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Fitness Jeopardy. This method of training involves doing combinations of different activities like biking, running, swimming for muscle fitness. Cross Training. Set point occurs during training when your fitness level does this... .

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This method of training involves doing combinations of different activities like biking, running, swimming for muscle fitness.
  • Cross Training
set point occurs during training when your fitness level does this
Set point occurs during training when your fitness level does this...
  • Reaches your personal level of optimum fitness. After this fitness improvement slows or plateaus.
during exercise to avoid dehydration it is recommended that you drink water at this rate
During exercise to avoid dehydration it is recommended that you drink water at this rate...
  • ½ cup of water every 10 minutes
doing a hamstring stretch to improve the flexibility of the hamstring over time is an example of
Doing a hamstring stretch to improve the flexibility of the hamstring over time is an example of:
  • Specificity of training
t or f proteins are a primary source of energy
T or F – Proteins are a primary source of energy.
  • False – while proteins have about as much energy as a carbohydrate they are primarily used to help build tissues in the body.
  • Proteins usually get used as energy only after all carbs and fats are used up, such as during fasts or starvation.
an example of muscle endurance could be
An example of muscle endurance could be ...
  • Doing lots of bicep curls with light weights or
  • Repeated muscle contractions at moderate to light resistance without fatigue
this type of exercise might be doing 6 200 meter sprints with one minute rests in between
This type of exercise might be doing 6 – 200 meter sprints with one minute rests in between.
  • Interval
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The body’s ability to respond and adapt to exercise by becoming stronger, bigger, more flexible in fitness is called.
  • Training effect
the ability of the heart lungs and circulatory system to deliver oxygen to the muscles is called
The ability of the heart, lungs and circulatory system to deliver oxygen to the muscles is called ?
  • Cardio Vascular Fitness
stroke volume is a term to describe the heart s ability to do this
Stroke volume is a term to describe the heart’s ability to do this.
  • The amount of blood the heart can pump in one contraction or beat.
as you get in better cv shape what happens to stroke volume and why
As you get in better CV shape what happens to stroke volume and why?
  • Stroke volume increases because as you get fitter the heart muscle gets larger and stronger able to push more blood in a single beat. (the heart can double its size in a fit adult).
max v0 2 uptake is a measure of
Max V0 2 Uptake is a measure of …
  • The maximum amount of Oxygen your heart, lungs and circulatory system can deliver to the muscles in one minute
220 your age
220 – Your age = ??
  • Max Heart Rate
how do you calculate target heart rate thr
How do you calculate Target Heart Rate (THR)?
  • (220 – age) X 60% for lower level
  • (220 – age) X 80 % for upper level
how can thr be used to train
How can THR be used to train?
  • THR (Target Heart Rate) is how fast the heart has to beat (work) during an aerobic workout in order for an improvement to occur in CV fitness. You also need to keep the THR in the range for over 15 minutes about 3 to 5 times a week to see improvement.
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The length of time it takes your HR to return to pre exercise rates following aerobic activity is known as
  • Recovery time
as stroke volume increases due to improved cv fitness the resting hr will
As stroke volume increases due to improved CV fitness the Resting HR will ?
  • DROP - Just checking to see who was paying attention…
the f in fitt principles refers to this
The F in FITT Principles refers to this.
  • Frequency/How often we exercise
the t in fitt principles refers to
The T in FITT principles refers to:
  • The amount of Time you spend during the workout or
  • The Type of exercise you focus on
max hr x 60 to 80
Max HR X 60% to 80% = ???
  • Target Heart Rate. The HR needed during exercise to achieve CV fitness
how long minimum do you need to work at thr to achieve a training effect
How long (minimum) do you need to work at THR to achieve a training effect?
  • 15 minutes approximately and probably minimum 3 to 4 times a week.
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An example of this fitness component could be a sprinter leaping out of the starting blocks at the gun.
  • Power
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The principle of rest and recovery states the muscles need this amount of time to repair and recharge.
  • 24 to 48 hours
what foods contain the most vitamins and minerals
What foods contain the most vitamins and minerals?
  • Fruits and Vegetables. Recommended to eat a regular variety of Fruit (3cups) and Veggie servings (5 cups) each day to meet your dietary needs.
two factors that can result in a decrease in our fitness levels during training are
Two factors that can result in a decrease in our fitness levels during training are ...
  • Over training, stress, illness, aging, poor nutrition
during the first 2 to 3 minutes exercise is aerobic anaerobic
During the first 2 to 3 minutes exercise is Aerobic? Anaerobic?
  • Anaerobic - without oxygen
when lactic acid accumulates around the muscle what happens
When lactic acid accumulates around the muscle, what happens?
  • The muscle fatigues and won’t be able to contract effectively
true or false lactic acid builds up during aerobic exercise
True or False: Lactic acid builds up during aerobic exercise.
  • False, lactic acid occurs during phase 2 of the anaerobic cycle when energy is produced without oxygen.
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During a run, the first 2/3 minutes energy is anaerobic before switching over to aerobic. At what point, or under what conditions, would it become anaerobic again?

  • If you broke into a sprint and the energy demand exceeds your ability to provide oxygen for energy, the system gets the extra energy anaerobic alactic.
  • This is known as crossing the Anaerobic Threshold – when you exceed the CV system ability to provide energy aerobically.
which energy phase does this formula describe adp pc atp c
Which Energy Phase does this formula describe? ADP + PC > ATP + C
  • Anaerobic Alactic, which last only for about 10 seconds until the stored ADP and PC in the muscle is used up.
what is this c6h12o6
What is this? C6H12O6
  • Glucose – energy stored in the muscles
what is happening in the last 15 minutes to the runner
What is happening in the last 15 minutes to the runner?
  • The runner has exceeded their CV ability to provide O2 to the muscles (Anaerobic Threshold) and now must produce energy using the Anaerobic Lactic phase 2.
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If you stay hydrated and don’t exceed the anaerobic threshold, what would eventually lead to exhaustion?
  • You run out of stored glucose energy.
how much stored energy does the average person have to use during exercise
How much stored energy does the average person have to use during exercise?
  • Between 1 and ½ to 2 hours.
what does bmr stand for
What does BMR stand for?
  • Basal Metabolic Rate
what does basal metabolic rate mean
What does Basal Metabolic Rate mean???
  • Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) is the rate at which we burn calories while at rest.
at what age is bmr the highest
At what age is BMR the highest?
  • Approximately 20 years, after this the rate slows down about 2% per decade
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A man who eats the same amount daily and exercises the same amount daily from age 20 to age 50 will still gain about an extra pound each year. This weight increase is known as ???

  • Creeping Obesity
creeping obesity occurs because
Creeping obesity occurs because ...
  • As we age our BMR slows down about 2% per decade and we burn off calories at a slower rate. If our eating and exercise habits stay the same the excess calories are stored as fat. The average North American gains about a pound a year.
who has a higher bmr males or females
Who has a higher BMR. Males or Females?
  • Males by about 10%, this makes it easier for men to control weight by burning off calories.
dieting causes bmr to
Dieting causes BMR to ??
  • Slow down. Diets make the body think it is starving and the body reacts by conserving energy and slows the rate at which calories are used up.
if mr lang ran 10 km in 30 minutes his heart would do this
If Mr. Lang ran 10 Km in 30 Minutes his heart would do this.
  • Burst,
  • Beat at 220
  • Or give up the ghost.
  • If you said all 3 you are right.