Fitness/Sport terms related to Physical Education.
Terms in this set (27)
Team with the ball.
Team without the ball, trying to get it from the other player.
Setting goals that a Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Time Bound.
Range of movement possible at the joint.
Example: Sit and Reach
Upper Body Strength
Ability of upper body muscles to overcome resistance. Example: push-ups.
A sport that is made up of 4 games in one: Basketball, Football, Speed ball, and Soccer
The ability to work or perform without making mistakes.
Invented Basketball in 1891
Continuous exercise that requires oxygen to meet the needs of muscular and working systems. Examples: Running, Swimming
Stop and go exercise that does not need oxygen for the use of energy. Examples: Basketball, Soccer.
Stands for: Frequency(how often)Intensity(how hard), Time(how long), and Type(what kind) are guidelines of fitness activities.
Major league baseball champions held annually in the United States.
A serve that is not accepted or allowed officially and must be done again.
A method of starting play.
Of, relating to, or involving the heart and blood vessels.
The playing area of a goaltender within which attacking players must not obstruct his movement or vision.
A point scored especially on a service (as in tennis or handball) that an opponent fails to touch: or a golf score of one stroke on a hole.
Line of Scrimmage
An imaginary line in football. The ball laid on the ground and marks the position of the ball at the start of each down
Engaging in regular physical exercise that results in improved state of fitness.
3 strikes in a row in bowling.
Making up dance moves.
Principles of overload
During exercise you concentrate one particular area to improve performance.
Is your heart rate, or the number of times your heart beats per minute.
National Collegiate Athletic Association
When basketball teams from the N.C.A.A. come together to play a tournament.
During Physical fitness your ability to have the strength to endure to the end.
Target Heart Rate (THR)
Is a formula that is helpful when exercising. To determine how much exercise you should be doing.
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