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The Cathe Crossword
Fitness & Health #141
4. To help prevent muscle cramping increase your _____ intake and eat potassium-rich foods.
7. Training partners or instructors can provide _____ when exercising.
9. To have _____ is to have the ability to rapidly change body direction without loss of speed, balance or body control.
10. To decrease sugar and calorie intake, replace soft drinks and sports drinks with this.
11. Training goals must be realistic and _____.
13. To standardize the glycemic response of various foods among individuals, researchers have categorized foods using the glycemic _____.
17. To combat a scratchy throat, gargle with _____ water.
18. Too much fiber in the diet can cause this unpleasant malady.
21. Transdermal means "through" this part of the body.
22. Too much saturated fat increases blood _____.
24. To reduce the chance of injury, new weight training exercises should be done this way.
25. Triglycerides are basically a build up of a type of _____ in the blood stream.
26. Training the same body part on _____ days may be counterproductive.
28. Too much working out causes _____.
32. Training at high intensity also works the body _____.
33. This vegetable increases immunity and protects heart and liver.
35. This workout aid helps reduce boredom and increase pleasure.
36. To avoid overuse injury, don't do the same mode of _____ training regularly.
37. Training threshold desire.
38. Trailblazing activity.
39. Today's _____ contain significantly less cholesterol than they did 10 years ago, according to a new U.S. Department of Agriculture report.
1. To choose the proper size stability ball inflate the ball so that your knees and _____ are at the same level when you sit on it.
2. This wonderful activity decreases body stress hormones.
3. Those who frequently eat processed meat, such as hot dog and sandwich meat, are more likely to develop type 2 _____.
5. Three "headed" arm muscles.
6. This year CNBC reported that _____ is the nation's fastest-growing fitness activity.
8. To make a muscle or body part do more than it normally does.
12. To continue seeing gains and improvements from an exercise program, the intensity of the exercises must gradually become increasingly more challenging, called _____.
14. Traditionally used by Native Americans for medicinal purposes, these greens keep the gastrointestinal tract running smoothly, but if they're in your yard, you'd consider them weeds.
15. To avoid injury during treadmill running, keep the feet _____ the body, not ahead or behind it in order to swiftly change support from one phase to the next with minimal braking.
16. To _____ is to turn the hands outward from the body.
19. To support certain training programs, adequate amounts of _____ must be consumed.
20. To prevent _____, it is recommended that seniors participate in an exercise program designed to improve strength, balance, agility and coordination.
23. Total daily energy _____ is the term used to describe how much energy is used.
26. To ease lower back pain, strengthen this part of the body.
27. To increase the intensity on a treadmill, increase the _____ of the machine.
29. To put into vigorous action and to put oneself into great effort in any fitness related field.
30. Time elapsed between a stimulus and action during an event is _____ time.
31. To walk a slackline, you'd have to have excellent _____ skills.
34. Tightness in the hips and buttocks can affect this part of the leg.