I really do have Flash installed.
What follows is a plain HTML version of the puzzle.
The Cathe Crossword
Fitness & Health #150
3. The two basic varieties of carbohydrates are simple and _____.
6. The Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) for protein is based on your weight and is set at 0.8g per _____ of body weight.
7. The sweetener found in Sweet N Low, Sugar Twin and Necta Sweet is called _____.
8. The training plateau is when you stop seeing _____ in your workout routines.
12. The sweetener found in Splenda is called _____.
13. The sudden involuntary contraction of a muscle is called a muscle _____.
15. The scientific study of heredity is called _____.
16. The smaller blood vessels that branch off from arteries are called _____.
21. The suppleness of joints, muscles, and tissues.
24. The trachea allows _____ into the body.
25. The risk of developing diabetes increases with _____.
28. The superior rotation of a shoulder muscle group is usually in what direction?
31. The three overlying principles of Pilates are whole-body health, whole-body commitment, and _____.
32. The training to improve strength, power and endurance of muscle performance is called _____ training.
33. The scientific definition of _____ refers to posture in which the hips are swayed forward and the rib cage is swayed backward in the sagittal plane.
34. The skeletal muscles connect to _____.
35. The term _____ means that the food is more than 70% free of pesticdes, herbicides, fungicides, growth hormones, antibiotics, irradiation and genetic modification.
37. The term _____ generally refers to any sleep that occurs outside of our main sleep period.
38. The sport of _____ improves footwork through multidirectional movements and develops lower-body power endurance with intermittent cardiovascular training.
40. The restoration of a muscle or body part after an injury.
41. The study of the causes of injury and disease.
44. The study of the working of muscular activity.
45. The term for the amount of fat in the body as compared to lean mass is body _____.
1. The term _____ refers to an individual who makes an effort to eat only foods grown or harvested within a 100-mile radius of their home.
2. The type of training when Personal Trainers go to the individual's residence is called _____ training.
3. The treadmill is a common device used for _____ exercise.
4. The spice _____ comes from the bark of a tropical evergreen tree.
5. The size of these body parts is evident in a short sleeved shirt.
9. The term used for a professional bodybuilder who does not use steroids.
10. The rate at which the body burns calories while awake but at rest (usually measured in calories per day) is your _____ metabolic rate.
11. The total amount of repetitions completed at one time.
14. The term _____ refers to the systematic manipulation of the acute variables of training over a period that may range from days to years.
17. The rate of blood pumped by the heart is known as cardiac _______.
18. The term that refers to a deep muscle massage is _____.
19. The term "power" can also be described as this.
20. The tricep muscle is sometimes referred to as having three _____.
22. The science and study of human movement.
23. The sweetener found in NutraSweet, Equal and Sugar Twin is called _____.
26. The slower the _____ phase of an exercise, the bigger the challenge to the muscle.
27. The type of stroke results from a ruptured blood vessel inside the brain or on the brain's surface.
29. The study of the processes and functions of the body during exercise is exercise _____.
30. The term _____ set refers to a concept that suggests alternating upper and lower body exercises to allow the lactic acid build up from intense exercise in the upper body to dissipate while you perform the lower body exercise and vice versa.
36. The term referring to the even relationship of the body's proportions in bodybuilders.
39. The scent of _____ helps combat stress.
42. The skinfold measurements are used to determine the percent of body _____.
43. The source of energy in your body that keeps everything going is called _____.