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Personal Fitness- Chapter 1
Glencoe: Foundations of Personal Fitness
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any movement that requires your large muscle groups to work: such as arm or back muscles.
physical activity that is planned, structured, and repetitive. It results in improvements in fitness
the ability to carry out daily tasks easily and have enough reserve energy to respond to unexpected demands
total, overall fitness achieved by maintaining acceptable levels of physical activity, a healthy eating plan, and avoiding harmful substances
the combination of physical, mental/emotional, and social well-being
an overall state of well-being, or total health
the ability to maintain high levels of health and wellness by reducing your risks of developing health problems
physically inactive lifestyle.
feelings of self-confidence and personal worth
struggles or disagreements
physical ability to function independently
Components of physical fitness that contribute to the ability to successfully participate in sports
Physical capacities that contribute to health: cardio- respiratory endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, and body composition
conditions and behaviors that represent a potential threat to an individual's well-being
the sum of physical and mental traits that you inherit from your parents.
changeable risk factors
becoming physically active, practicing healthful eating habits, and avoiding smoking and alcohol
the mind and body's response to the demands and threats of everyday life.
mindset towards a given topic or subject
the people that are the same age who share a common range of interests and beliefs
the collective forms of mass communication found within society at any given time
pledge or promise
the ability to stick to a plan of action
the view you have of yourself
behavioral change stairway
a 5 step-by-step approach for helping people approach for helping people achieve their fitness goals
regular physical activity or exercise
any activity or exercise performed most days of the week, preferably daily
moderate physical activity or exercise
any activity or exercise that ranges in intensity from light-to-borderline-heavy exertion
vigorous physical activity or exercise
and exercise or activity that ranges from heavy-to maximum exertion
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