Final Review. FITT Principle. Frequency-how often you do an exercise (number of days per week) Intensity-how hard you are working (measured in heart rate or poundage) Time-how long you are exercising Type-what you are doing. Principles of….
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20 minutes or more of continuous exercise In your heart rate zone burns:
1-3 minutes of all out exercise burns:
(220-age) * 65%
(220-age) * 85%
Exercising between these 2 numbers for ________ minutes will give you a great cardiovascular workout.
Balance-The ability to maintain equilibrium while stationary or moving (gymnastics, dancing)
Coordination-The ability to use the senses and body parts in order to perform motor tasks smoothly and accurately (all sports, archery)
Reaction Time-The ability to respond quickly to stimuli (tennis, soccer, basketball)
Speed-The amount of time it takes the body to perform a specific task (track, soccer, swimming
Planks work the core. The main muscles are the erector spinae and the rectus abdominus
Pull-ups strengthen the biceps and the latissisumusdorsiwhich are on your lower and middle back
Calf raises work the gastrocnemius
Crunches and sit-ups works the rectus abdominus