Fitness Terms - F
Fitness Glossary - F Terms
Fibrous connective tissue that covers, supports and separates all muscles and muscle groups. It also unites skin with underlying tissue.
Refers to muscle cells that fire quickly and are utilized in anaerobic activities such as sprinting and power lifting.
Often referred to as lipids, or triglycerides, one of the main food groups, containing nine calories per gram. It serves a variety of functions in the body, however a high percentage of body fat has been proven to be bad for you.
The substance that in combination with blood cells forms a blood clot.
Bend or decrease angle of a joint; contract a muscle.
(ROM) Range of movement in a joint or group of joints.
Bending in contrast to extending, as in leg flexion's.
Cleanse a muscle by increasing the blood supply to it, removing toxins left in muscle by exertion.
Assistance to perform additional repetitions of an exercise when muscles can no longer complete movement on their own.
Free Style Training
Training all body parts in one workout.
Free-Form Amino Acids
Structurally unlinked individual amino acids.
Highly reactive molecules that possess unpaired electrons. Caused by a number of factors, look at Antioxidants for prevention.
Often used as a sugar substitute for diabetics, because of its low glycemic index. A healthier option than normal sugar, as fructose comes from fruit.
Full Spectrum Amino Acids
A supplement that contains all of the essential amino acids.