Mr. Boss Essay

2571 WordsOct 16, 201211 Pages
FLVS PERSONAL FITNESS FINAL EXAM REVIEW STUDY GUIDE FITT principles 1. The principle of overload uses the FITT Varibles to accomplish overload. The Acronym FITT stands for: · Frequency- How often you exercise · Intensity- How hard you exercises (cardio- increase resistance, speed, distance, Muscle exercise increase weights) · Time- How long you exercise (cardio longer times, Muscle increase reps and sets) · Type- What type of exercise you are doing 2. If Terri were strteching 4 days per week, how many days per week whould she need to stretch to increase her fequency varible? (Frequency how often increase days) 3. If terri were holding a streetch for 25 seconds and increased to 30 seconds, which variable…show more content…
· Capillaries are important for exhchanging material btween bloo and the cells of the body. 5. The more oxygen the muscles receive, the more enery you will have 6. You pulse is caused by pressure of the blood on the artery wall, and it corresponds to your heart beat. 7. Cyclying, running, swimming, dancing, rollerblading, and rowing, are all good examples of cardiovascular activities 8. To increase intesntiy when running you could increase your pace or run up a hill. Flexibility and Stretching 1. Types of stretching: · Ballistic stretching refers to: stretching that invovles bobbing, bouncing or jerky movements that make use of the body’s momentum (not a good idea to do this) · Dynamic stretching refers to: streching done in a continous, slow, and controlled manner · Isostatic stretching refers to a form of stretching in which the body is pushed beyond its initial limit. · Static stretching refers to stretching that requires slow stretching the muscles and joints to fartherst point whithout causing pain. It is the type of stretch recommended when starting wrokout. 2. When you stretch, you should do so in a slow easy manner and never bounce. You should aslo work on a specific muscle group slowly and one at a time. 3. Doing head circles can be dangerous 4. Ligaments attach bone to bone 5. Tendonds attach muscle to bone 6. He minimum recommend
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