Presentation on theme: "Exercise and Lifelong Fitness. Cardiovascular system: Heart & blood vessels benefit most from physical activity Stronger the heart, less effort."— Presentation transcript:
Cardiorespiratory Endurance- Heart, blood vessels and lungs Nutrients and Oxygen Remove waste Muscular Stength- Ability of muscle to produce force Max Lift (one) Exerting muscles for short periods of time Pushups
Muscular Endurance- Extended period of time How many times can you lift (reps) Repeated actions over time Flexibility- Move a joint through its entire range of motion Bend, twist, stretch
Body Composition- Gain weight as you begin to workout because you are gaining muscle The amount of fat tissue in your body compared to the amount of lean tissue, such as muscles and bones.
AEROBIC EXERCISEANAEROBIC EXERCISE Ongoing physical activity that raises breathing rate and heart rate. Increase in the amount of oxygen that your body takes in and uses Swimming, running, etc. Intense physical activity that lasts for a few seconds to minutes Lifting weights, pushups Develop musical strength, endurance or flexibility.
ISOMETRIC EXERCISEISOTONIC EXERCISE Muscles contract with very little body movement (Hands together and push) Contracting and relaxing muscles through the full range of a joins motion Pullups
ISOKENTIC EXERCISE Muscles contract at a constant rate Require fitness machines that provide resistance to muscle movement Therapy to rebuild muscle strength after and injury