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The Cathe Crossword
Fitness & Health #54
8. Weights attached to a long bar which requires both hands to pick up.
11. The loss of bodily tissues (such as muscle), usually the result of disease or lack of use.
12. The "positive" part of a resistance exercise when the exerciser lifts the weight by pushing or pulling.
13. Spot _____ occurs when you try to eliminate weight or fat from a specific part of your body and concentrates working only on that part.
16. The backside.
17. The heart rate you should maintain when you exercise is your _____ heart rate.
19. Proteins that speed up specific chemical reactions.
20. _____ is the technical term for making a muscle work beyond its comfortable point of exertion.
21. This means acute soreness in gym lingo. This typically occurs during and immediately following exercise.
22. Running at a trot as a form of cardiopulmonary exercise.
24. The "negative" part of a resistance exercise when the weight is lowered.
25. The rate at which the body burns calories while awake but at rest (usually measured in calories per day) is your _____ metabolic rate.
27. _____ endurance is the body's ability, over sustained periods of physical activity, to deliver oxygen and nutrients to tissues and to remove wastes.
30. Lying face down in a horizontal position.
31. The large four-part extensor muscles at the front of the thigh.
36. Muscle that counteracts the agonist, lengthening when the agonist muscle contracts.
38. The power to withstand hardship or stress.
40. An active bodily exertion performed to develop or maintain fitness.
42. To put into vigorous action and to put oneself into great effort in any fitness related field.
43. Slang term referring to the deltoid muscles.
44. Weight increases while the reps decrease in each set.
45. Turning outward.
1. Body _____ is the ratio of lean body mass to fat.
2. When the weight decreases with each set but the reps stay the same, they are called _____ sets.
3. The number of heartbeats per unit of time, usually expressed as beats per minute (2 words).
4. Muscular _____ is the muscle's ability to exert force for a brief span of time.
5. General condition of the body and mind.
6. This is the process wherein you raise your body temperature to prepare your muscles for exercise.
7. A yogurt-like dairy product from Iceland and the natural choice of people who are trying to restrict their calorie and fat intake.
9. _____ is the ability to move joints and use muscles through their full range of motion.
10. Water _____ are exercises that use your own body weight for resistance training.
14. The ability of a tissue or other material to return to its original size or shape after stretching or elongation.
15. The highest point at which lactic production exceeds lactic acid removal is your anaerobic _____.
18. Unit measuring the amount of energy obtained from food.
19. Pertaining to a gland that secretes directly into the bloodstream and the opposite of exocrine.
23. The _____ Effect occurs when you may be working out but do not see improvements in your fitness level because your body is no longer being overloaded.
25. A weight-_____ exercise is one in which you support your weight or lift weight.
26. Side movement away from the midline of the body, for example a side leg raise moving the leg away from the body's center.
28. A set of customary and often mechanically performed procedures or activities.
29. Weights which are not attached to a machine nor driven by cables or chains (2 words).
32. Scapular abduction.
33. The ability of the human body to function with vigor and alertness, without undue fatigue, is your physical _____.
34. The ability of a muscle, or a group of muscles, to sustain repeated contractions or to continue applying force against a fixed object is your muscular _____.
35. BMI (Body Mass _____) is a number that reflects the percentage of body fat in proportion to lean body mass.
36. One of the fibrous contractile proteins found in a myofibril.
37. The power of moving the limbs quickly and easily.
39. Cordlike bundles of fibers made up of neurons.
41. Refers to the number of reps performed steadily and continuously without a break.