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1 pump it- song for bio BAjrPk BAjrPk BAjrPk BAjrPk

2 Cardiovascular Fitness Chapter 7 Textbook Course Packet page 25

3 Cardiovascular Fitness Ability of the heart, lungs, and blood vessels to function efficiently when a person exercises the body Ability of the heart, lungs, and blood vessels to function efficiently when a person exercises the body

4 What is the Cardiovascular System made up of? Heart, blood, and blood vessels Heart, blood, and blood vessels

5 What is the Respiratory System made up of? Lungs and air passages Lungs and air passages

6 What are the jobs of the heart, arteries, and veins? Heart: pumps blood throughout the body Heart: pumps blood throughout the body Arteries: carry blood away from the heart to the body Arteries: carry blood away from the heart to the body Veins: carry blood back to the heart Veins: carry blood back to the heart

7 Resting Heart Rate & Active Heart Rate Resting heart rate: 80 beats per minute Resting heart rate: 80 beats per minute Active heart rate: beats per minute Active heart rate: beats per minute

8 Life Choices that hinder or support the cardiovascular system and/or respiratory system Activity level Activity level Diet and Nutrition Diet and Nutrition Smoking, drinking, drugs Smoking, drinking, drugs Genetics, heredity Genetics, heredity

9 FIT Formula

10 Aerobic vs. Anaerobic Activity Aerobic activity Activity steady enough to allow the heart to supply all the oxygen your muscles need Activity steady enough to allow the heart to supply all the oxygen your muscles need Example: jog Example: jog Anaerobic activity Activity so intense that your body cannot supply adequate oxygen to sustain it for long periods of time Activity so intense that your body cannot supply adequate oxygen to sustain it for long periods of time Example: sprint Example: sprint

11 Skill-related Fitness Parts of fitness that help a person perform well in sports Parts of fitness that help a person perform well in sports –SKILLS –(agility, balance, coordination, power, reaction time, speed)

12 Skill-related Anaerobic Activities (Sprinting bursts in a sport) (Sprinting bursts in a sport) Running a route in football Running a route in football bursts of speed in soccer or basketball – for example attacking the ball in soccer, recovering back on defense to prevent the opponent from scoring bursts of speed in soccer or basketball – for example attacking the ball in soccer, recovering back on defense to prevent the opponent from scoring Sprint in track Sprint in track Sprint the bases in baseball/softball Sprint the bases in baseball/softball

13 HEART The heart is an involuntary muscle The heart is an involuntary muscle –It beats regularly without you telling it to do so

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15 Effect of Exercise On the Heart

16 Ways to assess cardiovascular fitness… *Maximal Oxygen Uptake Test *Maximal Oxygen Uptake Test PACER PACER Walking Test Walking Test Step Test Step Test Mile Run Mile Run

17 Thresholds of Training

18 Calculate YOUR Target Heart Rate Zone Low end (target threshold) Low end (target threshold) –[220 – your age x.65] High end (target ceiling) High end (target ceiling) –[220 – your age x.85]

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