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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

Glencoe Health Chapter 4 Word Search

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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

Health 10 Crossword

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Description

Any form of movement that causes your body to use energy. Physical activity
The ability to carry out daily tasks easily and have enough reserve energy to respond to unexpected demands. Physical fitness
Purposeful physical activity that is planned, structured, and repetitive, and that improves or maintains physical fitness Exercise
Involving little physical activity Sedentary
The amount of force your muscles can exert Muscular strength
The ability of your muscles to perform physical tasks over a period of time without tiring Muscular endurance
The ability to move your body parts through their full range of motion Flexibility
Includes all rhythmic activities that use large muscle groups for an extended period of time Aerobic exercise
Involves intense, short bursts of activity in which the muscles work so hard that they produce energy without using oxygen Anaerobic exercise
Choosing the right types of activities to improve a given element of fitness Specificity
Gradually increasing the demands on your body Progression
Gentle cardiovascular activity that prepares the muscles for work Warm-up
The part of an exercise session when you are exercising at your highest peak Workout
Low-level activity that prepares your body to return to a resting state Cool-down
Damage to the skin and tissues caused by extreme cold Frostbite
Dangerously low body temperature Hypothermia
Overworking the body Overexertion
A form of physical stress on the body caused by overheating Heat exhaustion
A dangerous condition in which the body loses its ability to cool itself through perspiration Heatstroke
Result from overstretching and tearing a muscle Strains

Physical Activity Crossword

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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

Physical Fitness Crossword

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This type of exercise is intense, has short bursts of activity working your muscles so hard they produce energy without oxygen ANAEROBIC
Exercising at a level that's beyond your regular daily activities OVERLOAD
This type of exercise involves rhythmic activities that use large muscle groups for an extended period of time. Aerobic
Means working out on a regular basis Regularity
Over working the body Overexertion
This type of exercise exerts resistance against a muscle as it moves through a motion at a steady rate Isokinetic
Physical activity that is planned, structured, and repetitive Exercise
Overstretching and tearing a muscle Strain
Uses muscle tension to improve strength with little or no movement of the body parts Isometric
There are how many elements of fitness? Five
The ability to move your body parts through their full range of motion Flexibility
The letter "C" in the acronym P.R.I.C.E stands for? Compress

Fitness Crossword

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Description

______ heath: Anything dealing with your body. Physical
The hearts purpose is to keep ______ pumping Blood
Refers to the ability of each joint to express its full range of motion Flexibility
Keeping your health ______ in complete balance can keep you and your body heathly Triangle
Muscular _____: is the most weight you can lift or the most force you can exert at one time. Strength
Gentle exercises ______ to prepare your muscles for moderate to vigorous activity warmup
_____ composition refers to the ratio of body fat Body
Your body should be consistently working at ______ during exercise. Target Heart Rate
Listening to music is one example of how to mange _____ stress
It is recommended that teenagers get ______ hours of sleep Nine
To improve your physical health you can ______, eat healthy, and have good hygiene. exercise
Training and lifting _____ focusing on muscular strength and endurance. weights
The ability to move joints fully and easily through a full range of motion is is ______ Flexibility
The maximum force a muscle or muscle group can produce is _______. Muscular Strength
Is the ability of a sports performer to quickly and precisely move or change direction without losing their balance is _________ Agility
Expressing your feelings your feelings in t positive was is an example of ________ health. mental
_______ composition refers to the ratio of body fat moderate vigorous activity. Body
______ calipers are another way body composition can be measured. Skin
______ is when you get along with one another and you interact Social Health
Gentle exercise that let your body adjust to ending a workout is ______ cool down

Fitness and Wellness Crossword

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the ability of your body systems to work together efficiently Physical Fitness
percentage of body weight that is made up of body fat Body Composition
movement using the large muscles of the body Physical Activity
ability to use your joints fully through a wide range of motion Flexibility
state of being that enables one to reach his/her fullest potential Wellness
ability to use your muscles many times without tiring Muscular Endurance
parts of physical fitness that help a person stay healthy Health-Related Physical Fitness
ability to exercise your entire body for long periods of time without stopping Cardiovascular Fitness
parts of fitness that help a person perform well in sports and activities Skill- Related Physical Fitness
a zone that one is aiming to get while exercising Target heart rate
the ability to change the position of one's body quickly and to control one's body movements. Agility
age related number of beats per minute of the heart when working at its maximum Maximum Heart Rate
ability to keep an upright posture while standing still or moving Balance
number of heartbeats during a period of inactivity Resting Heart Rate
ability to use your senses together with your body parts or to use two or more body parts together Coordinaiton
ability to perform a movement or cover a distance in a short period of time Speed
ability to use strength quickly Power
amount of time it takes to move once you realize the need to act. Reaction Time

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

Fitness Crossword

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Description

Body composition can be measured by a ______ calculator. BMI
_____ calipers are another way body composition can be measured. Skin
Keeping your health ____ in complete balance can keep you and your body healthy Triangle
The heart's purpose is to keep ____ pumping through your body. Blood
Listening to music is one example of how to manage _____. Stress
Muscular ______: The most weight you can lift or the most force you can exert at one time. Strength
Anything dealing with the body is _____ Physical Health
Your body should be consistently working at _______ during exercises. Target heart rate
It is recommended that teenagers get _____ hours of sleep. Nine
To improve your physical health you can _____ eat healthy, and have good hygiene. Exercise
Training and lifting ____ focuses on muscular strength and endurance. Weights
A combination of physical,mental/ emotional, and social well- being is _____. Health
Expressing your feelings in positive ways is an example of mental/______ health. Endurance
The 3 phases of an exercise/ work-out program are warm up, ____, and cool down. Activity
The highest heart rate an individual cans safely achieve through exercise stress is ______. Maximum heart rate
The ability to move joints fully and easily through a full range of motion is ______. Flexibility
Gentle exercises _____ to prepare your muscles for moderate to vigorous activity. Warm-up
_____ composition refers to the ration of body fat to lean body tissue. Body
______ is when you get along with one another and you interact. Social Health
_______: Gentle exercises that let your body adjust to ending a workout. Cool- down

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

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY Word Search

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Word Search
Description

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