Your Best Guide to Decoding Common Fitness Class Lingo

 

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these, and other common fitness phrases, will help you avoid injuries and get the most out of your exercise routine every time. Thankfully, most of them are as simple as they sound. We spoke with a handful of trainers to uncover exactly what these common fitness class phrases actually mean.

Gym Lingo 101 – Your guide to the most commonly used gym terms. 17 min read. Share. Describes the common postural weakness where the hips are tipped forward, forcing the spine to curve, bottom to protrude, and an imbalance in the upper back/spine.

Typically seen in group classes, where a number of bodyweight and high intensity. Exercisers of all fitness levels can enjoy this class, because you can work at your own pace and resistance level. Functional Fitness Although it’s important to have a strong heart and muscles, many people are more concerned with being able to complete activities of daily living (transporting groceries to and from the car or lifting a heavy. For most guys who regularly lift, they speak fitness. And it can get pretty complex.

Luckily I broke a lot of it down for you. So here’s the (very politically incorrect) guide on how to speak fitness which includes 55 common words and phrases. = 1. “On that grind” – Basically, you workout. But you like to think working out is the. The fitness industry, perhaps more than most others, can present a sometimes overwhelming abundance of terminology; so with this in mind, we thought it might be useful to put together a definitive (or as close to definitive as possible) list, compiling the various terms a new (and perhaps even seasoned) gym-goer may encounter. CrossFitters march to the beat of a different drum—not to mention speak an entirely different language.

Coaches and athletes use jargon and abbreviations to describe the exercises and techniques. Energize your life. Every day is a choice. Everyone in life needs balance. Everyone Needs a Tune-up.

Everything you want is outside of your comfort zone. Exercise your mind and body. Fast.

Convenient. Affordable. Fight for Fitness. Find a way or make one.

Fit for life. Fitness for Health Resolution. Fitness is not a destination it is a way of life.

Maximum Heart Rate: 220 – your age. This is used when determining your training zone. Target Heart Rate: A good target heart rate for vigorous training is 70-85% of your maximum heart rate. For example, for a 40yr old who wants to train at 75%, calculate 220 – 40 X.75 = 135. Continuous trainingThis is the most common type of sustained aerobic exercise for fitness improvement, slowly adding more time to the workout to increase endurance.

Cool downLowering of body temperature following vigorous exercise. The practice of cooling down after exercise involves slowing down your level of activity gradually. Try performing planks that can make your abs look like a table with columns and rows. These are very effective when performed with the right posture and technique.

You can perform normal planks or side planks. After updating your dictionary it’s time to hit gym like a professor of gym with all the gym lingo well known to you.

List of related literature:

Four basic principles are associated with resistance training for athletes: specificity, overload, progression, and periodization.

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from Applied Exercise and Sport Physiology, With Labs
by Terry J. Housh, Dona J. Housh, Herbert A. deVries
Taylor & Francis, 2017

(a) A protocol entailing eight exercises using 5RM and 3-minute rest periods between sets and exercises.

“Essentials of Strength Training and Conditioning” by Thomas R. Baechle, Roger W. Earle, National Strength & Conditioning Association (U.S.)
from Essentials of Strength Training and Conditioning
by Thomas R. Baechle, Roger W. Earle, National Strength & Conditioning Association (U.S.)
Human Kinetics, 2008

Group Type Frequency (d/wk) Intensity Duration Sets x Reps) Exercises (Number) Notes Healthy younger [32,77] A variety of equipment and/or body weight can be used.

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by Joel D. Kopple, Shaul G Massry, Kamyar Kalantar-Zadeh
Elsevier Science, 2012

EXERCISES Training Zone: Resistance/Reps Training Zone: Resistance/Reps Training Zone: Resistance/Reps | |Rest for each set RM 20me Rest for each set RM70ne Rest for each set RM Zone

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by William J. Kraemer, Steven J. Fleck
Human Kinetics, 2007

Fitness for Dummies” (Schlosberg and Neporent 1996) encourages readers to go to a fitness club and get a fully-fledged fitness test done by accredited fitness appraisers.

“Body Fascism: Salvation in the Technology of Physical Fitness” by Brian Pronger
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by Brian Pronger
University of Toronto Press, 2002

Abbreviations: CON strength training, INT concurrent strength and short interval training, MVC maximal voluntary contraction, RSA repeated sprint ability, SIT concurrent strength and sprint interval training.

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from Concurrent Aerobic and Strength Training: Scientific Basics and Practical Applications
by Moritz Schumann, Bent R. Rønnestad
Springer International Publishing, 2018

I will now describe the four measures of fitness that are used in this book:

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by John R. Koza, John R.. Koza, James P. Rice
Bradford, 1992

The format of these classes is equally as varied, to include water aerobics, dance, high impact, moderate impact, low impact, nonimpact, resistance aerobics that utilize rubber bands and/or light, free, or attached weights, step aerobics, slide, box aerobics, plyometrics, and aerobic interval training.

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by William Labov, Ray Broadus Browne, Pat Browne
Bowling Green State University Popular Press, 2001

Items from the BPFT (Winnick & Short, 1999a) might be used to evaluate healthrelated components of fitness.

“Adapted Physical Education and Sport” by Joseph P. Winnick
from Adapted Physical Education and Sport
by Joseph P. Winnick
Human Kinetics, 2011

As noted in ACSM’s Health/Fitness Facility Standards and Guidelines (Tharrett & Peterson, 2012, p. 51), several key elements must be addressed in designing and building physical education and physical activity facilities.

