• 1st Semester Vocabulary: 
    HFZ - Healthy Fitness Zone
    5 Health-Components of Fitness:
         Aerobic Capacity
         Muscular Strength
         Muscular Endurance
         BMI - Body Mass Index
    Flexibility - The ability of the joints to move through their full range of motion.
    Aerobic Capacity - The ability of the cardio-respiratory system to work over a long period of time "with oxygen".
    Muscular Strength - The ability of a muscle to generate force over a short period of time.
    Muscular Endurance - The ability of a muscle to generate force over a long period of time.
    Body Composition(BMI) - The relative amount of fat body mass to lean body mass.
    Pace - The rate of speed in walking and running.
    Self-Control - the act of controlling your reactions, physical and emotional (body control, verbal control, physical control). 
    Relationships - your peers, your classmates, and/or small groups.
    Sequence - putting movement in an order, beginning, middle and end.
    Rhythm - a repeated pattern of sounds and/or movement.
    Frequency - How often you should exercise.
    Intensity - How hard or strenuous you should exercise.
    Time - How long you should exercise.
    Type - Refers to the type of activity.
    Cultural diversity - the differences that exist in the world, our society or your school. 
     MyPlate - tool for making appropriate nutritional decisions.
    2nd Semester Vocabulary: 
    Skills Components - agility, balance, coordination, power, reaction time, speed
    Agility - Being able to change directions quickly under control.
    Balance - The ability to keep the body in a steady position.
    Coordination - Smooth and efficient movement using more than one part of the body at the same time.
    Power - The ability to use strength quickly, it involves both strength and speed.
    Reaction time - How quickly you respond to something.
    Force - any influence that changes the motion of an object. 
    Speed - The ability to perform a movement or cover a distance in a short period of time. 
    FIT(T) - Principles of fitness training:
             frequency, intensity, time, type   
    Weight Transfer - shifting your weight from one side to another or one body part to another body part. 
    Manipulative skills - kicking, throwing, striking, catching, dribbling, volleying and punting.
    Resting Heart Rate - the number of heart beats at rest (before you move). 
    Offense - Team with possession of the ball/puck; team attempting to score
    Defense - Team trying to keep the opponent from scoring points/goals/runs
    Game Strategy - Using skills or techniques to compete better in a game or activity. 
    Practice - Doing a skill over again to become better