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PE 690 Weight training. Health Related Fitness. 5 Health Related Components Cardiorespiratory Fitness Muscular Strength Muscular Endurance Flexibility Body Composition. Cardiorespiratory Fitness.

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Pe 690 weight training

PE 690 Weight training

Health related fitness
Health Related Fitness

  • 5 Health Related Components

    • Cardiorespiratory Fitness

    • Muscular Strength

    • Muscular Endurance

    • Flexibility

    • Body Composition

Cardiorespiratory fitness
Cardiorespiratory Fitness

  • The ability of the heart and blood vessels to circulate blood through the body efficiently.

    • This is achieved through aerobic exercise.

      • Walking, biking, running, rowing…

Muscular endurance
Muscular Endurance

  • The ability to perform repeated muscular effort.

    • This is measured by counting how many times you can lift, push, pull, or press a certain weight.

    • Important for posture, everyday work, and athletics.

Muscular strength
Muscular Strength

  • The force within muscles

    • Measured by the MAXIMUM weight that you can lift, push, pull, or press in one effort.

      • Strength helps keep the skeleton in proper alignment, improve posture, prevent back and leg aches.

      • Muscle mass increases with strength.


  • The range of motion around specific joints.

    • The stretching you do to touch your toes or twist your torso.

    • This depends on many factors.

      • Your age, gender, and posture

      • How muscular you are

      • How much body fat you have

Body composition
Body Composition

  • The relative amounts of fat and lean tissue (bone, muscle, organs, and water) in the body.

    • High body fat has serious health implications

      • Heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes…

Nutrition and strength training
Nutrition and Strength Training

  • What to consume before…

    • Something small but that carries a sufficient amount of energy to get you through your workout.

    • It is compared to putting gas in your car.

      • PB&J !!!

      • Snack bar

      • Energy bar

    • WATER!!!!

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Nutrition and Strength Training

  • What to consume after…

    • Protein within 30 minutes after workout

      • Shakes (30–35 grams)

      • Solid food (1 egg provides 6 grams)

      • Milk (10 grams of protein)

    • Excess protein?

      • Body either excrete it, turn it to fat, or use it for energy.

Nutrition and strength training2
Nutrition and Strength Training

  • QUESTION #1:

    • How Much Protein Does Your Body Really Need?


    • At its simplest, your body has a baseline protein requirement that depends on a two main factors: lean body mass (muscle) and activity (type and amount).

    • The more muscle your body carries, the higher your protein requirement. Also, the more intense, the more frequent and the longer the activity you