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Health and Wellness Chapter 2
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Which factor has the least impact on designing an exercise program?
Kristina's mom wants to begin an exercise program. However, she is overweight and concerned about the impact exercise might have on her knees. To decrease her chance of injury, Kristina might recommend that her mom try
The components of the FITT formula are
frequency, intensity, time, and type.
Actions that can be performed daily by beginning exercisers are
lifestyle physical activities.
Lean body tissue consists of
muscle, bone, and fluids.
Golf, tennis, and soccer are all examples of
individual sport activities.
The maintenance of equilibrium is
Physical fitness is the ability to
perform moderate to vigorous physical activity without undue fatigue.
According to the physical activity pyramid, individuals should work on muscular fitness
2 days per week.
How many minutes of moderate physical activity should an adult perform each week to maintain health?
Which of the following is a benefit of maintaining a good level of flexibility?
prevention of low back pain
The physical activity pyramid
consists of layers of types of physical activity and gives recommendations for each.
Sally is currently jogging 3 times per week for 30 minutes. She has become comfortable with this workout and now wants to increase her workout time. Using the principle of progression, Sally should increase her time to approximately ________ minutes.
The FITT formula is used to
design a safe and effective exercise program.
________ barriers to physical activity include personal and physical factors affecting exercise participation.
The principle that only the body systems worked during training will show adaptations is known as
How long should the exercise-to-rest transition take?
5 to 15 minutes
The times per week that an activity is performed is known as
During the specific cool-down, you should
stretch the muscle groups worked during the activity.
Activities at the top of the physical activity pyramid represent activities
that you should spend the least amount of time on.
Aerobic exercise, weight lifting, and yoga are all examples of
Muscular strength is defined as the ability of your muscles to
Exercise is a subset of physical activity that is
done specifically to achieve or maintain fitness.
The dose-response relationship states that the amount of adaptation you can expect from exercise directly relates to
the amount of overload incorporated into the program.
Exercise intensity is most closely related to
how hard you exercise.
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