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a free passage into the next round of a knockout
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ways to make training more intense?
frequency, intensity, time, type
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health
a state of complete physical, mental and social well being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity
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progression
where training is increased gradually as the body adjusts to the increased demands being made on it
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lactic acid
a mild poison and waste product of anaerobic respiration
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muscle tone
where tension remains in the muscle even when its at rest
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aerobic respiration
exercise carried out using a supply of oxygen
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reversibility
if training stops then the effects can be lost too
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overload
making the body work harder than normal in order to improve
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antagonist
the muscle that relaxes to allow a movement to happen
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trunk
the midsection of your body
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somatotypes
different body types based on shape - endomorph, ectomorph and mesomorph
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peak
the best prepared period for you to be able to perform
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sychronise
an adjustment that causes something to occur at the same time
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sedentary
sitting down or being physically inactive for long periods of time
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patella
the kneecap
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performance enhancing drugs
a type of unlawful drup that can help to improve sporting performance
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prescription drugs
drugs that cant be bought over the counter but only with a doctor prescription
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trend
the latest and most popular attraction or activity
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extrinsic reward
something that is done for a particular reward that is visible to others - money
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intrinsic reward
something that gives a person internal satisfaction
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urban areas
a geographical area consisting of a town or city
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low impact
not strenuous with little or no pressure on the joints
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max heart rate
220- age
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apprehensive
fearful about the future
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periodistation
different parts of a training programme
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max strength
greatest amount of weight that can be lifted once
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power
the combination of speed and strength
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equestrian
riding horseback
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flexibility
the range of movement at a joint
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shuttle runs
running backwards and forwards across a set distance
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laps
the number of times each set of stations is performed
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stations
particular areas where types of exercise are set up or performed
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knowledge of results
the form of terminal feedback at the end of a performance and could be as simple as winning or losing
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inherent
something you are born with
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movement time
how quickly a performer can carry out an actual movement
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reaction time
how quickly you are able to respond to some form of stimulus
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prime mover
the muscle that initially contracts to start a movement also known as the 'agonist'
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abidextrous
the ability to use both hands with equal levels of skill
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cartilage
tough, flexible tissue that acts as a buffer between the bones at joints
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3 muscle types?
skeletal, cardiac, involuntary
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cardiac muscle
works automatically and constantly - heart
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speed
the fastest you can go
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complex skills
takes long time to learn as it involves a lot of coordination
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strength
most amount you can lift once
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agility
the ability to change direction quickly
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cardiovascular endurance
the ability of the heart and lungs to keep on going
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adduction
bringing something to the body
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abduction
lifting something away from the body
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intercostal muscle
abdominal muscles inbetween the ribs which assist in the process of breathing
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blood pressure
the force of the circulating blood on the walls of the arteries
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extra curricular
an activity that takes place outside of timetabled lessons such as lunch or afterschool
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cross curricular
linking with other subjects
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