caused by injury or disease on the nail unit Nail Disorder
A blood clot under the nail plate. Dark purplish spot. Bruised Nail
Nail plate that is weaker and curved on the free edge Eggshell Nail
Depressions running across the width of the natural nail plate. Beaus Lines
Skin around the nail plate splits and tears. Hangnail
Whitish discolorations of the nail. Leukonychia Spots
Darkening on the fingernails and toenails. Melanonychia
Nails turns a variety of colors. Discolored NAILS
Bitten Nails. Onychophagy
Highly curved nail plate. Plicatured Nail
Vertical lines running the lenght of the natural nail plate. Ridges
Injury to the nail bed that dmages capillaries. Splinter Hemorrhages
Deep or sharp curvature at the free edge. Increased Curvature Nail
Contagious; Can be transmitted through contaminated implements. Nail Infection
Shows signs of infection or inflammation should not be treated in a salon. Nail Disease
Red itchy rash in the spaces between the toes. Tinea Pedis

Bangtan Boys(BTS) songs Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Dimple
You never walk alone
21st century girls
Mama
Reflection
Awake
First love
Lost
GOGO
Spring day
Not today
Mic drop
Best of me
DNA
Serendipity
Stigma
lie
Begin
Blood sweat and tears
Boy meets evil
Save me
Young forever
House of cards
Silver spoon
Butterfly
Run
Dope
I need u
Let me know
War of hormone
Danger
Spine breaker
Tomorrow
Just one day
Boy in luv
No
No more dream
we are bulletproofpt2

CROSS COUNTRY CROSSWORD

Type
Crossword
Description

Sport that typically runs 5k for a race? Cross country
What is the light weight tank top most runners wear called? Singlet
The beginning of a race where all the runners start? Start line
The ability to combined speed and endurance is called? Stamina
What is the ability to run for long periods of time called? Endurance
What is a runner called that did not register for the race? (this is usually frowned upon) Bandit
What is the name for the Swedish work out that means speed play? fartlek
What is it called when a runner runs the second half of the race faster than the first half ? Negative split
What are movements called designed to increase a muscles flexibility? Stretches
What happens when an athlete does not drink enough water? Dehydration
The end of a race where all runners stop Finish line
The degree of effort or exertion is called? Intensity
Name of a cross country event when three or more teams compete? Meets
A type of shoe that has metal spikes on the bottoms Spikes
What is the small object tied to runners shoes that track their movements across the finish line? Chip
The name of the piece of paper pinned to the front of a runner usually with numbers printed on it is? Bib
Short, fast but controlled runs lasting under a minute that gradually speed up are? Strides
A finishing sprint at the end of a race Kick
The stiffness of muscles due to the cause of by product of the body's use of carbohydrates is called? Lactic Acid
Name of a course in which the start and finish line are in the same place? Loop
The inward roll off your foot during part of your stride is? Pronation
A side cramp is also called? Stitch

PE Vocabulary Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

muscular endurance
muscular strength
cool down
warmup
anaerobic exercise
aerobic exercise
static stretch
dynamic stretch
coordination
agility

P.e Word find (verbal/linguistic) Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Agility
Beep test
Cardiovascular endurance
Enjoyment
Fitness
Flexibility
Hand eye coordination
Injury
Marathon running
Muscular endurance
Physical education
Power
Reaction time
Speed
Sport