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Chapter 20 - Prescription of Exercise for Health and Fitness
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___________ = VO2max - VO2rest
_______________ = 3.5 ml O2 per kg per minute.
T/F: According to exercise prescription guidelines, exercise frequency should be at least five or six times per week for basic health and aerobic benefits.
A common diagnostic tool to confirm the presence of CAD is called a ____________, in which radiopaque dye is injected into the coronary arteries.
A drawback of using MET calculations for estimating exercise intensity is that they
fail to account for physical conditioning
A(n) ____________, along with exercising blood pressure readings, helps a physician monitor cardiovascular responses to exercise in a controlled medical setting.
An exercise program must reach a minimum ____________; otherwise the exercise will not be sufficient to bring about any aerobic benefits of training.
An exercise test's ability to correctly identify healthy people who do not have a certain disease is called
An exercise test's ability to correctly identify people who have a certain disease is called
A recreational activity should be all of the following EXCEPT
a. age appropriate
d. too difficult to perform well
d. too difficult to perform well
As a part of an exercise program, _____________ training helps supplement exercises performed during the warm-up and cool-down periods and is most effective after the endurance conditioning phase of an exercise program.
As little as ___________ minutes of low-intensity physical activity can positively affect glucose metabolism.
During a medical evaluation, a procedure called a(n) _____________ will often be performed, in which an individual exercises on a treadmill starting at low intensity and gradually progresses to maximal-intensity exercise.
graded exercise test
T/F: Everyone should undergo a medical examination before starting an exercise program.
Exercise __________ appears to be the most important factor in an exercise prescription because it dictates how hard people should be pushing themselves during a workout.
Exercise ECGs can help detect __________ (irregular heart rhythms) during exercise.
T/F: Exercise ECGs have limited value in young and healthy populations.
For most people, the appropriate exercise intensity for aerobic health benefits is
40% to 80% VO2max
In which of these clinical populations might exercise NOT be used in rehabilitation?
a. anorexia nervosa patients
b. organ transplant patients
c. cystic fibrosis patients
d. cardiopulmonary disease patients
a. anorexia nervosa patients
________________ = HRmax - HRrest.
Maximal heart rate reserve
If there is insufficient blood flow to cardiac muscle, this symptom can be an indicator of a bigger disease process known as
coronary artery disease
In any exercise program, the ______________ activities usually include low-intensity calisthenic-type exercises designed to gradually increase heart rate and breathing.
Individuals who have at least one sign or symptom of cardiovascular, pulmonary, or metabolic disease are considered to be at ___________ risk.
Individuals who have no signs or symptoms of cardiovascular, pulmonary, or metabolic disease but who have two or more risk factors for coronary artery disease are considered to be at _____________ risk.
Instead of setting a single target THR value, it is preferable to use a THR ___________, which allows individuals to start at a lower THR value and gradually increase intensity.
T/F: Medical evaluations can provide motivation for sticking with an exercise routine.
On an exercise ECG, if there is a depression in the _______________ segment, this can be indicative of ____________________ (insufficient blood flow to cardiac muscle).
ST, myocardial ischemia
Physical activity guidelines for Americans recommend _________ hours per week of moderate-intensity or __________ hours per week of vigorous-intensity exercise.
T/F: Published MET values for specific activities can, in reality, vary considerably among individuals.
T/F: RPE is a simple but not very accurate method of monitoring exercise intensity.
_______________ started the fitness revolution in the 1960s with his book Aerobics.
The general concept of _______________ is based on the known linear relationship between heart rate and during exercise.
training heart rate
The ____________ of exercise, or how often it is performed, should start out at the lower end of a prescribed range and gradually increase from there.
The _______________ of exercise, or the length of time spent exercising in a single day, can be conducted in a single exercise bout or split into multiple bouts throughout the day.
The process of designing and tailoring an exercise program to a specific person with specific needs is called
The _____________ refers to the accuracy with which an abnormal exercise test result actually reflects the presence of a certain disease.
predictive value of an abnormal exercise test
The ___________ scale helps to quantify perceived exertion by using a rating scale ranging from 6 to 20.
The Swedish physician and physiologist __________ has had a worldwide impact on the promotion of physical activity for health.
The type of prescribed exercise is called the
The use of maximal heart rate reserve to establish an appropriate THR is also known as the ___________ method.
__________________ uses common aerobic modes of exercise to help participants get in shape before training for a competitive sport.
When exercise intensity is gauged based on how difficult the exercise seems at the moment, this is known as a rating of
Which of these is NOT a prescribed mode of aerobic endurance exercise?
Which of these recreational activities would also be good for endurance training?
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