A unit of measurement that refers to the relative energy demands of an activity

A unit of measurement that refers to the relative

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A unit of measurement that refers to the relative energy demands of an activity in comparison to your energy demands in a resting state watt A measure of power (work performed per unit of time) involving unknown force distance in time frame specificity of training The fact that the effects of training are specific to the manner in which the training is conducted and the activity employed as a training stimulus aerobic overtraining Refers to the fact that more is not automatically better when it comes to exercise exercise intensity How hard one is exercising relative work intensity Refers to the fact that work (exercise)is related by the ratio of the energy required for the work to your resting (or basal) requirement. i.e Hard work is categorized as that requiring (3 to 8 times) the resting metabolic weight (3 to 8 mets) heavy work is considered to be any exercise at a 9 met level or greater exercise duration the length of time of the training session Exercise Frequency How often you exercise aerobic exercise prescription The fact that the fundamental precept for achieving optimal aerobic improvement identifying the right amount of aerobic exercise necessary. training zone Defined zones typically based on heart rate that determines at which level of intensity and individual should be training Excess Postexercise Oxygen Consumption (EPOC) A measurably increased rate of oxygen intake following strenuous activity intended to erase the body's oxygen deficit proprioceptive feedback information about the position of our limbs and body parts in relation to other body parts cross training Refers to a style of training in which individuals engage various types of sports or exercises in order to gain a well rounded health and muscular development compound exercises
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Exercises that engage 2 or more different joints To fully stimulate entire muscle groups and multiple muscles Explain the guidelines to ensure safety when using an exercise bicycle •Basic geometry of the machine should be such that the cycles petals should be located as close as possible to the seat post •The further away the pedals are from the seat post a higher the level of sheer force on your knees •The load forces resistance that you must overcome while cycling should be relativelyProportional to your cycling speed •Use low resistance at low speeds in heavier resistance at higher speeds why is cycling considered an effective form of aerobic exercise •It places a substantial demand on your heart and lungs •They can burn up to 900 calories per hour while helping to condition the leagues and the cardiovascular system what are the aerobic benefits of rowing?
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