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Fitness & Health #33
2. During high intensity intervals, _____ acid builds and the exerciser enters oxygen debt.
5. Pairing antagonistic muscle groups together can help keep strength up because as one muscle is _____, the opposite one is resting.
7. _____ is by far the most important factor affecting increases in, and maintenance of, cardio respiratory fitness throughout an exercise program.
10. Research found that women who take more than a half-hour to fall asleep or those who awaken frequently during the night have inflammation in their arteries and higher levels of _____.
12. A type of diabetes when a person's blood sugar level often swings quickly from high to low and from low to high.
15. The proportion of patients with a particular disease during a given year per given unit of population is known as _____ rate.
16. Always _____ during and through exercises.
17. Super-setting is an advanced training method in which you do two exercises, one after the other, with no _____ between exercises.
19. The _____ and forearms are both muscles used in pulling actions when training the upper back.
23. Performing a series of selected exercises or activities in timed sequences, or bouts, with little or no rest between bouts is called _____ training.
24. If you cannot hold a _____ while exercising, your intensity is too high.
27. Reducing _____ lowers your risk of heart attack.
28. Cardiac _____ are an important consideration when a trainer designs an exercise program.
30. _____ is the anatomical location of the body that means "farther away."
31. An _____ exercise is one that involves just one discernable joint movement.
34. 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. Losing weight is best done in conjunction with counting _____.
40. Women need to do sixty to _____ minutes of moderate-intensity activity to lose weight or sustain weight loss.
42. _____ is a disease that develops when the body is unable to produce insulin.
43. The study of the processes and functions of the body during exercise is exercise _____.
46. _____ is an increase in muscle size.
47. A characteristic statistically associated with, although not necessarily causally related to, an increased risk of morbidity or mortality is known as _____ factor.
1. _____ is the study of energy flow through living systems.
3. You can take the _____ burning capacity of a split routine one step further by incorporating two different exercises for each muscle group.
4. The “Reversed Pyramid” means that you begin with the _____ weight and do 6-8 repetitions for the first set.
6. The "R" in "HRT" stands for Hormone _____ Therapy.
8. A compound super-set can be very taxing on the _____ system and requires special attention to be paid to recovery after the session.
9. The ability of a muscle to stretch without damage is its _____.
11. The _____ of a workout is the time from the beginning to the end.
13. A muscle that causes motion is an _____.
14. Women who develop _____ (pregnancy-related hypertension) are prone to heart disease later in life.
15. The pyramid principle is based on perceived one rep _____.
18. Pregnant women should avoid exercise in the _____ position after the first trimester.
20. An estimate of the proportion of the population that dies during a specified period, usually a year is known as _____ rate.
21. _____ is the eccentric phase of hip extension.
22. Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) is caused by the breakdown of _____ _____.
23. A _____ movement involves two or more joints in the performance of an exercise.
25. _____ is a postmenopausal bone condition that can be helped with exercise.
26. All women are encourage to reduce _____-fat intake to less than 7% of calories.
29. An _____ training routine involves timed bouts of high intensity cardio alternated with longer periods of lower intensity cardio exercise.
32. An _____ exercise is optional and may supplement a basic exercise.
33. A _____ is the body's internal rotation movement resulting in an appendage facing downward.
35. One of the main purposes for _____-lifting is maximizing muscle hypertrophy.
37. Carbohydrates, fats, and proteins are used in the body to produce _____.
38. The "_____ test" is useful for determining intensity during a cardio workout.
39. A _____ extension is an example of an isolation exercise.
41. An example of a super set that combines two exercise for the same muscle group would be dumbbell chest flys with _____ presses.
44. "CHF" is a chronic and debilitating syndrome affecting more than five million Americans annually. The "H" in CHF stands for _____.
45. The _____ scale is a simple rating of perceived exertion (RPE) used by many coaches and physiologists to assess an athlete's level of intensity during training or testing sessions.