Study Guide for HNFE Final Exam

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Study Guide for Final Exam *Know Major Muscles: See Powerpoint *The Warmup *Benefits: *Increase heart rate and breathing rate *Increase body temp *Increase physiological readiness *Prevent injury *More enjoyable workout *Rhythmic movement *Dynamic stretching of major muscle groups *8-10 minutes in length *Proper squat cues: stand erect with neutral spine, feet shoulder width apart, barbell on meaty part of upper back, lower body as if sitting in a chair, weight over heels, 90 degree knee flexion, don’t round spine, don’t lift heels, don’t go too low, keep knees behind toes, look forward, don’t lock out joints *Beats: regular pulsations that have an even rhythm and occur in a continuous pattern of strong and weak pulsations *Tempo: the rate of spped of music, usually expressed in BPMs *Rhythm: a regular pattern of movement or sound that can be felt, heard, or seen *Phrase: two or more measure of music *Upbeat: the regular, weak pulsation in music occurring in a continuous pattern at an even rhythm *Downbeat: the regular strong pulsation in music occurring in a continuous pattern at an even rhythm *5 Components of fitness: cardiorespiratory endurance, body composition, muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility *Taking care of voice: keep cues short and avoid unnecessary vocalization, keep music at
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  • Fall '07
  • AEArner
  • delayed onset muscle soreness, major muscle groups, excessive anterior curvature, HR Max HR

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