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Mr. Crain is a 36-yr-old, African American male, who works as a construction worker. He is not participating in any exercise program because he is tired after working in the hot sun all day. At work, he is getting more than 30 min of physical activity 5 d • wk−1. His father died of a heart attack at the age of 40 yr. Now that he is approaching the age of 40 yr, he wants to take steps to improve his health.
Mr. Crain is interested in a cross-fit program that he has heard about at work. He states that he would like to start that program but wants to make sure he is fit enough to begin the high-intensity program. Mr. Crain takes a β-blocker for hypertension. He is a nonsmoker and otherwise healthy.
On today's visit, his HRrest was 65 bpm and his resting BP was 140/84 mm Hg. Mr. Crain mentioned that he forgot to take his β-blocker today. He weighs 202 lb and is 72 in tall, and his body fat is 22%. His fasting blood lipid profile results were as follows: total cholesterol = 230 mg • dL−1; HDL-cholesterol (HDL-C) = 46 mg • dL−1; LDL = 140 mg • dL−1; triglycerides = 220 mg • dL−1. Fasting blood glucose results was 80 mg • dL−1.

Mr. Crain completed a max Bruce treadmillexercise test in 11 min and 55 s (estimated VO2max = 45.5 mL • kg−1 • min−1). His maximal heart rate (HRmax) reached 185 bpm, and his BP was 186/98 mm Hg. Other health-related physical fitness parameters included sit and reach at 40 cm (the sit-and-reach box has a zero point at 23 cm), 50 curl-ups, and 21 push-ups.
What is Mr. Crain's BP classification?
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Normal

Prehypertension

Stage I hypertension

Stage II hypertension
Mr. Crain is a 36-yr-old, African American male, who works as a construction worker. He is not participating in any exercise program because he is tired after working in the hot sun all day. At work, he is getting more than 30 min of physical activity 5 d • wk−1. His father died of a heart attack at the age of 40 yr. Now that he is approaching the age of 40 yr, he wants to take steps to improve his health.
Mr. Crain is interested in a cross-fit program that he has heard about at work. He states that he would like to start that program but wants to make sure he is fit enough to begin the high-intensity program. Mr. Crain takes a β-blocker for hypertension. He is a nonsmoker and otherwise healthy.
On today's visit, his HRrest was 65 bpm and his resting BP was 140/84 mm Hg. Mr. Crain mentioned that he forgot to take his β-blocker today. He weighs 202 lb and is 72 in tall, and his body fat is 22%. His fasting blood lipid profile results were as follows: total cholesterol = 230 mg • dL−1; HDL-cholesterol (HDL-C) = 46 mg • dL−1; LDL = 140 mg • dL−1; triglycerides = 220 mg • dL−1. Fasting blood glucose results was 80 mg • dL−1.

Mr. Crain completed a max Bruce treadmillexercise test in 11 min and 55 s (estimated VO2max = 45.5 mL • kg−1 • min−1). His maximal heart rate (HRmax) reached 185 bpm, and his BP was 186/98 mm Hg. Other health-related physical fitness parameters included sit and reach at 40 cm (the sit-and-reach box has a zero point at 23 cm), 50 curl-ups, and 21 push-ups.
What is Mr. Crain's target VO2R if prescribing at 60% intensity level?
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29.4 ml/kg/min

31.9 ml/kg/min

28.7 ml/kg/min

34.3 ml/kg/min
Mr. Crain is a 36-yr-old, African American male, who works as a construction worker. He is not participating in any exercise program because he is tired after working in the hot sun all day. At work, he is getting more than 30 min of physical activity 5 d • wk−1. His father died of a heart attack at the age of 40 yr. Now that he is approaching the age of 40 yr, he wants to take steps to improve his health.
Mr. Crain is interested in a cross-fit program that he has heard about at work. He states that he would like to start that program but wants to make sure he is fit enough to begin the high-intensity program. Mr. Crain takes a β-blocker for hypertension. He is a nonsmoker and otherwise healthy.
On today's visit, his HRrest was 65 bpm and his resting BP was 140/84 mm Hg. Mr. Crain mentioned that he forgot to take his β-blocker today. He weighs 202 lb and is 72 in tall, and his body fat is 22%. His fasting blood lipid profile results were as follows: total cholesterol = 230 mg • dL−1; HDL-cholesterol (HDL-C) = 46 mg • dL−1; LDL = 140 mg • dL−1; triglycerides = 220 mg • dL−1. Fasting blood glucose results was 80 mg • dL−1.

Mr. Crain completed a max Bruce treadmillexercise test in 11 min and 55 s (estimated VO2max = 45.5 mL • kg−1 • min−1). His maximal heart rate (HRmax) reached 185 bpm, and his BP was 186/98 mm Hg. Other health-related physical fitness parameters included sit and reach at 40 cm (the sit-and-reach box has a zero point at 23 cm), 50 curl-ups, and 21 push-ups.
How many calories would Mr. Crain burn if exercising at the 60% of V02 R for 30 minutes?

