WHAT DEFINES CARDIOVASCULAR EXERCISE?
Terms in this set (11)
(adenosine triphosphate) a type of energy needed by the body for muscle movement
the use of the large muscles in the body to perform a continuous activity for at least ten minutes, causing the heart and lungs to work harder than they do during normal body functions, thus disbursing more oxygen throughout the body
(extra post-exercise oxygen consumption) the extra oxygen one receives while still breathing hard after stopping exercise
the amount of oxygen the muscles in the body need to produce energy for movement
the state of the muscles not receiving the amount of oxygen they need to produce the amount of energy necessary for movement
the state of the muscles of the body receiving the amount of oxygen they need to produce the amount of energy necessary for movement
Match the phrase with the term.
When you're still breathing hard after you finish exercising, it's called .
When you can't breathe in fast enough to get all the oxygen your muscles need, it's called .
When you're breathing in all the oxygen your muscles need, it's called .
What is it that produces lactic acid?
No lactic acid is being produced or removed during .
Extra oxygen that helps get rid of the lactic acid is called
Choose all the answers that apply.
The practice of including a warm-up and cool-down when you do cardiovascular exercise _____.
reduces the oxygen deficit
reduces the lactic acid produced in the muscles
helps the muscle recover more quickly
If your muscles are not getting enough oxygen during exercise, they will stop moving.
ATP energy is used by the muscles for movement.
Oxygen is needed during cardiovascular exercise to make
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