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Activity Pyramid
Aerobics
Balance
Benefits
Daily
Energy
Exercise
Fitness target zone
FITT formula
Flexibility
Frequency
Healthy
Inactivity
Intensity
Muscle
Physical Activity
Principle of overload
Principle of specificity
Progression
Recreation
Sports
Strength
Target Ceiling
Target zone
Threshold
Time
Training
Type
Vigorous
Volume

Glencoe Health Chapter 4 Word Search

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Description

metabolism
osteoporosis
sedentary
physical fitness
physcial activity
anaerobic
aerobic
exercise
body composition
flexibility
muscular endurance
muscular strength
cardiorespiratory
resting heart rate
cooldown
fitt
workout
warmup
specificity
progression
overload
health screening
anabolic steroids
hydration
training program
sprain
strain
muscle cramp
hypothermia
frostbite
heatstroke
heat cramps
Overexertion

PHYSICAL FITNESS Word Search

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Description

HEAT EXHAUSTION
TARGET HEART RATE
HEAT STROKE
TYPE
TIME
INTENSITY
FREQUENCY
MAX HEART RATE
RHR
BODY COMPOSITION
FLEXIBILITY
RESPIRATION
CARDIO
STRENGTH
ENDORPHINS
CHRONIC
ACTIVITY
PHYSICAL FITNESS
EXERCISE
DEHYDRATION

PHYSICAL FITNESS Word Search

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Description

ANAEROBIC
AEROBIC
TYPE
TIME
INTENSITY
FREQUENCY
TARGET HEART RATE
MAX HEART RATE
RHR
BODY COMPOSITION
FLEXIBILITY
CARDIORESPIRATORY
STRENGTH
ENDORPHINS
CHRONIC DISEASE
ACTIVITY
PHYSICAL FITNESS
EXERCISE
HEAT STROKE
HEAT EXHAUSTION
DEHYDRATION

PHYSICAL FITNESS CROSSWORD PUZZLE

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Description

BODY TO USE ENERGY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
ENOUGH ENERGY TO RESPOND TO UNEXPECTED DEMANDS PHYSICAL FITNESS
MAINTAINS PHYSICAL FITNESS EXERCISE
INVOLVING LITTLE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY SEDENTARY
HEART, LUNGS, AND BLOOD VESSELS CARDIORESPIRATORY ENDURANCE
AMOUNT OF FORCE YOUR MUSCLES CAN EXERT MUSCULAR STRENGTH
MUSCLES TO PERFORM PHYSICAL TASKS OVER A PERIOD OF TIME MUSCULAR ENDURANCE
FULL RANGE OF MOTION FLEXIBILTY
RHYTHMIC ACTIVITIES AEROBIC
PRODUCE ENERGY WITHOUT USING OXYGEN ANAEROBIC
CHOOSING THE RIGHT TYPES OF ACTIVITIES SPECIFICTY
BEYOND YOUR REGULAR DAILY ACTIVITIES OVERLOAD
INCREASING DEMANDS ON YOUR BODY PROGRESSION
PREPARES THE MUSCLES FOR WORK WARMUP
EXERCISING AT YOUR HIGHEST PEAK WORKOUT
PREPARES YOUR BODY TO RETURN TO A RESTING STATE COOLDOWN
DAMAGE TO SKIN AND TISSUE IN EXTREME COLD WEATHER FROSTBITE
LOW BODY TEMPERATURE HYPOTHERMIA
OVERWORKING THE BODY OVEREXERTION
PHYSICAL STRESS ON THE BODY CAUSED BY OVERHEATING HEATEXHAUSTION
DANGEROUS CONDITION IN WHICH THE BODY LOSES THE ABILITY TO COOL ITSELF HEATSTROKE
PAINFUL CONTRACTIONS CRAMPS
OVERSTRETCHING AND TEARING A MUSCLE STRAINS
INJURIES TO THE LIGAMENT AROUND A JOINT SPRAINS
DURATION FITT
A PROCESS TO CONTROL SWELLING AFTER AN INJURY PRICE

