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Physiology
the function and processes of the human body
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Flexibility
the range of movement around the joint
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Peak
at your very best - the best prepared period for you to be able to perform
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Inclusion
a policy that no one should experience barriers to learning as a result of their disability, heritage, gender, special education, social group, sexual orientation, race or culture.
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Equestrian
relating to horseback riding or horseback riders.
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Physique
the form, size and development of a persons body.
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Metabolic
the whole range of biochemical precesses that occur within us.
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Power
the combination of speed and strength.
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Maximal strength
the greatest amount of weight that can be lifted in one go.
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Body composition
the percentage of body weight that is fat, muscle and bone.
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Musculature
the system or or arrangement of muscles on a body.
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somatotypes
different body types based on shape, most commonly endomorph mesomorph and ectomorph
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Trunk
the middle part of your body (midsection).
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Dehydration
the rapid loss of water from the body.
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Landscape
the aspect of the land characteristic of a particular region.
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Challenge
a test of your ability or resources in a demanding situation.
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Risk
the possibility of suffering loss, harm or danger.
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Competitive
an activity that involves some sort of contest, rivalry or game
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Recreational
any form of play, amusement or relaxation performed as games, sports or hobbies.
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Periodisation
the different parts of a training programme.
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General fitness
a state of general good health and to be able to carry out activities at a relatively low level.
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Mesomorph
middle sized person
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Endomorph
big people
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Ectomorph
small people
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the range of movement around the joint

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Flexibility

Card 3

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at your very best - the best prepared period for you to be able to perform

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Card 4

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a policy that no one should experience barriers to learning as a result of their disability, heritage, gender, special education, social group, sexual orientation, race or culture.

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Card 5

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relating to horseback riding or horseback riders.

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