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What is any physical activity that makes you sweat, causes you to breathe harder, and gets your heart beating faster compared to when you are at rest?29
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What is any physical activity that makes you sweat, causes you to breathe harder, and gets your heart beating faster compared to when you are at rest?
What is the ability of the cardiovascular system of the body to supply energy during continuous physical activities such as biking and running?
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is the ability of the muscles to exert a force during an activity such as lifting weights.
or any weight-bearing activity that produces a force on the bone, is also important to overall health for children and adults
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is how many times you can lift a certain amount of weight.
Strength exercises, such as weight lifting, push-ups and crunches, work your muscles by using resistance (like a dumbbell or your own body weight.) This type of exercise increases lean muscle mass, which is particularly important for weight loss, because lean muscle burns more calories than other types of tissue.
It is when you alternate between several exercises(usually five to 10) that target different muscle groups.
stretch your muscles and may improve your range of motion at your joints
is most often recommended for general fitness. With this type, you slowly ease into the position and hold for 10 to 30 seconds before slowly releasing the stretch.
This form of stretching is used in yoga and martial arts. The stretch is held by the strength of agonist muscles (muscles responsible for the movement).
During this type of stretching, you hold the limb to perform the stretch without any assistance such as a bar or bands.
is stretching with movement. The body transitions gradually into a position and this movement is repeated as you increase your reach and range of motion.
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is a condition in which an individual has sufficient energy to avoid fatigue and enjoy life.Users re-arrange answers into correct orderJumble30s
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