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P.E. 8/11/09.  Anything that causes you to use energy  A chore……raking leaves  For fun……put put golf  For exercise……full court basketball  Health.

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1 P.E. 8/11/09

2  Anything that causes you to use energy  A chore……raking leaves  For fun……put put golf  For exercise……full court basketball  Health enhancing

3  Designed to get you in shape  Planned  Purposeful  Health enhancing

4  Looks  Meet emergencies  energy  risk of disease  self esteem  friendships  Work well in group situations  confidence

5  1)Health related fitness-helps you stay healthy  2)Skill related fitness-helps you perform well in sports and activities that require certain skills

6  Cardiovascular endurance  Muscular endurance  Flexibility  Muscular strength  Body composition

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9  Threat to health

10  Age  Heredity  Gender  Level of activity  Nutrition  Tobacco/drugs  Stress

11 Risk:YesCan modifyCannot modify Heredity Gender Sedentary lifestyle Smoking Food choices Excessive stress Obesity

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13  Body fluid loss

14  Heat cramps-muscle spasms due to loss of salt and water through perspiration  Heat exhaustion-overheating of the body  Cold clammy skin  Weakness, headache, rapid pulse, dizziness, heavy sweating  Heatstroke-body cannot get rid of heat through sweating  High body temp  Rapid pulse  Loss of consciousness  Hot & dry skin

15  Measure of the effects of heat and humidity on the body

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17  Water bottles

18  Acclimatization- adaptation to weather  Fluid intake-sweat up to 3 liters/hr  Before, during, after!!!  Clothing-  Light colors  Loose  Sun block  Light weight  Limits-  Know thyself!!!  Check weather  Use your brains!!!

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21  HIGH TOP-ANKLE SUPPORT & CUSHIONING  LOW TOP-FLEXIBILITY

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23 Understanding your personal pronation type is crucial to choosing the proper running shoes world.com/article/ 0,7120,s ,00.html

24  outside part of heel makes initial contact w/ ground.  foot "rolls" inward, comes in complete contact with the ground  supports weight without any problem  rolling inward of foot distributes forces of impact  this movement is called "pronation," and it's critical to proper shock absorption.  At the end of the gait cycle, you push off evenly from the front of the foot.  ,00.html

25  the foot rolls inward too much  shock isn't absorbed efficiently  front of foot pushes off ground using mainly the big toe and second toe, which then must do all the work  0,s ,00.html

26  Foot rolls out too much  impact concentrated on a smaller area of foot (the outside part), not distributed as efficiently  In the push-off phase, most of the work is done by the smaller toes on the outside of the foot  0,s ,00.html

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29  OVERPRONATION & UNDERPRONATION CAN CAUSE INJURIES/ACHES

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31  CRAMP  SIDE STITCH  IMBALANCE OF MINERALS (ELECTROLYTES)  DRINK LESS SUGAR LOADED DRINKS  DRINK LESS CARBONATED DRINKS

32  TENDONS: CONNECT MUSCLES TO BONES  LIGAMENTS: CONECT BONES TO BONES  SHIN SPLINT-INFLAMATION OF TENDON OR MUSCLE IN LOWER LEG(TIBIA)  OVERUSE  IMPROPER FOOTWEAR  JOGGING ON HARD SURFACES  INCORRECT FORM

33  STRAIN: PULL OR RIP IN A MUSCLE OR TENDON  SPRAIN: TEAR OF A LIGAMENT

34  RICE FORMULA  R=REST  I=ICE-20 MIN ON 20 MIN OFF  C=COMPRESSION-WRAP  E=ELEVATE

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36  & working together For long periods of time

37  RHR (RESTING HEART RATE)  HOW?  WHEN?  WHAT IS IT USED FOR?

38  “fat burning zone”  In this range you are burning the most fat


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