The ability of body systems to gather, process, and deliver oxygen.
The ability of body systems to process, deliver, store, and utilize energy.
The ability of a muscular unit, or combination of muscular units, to apply force.
The ability to maximize the range of motion at a given joint.
The ability of a muscular unit, or combination of muscular units, to apply maximum force in minimum time.
The ability to minimize the time cycle of a repeated movement.
The ability to combine several distinct movement patterns into a singular distinct movement.
The ability to minimize transition time from one movement pattern to another.
The ability to control the placement of the bodies center of gravity in relation to its support base.
The ability to control movement in a given direction or at a given intensity.
The combination of all of the tissues that make up the body such as bones muscle, organs and body fat.
The ability to keep the body in a steady position while standing and moving.
The ability to combine strength with speed while moving.
Cardiovascular _______ - The ability of the heart, lungs, blood vessels, and blood to work efficiently and to supply the body with oxygen.
The ability to use your joints fully through a wide range of motion.
The ability to get from one place to another in the shortest possible time.
The ability to move quickly once a signal to start moving is received.
The ability of muscles to lift a heavy weight or exert a lot of force one time.
The ability of body parts to work together when you perform an activity.
The ability to change body positions quickly and keep the body under control when moving.
The ability to use muscles for a long period of time without tiring.
There are 11 components of ______________-
The ability of the performer to change the position of their body quickly, whilst keeping their entire body under control
The ability to exercise the entire body for a long period of time. It relates to the efficiency of the heart and lungs.
The ability to use voluntary muscles many times without getting tired
The range of movement possible at a joint or series of joints.
The amount of force a muscle can exert against a resistance.
The ratio of muscle, bone and fat in the body.
The ability of the performer to move two or more body parts accurately and smoothly in response to stimuli from the senses.
The ability of the performer to retain their centre of mass over their base of support
A combination of strength and speed – it is the ability to do strength performances quickly (power = strength × speed).
The rate at which a performer is able to perform a movement or cover a set distance.
The amount of time it takes for a performer to initiate movement after the presentation of a stimulus.
A state of complete mental, physical and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.
The ability to meet the demands of the environment.
A form of physical activity done primarily to improve health and physical fitness
How well a task is completed.
Immediate, temporary care given to an ill or injured person
Actions taken to prevent the spread of disease
To control bleeding to a wound you should apply
Burns are classified by the ______ of the burn
A sequence of actions that maximize the victim's chance of survival
Cool and wrap with gauze
A device that delivers an electric shock
Failure of the cardiovascular system
First aid procedure that combines rescue breaths with chest compressions
Sudden and painful tightening of a muscle
Injury to a muscle that resultts from overuse
What happens when the blood supply to the brain is temporarily inadequate
Jarring injury to the brain
Any substance that causes illness, injury or death when introduced into the body
Poisonous substance secreted by a snake or spider
Calling 911 is the ____ link in the chain of survival
Proper steps to using a Fire Extinguisher
When treating minor strains and sprains use this acronym
Another term for aerobic fitness is _______________ fitness
____________ is the ability of your body to continuously provide enough energy to sustain levels of exercise
Muscular ____________ is the ability of a muscle to make repeated contractions over a period of time
Balance is the ability to maintain ______________ whilst still or moving
Benefits of cardiovascular fitness include faster removal of waste products (________ acid)
_____________ is the ability of a muscle to exert a force to overcome a resistance
Flexibility ___________ the risk of injury in sports
If we become less flexible then our joints become ________
Speed is defined as the ___________ to move a body part quickly
Being ___________ is being able to change your direction and speed when travelling quickly and efficiently
___________ related fitness can be broken down into the technical aspects of sport performance
Body composition refers to the amount of muscle, fat, ________, cartilage that makes up our bodies
Balance while moving is often referred to as ____________ balance.
Coordination is the ability to use the body parts and __________ to produce smooth efficient movements
___________ is the product of strength and speed together
_________________ coordination is vital in racket sports
____________ time is how quickly your brain can respond to a stimulus and initiate a response
Agility is common in sports such as ____________
Being flexible reduces the likelihood of _______ pain
Muscular endurance is important in swimming when __________ a stroke
The oxidation, decomposition, and synthesis of fats in the tissues is known as fat _________
Strength is vitally important in sports and __________ life
________ body fat can lead to many health problems
Flexibility is usually controlled by the __________ of muscles
place where substances are exchanged between the blood and body cells
the liquid part of blood
a flap of tissue that prevents blood from flowing backward
bloodvessles that carry blood back to the heart
take up oxyhgen in the blood and deliver it to cells elsewhere in the body
the body's disease fighters
consists of the heart, blood vessels, and blood
(singular) lower chambers of the heart
(singular) upper chambers of the heart
the process by which molecules move from an area of higher concentration to an area of lower concentration
largest artery in the body
a force exerted by blood against the walls of blood vessels
the alternating expansion and relaxation of the artery walls
a group of heart cells that sends out signals that make the heart muscle contract
hollow, muscular organ that pumps blood throughout the body
blood vessles that carry blood away from the heart
iron-containing protein that binds chemically to oxygen molecules
For every action, there is an opposite reaction.
