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Chapter 3: Health
* The group of organs and tissues that transport essential materials to body cells and remove their waste products
* The bodys main source of energy
* Blood vessel that carries blood away from the heart to all parts of the body * (in red)
* Blood vessel that carries blood back to the heart from all parts of the body * (in blue)
* The smallest type of blood vessel
* The yellowish, watery portion of blood * Over half the volume of blood is plasma
* Part of the blood that helps it to clot
* Classified according to the type of red blood cells it contains
* When a persons heart is working harder than it should to push blood through his or her body
* Sends blood to all body parts except the lungs * Blood returns from the lungs to the heart
* Consists of bones, joints, and connecting tissue
* Store calcium * Make new blood cells * Support the body frame
* A place where two or more bones meet
* Skull joints are immovable
* Can move in all directions
* Strong, flexible tissue that cushions bones and supports soft tissues
* Tissues that move parts of the body and operate internal organs
* Work as pairs in opposition to move bone * Contract and extend to cause movement
* Tissue that joins muscle to muscle, or muscle to bone
* The ability to handle the physical work and play of everyday life without becoming overly tired
* Physical activity that improves or maintains fitness
* The ability to perform vigorous physical activity without getting overly tired
* How much energy you use when you work out
* The ability of muscles to exert a force
* The ability to move joints fully and easily
* Increase flexibility and reduce the risk of injury during other exercises
* Synthetic compounds that cause muscle tissue to develop at an abnormally high rate
* Gentle exercises that should always be included in a workout session
* Gentle exercises that let your body adjust to ending a workout
* Best exercise for heart and lung endurance
* This prefix refers to the heart
* Check your pulse in the middle of a workout to check your target heart rate
* Exercising too hard or too often, without enough rest in between
* Occurs when you lose an excessive amount of water from your body. * Can cause muscle cramps
* Help restore fluids to your body after being involved in an activity for more than an hour
* Compared with team sports, an individual sport allows you more freedom to set your own schedule
* It is best to choose a variety of foods from major food groups each day to give your body enough fuel to play a sport
* Wear appropriate protective equipment * Warm up before game * Make sure you use proper techniques for your sport
* Have fun and keep moving!
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