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lesson 4 PART 2 PE (mu)

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an increase in body temp
hyperthermia
the least serious heat-related problem
heat cramps
a condition characterized by profuse sweating dizziness and extreme weakness
heat exhaustion
a condition characterized by hot, dry skin and a rising body temp that is a true emergency
heat stroke
an excessive decline in body temp
hypothermia
a 10 to 15 min period in which you prepare your body for vigorous exercise
warm-up
a 10 to 15 min period after exercising in which the body is helped to regain a resting stare
cool-down
a pain in the lower leg caused by overuse
shin split
a large muscle in your upper abdomen
diaphragm
sharp pain in the side just under the ribs
stitch in the side
will help you set realistic goals
evaluating your current fitness level prior to beginning am exercise program
1. is only important for physically inactive people
2. is usually not important
3. will have nothing to do with the activities you choose for your program
4. will help you set realistic goals
the main requirement for the care and protection of your feet
proper athletic footwear is
1. overrated as a factor in setting up an exercise program
2. the main requirement for the care and protection of your feet
3. the same regardless of the physical activity you do
4. worthwhile only if you are involved in a sports program
wearing light-weight, light-colored clothing
which of the following would be important to do when exercising in hot weather
1. dressing in layers
2. taking salt tablets
3. wearing a sweat suit if you want to lose weight
4. wearing light-weight, light-colored clothing
hot, dry skin, no sweat, unsteady walking
which of the following best describes the symptoms of heat stroke
1. clammy skin, no sweat, visual disturbances
2. hot, dry skin, no sweat, unsteady walking
3. no sweat, average body temperature, lack of urine
4. unsteady walking, no sweat, chills
heat stroke
which of the following is the most serious heat illness
1. excessive sweating
2. heat exhaustion
3. heat stroke
4. muscle cramps
drink fluids, before, during, and after exercise
which best describes a preventive measure for a heat illness
1. do not wear a hat because your head cools more quickly without one
2. drink fluids, before, during, and after exercise
3. wear a rubberized suit since it will help you sweat more
4. wear dark-colored clothing in hot weather
dressing in layers
which of the following would be important to do while exercising in cold weather
1. dressing in layers
2. drinking a glass of water before exercising
3. wear a rubberized suit
4. wear light-colored clothing
involves all of the above benefits
the process of warming-up
1. generates heat in the muscle and joint tissues
2. helps to make you feel like moving vigorously
3. increases the blood supply to your muscles
4. involves all of the above benefits
involves stretching as well as some aerobic activity such as jogging
the process of warming-up
1. is adequately done by stretching for one or 2 mins
2. is probably not important for most activities
3. involves stretching as well as some aerobic activity such as jogging
4. is usually done by a majority of people
allows the body to return to normal after exercise
cooling down after working out is a process that
the process of warming-up
1. most people do very well
2. takes only a couple of mins
3. very few people build into their programs
4. allows the body to return to normal after exercise