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90 kcal

396 kcal

454 kcal

560 kcal
Mr. Crain is a 36-yr-old, African American male, who works as a construction worker. He is not participating in any exercise program because he is tired after working in the hot sun all day. At work, he is getting more than 30 min of physical activity 5 d • wk−1. His father died of a heart attack at the age of 40 yr. Now that he is approaching the age of 40 yr, he wants to take steps to improve his health.
Mr. Crain is interested in a cross-fit program that he has heard about at work. He states that he would like to start that program but wants to make sure he is fit enough to begin the high-intensity program. Mr. Crain takes a β-blocker for hypertension. He is a nonsmoker and otherwise healthy.
On today's visit, his HRrest was 65 bpm and his resting BP was 140/84 mm Hg. Mr. Crain mentioned that he forgot to take his β-blocker today. He weighs 202 lb and is 72 in tall, and his body fat is 22%. His fasting blood lipid profile results were as follows: total cholesterol = 230 mg • dL−1; HDL-cholesterol (HDL-C) = 46 mg • dL−1; LDL = 140 mg • dL−1; triglycerides = 220 mg • dL−1. Fasting blood glucose results was 80 mg • dL−1.

Mr. Crain completed a max Bruce treadmillexercise test in 11 min and 55 s (estimated VO2max = 45.5 mL • kg−1 • min−1). His maximal heart rate (HRmax) reached 185 bpm, and his BP was 186/98 mm Hg. Other health-related physical fitness parameters included sit and reach at 40 cm (the sit-and-reach box has a zero point at 23 cm), 50 curl-ups, and 21 push-ups.
How is his total cholesterol classified?
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Desireable

Borderline High

High
Mr. Crain is a 36-yr-old, African American male, who works as a construction worker. He is not participating in any exercise program because he is tired after working in the hot sun all day. At work, he is getting more than 30 min of physical activity 5 d • wk−1. His father died of a heart attack at the age of 40 yr. Now that he is approaching the age of 40 yr, he wants to take steps to improve his health.
Mr. Crain is interested in a cross-fit program that he has heard about at work. He states that he would like to start that program but wants to make sure he is fit enough to begin the high-intensity program. Mr. Crain takes a β-blocker for hypertension. He is a nonsmoker and otherwise healthy.
On today's visit, his HRrest was 65 bpm and his resting BP was 140/84 mm Hg. Mr. Crain mentioned that he forgot to take his β-blocker today. He weighs 202 lb and is 72 in tall, and his body fat is 22%. His fasting blood lipid profile results were as follows: total cholesterol = 230 mg • dL−1; HDL-cholesterol (HDL-C) = 46 mg • dL−1; LDL = 140 mg • dL−1; triglycerides = 220 mg • dL−1. Fasting blood glucose results was 80 mg • dL−1.

Mr. Crain completed a max Bruce treadmillexercise test in 11 min and 55 s (estimated VO2max = 45.5 mL • kg−1 • min−1). His maximal heart rate (HRmax) reached 185 bpm, and his BP was 186/98 mm Hg. Other health-related physical fitness parameters included sit and reach at 40 cm (the sit-and-reach box has a zero point at 23 cm), 50 curl-ups, and 21 push-ups.
How is his LDL Cholesterol classified?
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Optimal

Near Optimal

Borderline high

High

Very high
Mr. Crain is a 36-yr-old, African American male, who works as a construction worker. He is not participating in any exercise program because he is tired after working in the hot sun all day. At work, he is getting more than 30 min of physical activity 5 d • wk−1. His father died of a heart attack at the age of 40 yr. Now that he is approaching the age of 40 yr, he wants to take steps to improve his health.
Mr. Crain is interested in a cross-fit program that he has heard about at work. He states that he would like to start that program but wants to make sure he is fit enough to begin the high-intensity program. Mr. Crain takes a β-blocker for hypertension. He is a nonsmoker and otherwise healthy.
On today's visit, his HRrest was 65 bpm and his resting BP was 140/84 mm Hg. Mr. Crain mentioned that he forgot to take his β-blocker today. He weighs 202 lb and is 72 in tall, and his body fat is 22%. His fasting blood lipid profile results were as follows: total cholesterol = 230 mg • dL−1; HDL-cholesterol (HDL-C) = 46 mg • dL−1; LDL = 140 mg • dL−1; triglycerides = 220 mg • dL−1. Fasting blood glucose results was 80 mg • dL−1.

Mr. Crain completed a max Bruce treadmill exercise test in 11 min and 55 s (estimated VO2max = 45.5 mL • kg−1 • min−1). His maximal heart rate (HRmax) reached 185 bpm, and his BP was 186/98 mm Hg. Other health-related physical fitness parameters included sit and reach at 40 cm (the sit-and-reach box has a zero point at 23 cm), 50 curl-ups, and 21 push-ups.
How are his triglycerides classified?
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Normal

Borderline High

High

Very High