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The Cathe Crossword
Fitness & Health #31
7. _____ is excessive inward foot motion during running that can lead to injury.
9. _____ is the flexible tissue that connects bone to bone.
11. _____ band syndrome is the most common cause of lateral knee pain in runners.
13. _____ calories are those obtained from food high in sugar and fat without nutritional value.
14. Since a decline of muscle _____ often accompanies aging, older adults typically have less muscle tissue surrounding their joints.
16. Oxygen _____ is a temporary shortage of oxygen due to exercise.
19. Inflammation of the tendons of the lower, front leg, is commonly known as _____ _____.
21. Adults with _____ are more likely to have heart disease than those without it.
22. The _____ act to extend the hip and flex the knee.
23. The exercise _____ raises are done by, from a standing position, pushing through the toes of both feet and raising the heels off the floor while maintaining an upright torso.
25. Water's natural resistance and _____ create a unique training environment that makes it possible to progressively adjust muscular overload and impact.
27. A walnut size gland under the bladder (in men).
29. _____ transplants from living donors typically have better outcomes than those from deceased donors.
30. A _____ _____ is a protective, involuntary nerve reaction that causes muscles to contract.
31. To prevent _____, it is recommended that seniors participate in an exercise program designed to improve strength, balance, agility and coordination.
32. _____ anterior knee pain is a general term used to describe a number of conditions that can affect the front of the knee.
1. _____ is softening of the undersurface of the kneecap, which results from increased wear and tear on the patella.
2. A torn or removed meniscus can lead to _____.
3. Patellar _____ is poor patella positioning, which can result from imbalances in muscle strength and muscle tightness.
4. _____ blood pressure is the most important risk factor for heart disease.
5. Each knee contains two _____, one on the medial side and one on the lateral side of the joint.
6. _____ is the study of the mechanics of muscular activity.
8. Patellar _____ is a strain with resulting inflammation of the patellar tendon.
10. _____ are the muscles that pull the shoulder blades inward.
12. _____ involves the placement of a stent to keep the vessel open.
15. A term for many of the poses done in yoga.
17. The _____ is the heart rate at which lactic acid builds up faster than it can be broken down.
18. _____ metabolic rate (BMR) is the rate at which the body burns calories while awake, but at rest.
20. _____ is an exercise program that uses a revolutionary, stationary bicycle.
22. Smoking boosts the risk of _____ disease.
24. _____ are proteins that speed up specific chemical reactions.
25. A good sense of _________ can help prevent a fall or reduce the severity of one that does
26. The amount of blood being pumped by the heart per minute is your _____ output.
28. The exercise chair _____ involve sitting on the edge of a chair or bench, leaning the trunk forward, and reaching the arms out in front of the torso.