7th Grade Health/Muscles

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Flexibility
The ability of a joint or muscle to move or stretch through its full range of motion
Muscular Endurance
The ability of a muscle to perform a movement repeatedly over a prolonged period of time
Muscular Strength
The ability of a muscle to generate a maximum amount of force
Cardiovascular Endurance
The ability of the heart and lungs to supply fuel during continual physical activity
Body Composition
The different components that make up the body including fat mass and lean mass
Gluteus Maximus
Buttocks
Biggest muscle in body
Biceps Brachii
Flexes elbow
Deltoids
Shoulder muscles
Gastrocnemius
Calf muscle
Hamstrings
Back of upper leg
Latissimus Dorsi
Part of Back
Obliques
Side abs
Pectoralis Major
Chest
Quadriceps
Front of thigh
Rectus Abdominus
Abs
Trapezius
Upper back
Triceps Brachii
Back of arm
Erector Spinae
Back
Soleus
Calf
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The body has approximately ________ muscles.
Voluntary Muscles
Skeletal
Muscles that you are able to control
Involuntary Muscles
Smooth, Cardiac
Muscles that you do not have direct control over.
Smooth Muscles
involuntary muscles named for their smooth appearance
Cardiac Muscles
Involuntary muscles found only in the heart
Skeletal Muscles
Voluntary muscles attached to bones that enable you to move
Cardiovascular Endurance
Reduces heart disease
F.I.T.T. Principle
Frequency, Intensity, Time, Type
The key components of an effective exercise program
Frequency
How Often
Intensity
How Hard
Scale 0 - 10
Type
What Kind
Time
How Long
Shoulder (deltoid) exercises
Lateral Raises, Shoulder Press, Upright Row
Chest (Pectoralis Major) exercises
Bench Press, Dumbbell Flys, Dips, Push ups
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