AFAA Group Exercise
Terms in this set (64)
Midline/side to side
Face up/Face Down
Upper half/Lower Half
Right and Left planes of the body
Front and Back planes of the body
Bending joint that decreases the angle
Increases the angle
Moving inward or towards
Connects bone to bone
Connects bone to muscle
Primary Moving muscles
Muscles that move opposite of the Agonist muscles
How can Interval training improve aerobic performance?
Maximize Power, Improve endurance and performance
Release energry necessary for muscle contraction.
is the use of oxygen
Requires no oxygen
During exercise, oxygen has reached an adequate level to meet the demands of the body.
is the by prodict of anaerobic metabolsim of gluclose and glycerin in the muscles.
Caused by stopping vigorous exercise abruptly and the blood that is in the limbs may not be delivered quickly enough to the heart.
Blood pressure at normal state
The point at where two meet
Weight Bearing activities
Increase bone density, muscle growth and stregnth
Injury that comes back from time to time
Is the tearing or over stretching of an ligament
Is the tearing or over stretching of a muscle
Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation
Frequency of exercise session
Principle of Overload
To achieve improvement the body must be overloaded or pushed beyond the normal level or it's limits
Principle of Progression
A program that increases intensity over time
Principles of Over Training
When the body is not allowed to recover
Health Related Components of Physical Fitness
Cardio Respitory, muscle strength, Endurance, Flexibility and Body Composition
Skilled Related Components if Physical Fitness
Agility, Balance, Coordination, Power, Reaction and Speed
Which organizations training recommendations does AFAA supports?
Amercian College of Sports Medicine (ACSM)
Physical Readiness Questionair
List a sign that a participant should stop exercise?
Vomitting, Nausea or Tight Chest
List signs that would require exercise modification?
Labored breathing, Lack of body control, evidence of strain
AFAA recommends that instructors teach at what level?
AFAA 5 Questions
What is the purpose of this exercise, Are you doing it effectively, does it creat any safety concerns, can you maintain proper alignment and for whom is this exercise appropiate or inappropiate for.
Is 3 to 5 days a week for 20 to 45 minute sessions
List cardiorespitory training methods
Steady training, Interval training, Intermitten Training and Circuit Training
Example of Muscular strength and Endurance training
Concentric and Eccentric muscle contractions, Isolations and Torso stabilization
Examples of Flexibility Training
Static stretches, Dynamic (Full ROM), and PNF
Resting heart Rate is (RHR)
Beats per minute at rest
AFAA Recommends checking the pulse at what area of the body and for how long?
Wrist for 60seconds
Is the pattern of beats within a phrase
32 8 counts
The difference between land in water when it comes to exercise
the gravity on the joints and no constant pounding
Proper Indoor cycling includes
Feet being straight, height of the seat, resistance and hands tight on the bar.
For group exercise AFAA recommends how many reps when doing resistance training?
8 to 25
Cardio Training BPM should be
130 to 155
A non caloric compound needed in small quantities to assist in growth, maintenance and repair
AFAA Supplement Policy
Professional should not sell or distribute health products to employers, guest or clients.
is the relative amount of structural components of the body (fat Fluid and Muscle Tissue.
Fast Twitch Muscles
Generate quick high intensity contractions
Generate low to moderate intensity
Weight bearing activities do what for the body?
Increase bone density, muscle growth and strength.
Stroke Volume (BPP)
is the amount of blood ejected from each ventrical of the heart during a systole
The amount of blood pumped by each ventrical in one minute.
The ability to do work