Flashcards in Health-Chapter 4 Deck (33):
What does RICE stand for?
Rest injured area
Ice injured area
Compress injured area
Elevate injured area
2mains types of sleep...
NREM and REM
What are the 4 parts to fitness?
Cardio, muscle, flexibility, and fat vs lean body weight
How long should a work out last?
How many times should you work out?
At least 3 times a week
How long should a warm up last?
How long should a cool down last?
What is the number one killer in America?
What is the most important measure of health?
How long does it take before you go into REM sleep?
What is fitness?
The body’s ability to work to the highest level possible
What is stroke volume?
The amount of blood pumped in one stroke
What is cardio output?
Amount of blood pumped in one minute
What is blood pressure?
Measure of resistance to blood flow in the vessels
What is a lifetime sport?
Sports you can do your whole life
What’s an aerobic activity?
When muscles need to use more oxygen
What is an anaerobic activity?
Activity that requires less oxygen
What is overload?
Gradually doing more to improve performance
What is progression?
Starting with a little and adding more each time
What is specificity?
Doing specific exercises to work certain body parts
What is cross training?
What are ergogenic aids?
Something to help improve physical performance
What is target heart rate?
Way to monitor workout intensity
What is my target heart rate?
What does isometric mean?
Muscle contraction but no movement
What does isotonic mean?
Muscle contraction against a fixed object
What is isokinetic?
A combination of isotonic and isometric
What is atrophy?
How much sleep do teens need?
What are the two types of muscles?
Slow twitch and fast twitch
What are the sleep stages in order?
What can an EEG be used for?
Identifying types of seizures, change in brain activity after damage, infection, sleep disorders, monitor brain activity for coma patients