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2.1.1 Study: Physical Fitness Study Guide Health & Wellness Education Name: Date: Record key terms and their definitions in the table. Word Definition body composition The proportion of body fat to lean body mass body mass index A measure of body fat derived from comparing a person's height with his or her weight cardiorespiratory endurance The ability of the body's circulatory and respiratory systems to supply oxygen to the muscles during sustained physical activity exercise A physical activity that improves muscular or cardiorespiratory endurance, strength, flexibility, or body composition flexibility The quality of bending easily without breaking muscular endurance The ability of a muscle or group of muscles to sustain repeated contractions against a resistance for an extended period of time muscular strength The amount of force a muscle can produce with a single maximal effort
Page 1 of 25 Use this study sheet to keep track of the important concepts covered in this study. If you need help answering any of the questions, check with your instructor. Save these study sheets for review when preparing for quizzes and tests. Physical Fitness Why should a healthful lifestyle include a variety of activities? obesityThe condition of being grossly fat or overweightphysical activityAny activity that involves bodily movementphysical fitnessThe ability to preform demanding physical activities withoutgetting tiredsedentaryIncluding little to no physical activitysleep deprivationThe state of not getting the proper amount or quality of sleepsleep hygieneThe habits and behaviors that promote healthful sleeppatterns
Your body needs to be stretched all over. Not just one set or group of muscles and joints. Page 2 of 25 Complete the table. Give an example of each component of physical fitness. Use a different example or explanation than the one included in this study. Body Composition Page 3 of 25 Component Example or explanation Cardiorespiratory endurance The ability of the body's circulatory and respiratory systems to supply oxygen to the muscles during sustained physical activity. Jumping rope Muscular strength Lifting weights Muscular endurance The ability of muscles to do repetitive motions for a long period of time. Plank. Flexibility The ability to stretch and move joints and muscles is called flexibility. Stretching before a run. Body composition The proportion of body fat to lean body mass. Burpees

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