Presentation on theme: "Exercise and Fitness Chapter 3 Lesson 2. Frequency-how often you do the activity each week. Intensity-how hard you work at the activity during a session."— Presentation transcript:
Frequency-how often you do the activity each week. Intensity-how hard you work at the activity during a session. Time- how much time you devote to a given session F.I.T.
Isometric exercise- involve muscles pushing against muscles. Putting the palms of your hands together in front of you and pushing is an example of Isometric. Isotonic exercise-push-ups and pull-ups are isotonic exercises. So is lifting weights Isokinetic exercise-Pushing or pulling against a hydraulic lever of certain exercise equipment is a type of isokinetic exercise. Resistance Training
Aerobic- is vigorous activity in which oxygen is continuously taken in for a period of at least 20 minutes. Ex. Dancing, jogging Anaerobic – involves intense bursts of activity in which the muscles work so hard that they produce energy without using oxygen. Ex. 100 meter dash Aerobic vs. Anaerobic
Negative Consequences Increased risk of cancer and heart disease Skin problems, such as acne and hair loss Unusual weight gain or loss Sexual underdevelopment and dysfunction Anabolic Steroids
Find your resting heart rate by sitting quietly for five minutes and then taking your pulse Subtract your age from 220 to find your maximum heart rate. Maximum heart rate