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fast-twitch fibers
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Chapter 7 Word Search

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Stretching
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Specificity
Fiber
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Preseason conditioning
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Isometric exercise
isokinetic exercise
Hypertrophy
Flexibility
Fast-twitch fiber
Dynamic exercise
Circuit training
Conditioning
Cardiorespiratory
Ballistic stretching
Atrophy
Adaptation

Sports medicine(Prehabilitation and Preseason conditioning) Crossword

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Something Adaption
Something Atrophy
Something Ballistic stretching
Something Cardiorespiratory conditioning
Something Fast twitch fiber
Something Flexibility
Something Hypertrophy
Something Isokinetic exercise
Something Isometric exercise
Something Manual resistance training
Something Motor unit
Something Overload
Somethinf Prehabilation
Something Rehabilitation
Something Slow twitch fiber
Stretching Stretching

Chapter 7 Word Search

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stretching
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slow-twitch fiber
reversibility
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preseason conditioning
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manual resistance training
isotonic exercise
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isokinetic exercise
hypertrophy
flexibility
fast-twitch fiber
dynamic exercise
circuit training
ballistic stretching
atrophy
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Sports med Word Search

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Adaptation
Atrophy
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Cardio respiratory
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Conditioning
Dynamics excercise
Fast-twitch fiber
Fiber
Flexibility
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Isokinetic excercise
Isometric excercise
Manual resistance
Motor unit
Overload
PNF
Prehabilitation
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Progressive resistance exc.
Rehabilitation
Reversibility
Slow-twitch
Specificity
Static stretching
Stretching
Training

strength and conditioning search Word Search

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Reversibility
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dynamic
passive
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Stretching
Muscular Power
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atrophy
Hypertrophy
Circuit Training
Prehabilitation
Stability
Mobility
muscle endurance
muscle strength
isokinetic
eccentric
concentric
isotonic
isometric

Muscle Structure Crossword

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the wasting away of muscles ATROPHY
increase in diameter of muscle fibers from forceful, repeated activity HYPERTROPHY
_______ CONTRACTION - tension is generated but no movement occurs ISOMETRIC
______ CONTRACTION - a load is moved ISOTONIC
essential for maintaining posture MUSCLE TONE
one somatic motor neuron and the cells it stimulates MOTOR UNIT
inability to contract muscle after prolonged activity MUSCLE FATIGUE
______ CONTRACTION - a muscle shortens to produce force and movement CONCENTRIC
______ CONTRACTION - a muscle lengthens while maintaining force and movement ECCENTRIC
stiffness and tenderness 12-48 hours after strenuous exercise DOMS
muscular rigidity beginning 3-4 hours after death RIGOR MORTIS
the form of energy used by all living things ATP

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

Chapter 7 Vocabulary Crossword

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the action of restoring someone to health or normal life through training and therapy Rehabilitation
a form of strength training, aims to prevent injuries before the actual occurrence Prehabilitation
process of the body getting accustomed to a particular exercise or training program through repeated exposure Adaptation
the enlargement of an organ or tissue from the increase in size of its cells Hypertrophy
waste away, typically due to the degeneration of cells Atrophy
is a method of increasing the ability of muscles to generate force Progressive Resistance Exercise
in order to improve, athletes must continually work harder as their bodies adjust to existing workouts Overload
what you do in the gym should be relevant and appropriate to your desired outcome Specificity
made up of a motor neuron and the skeletal muscle fibers innervated by that motor neuron's axonal terminals Motor Unit
can work for a long time without getting tired Slow Twitch Fiber
good for rapid movements like jumping to catch a ball or sprinting for the bus Fast Twitch Fiber
dictates that athletes lose the beneficial effects of training when they stop working out Reversibility
type of strength training in which the joint angle and muscle length do not change during contraction Isometric Exercises
involve movement and are usually implemented during an active warm-up for a higher intensity activity Dynamic Exercises
form of exercise that will allow you to have productive training sessions without having to rely on any equipment at all Manual Resistance Training
provides a variable resistance to a constant limb movement Isokinetic Exercise
form of body conditioning or resistance training using high-intensity aerobics Circuit Training
form of physical exercise in which a specific muscle is flexed or stretched in order to improve the muscle's felt elasticity Stretching
capacity of a joint or muscle to move through its full range of motion Flexibility
a stretch is held in a challenging but comfortable position for a period of time, usually somewhere between 10 to 30 seconds Static Stretching
uses the momentum of a moving body or a limb in an attempt to force it beyond its normal range of motion Ballistic Stretching
regular physical training in aerobic activities over an extended period of time Cardiorespiratory Conditioning
common practice for increasing range of motion PNF

PE TERMS Word Search

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rest and recovery
maximal heart rate
isokinetic
isometric
anaerobic
aerobic
vein
artery
cardiovascular system
respiratory system
cardiovascular fitness
one repetition max
calisthenics
plyometrics
hypermobility
range of motion
isotonic
muscular endurance
muscular strength
flexibility

Muscular system Worksheet

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abductor Draws away
amputation surgical removal of limb
ataxia lack of muscle coordination
atonic lack of normal tone
atrophy waste away
bradykinesia slow movement
clonic turmoil in muscles
contraction drawing up muscle fiber
diaphragm major breathing muscle
dystrophy abnl development, nourishment
fascitis inflammation of fascia
fibromyalgia muscle fiber pain
intramuscular IM, within the muscle
isometric equal measure
myasthenia muscle weakness
myopathy muscle disease
neuromuscular muscle and nerve
prosthesis artificial device
sternocleidomastoid sternum clavicle mastoid