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Physical Education Exam Review
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the ability of the joint to move through a full range of motion. Basic purpose is injury prevention
the ability of the heart and lungs to sustain an effort over a long period of time. Basic purpose to prevent heart disease
muscular strength and endurance
how much and how long you can maintain lifting or exerting a force. Injury prevention and weight control
fat in comparison to lean tissue. Greater muscle mass helps control weight.
resting heart rate
your heart rate when completely relaxed and not exerting energy
maximum heart rate
you would not want to exercise above this rate. To find you maximum heart rate you should subtract your age from 220. 220-Age=maximum heart rate.
target heart rate
the heart rate at which a person conditions their cardiovascular system. This is 60%-90% of your maximum heart rate.
recovery heart rate
the amount of time it takes your heart rate to return to a normal state after exercising
the ability to change the position of your body quickly and to control the movement of your whole body
the ability to keep an upright posture while you are standing still or moving
the ability to use your senses, such as your eyes, together with your body parts, such as your arms, or to use two or more body parts together
the ability to do strength performances quickly. It involves both strength and speed.
the amount of time it takes you to get moving once you see the need to move
the ability to perform a movement or cover distance in a short period of time
11 players including a goalie
how many players may a soccer team have?
anywhere on the field
where can you score from?
shoulders to the fingertips
where may the ball not touch the players?
one team gaining possession in the center after a coin toss
how does the game begin?
how is the official game divided?
are there time-outs in soccer?
tripping, aggressive play, handballs, etc.
what are some penalties?
what happens when an offensive player is fouled in the box?
what do penalties result in?
how far must the defense stand during a free kick?
2-forty minute halves
how long are high school games?
2-forty-five minute halves
how long are college, professional, and world cup games?
making a pass to a teammate that allows them to score
putting the ball back into play when it goes out over the end line by the defensive team
a free kick that may directly enter the goal
moving the ball with your feet
the area in which the goalkeeper may use his/her hands
putting the ball back into play when it goes out over the end line by the offensive team
when the ball touches a player from the shoulder to the fingertips. Opponent receives free kick
contacting the ball with your head; usually to win the ball in the air
a free kick that must touch another player before entering the goal
you must have at least 2 opponents goal side of you when not in possession of the ball, and you are on your offensive half of the field
as a result of flagrant foul or overtime play. It is a free kick taken from the penalty mark.
how far away from the goal is the penalty kick taken?
moving the ball from one player to another
passing to the player across from you
passing to the player behind you
passing to the player ahead of you
a method of putting the ball into player by the goalie after a save
putting the ball back into play when it goes out of bounds on the sideline. Both hands must be holding the ball, and both feet must be touching the ground during the throw
stopping and/or controlling the ball
international badminton federation
the equipment used to hit the shuttle. Typically weight about 5 ounces
the plastic, featherhead, or nylon bird that is hit back and forth in badminton
a point; often used to indicate an opponent's failure to return a serve
the grip used to hold the racquet when swinging at the bird on the non-racquet side of the body
another term for shuttle
an illegal stroke occurring when the birdie is carried by the racquet.
an illegal hit
rally has ended due to an error by the serving or the receiving team resulting in a point or side-out
the grip used to hold the racquet when serving or swinging at the bird on the racquet side of the body
a side's turn at serving
a loss of serve, point for receiving team
underhand stroke used to start the game
overhand stroke driving the birdie high and deep
underhand stroke driving the birdie high and deep
a short shot in which the birdie just clears the net, and falls close to the net in the opponent's court
an overhead stroke in which the birdie travels at a downward angle (spike)
a hard, horizontal stroke that just clears the net
a type of drop shot or also called the net shot that is directed to the corner opposite opponent. It passes very close to the net and crosses diagonally across. It is used when the opponent is in the back court, or in the opposite side of the court
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