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Fitness For Life ( Introduction ). Phil Abbadessa. Look Good!. When you exercise it helps your appearance! People like to look good!. Feel Good!. Studies show that people that exercise regularly “feel good about life.”

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look good
Look Good!
  • When you exercise it helps your appearance!
  • People like to look good!
feel good
Feel Good!
  • Studies show that people that exercise regularly “feel good about life.”
  • Exercise help them to work better, and to resist fatigue, illness and injuries.
be healthy
Be Healthy
  • Research shows that one thing that would make adults happy is “good health”
  • If you are active and fit you are less likely to suffer from heart disease, backache, or obesity.
  • Can also lower the risk of high blood pressure, ulcers, and even some forms of cancer.
health related physical fitness
Health Related Physical Fitness
  • Physical fitness is made up of eleven parts; five parts are health- related, six parts are skill-related. As the names imply, health-related fitness helps you perform well in sports and activities the require certain skills.
cardiovascular fitness
Cardiovascular Fitness
  • The ability to exercise your entire body for long periods of time.
  • Requires a strong heart, healthy lungs, and clear blood vessels to supply your body with oxygen.
  • It is the amount of force your muscles can produce.
  • People with good strength can perform daily tasks efficiently, that is with the least amount of effort.
muscular endurance
Muscular Endurance
  • Ability to use your muscles many times without tiring.
  • They are able to resist fatigue than people who lack good muscular endurance.
  • Ability to use your joints fully- through a wide range of motion.
  • People with good flexibility have fewer sore of injured muscles.
body fatness
Body Fatness
  • People who are in the proper range of body fatness are more likely to avoid illness.
  • They also even have lower death rates than those outside these ranges.
  • Too little or too much body fat can cause health problems.
skill related physical fitness
Skill-Related Physical Fitness
  • Activities that help you to play sports.
  • Ability to change the position of your body quickly and to control your body’s movements.
  • Ability to keep an upright posture while standing still or moving.
  • Ability to use your senses together with your body parts, or to use two or more body parts together.
  • Ability to use strength quickly.
reaction time
Reaction Time
  • Amount of time it takes you to move once you realize the need to act.
  • Ability to perform a movement or cover a distance in a short period of time.
  • Make exercise an important part of your life!
  • Have a specific time of day that you choose to exercise!
  • Have a plan.
  • Write it down.
  • Make it a habit.