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CSULB KIN 146A - Jogging Study Guide The average resting heart rate (or pulse) of an adult Determining exercise target heart range The recommended minimum length of time, and the number of times per week a person should participate in aerobic activity in order to strengthen the heart and lungs Define: Intensity, Duration, Frequency, Muscular strength, Muscular endurance, Overload, Concentric, Isometric, and Eccentric Effective aerobic activities Flexibility Warm-up and cool-down Characteristics of fast-twitch and slow-twitch muscles How to best improve muscular strength; how to best improve muscular endurance How to best lose fat on the body The major contributing factor to developing muscle bulk Anabolic steroids Signs that activity has been too strenuous
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Unformatted text preview: Beginning about 30 years of age, if eating and exercise habits are not changed, approximately how much fat will we gain every year; approximately how much muscle tissue will we lose every year? Number of calories in one pound of fat The best way to control and prevent overweight problems Number of pounds a person should expect to lose each week to improve his/her chances for successfully maintaining the weight loss Fats: - best ones for cooking - beneficial fats are found in which foods - detrimental fats are found in which foods Healthy range of body fat percentage for men Healthy range of body fat percentage for women Methods of determining body fat percentage Specific benefits of regular, vigorous exercise Names of muscle groups “RICE”...
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