5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- ballistic stretching
- adding hydrogen atoms to unsaturated oil
- release glucose
- post traumatic stress disorder
- a how are trans fats produced?
- b what is one of the primary functions of cortisol?
- c what is an individual's response to stress in severe cases called?
- d stretching with a jerking bouncing movement is known as what?
- e what do simple carbohydrates provide?
5 Multiple choice questions
- as muscle temperatures increase so does ____________
- leukemias cause an increase in what?
- what disease is associated with low calcium intake?
- what are the components of the FITT formula
- to train at a level that is greater than what your body is accustomed to is called __________
5 True/False questions
HDL cholesterol → what removes plaque from the artery walls?
stress → (T or F) it is realistic to anticipate that problems will occur when first starting an exercise program
body fat → increased levels of ______ ___ put and individual at risk for diabetes
BMI → women need what percentage of essential fats for reproductive system related fat deposits
resistant to insulin → ______________ is the minimal amount of fat needed for normal physiological function