Chapter Seven Cardiovascular Fitness

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Objectives. How can you measure your pulse rate?What benefits are gained from participation in activities promoting cardiovascular fitness?Which health risk factors can be controlled with cardiovascular training?. Objectives. How can the training principles be applied to improve cardiovascular fit

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Chapter Seven Cardiovascular Fitness

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1. Chapter Seven Cardiovascular Fitness The race is not always to the swift but to those who keep on trying.

2. Objectives How can you measure your pulse rate? What benefits are gained from participation in activities promoting cardiovascular fitness? Which health risk factors can be controlled with cardiovascular training?

3. Objectives How can the training principles be applied to improve cardiovascular fitness? How do you determine the rate at which your heart should be exercised? How do you know when it is safe to progress with your cardiovascular training?

4. Chapter 7 Value Information in this chapter will not only help you obtain additional energy and make you feel better, it will assist you in combating cardiovascular disease, the number one cause of death in the United States. It is estimated that over half of deaths caused by cardiovascular disease could have been prevented with a change in the person's lifestyle. All of us have control over six of the nine risk factors associated with cardiovascular disease. Engaging in physical activity to improve your cardiovascular fitness is perhaps your most important lifestyle decision.

5. Vocabulary caused by pressure of blood on an artery wall; corresponds to heart beat heart rate just after waking in the morning, before getting out of bed heart rate after exercise measure of blood force against the walls of the arteries condition in which fatty deposits build up on inner walls of arteries, causing narrowing of the arterial passageway

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