A  level of health in which you have muscular  endurance, muscular  strength, flexibility, cardiovascular  endurance, and...
   are more likely to be at your ideal weight.   have more energy and work without fatigue.   are better able to cope w...
Cardiovascular    Muscular  Endurance      Endurance  Muscular                  Flexibility  Strength            Body     ...
 theability of the heart and lungs to work together to provide the needed oxygen and fuel to the body during sustained wo...
 the    amount of force a muscle can produce.
 the    ability of the muscles to perform continuous without fatiguing.
 theability of each joint to move through the available range of motion for a specific joint.
 the ability to coordinate the command performance of sensory knowledge and all muscle including bones and internal organs.
Physical Fitness
Physical Fitness
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  1. 1. A level of health in which you have muscular endurance, muscular strength, flexibility, cardiovascular endurance, and lean body compositions. Achieved by the regular movement of muscles through a variety of exercises. Maintaining physical fitness is a life-long process and should always be part of your lifestyle. People with disabilities can also reach a measure of physical fitness by doing exercises appropriate for their conditions.
  2. 2.  are more likely to be at your ideal weight. have more energy and work without fatigue. are better able to cope with stress. are less likely to be depressed and anxious. are less likely to have psychosomatic diseases and disorders. are less likely to have chronic diseases such as high blood pressure, coronary heart disease, and obesity-related diabetes. will develop muscle tone. have stronger bones. have a healthy muscles. are better able to relax and sleep well. have better digestion and less constipation have increased lung capacity. have strong heart muscle. are more apt to be socially active. feel better about yourself and your appearance. are more likely to decelerate the aging process. are less likely to have accidents and injuries.
  3. 3. Cardiovascular Muscular Endurance Endurance Muscular Flexibility Strength Body Composition
  4. 4.  theability of the heart and lungs to work together to provide the needed oxygen and fuel to the body during sustained workloads.
  5. 5.  the amount of force a muscle can produce.
  6. 6.  the ability of the muscles to perform continuous without fatiguing.
  7. 7.  theability of each joint to move through the available range of motion for a specific joint.
  8. 8.  the ability to coordinate the command performance of sensory knowledge and all muscle including bones and internal organs.
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