Types of Exercise
Exercise for the Whole Body
Benefits of Exercise
Routines for Safe Exercise
Miscellaneous
100

Being able to stretch and bend easily

Flexibility

100

The amount of physical activity time you need every day

60 Minutes

100

Who needs the greatest amount of sleep

Babies
100
You should do this before exercising to prevent injury

Stretch

100

When you exercise, you breathe deeply. Your ______ get bigger so that they can handle all that extra air

Lungs

200

Keeps a person healthy - Makes a person strong

Exercise

200

People who exercise are able to handle this better than people who don't 

Stress

200

Refreshes our bodies and energizes us so that we can be alert and active the next day.

Sleep

200

Forgetting to warm up before playing a sport can cause a muscle to ______.

Pull, tear

200

The stronger your heart gets, the _______ times it has to pump

Fewer

300

Muscles have a lot of power

Strength

300

What are the three measures of physical fitness?

Strength, flexibility, endurance

300

Look like bunches of long, thin strands of spaghetti that can stretch

Muscles
300

A strengthening exercise for the muscles

Lifting weights

300

The amount of time you spend using devices; television, computer, cell phone, video games, etc.

Screen time

400

Being able to exercise for a long period of time without getting tired 

Endurance

400

The chemicals that control certain functions in your body and are released when you exercise

Hormones

400

Average 9-10 year old needs this much sleep every day

9-11 Hours

400

When you first start to exercise, you should start _______ or you might hurt yourself

Slowly

400

A worry or tension that can cause health problems such as headaches and stomach problems

Stress

500

Strong heart, just enough body fat, flexibility, strength, and endurance

Physically fit (Physical fitness)

500

A disease of the bones that can be prevented with exercise

Osteoporosis 

500

Besides muscles and lungs - Exercise helps these by keeping them flexible or limber and mobile

Joints

500

Gradually slowing down at the end of an exercise period to allow accumulated blood to move out of your muscles

"Cool down"

500

Using lots of physical strength, effort, or energy

Vigorous

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