I really do have Flash installed.
What follows is a plain HTML version of the puzzle.
The Cathe Crossword
Fitness & Health #55
1. The ability to quickly change body position or direction of the body.
3. Body _____ refers to the components of the body. It is usually divided into two components, the amount of fat mass and the amount of fat-free mass in the body.
5. Concerning the heart and respiratory system.
8. A person, normally your workout partner, who watches your lifts for technique and safety. Their role is also to help you finish your movement.
10. Gross _____ skills are the basic skills developed when young.
11. A physical and metal state which occurs due to excessive training without adequate recovery
12. Movement (usually of skin or bone) caused by muscle contractions.
17. A measurement of the work done by the heart, commonly expressed as the number of beats per minute (2 words).
18. A salt formed from lactic acid.
19. Backward bending of the fingers or toes toward the upper surface of the foot or hand.
20. Movement of a bone such that it revolves around it's own longitudinal axis.
21. _____ training is a session that involves repeated bouts of exercise, separated by rest periods.
25. Increasing the angle between articulating bones, often to restore a part of the body to the anatomical position after it has been flexed.
26. Decreasing the angle between articulating bones.
27. The ability to repeat a series of muscle contractions without fatiguing is muscular _____.
28. How often you work out, such as the number of days lifted per week.
29. A term for someone's aerobic fitness capacity and their ability to do prolonged exercise without fatigue is their aerobic _____.
30. A group of repetitions.
1. _____ processes occur in the cells of the body without the presence of oxygen.
2. Literally means equal tension.
4. Bending fingers or toes towards the lower surface of the foot or hand.
6. Movement of the forearm so that the palm is turned forward or upward.
7. The ability to exert a maximal force in as short a time as possible, as in accelerating, jumping and throwing implements.
9. Movement of the forearm so that the palm is turned backward or downward.
13. A reduction in training intensity before a major competition to give the body time to recover and adapt so as to reach a peak in performance.
14. The ability to carry out work against a resistance is muscular _____.
15. A muscle that causes a limb or other body-part to bend.
16. Concerning the heart and blood vessels.
22. Meaning with oxygen. Aerobic training is at a lower intensity, with the purpose of stimulating the metabolism.
23. The ability to move quickly across the ground or move limbs rapidly to grab or throw.
24. Aerobic _____ is a measure of how well your blood transports oxygen around the body, and how well your muscles utilize the oxygen.