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bodily movement produced by skeletal muscles
transports chemical energy within cells for metabolism
fourth leading risk factor for global mortality causing an estimated 3.2 million deaths globally
muscle contraction with movement; full range of motion
produces detrimental and undersirable side effects especially in women
attained through an active lifestyle and moderate physical activity
formula of training volume
optimal heart rate
metabolismall energy and material transformation that occur within living cells and necessary to sustain life
blood pressure; the point where the sound disappears
muscle tissues; ability of a muscle to shorten in response to a suitable stimuli
loss of lean body mass, strength and function commonly associated with age
obtained by counting your pulse either on the wrist over the radial artery or over the carotid artery in the neck
muscle tissues; ability of a muscle fiber to recoil and resume its resting length
a type of physical activity that requires 'planned, structured and repetitive bodily movement to improve or maintain one or more components of fitness'
often called 'molecular unit of currency of intracellular energy transfer
general term used to describe the complex biochemical reactions involved in muscle formation and development
action phase; muscle lengthens
type of fiber; greater aerobic potential and slow speed of contraction
action phase; muscle shortens
no finger motion or body movement is visible during the test
number of times performed in a week
supplies energy to living cells through citric acid cycle (Krebs cycle); oxygen present; aternatively ferments to produce lactate when lacking
maximum amount of resistance an individual is able to lift in a single effort
muscle tissues; ability to be stretched or extended in response to a force
implies a level of activity that is lower than that required to maintain good health
a program designed to improve muscular strength and/or endurance thru a series of progressive resistance exercises that overload the muscular system and physiological development
nerves connecting nervous system to muscle
the transformation of glucose to pyruvate when limited amounts of oxygen (O2) are available
sum of all repetitions multiplied by the resistances during a training session
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ability of muscle to exert submaximal force repeatedly over time
strongest muscle
measured while the person is in the sitting position, with the forearm and the nanometer at the same level as the heart
tested by number of repetitions that can be made or length of time contraction can be held
measured by insulin sensitivity glucose tolerance and cholesterol levels
assesses blood pressure
especially important in preventing cardio-vascular disease
the amount of blood pumped by the heart in one beat
tightening or narrowing of a muscle
a condition involving enlargement of muscles
involves static contraction
type of fiber; greater anaerobic potential and fast speed of contraction
quantifies the amount of work performed during a training session
blood pressure; the point where the sound of the pulse again becomes audible
muscle tissues; ability to receive and respond to stimuli via generation of an electrical pulse which causes contraction of the muscle cells
amount of weight lifted by an individual
measured in terms of maximal amount of oxygen in the body
muscle contraction that produces little or no movement
core muscles
a measure of how efficiently your heart, lungs and muscles can operate during aerobic exercise
type of cell found in muscle tissue
the motor neuron and the muscle fiber it innervates
a contractile tissue in an animal's body used especially for movement
can be used to roughly estimate strength when time is a factor
ability of a muscle to exert maximum force against resistance
included in the core of the body
single most important component of physical fitness
number of repetitions performed for a given exercises
demands placed on a system must be increased systematically and progressively over time to cause physiological adaptation
amoung of energy an individual requires during resting conditions to sustain proper body function

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