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HPS 1570/01 Mrs. Doris J Morris Cardio & Exercise Principles
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Cardiorespiratory endurance – The body’s ability to sustain vigorous exercise. Flexibility – The range of motion around the joints. Body Composition – The amount of fat versus lean muscle in the body. Muscular strength – The maximum amount of force a muscle can exert in a single contraction. Muscular endurance – The capacity of exert repetitive muscular force. Conponents of Health-Related Fitness
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Speed Power Balance Coordination Agility Reaction Time Performance Related Fitness
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It is important to gradually and safely prepare your body for physical activity. Warm up should use total body aerobic-type exercises to gradually increase heart rate, blood flow to muscles and rate and depth of breathing. Warm-up for approximately 10 minutes. Activities: Walking, jogging, cycling, etc. Warm-up
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