Maximum speed of a falling object
Used to show the relative magnitude and direction of all forces acting upon an object in a given situation
Acceleration of an object depends on the net force acting on it and the mass of the object
Force per unit area: standard unit is the Pascal
1 newton per square meter
Substance that continually deforms (flows) under an applied shear stress
The resistance an object has to a change in its state of motion
One value increases at the same rate that the other decreases
Similar to Newton's First Law
Object at rest will stay at rest and an object in motion will stay in motion with the same speed and in the same direction unless acted upon by an unbalanced force
International System of Units - Unit of force
Velocity at which a falling object stops accelerating
Frictional force air exerts on a moving object
Force acting in one direction
Process by which elementary particles interact with each other
Unit of mass equal to 1000 grams
Force acting in the opposite direction
The quantity of matter in a body
Resistance that one surface object encounters when moving over another
Measure of the force of gravity on a body
The ability to continuously exercise without tiring?
The ability of the body to move quickly?
The ability of the muscle or group of muscles in the body to repeadly contract or keep going without rest?
The combination of strength and speed?
The amount or range of movement that you can have around a joint?
The ability of repeating a pattern or sequence of movements with fluency and accuracy?
The ability to keep your body mass or centre of mass over a base of support?
The time it takes for you to initiate an action or movement?
The ability of a muscle to exert force for a short period of time?
The ability to change direction under control and maintaining speed, balance and power?
Time taken to cover a set distance.
The ability to exert a large amount of force in a single maximum effort.
The range of movement at a joint.
The combination of speed and strength.
Ability to move two or more body parts at the same time.
The ability to use voluntary muscles, over long periods of time without getting tired.
The ability of the heart and circulatory system to meet the demands of the body for a long period of time.
The time between the presentation of a stimulus and movement.
Ability to change direction with speed.
Ability of the performer to retain their centre of mass over their base of support.
the ability of your body systems to work together efficiently
percentage of body weight that is made up of body fat
movement using the large muscles of the body
ability to use your joints fully through a wide range of motion
state of being that enables one to reach his/her fullest potential
ability to use your muscles many times without tiring
parts of physical fitness that help a person stay healthy
ability to exercise your entire body for long periods of time without stopping
parts of fitness that help a person perform well in sports and activities
a zone that one is aiming to get while exercising
the ability to change the position of one's body quickly and to control one's body movements.
age related number of beats per minute of the heart when working at its maximum
ability to keep an upright posture while standing still or moving
number of heartbeats during a period of inactivity
ability to use your senses together with your body parts or to use two or more body parts together
ability to perform a movement or cover a distance in a short period of time
ability to use strength quickly
amount of time it takes to move once you realize the need to act.
BODY TO USE ENERGY
ENOUGH ENERGY TO RESPOND TO UNEXPECTED DEMANDS
MAINTAINS PHYSICAL FITNESS
INVOLVING LITTLE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
HEART, LUNGS, AND BLOOD VESSELS
AMOUNT OF FORCE YOUR MUSCLES CAN EXERT
MUSCLES TO PERFORM PHYSICAL TASKS OVER A PERIOD OF TIME
FULL RANGE OF MOTION
PRODUCE ENERGY WITHOUT USING OXYGEN
CHOOSING THE RIGHT TYPES OF ACTIVITIES
BEYOND YOUR REGULAR DAILY ACTIVITIES
INCREASING DEMANDS ON YOUR BODY
PREPARES THE MUSCLES FOR WORK
EXERCISING AT YOUR HIGHEST PEAK
PREPARES YOUR BODY TO RETURN TO A RESTING STATE
DAMAGE TO SKIN AND TISSUE IN EXTREME COLD WEATHER
LOW BODY TEMPERATURE
OVERWORKING THE BODY
PHYSICAL STRESS ON THE BODY CAUSED BY OVERHEATING
DANGEROUS CONDITION IN WHICH THE BODY LOSES THE ABILITY TO COOL ITSELF
OVERSTRETCHING AND TEARING A MUSCLE
INJURIES TO THE LIGAMENT AROUND A JOINT
A PROCESS TO CONTROL SWELLING AFTER AN INJURY