Training Principles/Cardiovascular Endurance
- 4. Exercise that is continuous over a long period of time and requires a steady supply of oxygen.
- 8. The training principle in which you choose the right activity for the component you want to improve
- 9. The training principle in which you do more than your body is used to doing.
- 10. Your heart rate after exercise, which drops to 100 bpm.
- 12. The range in which you should exercise to improve your cardiovascular endurance.
- 14. How long your workout lasts.
- 15. Doing this after a workout prevents blood pooling in your muscles and fainting.
- 18. Blood vessels that carry de-oxygenated blood back to the heart.
- 19. Device that measures your intensity level during exercise.
- 20. Fitness test used to measure Cardiovascular Endurance.
- 1. How hard you exercise.
- 2. These particles carry cholesterol throughout your body (high and low density).
- 3. Body System that supplies oxygen to the blood stream and eliminates carbon dioxide.
- 5. How often you exercise.
- 6. The ability of the heart, blood vessels and lungs to supply oxygen to your body.
- 7. The training principle in which you gradually increase the intensity of your workouts.
- 11. Blood vessels that supply oxygenated blood throughout the body.
- 13. 220-your age equals what?
- 16. Exercise that is short lasting and requires fast, quick bursts.
- 17. Which type of fitness components are more important? Health or Skill?