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  1. Physical activity done for the purposes of getting fit that increases energy expenditure above baseline levels; is planned, structured, and repetitive; duration, frequency, and intensity can be measured.
    Exercise
  2. Bodily movement produced by the contraction of the skeletal muscles that substantially increase energy expenditure above baseline level. A broad term, it emcompasses exercise, sport, dance, active games, activites of daily living, and active occupational tasks.
    Physical activity
  3. Subject matter taught in schools that provides K-12 students with opportunities to learn, have meaningful content adn appropriate instruction. Quality programs focus on increasing physical competence, health-related fitness, self-responsiblity, and enjoyment of physical activity for all students so that they can be physically active for a lifetime.
    Physical Education
  4. Capacity of people to perform physical activities; set of attributes that allow individuals to carry out daily tasks withough undue fatigue and have the energy to participate in a variety of physical activities; state of well-being associated with low risk of premature health problems.
    Physical fitness
  5. Well-established, officially governed competitive physical activities in which participants are motivated by internal and external rewards.
    Sport

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