Answer: Just like many things in life, practice makes you better. As you exercises, over time, you muscles, heart, lungs will adapt to move blood, oxygen, glucose more efficiently. This is why athlete has lower resting heart rate. Their hearts are so efficient that, for example, they can do the work at 45 beats a minute when the average heart has to do the same work at 80 beats. They recover from exercises quicker too because they can move the oxygen/glucose and remove waste by products from the working muscles quicker.
Answer: Good cardiovascular health means that the heart and bloodstream will be better at efficiently delivering blood to cells, particularly muscles. This gives the cells a constant supply of oxygen, required for generating energy.
So, better cardiovascular health means your body is able to deliver oxygen to the muscles rapidly using energy more efficiently, and for longer. You use energy to play netball. A good cardiovascular system means that you are able to play at your highest level for longer, without getting tired out.
Answer: Cardiovascular sports involve exercising your heart to help have a longer and healthier life. Some of these sports that practice cardiovascular endurance is swimming, running, or even having a jog around the nearest park. These exercises help the heart become fixed and used to training, and will build up endurance. You can google the question, there will be more information. Hope this helps!
Answer: being an athlete, to me cardio vascular endurance is your capability to maintain an elevated heart rate in a cardio exercise. one man may be much faster than i am, but he also may only be able to run faster for 200 yards more, before he tires and i then pass him because i have more cardio endurance.
Answer: By gradually increasing your cardiovascular work out to involve long periods of sustained heart rate. A cardiovascular work out is bascally walking, running, dancing, swimming etc... anything that will increase your heart rate for a sustained period. Endurance comes when you can maintain the activity for long periods of time.
Answer: Tests include a VO2 Max test, which measures the maximum oxygen consumption, maximal oxygen uptake and cpacity of your lungs. The test involves a graded exercise test on a tresadmill. Difficulty is increased as concentration of oxygen and carbon dioxide is measured.