“Organization and Administration of Physical Education: Theory and Practice” by Jayne D. Greenberg, Judy L. LoBianco
from Organization and Administration of Physical Education: Theory and Practice
by Jayne D. Greenberg, Judy L. LoBianco
Human Kinetics, Incorporated, 2019

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  • Also as a pilot when you’re ready for departure never say “ready for takeoff” ATC should be the only ones saying takeoff. There might be someone else waiting departure and hear the word takeoff and mistaken it for ATC telling them their clear.

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  • So many errors on this video.
    LISTEN to radio FIRST. If they are busy, dont just get on the air with a long dissertation, just say “Ground, Cessna NXXXX” and wait for them to respond to you. You need to ensure they are focused on a new communication from you. They will say “Cessna NXXXX, ground” then go ahead and give your request. They may say “Cessna NXXXX stand by”
    Your initial full request should include type of a/c. Saying “Cessna” is not good enough. Cessna makes several type of a/c. Instead say “Cessna Citation Nxxxx” this tells ATC who you are. Use your FULL (including the N) call sign. NEVER just use the last 3 of your call sign UNLESS ATC uses it first, as they may have more than one a/c with the same last 3 character if a call sign on their frequency.

    When tower says “600 contact ground on 120.8” when clear of the runway, you are NOT to move onto or on a taxiway until you are in contact with ground. Stop the a/c until you are told to proceed. Your feedback to tower should include the frequency they gave you. Such as “600 contacting ground in 120.8”
    When ATC tells you of other a/c in the area say “Negative contact” or “traffic in sight”

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  • Hi, I am a French pilot, I am not used to using English over the radio. I have used Spanish though, no problem (I regularly fly there to see my gf). English is becoming the norm though. I have a lot of trouble understanding your ATC in the US. In this video, I could understand you clearly, but only guess at a few words over the radio. My instructor flew around the US and had a hard time (his English is way worse than mine!). I find it quite intimidating!

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  • The best thing I was told for starting radio communication to remember was “hey you, it’s me”. For instance if I’m talking want to talk to ground, Ground (hey you), Cessna NEG345 (it’s me). Not a real tail number or anything just giving the example such as you.

  • I may have misheard you but you must wait for the controller to abbreviate your tailnumber. You must begin every new contact with your full tailnumber. They have the big picture and there may be another aircraft with a similar tailnumber as your airplane that they have been and are currently in communication with. To reemphasize you must give your fill tailnumber on each initial contact until the controller abbreviates it, if they do not abbreviate it then you must continue to use your full tailnumber.

  • No matter if you are in USA, EU, or Asia: 90% of ATC speak like monks trying to sound cool…
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  • Glad I found this video. It was very helpful. Talking to ATC as well as understanding the speed talking from ATC is my greatest weakness. PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE….

  • FBI Agent: talks about body language and certain behaviors
    My ADHD: YOUR A SPY AND YOU DONT EVEN KNOW YOU WERE A SPY, YOUR DEPRESSED AND SELF LOATHING, WE ARE RUSSIAN???

    This is quite joke obviously.

  • Great video, no stupid jokes, straight to the point, helped me a lot! Thank you! Got my PPL at 60 yrs old, 6 years ago, love to fly. Thanks again!

  • I always had a dream to be a pilot, but I ended up doing law. but it always very nice to watch this kinds of videos, because the dream doesn’t get old, and one day I will hopefully fly a plane

  • I Really Did Like Your Video & I Agree With Tina (Below) That It Would Be Great If Everyone Could Speak A Little, No, A-lot Slower. Why Does Everyone Talk So Fast!?! It Seems To Me ATC Is The Hardest Part About Learning To Fly…

  • in commercial aviation, who talks to the atc, the captain or the first officer? also, how common is it for both of them (captain and f.o.) to communicate with atc during the same leg of a flight?

  • in Europe or let’s say more specifically at my aerodrome it’s a bit different, you have to tell the ground cont. your atis information letter designator, the QNH subscale setting according to the MSL pressure of that time example: QNH 1013, a request startup at which apron you’re parked and lastly your intentions for that VFR flight when it it usually with no flight plan like circuits

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  • I am in flight training now, and I got my landings dialed in before I can functionally talk to ATC without getting nervous. Thanks for this video.

  • Hey, maybe when you contact TWR, you tell them at what taxiway you are holding short of at the runway instead of just holding short

  • Bruh.. it is great to know that you can ask ATC to “speak lower” or “say again.” On my first few flights, I was having a very difficult time understanding what they were saying. It was like their mouths were machine guns. My instructor would respond back no problem and in my head I’m like…. “Wth did he just say?!” Lol

    Great video!!

  • Thanks a lot for this, it has helped me tremendously. On Vatsim I could make neither head nor tails of what ATC was talking about, but now everything is cleared up. Great video, thanks!

  • This guy is 100% right. I played poker semi pro 6 months to pay the bills, few yrs back. No body language is universal. I think very few are more than 70%… I learned this after dumping off a $1300 pot. Don’t feel bad for me though, I scooped [email protected] $1400 the next night.

  • Everything would be ok if I could either A, jerk the radio out and throw it out the window or B, force all atc to freakin slow down and especially speak clearly! Geez