5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- What three impediments can keep people from taking action?
- Define risk factor.
- What is a technique of change and how do they relate to the process? Know some examples.
- Define overtraining.
- Consequences of physical inactivity and leading health problems in US.
- a Methods of procedures used during each process of change. For example, following dinner, people with a weight problem often cannot resist constant snacking during the rest of the evening until its time to retire for the night.
- b The problems of competence, problems of confidence, and the problems of motivation.
- c Risk factor is the lifestyle and the genetic variables that may lead to disease.
- d The US Surgeon General has stated that poor health as a result of the lack of physical activity is a serious public health problem. Lack of physical activity can lead to chronic diseases such as heart disease, type II diabetes, cancer, high blood pressure and osteoporotic fractures.
- e Emotional, behavioral, and physical condition marked by increased fatigue, decreased performance, persistent muscle soreness, mood disturbances, and the feeling of stillness or burnt out as a result of excessive physical training
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Plastic elongation - permanent lengthening of soft tissue. Elastic elongation - temporary lengthening of soft tissue
- A decrease of adipose or fatty tissue around muscle fiber themselves
- Short for "metabolic equivalent," the rate of energy expenditure at rest; 1 MET is equivalent to a VO₂ of 3.5 mL\kg\min.
- Enhances the quality of life, improves balance and restores mobility
- Strength - training method referring to a muscle contraction that produces little or no movement (pushing or pulling against an immovable object)
5 True/False Questions
What is health-related fitness? → Health related fitness is a program that is prescribed to improve an individuals' overall health.
How can one prevent back pain? → 1. physical inactivity 2. poor postural habits and body mechanics 3. excessive body weight 4. psychological stress
Free weights versus machines. → Risk factor is the lifestyle and the genetic variables that may lead to disease.
Symptoms of heat illness. → Decreased perspiration, cramping, weakness, flushed skin, throbbing headache, nausea\vomiting, diarrhea and blurry vision (see page 300 for more information)
What is a SMART Goal? → Individuals whose diet is of vegetables or plant origin.