PE flashcards on exercise and the human body

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Name the 5 functions of the skeleton?
support/shape, protection, movement, making blood cells, mineral storage
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What connective tissue joins bones to bones?
Ligaments
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Muscles are attached to bones by?
Tendons
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Name five different types of movement at a joint
Extension-opening a joint Flexion- closing a joint Adduction- moving towards an imaginary centre line Abduction-moving away from an imaginary centre line Rotation- turning a limb clockwise or anticlockwise
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Name the two types of joints
freely moveable and slightly moveable
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Ball + socket and Hinge joints are both examples of which type of joints?
Freely moveable
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What are the two different types of muscles?
Involuntary muscles and voluntary muscles
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Press ups are mostly used to improve ...
triceps and pectorals
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Pull ups are mostly used to improve ...
Trapezius and Latissimus Dorsi
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What are lungs good at working ...
Gastrocnemius, Hamstrings, Gluteal muscles
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what are step ups and squats good at working ...
Quadriceps
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Sit ups and crunches work which muscles
abdominals
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Chin ups and curling weights are good at working which muscle?
biceps
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Pull ups and bench pressing weights are good at working ...
Deltoids
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What do antagonistic muscles work in?
Pairs
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Muscles can on only?
Pull
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What connective tissue joins bones to bones?

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Ligaments

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Muscles are attached to bones by?

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Name five different types of movement at a joint

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Name the two types of joints

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