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6 components of fitness
strength, power, muscular endurance, flexibility, cardiovascular endurance, agility
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tendon
strong non elastic cords that join muscles to bones
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skill
using knowledge or expertise to succeed efficiently, an ability that has been acquired by training
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training threshold
the minimum heart rate to be achieved to ensure fitness improves
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sets
the number of times you carry out a particular weight activity
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landscape
aspect of the land or characteristic of a particular region
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competitive
an activity that involves some form of contest/ rivalry/ game.
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risk
a possibility of suffering harm, loss or danger
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general fitness
a state of good health and to be able to carry out activities at a relatively low level
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stress fractures
a break in the bone caused by repeated application of a heavy load
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tennis elbow
a painful injury or inflammation of the tendon attached to the elbow joint
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dilated
enlarged, expanded or widened
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sprains
the overstretching or tearing of a ligament at a joint
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sternum
chest/breast bone
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gaseous exchange
the process where oxygen is taken in from the air and exchanged for carbon dioxide
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strains
the over stretching of a muscle
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motivation
your drive to succeed and desire and energy to achieve something
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competitive
an activity that involves some form of rivalry/ contest or game
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leisure industry
only provides opportunities for people in their available leisure time
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user groups
particular groups of people who would use leisure facilities
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etiquette
the unwritten rules/ conventions of any activity
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peer group
people of the same age and status as you
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peer group pressure
where the peer group will attempt to persuade an individual to follow their lead
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ethnic
a group of people with a common national/cultural tradition
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physiology
functions and processes of the human body
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flexibility
the range of movement around a joint
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inclusion
a policy that no one should experience barriers to learning as a result of their disability, heritage, gender, ethnicity etc
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Card 2

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strong non elastic cords that join muscles to bones

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tendon

Card 3

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using knowledge or expertise to succeed efficiently, an ability that has been acquired by training

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Card 4

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the minimum heart rate to be achieved to ensure fitness improves

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Card 5

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the number of times you carry out a particular weight activity

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