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Body composition:
the percentage of body weight which is fat, muscle and bone
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Cardiovascular Fitness:
ability to excercise the entire body for long periods of time
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Isometric contraction
muscular contraction which results in increased tension but does not cause the length of the muscles to alter
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isotonic contraction
muscular contraction that results in limb movement
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Ectomorph
Thin person eg marathon runner
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endomorph
fat person eg sumo wrestler
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mesamorph
muscular person eg swimmer
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DRABC stands for
danger, response, airway, breathing, circulation
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RICE
rest, ice compression, elevation
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What's the difference between a sprain and a strain?
A SPRAIN is when we overstretch or tear a ligament at a joint and a STRAIN is when we stretch or tear a muscle or tendon
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Cardiac output
amount of blood ejected from the heart in 1 minute
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Fitness
ability to meet demands of the environment
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Stroke volume
volume of blood pumped out of the heart by each venticle during one contraction
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blood pressure
force of blood against walls of artery caused by heart pumping blood around the body
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tidal volume
the amount of air breathed in or out of the lungs in one breath
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vital capacity
the maximum amount of aie that can be forcible exhaled after breathing in as much as possible
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flexibility
range of movement possible at a joint
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health
not merely the absence of disease or infirmity, but a state of complete mental, physical and social well-being
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muscular endurance
ability to use voluntary muscles repeatedly without getting tired
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muscular strength
amount of force a muscle can exert against a resistance
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FITT stands for:
frequency, intensity, time, type
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SPORT stands for:
specificity, progression, overload, reversibility, tedium
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Progression:
starting slowly and gradually increasing the amount of excercise you do
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Cardiovascular Fitness:

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ability to excercise the entire body for long periods of time

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Isometric contraction

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isotonic contraction

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Ectomorph

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alec allen

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Nyree

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jo skeats

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Way too easy

Emma Sinclair

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Thanks :)

Archie Sandberg

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Sophie Oglesby

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flavia

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Olivia Gordon

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very good questions. thankyouuu!! :)

Elly Millard

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This was really good thanks!!

Lizzy

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Thank you, this was really helpful!

panna

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Leah

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connor peevor

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deehammond

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92% woo!

this is fantastic, thankyou!

Cindy

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very good quiz

Kiera Brown

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Really good quiz, two of the questions we don't need to know for our exam board though. Still very useful. Thanks x

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