Your Guide to Getting Fit
This is a practical guide to understanding fitness and developing a successful personal fitness program. It provides basic physiological information and outlines the fitness process, allowing the instructor to serve as advisor while the student creates his or her own ﬁtness program.
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Physical Fitness Training Principles
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20 minutes achieve Action CRE BC aerobic approximate calories burned arms athletes begin bicycling blood pressure body composition body fat Body parts affected calorie balance carbohydrates cardiac stress test cardiorespiratory endurance chest cholesterol circuit training coronary coronary heart disease CRE training cross-country skiing develop diet duration eating Estimating calorie cost exercise program F Body fitness components fitness goals FITNESS PROFILE fitness program flexibility foods frequency gradually heart rate hips increase intake intensity interval training jogging keep knees legs lose weight maximum miles minutes in action model program muscle groups muscular endurance muscular strength number of calories oxygen pace percent perform physical activity physical fitness pounds problems progressive overload pulse push-up reduce relax require rest risk rope skipping running saturated fat score shoulders sit-ups skiing skills stress swimming Table tennis total minutes training effects walking warm-up week weight training weight X total workout