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Study Guide for Chapters 9-11 1. 5 Components of fitness and define a. Muscular Strength i. The amount of force a muscle can produce with a single maximum effort ii. Maximum push or pull b. Muscular Endurance i. The ability of a muscle or group of muscle to remain contracted or to contract repeatedly for a long period of time ii. The ability to continue c. Body Composition i. The proportion of fat and fat-free mass, like muscle, bone, and water, in the body. d. Flexibility i. The joints ability to move through their full range of motion ii. Range of motion e. Cardiovascular Endurance i. The ability of the body to perform prolonged, large muscle, dynamic exercise at moderate to high levels of intensity. 2. Athletic or performance related fitness a. What are some skills you would have if you were playing basketball?
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i. Hand-eye coordination 3. % of body fat of college men and women a. Men- 12-20% b. Women- 20-30% 4. Why exercise a. To improve and maintain your physical fitness b. Improves the cardiovascular system c. Reduce body fat d. Reduce stress e. Reduce the chance of diabetes or cancer 5. Factors that influence flexibility a. Stretching b. Age c. Gender (Women are more flexible) d. % of body fat e. Muscle mass 6. Who has more upper strength and who has lower strength? a. Men- Upper Strength b. Women- Lower Strength 7. Aerobic/Anaerobic a. Aerobic i. With Oxygen b. Anaerobic i. Without Oxygen
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ii. EX. A football player when they run to the end zone. They breath heavy when their done. 8. Nonaerobic a. Not getting any Oxygen b. EX. Bowling/Golfing i. You exercising but you’re not really working your body 9. Reversibility Principle a. If you don’t exercise, it can be reversed. Like you build up your stamina (ETC.) and then you stop for a few weeks. Your body will reverse what you have. b. Around 2 months to lose 50% of what you gained. You can also get it back quickly.
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