5.1 Choosing the Right Exercise Program for You Assignment # 12Name: _____________________________ E/F-MOD Due: 11 January 20121. Tone2. When you are physically fit, your heart, _________, lungs, and muscles work together as a team allowing you to breathe easily and __________ in coordinated movement.3. The physical fitness can be broken down into four health-related components, what are they:4. The ancient Greek word “gymnasion,” from which our word “gymnasium” comes, means _______..5. Match the following exercises with their definitions: Aerobic, Anaerobic, Isotonic, Isometric and Isokinetic. _____________ Exercise in which muscles contract, but very little body movement takes place _____________ Working in the absence of adequate amounts of oxygen being delivered to the muscles _____________ Building muscle strength using resistance without joint movement _____________ Allowing sufficient amounts of oxygen to be delivered to the muscles _____________ Building muscle strength using resistance with joint movement6. As you create your exercise program, remember that your fitness program should ___ ___.7. The FIT principle depends on three factors, what are they?
8. Talk test9. Warm up with a _____ minute period of mild exercise before vigorous exercise and it should include ______ minutes of stretching to increase flexibility10. A person with average cardiovascular fitness has a resting heart rate of _____ bpm.11. During exercise in warm weather, you should drink a cup of water every _______ minutes.12. Calisthenics13. Cardiorespiratory14. To help you stick with your exercise program, think of fitness as a _______.15. To take your heart rate you count your pulses for only ____seconds and then multiply by ___.