AIT Quiz 1 09 - AIT Quiz 1 Due: Monday Sept 21st @ 11:59pm...

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AIT Quiz 1 Due: Monday Sept 21st @ 11:59pm Short Answer: Fill in with the best possible response. Please use your text: BESG, 1, 2,3 The FITT Principle stands for: F: Frequency - # of sessions a week I: Intensity - Difficulty of exercise T: Time - Duration of exercise period T: Type - What type of activity was performed The Principle of Overload is defined as: To get the results you want (achieve desired improvements as phrased in the book), you have to overload your body beyond what it is presently capable of doing. The Principle of Progression is defined as: To continue to improve/make progress with your fitness level, you must continue to increase the frequency, intensity, time interval and/or mode of exercise. The Principle of Specificity is defined as: S: Specific A: Adaptation to I: Imposed D: Demands The Principle of Reversibility is defined as: Should you decrease/stop your current training regiment, your body will "detrain." For cardiovascular activity, it's a 2 week period; for strength/endurance fitness, it's about 2-3 months. The Principle of Overtraining is defined as: Overtraining occurs when you don't give your body time to recover after the stress of exercise. The 3 main components of fitness utilized in Group Exercise are:
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This note was uploaded on 10/27/2009 for the course PE 1231 at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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AIT Quiz 1 09 - AIT Quiz 1 Due: Monday Sept 21st @ 11:59pm...

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