Unit 2 Review

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Tinslen
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Unit 2 Review
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2014-10-21 14:21:10
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heart rate
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These cards were created to help my PE classes study for their Unit 2 test.
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  1. How many times your heart can beat in one minute.
    Heart Rate
  2. What does BPM stand for?
    Beats per minute
  3. Why should you care about heart rate during exercise?
    • 1. Get the most out of your workout.
    • 2. Makes your heart more efficient.
    • 3. Stay at an intensity level appropriate to meet your goals.
  4. Where are the 2 places to find your pulse?
    Wrist and neck
  5. What is the artery in the neck called?
    Carotid artery
  6. What is the artery in the wrist?
    Radial artery
  7. If I am manually taking my pulse, and I am doing a 6 second count, what do I need to multiply that number by to get my bpm?
    10
  8. If I am manually taking my pulse and I am doing a 10 second count, what do I need to multiply that number by to get my bpm?
    6
  9. If I am manually taking my pulse and I am doing a 15 second count, what do I need to multiply that number by to get my bpm?
    4
  10. What factors influence heart rate?
    • 1. activity level
    • 2. fitness level
    • 3. air temp.
    • 4. body position
    • 5. emotions
    • 6. body size
    • 7. medication
  11. What is the heart rate when you first get up, before you get out of bed?
    Resting heart rate
  12. What is a normal resting heart rate?
    50-90 bpm
  13. What is the heart rate when you are awake but sedentary?
    Ambient heart rate
  14. What does sedentary mean?
    Not active, sitting
  15. The hearts ability to return itself after being elevated during exercise
    Recovery heart rate
  16. The measure of the hearts response to a change in position.
    Delta heart rate
  17. The maximum number of times the heart can contract in one minute.
    Maximum heart rate
  18. How do you calculate max heart rate?
    220-age
  19. The heart rate at which your cardiovascular system receives the most benefits?
    Target Heart Rate Zone
  20. What does THRZ stand for?
    Target Heart Rate Zone
  21. How long should you be in your target heart rate zone to receive benefit?
    30 minutes per day
  22. What percentage of your max heart rate should you be at to receive benefit?
    60-90% of your max heart rate

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