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also called white fibers because of relatively poor blood supply
important to maintain an exercise regimen that is consistent, with exercise taking place at regular intervals
participants sit in a small machine called 'bod pod'
stretching technique; involves placing a muscle in its most lengthened position and holding for at least 30 seconds
stretching technique; uses momentum of a moving body or a limb in an attempt to force it beyond its normal range of motion
states that a person should start slowly and gradually increase the amount of exercise and keep overlaoding to avoid muscle soreness and injuries
morphine-like substances released from the pituitary gland during prolonged aerobic exercise
product of strength and speed
final measure of fitness
stretching technique; muscles are relaxed, in a passive state
heat-related fatigue
defined as the ability to move a body part quickly
far removed from shock theraphy
principle in which specific kinds of exercise need to be used to develop specific parts of the body
balance whilst moving is often called ___
training must be raised to a higher level than normal to create the extra demands to which the body will adapt
literal fat located within the body
muscle spasms caused by heat-induced changes in electrolyte balance in muscle cells
any body adaptation that happened as a result of your training will be reversed when you stop
ability to carry out activities of daily living without assistance from other individuals
ability to use the body parts and senses together to produce smooth efficient movements
ability to change your direction and the speed at which you are travelling, quickly and efficiently
exposes patients to x-ray beams of differing intensities and can be used to measure bone mineral density alongside body composition
stretching technique; requires impetus of a moving body or part to force a joint or joints beyond normal range of motion
a method of assessing your body composition - the measurement of body fat in relation to lean body mass
injury to the lower leg characterized by pain and irritation in the shin region
most accessible method for measuring body composition
painful menstruation
inability to function during exercise because of excessive fatigue or extreme feelings of discomfort
caused by the body's depletion of essential electrolytes or a breakdown in the coordination between opposing muscle groups
emergency situation resulting from the body being subjected to high atmospheric temperatures
stretching technique; muscles are lengthened gradually through a joint's complete range of motion and the final position is held for a few seconds
ability to move muscles and joints through their full range of motion
underwater weighing
system of exercise wherein a short period of intense effort is followed by a specific recovery period according to a precise ration (1:3) work to recovery
how hard you train
cessation of regular menstrual flow
consists of fat accumulation in adipose tissue
ability to maintain equilibrium whilst stationary, or moving.
sharp pain in the side of the abdomen
a training approach that uses a systematic variation in intensity and volume to enhance fitness and perrformance
comprised of all the body's non-fat tissues; includes bone, water, muscle and tissues
a breakdown in the body's ability to generate heat; a drop in body temperature below 95 degrees Fahrenheit
amount of energy required to digest food
how quickly your brain can respond to a stimulus and initiate a response
how long you will train
also called red fibers because of the proper blood supply that ensures proper amount of oxygen which allow them to work on a longer time
improve with practice and all six components determine your level of athletic ability
do exercises that fit your age
emotional behavioral and physical condition mark increased fatigue, decrease performance, persistent muscle soreness, mood disturbances, due to excessive training
stretching technique; also referred as relaxed stretching and static-passive stretching
refers to the absolute range of movement in a joint or series of joints, and legth in muscles
stretching technique; currently the fastest and most effective way known to increase static-passive flexibility
body's relative amount of fat to fat-free mass
fat required for normal physiological functioning

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