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football
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frequency
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knowledge
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mile
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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

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY Word Search

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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

PHYSICAL FITNESS Word Search

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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

Aerobic Fitness Training Word Search

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breathing scale
rest
pedometer
injuries
cross training
frequency
lactate
heart rate
intensity
miles
calories
run
jog
walk
exercise
swimming
fitness
aerobic

Aerobics & Body Conditioning Vocabulary Crossword

Type
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Description

Exercise that uses oxygen and strengthens the cardiovascular system Aerobic
The capacity of the heart and lungs to sustain aerobic exercise endurance
without oxygen, such as high-intensity interval training (HIIT) anaerobic
the level of exercise intensity at which lactic acid builds up in the muscle tissue faster than it can be cleared away. anaerobic threshold
a measur of the amount of times the heart beats in a minute beats per minute
a component of fitness that measures the amount of fat to lean muscle body composition
A clinical measure of body fat based on height and weight in males and females BMI
relating to the heart and lungs cardiorespiratory
relating to the circulatory system of the heart, lungs, and vessels cardiovascular
type of training that involves body conditioning within a series of prescribed exercises circuit training
a muscle action in which the muscle lengthens eccentric
muscle action in which the muscle shortens or contracts concentric
a muscle action by which tension is created without lengthening or shortening the muscle isometric
the capacity of a muscle to withstand repeated contractions endurance
A Swedish word that means a training method in which pace is variable and the last runner in line sprints to the front of the line. Fartlek
The acronym for Frequency, Intensity, Time, and Type FITT
Major source of enegy stored as glucose in the body glycogen
a measure of the amount of time the heart beats during an activity heart rate
A type of exercise that raises heart rate quickly and is difficult to sustain for longer than a few seconds high impact
a training method by which an athlete will vary speed and intensity of an exercise to affect heart rate Interval training
220-your age is how to calculate this: maximum heart rate
An unsafe training method that ignores rest and varaibility and results in illness and injury overtraining
the number of times a particular exercise is performed in a set reps
a method of training by which resistance (in the form of weights, bands, tubes, or body weight) is used to build muscle resistance training
a measure of maximum ventilatory capacity that can be positively affected by aerobic training VO2Max
a component of fitness that measure the suppleness/elasticity of muscle flexibility

Fitness Crossword Puzzle

Type
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 and Fitness Crossword

Type
Crossword
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 FITNESS CROSSWORD PUZZLE

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Crossword
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

Team sports and health Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A Class activity that has balls and strikes Softball
For the FITT principle, the 'F' stands for Frequency
For the FITT principle, the 'I' stands for: Intensity
In football, how many potential downs does the offense have before turning the ball over or getting another first down? four
Working your heart and lungs over a longer period of time cardiovascular
HR is short for: Heart rate
In soccer, when offensive player, without the ball is ahead of ball and only one defender between him/her and goal line. offsides
In basketball, when one player dribbles, picks the ball up and dribbles again double dribble
To lift heavier weight, low repititions Muscular strength
Lifting light weights and high repetitions: Muscular endurance
In floor hockey and lacrosse, this is the area that only the goalie is allowed crease
A type of hit used in volleyball that where the ball is hit forcefully downward spike
In soccer, when the defense kicks the ball over the end line, the offense earns a: corner kick
In floor hockey, players are not allowed to: high stick
To run at a constant speed for a longer duration. pace
In most games an infraction can also be called: foul
Position in football that throws the ball Quarterback
When the batter has four balls, he/she earns a: walk
When measuring your heart rate, how many seconds can you count your heart beats six
Sit and reach measures: flexibility
Hitting the softball over the fence. homerun
Stretching muscles while moving, versus holding stretches for a designated time dynamic
Putting the ball in play during volleyball serve
Keeping body healthy by drinking water hydrating
In softball, position between second and third base short stop
Fielding team gets two outs in one play double play
Running two laps at beginning of class, is part of: warmups
Before you can score in ultimate frisbee, there must be how many passes? five
scoring in soccer is also called a: fieldgoal
Being active, involved in fitness or sports promotes a _____ lifestyle healthy

FITNESS Bingo Cards

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Cardiovascular endurance
Muscular Endurance
MUSCULAR STRENGTH
FLEXIBILITY
BODY COMPOSITION
Light weight many times
Heavy weight a few time
amount of fat and muscle
stretching
heart and lung work
5 Components of Fitness
Fit Person
sit-ups
running
aerobic
increased heart rate
Resting Heart Rate
Heart is a muscle
Beats 140-160
push-ups
dynamic
static
% of fat to muscle
FITT principle

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