Physical Education Instructor

**If you are sick or injured and are unable to physically complete the Cardio Log you MUST complete the CARDIO LOG MAKE UP, which can be found under web-files at the top of this page.

4th Quarter Vocab Word List-

Week #7-Recovery Rate—The time necessary for an exercise-induced elevated heart rate to return to a normal resting heart rate.

Week #6-Critical Thinking- Is a mode of thinking in which the person improves the quality of their thinking by skillfully analyzing, assessing, and reconstructing it.

Week #5-Creativity-The use of imagination or original ideas to create something; inventiveness.

Week #4-Cooperation- An act or instance of working or acting together for a common purpose or benefit; joint action.

Week #3-Collaboration-To work with another person or group in order to achieve a certain goal.

Week #2-Overload principle-A principle of training that establishes a minimum threshold and requires one to exceed that threshold to benefit from the chosen physical activity.

Week #1-Range of Motion- ROM, is a term commonly used to refer to the movement of a joint from full flexion to full extension.
Quarter #3

Week #10- Non-locomotor movements-Movement of the body performed from a relatively stable base of support. Examples include bending, stretching, twisting, turning, leaning, swaying, and swinging

Vocab Log Week #9 Locomotor Movements—Basic motor movements involving a change of position of the feet and/or a change of direction of the body. Locomotor movements include walking, running, hopping, skipping, jumping, leaping, sliding, and galloping.

Vocab Log Week #8 Core Muscles—The abdominal, back, hip, and pelvic floor muscles

Vocab Log Week #7 Cool-Down Exercises—Five to ten minutes of light to moderate physical activity.
Cool-down exercises help the body recover from exercise. This process maintains blood pressure, helps enhance venous return, and prevents blood from pooling in the muscles.

Vocab Log Week #6-Health-related physical fitness—Consists of those components of physical fitness that have a relationship to good health: body composition, aerobic capacity, flexibility, muscle endurance, and muscle strength.

Vocab Log Week #5-Body Composition—The proportion of fat-free mass (e.g., muscle, bone, vital organs, and tissues) to fat mass in the body.

Vocab Log Week #4-Biomechanics—The study of human movement and how such movement is influenced by gravity, friction, and the laws of motion. It involves the analysis of force, including muscle force that produces movements and impact force that may cause injuries. It explains why motor skills are performed in explicit ways in order to improve efficiency and effectiveness.

Vocab Log Week #3-Velocity-the speed of something in a given direction. synonyms:speed, pace, rate, tempo, momentum

Vocab Log Week #2-Aesthetics-The understanding and appreciation of beauty in human movement.

Vocab Log Week #1-Type 2 Diabetes-Is a long term metabolic disorder that is characterized by high blood sugar, insulin resistance, and relative lack of insulin.


COMPLETED LOGS are worth full credit on Monday (10 Points)
1/2 credit on Tuesday (5 points) and 0 credit any day there after. That does not include absences or holidays on Mondays.

A copy of the instructions on how to fill out the logs has been sent home for parents to see.
If you have lost the instructions they can be found under Cardio Logs or Vocab Logs under subjects at the top left of the page

VOCAB LOGS! Must be completed in pencil!
Make sure you underline, circle, or highlight the vocabulary word in your sentence!


"CARDIO AND VOCAB LOGS are to be turned in on the Cardio and Vocab Logs only. Do not hand in the logs on any other paper or they will not be accepted until they are on the correct log sheet.

Students are responsible for make-up work when they are absent FOR ANY REASON (Sickness, Jazz Band, Orchestra, Pal, Leadership, or any other field trip).
You can make an appointment with me to make up a missed assignment.

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