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Aerobic Exercise

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  1. 5. Exercise Period: training part of a program
  2. 6. Oxygen Consumption: a measure of the body's capacity to use oxygen
  3. 7. Glycolytic System: No oxygen is required and Lactic acid is produced
  4. 8. Period: to enhance recovery periods with oxidation of the metabolic waste and replacement of energy stores
  5. 9. Training: work/exercise is followed by rest
  6. 11. generally 3 - 4 times per week
  7. 12. the ability to perform physical work
  8. 15. Formula: used to determine max heart rate
  9. 17. determined by the Overload Principle and Specificity Principle
  10. 18. Period: the purpose is to enhance the adjustments needed to be made prior to physical activity
  11. 20. Oxygen Consumption: measure of oxygen consumption by the myocardial muscle
  12. 22. Principle: stress placed on an organism that is greater than it is accustomed
  13. 23. Testing: used to determine cardiovascular fitness in healthy individuals
  14. 26. Principle: the loss of effects of training when ceasing an fitness program
  15. 28. Fibers: slow contractile response and have low anaerobic capacity
  16. 29. Principle: training that improves an individual for a specific task but will not improve in other tasks
  17. 31. dependent on total work performed, exercise intensity, and fitness level
  18. 32. Training: a series of exercise activities
  19. 33. product of frequency, intensity, and time
  20. 34. Activity: 2.0 - 2.9 METs
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  1. 1. Testing: one principle includes changing the workload by increasing the speed and/or grade of the treadmill
  2. 2. Activity: Walking faster than 3.5mph, swimming laps, jogging, running at 5.0mph, shoveling snow
  3. 3. Equivalent: unit use to quantify energy expenditure
  4. 4. any planned and structured physical activity designed to improve or maintain physical fitness
  5. 10. Angina: due to an underlying cardiac issue this may occur with exercise
  6. 13. the ability to work for prolonged periods of time and the ability to resist fatigue
  7. 14. typically time is the initial focus, followed by frequency and then intensity
  8. 16. VO2 max, cardiac output, and muscular strength decrease rapidly
  9. 19. provides stimulus for improving cardiorespiratory fitness
  10. 21. the result of increased efficiency of the cardiovascular system and active muscles
  11. 24. Percentage of work output/work input
  12. 25. Activity: any bodily movement produced by the contraction of skeletal muscles that result in a substantial increase over resting energy expenditure
  13. 27. Fibers: fast contractile response and recruited for activities requiring power
  14. 30. Activity: 3.0 - 5.9 METs