lesson 1 PE (mu)
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What term best describes interest in something, such as physical fitness, that lasts for a long time?
Youth sports may have a negative effect on young people.
Which statement regarding youth sports is true?
1. Youth sports always have a positive effect on participants.
2. Few teenagers participate in youth sports.
3. Youth sports involve no pressure, and they increase teenagers' self-confidence.
4. Youth sports may have a negative effect on young people.
Heredity determines body type, which can affect measurements.
Which statement best describes the relationship between body type and a person's measurements?
1. Heredity determines body type, which can affect measurements.
2. Heredity does not affect a person's measurements.
3. Heredity is the only factor that determines a person's measurements.
4. Obese parents always have obese children.
It suggests that anyone can look like a model.
How does media coverage influence teenagers' views on fitness?
1. It suggests that anyone can look like a model.
2. It does not affect physical fitness attitudes.
3. It helps nearly everyone feel good about himself or herself.
4. It presents a realistic idea of what people should look like.
the ability to carry out daily tasks without fatigue.
Physical fitness is best described as
1. athletic ability.
2. the ability to carry out daily tasks without fatigue.
3. the ability to manage stress.
4. weighing an acceptable amount for your height.
Body weight is one fitness indicator.
Which statement best describes the relationship of body weight to physical fitness?
1. A heavy person cannot be physically fit.
2. Body weight is one fitness indicator.
3. Body weight is a reliable measure of fitness.
4. Slender people are almost always physically fit.
People can control many risk factors through exercise and diet.
Which statement best describes the primary health risk factors?
1. People can control many risk factors through exercise and diet.
2. Health risk factors are important only to older people.
3. Most risk factors are uncontrollable.
4. Most problems should be dealt with when people are older.
smoking, high blood pressure, inactivity, and stress
Which risk factors are controllable?
1. heredity, inactivity, high blood pressure, and stress
2. cholesterol level, smoking, age, and obesity
3. smoking, high blood pressure, inactivity, and stress
4. obesity, sex of the individual, stress, and diet
High blood pressure often occurs when plaque builds up in the arteries.
Which statement about high blood pressure is true?
1. High blood pressure is not treatable.
2. High blood pressure is frequently referred to as the sudden killer.
3.High blood pressure often occurs when plaque builds up in the arteries.
4.Exercise alone can usually help control high blood pressure.
All of the above.
Which statement about cholesterol and saturated fat is true?
1. Our bodies make all of the cholesterol we need.
2.Extra cholesterol and fat can block arteries and lead to high blood pressure.
3. Cholesterol performs many important body functions, such as hormone and cell membrane production.
4. All of the above.
Stress places strain on the heart and circulatory system.
Which statement regarding stress as a health risk factor is true?
1. Anger is the only emotion that can affect a person's emotional state.
2. Stress places strain on the heart and circulatory system.
3. Stress is greatly overrated in terms of its seriousness.
4. Teenagers are not under enough serious stress to affect their health.
Lifestyle choices can affect a person's energy level.
Which statement regarding energy levels in teenagers is true?
1. Lifestyle choices can affect a person's energy level.
2. Low energy levels are usually the result of a person's mental state.
3. Physical fitness has little to do with energy level.
4. Teenagers have naturally high energy levels.
Sam has excessive deposits of fat in his body that could strain his heart and circulatory system. He is technically considered
1. beyond help.
4. very healthy.
Which risk factor weakens artery walls, increases a person's blood pressure and heart rate, and is 100 percent preventable?
1. eating foods high in cholesterol and saturated fat
2. living a stressful life
the condition of your circulatory system
What is a primary component of physical fitness?
1. an extensive athletic background
2. how much you weigh
3. being a good athlete
4. the condition of your circulatory system
Body image is the way you see yourself.
Which statement regarding body image is true?
1. Fitness and body image are not related to each other.
2. Body image is the way you see yourself.
3. Teenagers are usually not concerned with body image.
4. "Body image" means the way other people see you.
increase in muscular strength
What is one benefit of exercise?
1. decrease in muscular strength
2. body image that remains the same
3. increase in muscular strength
4. increase in stress levels
Striving for physical fitness helps people feel more in control.
Which statement regarding self-control is true?
1. Fitness has very little to do with gaining self-control.
2. Lifestyle choices have very little to do with self-control.
3. Teenagers already have high levels of self-control and do not need more.
4. Striving for physical fitness helps people feel more in control.
Improved physical performance helps people participate in activities for a longer time.
Which statement regarding physical performance is true?
1. People automatically become more skillful when they are physically fit.
2. Improved physical performance helps people participate in activities for a longer time.
3. Physical performance does not affect success at school.
4. Physical performance has little to do with body image.
Most teenagers want to have strong, well-toned bodies.
Which statement regarding teenagers and muscular fitness is true?
1. Most teenagers want to have strong, well-toned bodies.
2. Strong bodies have little effect on people's appearances.
3. There is little interest in muscular fitness today.
4. Young women do not usually want well-toned muscles.
He may experience a heart attack or stroke at some point.
John visited the doctor today and received some shocking news. The doctor told him that he is at risk for heart disease. He said that John is overweight and inactive. The doctor pointed out his patient's family history of high cholesterol and told John that he is a "walking time bomb."
What will happen to John if he does nothing about his risk factors?
1. Nothing. He will live a long, healthy life.
2. He may experience a heart attack or stroke at some point.
3. He will maintain control of his life.
4. He will have more energy if he rests more.
What uncontrollable health risk factor was not included in the scenario above?
3. high blood pressure
4. stress and tension
begin a fitness program and maintain a low-fat, low-cholesterol diet
Based on the scenario, what should the doctor suggest for John?
1. do nothing unless something bad happens
2. cut down only on his consumption of cheeseburgers
3. begin a fitness program and maintain a low-fat, low-cholesterol diet
4. completely stop watching television and playing computer games
Improved fitness may improve academic achievement.
Which statement best represents the meaning of the phrase "a sound mind in a sound body?"
1. Improved fitness may improve academic achievement.
2. Improved fitness may improve academic achievement.
3. Physical fitness rarely relates to success in school.
4. The Greeks were not concerned with physical fitness.
Fitness takes time and energy but is worth the results.
Which statement best describes fitness?
1. It does not take much time or energy to be fit.
2. There are few benefits to being physically fit.
3. If a person looks fine and weighs the right amount, he or she is healthy.
4. Fitness takes time and energy but is worth the results.
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