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Isometric

without movement

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Isotonic

full movement

3

Isokinetic

machine-controlled

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Concentric Contraction

Positive work

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Eccentric Exercise

Negative work

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Mildly stretch when you're...

sore

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A ___ _____ that's wet can help when you're

hot towel

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When soft tissues is sore,...

messages may help

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Athloscorosis

fattening of the arterial wall

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Leading cause of death

heart disease/cardiovascular

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Which uses slow-twitch muscle fibers?

Walking

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State of the heart during systolic

heart contracts

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typical resting heart rate

50-100 beats

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How many % should you raise a lift?

10%

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Arteries carry blood ___ from the heart and carries _____.

away, oxygen

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veins bring _____ back to the heart

CO2

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Coronary arteries

arteries that get stuffed up

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Blood enters heart in the top _____

right

19

Carbohydrates are converted into

sugars (glucose)

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Max heart rate is

making yourself go as fast as you can

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Muscle is heavier than

fat

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If muscle contracts, it's

concentric (+)

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If it lengthens muscle, it's

eccentric (-)

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You don't ____ when you have a heat stroke

sweat

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Your heart rate is ____ when you jump

faster

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HR will be slower when you're _____

fit

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Blood comes back to the heart in the _____

top left

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There's _____ _____ blood inside of you, it's red from the artery

candy apple

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Veins plug into the ___ _____

top right

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When you're diastolic, the heart ____

relaxes

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Big artery near your heart

aorta

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Big vein that plugs in

vena cava

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V02 Max=

Max HR

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Older people do better when they ____ more

weigh

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Ectomorph:

taller, thinner, linear- can't put on muscle as easily

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Mesomorph:

shorter- can gain muscle

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Endomorph:

more fat weight under skin- can get in shape but can't get really defined

38

1 liter is equal to

1.057 quarts

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Measurements

1g fat=9kcal
1g carb= 4kcal
1g protein= 4kcal