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Area of fitness that measures the ability to make quick, coordinated movements?
To be physically ready to handle anything that comes your way is to be?
Rhythmic, nonstop moderate to vigorous activity that requires large amounts of oxygen.
Intense physical activity that requires little oxygen but uses short bursts of energy. (a)
The measure of how well your heart and lungs work when you exercise
The ratio of body fat to lean body tissue
heart and lung endurance
In the FITT principle, this means how hard you work
In the FITT principle, this means how long you work
In the FITT principle, this means either aerobic or anaerobic
In the FITT principle, this means how often you work
What does the P in PRICE stand for?
What does the R in PRICE stand for?
What does the I in PRICE stand for?
What does the C in PRICE stand for
What does the E in Price stand for
A normal resting heart rate in between (a)and (b) heart beats a minute
To figure out your target heart rate, you need to subtract your age from what number
How many calories equal 1 pound of fat
What does B M I stand for when it comes to physical health?
Believe Mentally Informed
Big Mean Iguana
Broadcast Music Industries
Body Mass Index
Match the area of fitness to the fitness test we use in P.E. to measure it.
Cardio Vascular Endurance
sit and reach
Skill related component that is a combination of muscle strength and speed.
Condition caused by excessive water loss
A dangerous drop in body temperature
Physical activity that prepares the body for a more vigorous workout.
Physical activity that prepares the body to go back to its normal resting heart rate
Regular activity and exercise that prepares a person for a sport is called
Any form of bodily movement that used up energy is known as Physical Activity.
Units of heat that measure the available energy in foods is called
The feeling of stability and control over your body?
Switching between different activities and exercises on different days is called
What is the range of numbers which your heart and lungs receive the most benefit?
Target Heart Rate
Max Heart Rate
Resting Heart Rate
Ascended Heart Rate
Which of the following is not taken into account when using the BMI
What is the bad type of stretching that could cause injury?