Health and Fitness Crossword

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Description

Steady activity; heart can supply oxygen muscles need. AEROBICEXERCISE
Physical changes(+ or -) metabolism (slows; weight gain), injuries(reduce options), osteoperosis(bone density; limits options), decreased muscle mass (influences strength options) AGING
Ability to change position of body quickly & control body’s movements AGILITY
Activity in short, fast bursts & heart can’t supply blood and oxygen fast enough ANAEROBICEXERCISE
Business to help people improve fitness levels(will it meet needs? Is there qualified staff? Is equipment taken care of?) ATHLETICCLUBS
Intake =calorie expidenture BODYWEIGHT
Calories used during exercise CALORIEEXPENDITURE
Unit of energy in food CALORIE
Boy=3000; girl=2300 CALORIE REQUIREMENTS
Ability of heart, lungs, and blood vessels to use and send fuel and oxygen to body during long periods of moderate-to-vigorous activity CARDIORESPIRATORYENDURANCE
Ability of heart, lungs, and organs to consume, transport, and utilize organs (exercise regularly to increase) CARDIOVASCULARFITNESS
Nutrient provides energy, helps growth, repairs cells, dissolves and carries vitamins to cells FAT
Everything but fat FATFREEMASS
Ability of body to perform activities FITNESS
What you want to physically accomplish FITNESSGOALS
Notebook to record days, amount, monitor amount, set & achieve goals, avoid repitition, watch improvements, and track food FITNESS FITNESSLOG
diminishing return: more harm than good, body fights itself due to improper recovery or poor nutrition; overload: to improve do more than what’s normal; progression: gradually increase amount and intensity; reversibility:benefits lost when fitness stops; rest & recovery: time to rest to rebuild and recover; warm up: gets body ready for exercise & prevents injury(increase body temp., stretch large muscles to increase elasticity); specificity: specific types of exercise improve specific fitness or muscles; cool down: activities to recover after workout ( heart cool down, muscle cool down, and stretch) MAJORFITNESSPRINCIPLES
Frequency, intensity, time, type FITT
How often FREQUENCY
How hard INTENSITY
How long TIME
Which activity TYPE
Ability to move joints through rom (improved through daily stretching) FLEXIBILITY
Person who buys or used products or services CONSUMER
Taking food into body through mouth CONSUMPTION
Ability to use senses with body parts or 2 or more body parts together COORDINATION
Measurement of strength and endurance of ab. muscles CURLUPS/SITUPS
Lack of water DEHYDRATION
Avoiding junk foods to improve body comp. and balance intake of nutrients DIET
Suggestion for following healthy eating and active living DIETARYGUIDLINES
Ability to perform tasks over period of time ENDURANCE
Amount of food energy = amount energy being used ENERGYBALANCE
Amount of calories used up ENERGYEXPIDENTURE

Unit 1 Fitness for Life Test Review Crossword

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Description

ability of the body systems to work together efficiently Physical Fitness
state of being that allows you to reach your fullest potential Wellness
balance of spiritual, physical, emotional, social and mental well being Health
amount of energy needed to sustain life Metabolism
a health problem caused by a lack of physical activity Hypokinetic
How hard you work Intensity
Duration of your workout Time
Improvements in personal fitness occur in the muscles that you overload during work Specificity Principle
The activity you choose Type
Rate at which you change the FITT of your workouts Progression Principle
The bottom level (Level 1) of the physical activity pyramid Lifestyle
The top level (Level 4) of the physical activity pyramid Sedentary

lesson 4 word search

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Description

resting heart rate
cool down
fitt
workout
warm up
specificity
progression
overload
anaerobic exercise
aerobic exercise
excercise
body composition
flexibility
muscular endurance
muscular strength
metabolism
osteoporosis
sedentary lifestyle
physical fitness
physical activity

Fitness Crossword Puzzle

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Crossword
Description

The M in BMI stands for? Mass
Drink this daily Water
The Range of motion of joints and mobility of muscles Flexibility
Normal Range is less than 120/80 Blood Pressure
____ Syndrome is a cluster of conditions that increase the risk of heart disease, stroke, and diabetes Metabolic
Physical activity to sustain or improve health and fitness Exercise
Acronym for goals that are Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Timely SMART
The I in the F.I.T.T principle stands for? Intensity
Cobra and downward dog are ____ poses Yoga
Walk for a long distance, usually in the woods Hiking
Exercise that increases heart rate and the use of oxygen Aerobic
____ Training using less reps and higher weights Strength

Health: F I T T crossword

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Description

What does F in F.I.T.T stand for frequency
What rate does intensity target? heart
The target zone is the........in which your body should be working? range
Each training session must last for 20 min ................ continuously
What aerobic activity starts with "s"? swimming
What does the last "T" in F.I.T.T stand for? Type
The FITT principle is a set of..... rules
Intensity improves your heart and .... lungs
What sportspeople push themselves to work above the training zone? competitive
Max. heart rate=220-? age

Physical Activity Crossword

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Crossword
Description

Any form of movement that causes your body to use energy PHYSICALACTIVITY
Involving little physical activity. SEDENTARY
The ability of your heart, lungs, and blood vessels to send fuel and oxygen to your tissues during long periods of moderate to vigorous activity. CARDIORESPIRATORYENDURANCE
The amount of force your muscles can exert MUSCULARSTRENGTH
The ability of your muscles to perform physical tasks over a period of time without tiring MUSCULARENDURANCE
The ability to move your body parts through their full range of motion. FLEXIBILITY
A test you can do to measure cardiorespiratory endurance STEPTEST
Choosing the right types of activities to improve a given element of fitness. SPECIFICITY
Exercising at a level that's beyond your regular daily activities. OVERLOAD
Gradually increasing the demands on your body PROGRESSION
Gentle cardiovascular activity that prepares the muscles for work. WARMUP
Low-level activity that prepares your body to return to a resting state. COOLDOWN
"F" in F.I.T.T. formula FREQUENCY
"I" in the F.I.T.T. formula. INTENSITY
The number of times your heart beats per minute when you are not active. RESTINGHEARTRATE
A risk of physical activity in the cold weather that damages the skin and tissues caused by extreme cold. FROSTBITE
A dangerous condition in which the body loses its ability to cool itself through prespiration. HEATSTROKE
Overstretching and tearing a muscle.n STRAIN
Injuries to the ligaments around a joint that produces pain, swelling, and stiffness. SPRAIN
Acronym used to help remember how to treat an injury. PRICE