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  1. 3. this method of injury treatment involves keeping the injured body part raised on something.
  2. 5. the relationship between the levels of fat and lean mass in the body.
  3. 9. the ability of the body to stretch to its limit.
  4. 11. the ability of the muscles to do an activity for a long time without getting tired quickly.
  5. 13. this refers to how often an exercise is done.
  6. 16. this word is used to describe an exercise in which one holds a weight without moving it.
  7. 17. this type of light exercise is done before a workout.
  8. 19. a cardiovascular disease that is also known as high blood pressure.
  9. 20. the body's ability to change its position in a short period of time and do so correctly.
  1. 1. this is a planned and organised system of repeated movements.
  2. 2. this refers to how long an exercise takes.
  3. 4. this word is used to describe the heart and blood vessels.
  4. 6. this is one of the disorders that exercise can help to prevent; it involves the softening of the bones.
  5. 7. this type of movement is neither too much nor too little; it is in between.
  6. 8. the ability of the body to react to the demands of physical effort.
  7. 10. this refers to how strong something is done.
  8. 12. this type of endurance relates to the body's ability to work a large muscle for a long time; sprinting is an example.
  9. 14. the ability of the muscles to lift something heavy.
  10. 15. the ability of the body to do an action in the shortest time possible.
  11. 18. this refers to the body's function to convert food into energy; exercise makes this more efficient.