•  Body Composition- the combination of fat-free mass and fat mass, including fat, bones, muscles, organs and water

    Cardio-respiratory Endurance- the ability of the heart, blood vessels and lungs to supply enough oxygen necessary fuel to the muscles during long periods of physical activity

     
    Dynamic Stretches- involves moving parts of the body continuosly while gradually increasing reach, speed of movement, or both gently through a full range of motion.  Stretching performed while in motion.  For Example:
    •  High kness walking/jogging
    • kick back walking/jogging
    • straight leg swings
    • lunges
    • carioca walking/jogging
    Flexibility- the muscles ability to move a joint through a full range of motion 
     
    Muscular endurance- the ability of a muscle or muscles to push or pull with its total force (12 or more repetitions, light resistance)
     
    Muscular strength- the ability of a muscle or muscles to push or pull with its total force (7 or less repetitions, heavy resistance)
    Resistance training- an activity that places an additional force against the muscle or muscle group
     
    Static stretches- involves stretching a muscle to the point of mild discomfort by holding it in a maximal stretch for an extended period
    For example:
    The new hurdlers stretch
    pelican stretch
    hand cuff stretch
    butterfly strecth
    kung fu stretch