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Which method provides the most support and ensures the most success in a new exercise program?
trying a new exercise program with a friend
Which component of physical education demonstrates joint mobility and range?
Which factor is a component of skill-related fitness?
What is physical fitness?
the ability of the body to function efficiently during exercise
What is the first step to setting a physical fitness goal?
Define an attainable and honest goal.
Four swimmers work together to win a relay race. Which skill did the swimmers demonstrate?
What is the main purpose of being on offense?
to score a goal
Which sport is played individually?
In this image, the goalie is blocking the ball from the net. What is his role on the team?
He is on defense.
What type of behavior is demonstrated by the football players in the picture?
What differentiates baseline activities from health-enhancing activities?
the intensity of the activity
Which type of physical activity is being performed in the picture?
Which conclusion can be drawn from the information in the line graph?
Health-enhancing activities require more energy to complete.
Which activity demonstrates the lowest level of intensity?
lying on the couch playing video games
What is a benefit of increased physical fitness?
decrease in body fat
Which statement about regular exercise is NOT true?
To benefit from physical activity you should find one type of exercise that suits you best and stick to it.
To get a deeper stretch, Rosa bounces up and down while she stretches. What could occur as a result?
She could cause an injury.
Which types of activities should be done with flexibility exercises for the best workout possible?
strength and cardiorespiratory
How does your body's flexibility naturally change as you age?
Your flexibility decreases.
What is one result of warming up your body's muscles before exercising?
Your joints will have an increased range of motion.
Which picture does NOT show how to stretch your muscles at the end of a workout?
What causes chronic strains?
Which letter of the PRICES process stands for "raising the injured area above the level of the heart"?
When are sports drinks appropriate for hydration?
when your exercise lasts three hours
How does a proper warm up affect blood flow?
Blood flow increases.
Which food provides the body with energy in the form of carbohydrates?
Which food combination contains the most salt and sugar?
a burger and cola
Which food item is a rich source of protein?
Seth is 18 years old, weighs 250 pounds, and is 72 inches tall. Use the formula and chart below to evaluate his weight, and then answer the question.BMI = Weight (in pounds) ÷ [Height (in inches)]² x 703BMI categories, general:Underweight: less than 18.5Normal weight: 18.5-24.9Overweight: 25-29.9Obese: 30 or greaterWhat does his BMI indicate about Seth's health?
He has a high risk of diabetes and kidney disease.
Karen is 17 years old and has a BMI that indicates appropriate weight. She loves to eat all kinds of food.Which strategy will best help Karen maintain her health?
eat nutrient-dense food and engage in regular physical activity
Dina is diabetic. Which diet would be best for her?
a diet that is rich in whole grains and low in processed grains
Shanelle has been diagnosed with cardiovascular disease. Which exercise option would her doctor most likely recommend?
aerobic exercise such as running or playing soccer
Felicia developed an infection after stepping on a sharp object. In this scenario, the skin puncture caused by the sharp object was what link in the chain of transmission?
portal of entry
Match the immune system line of defense with its correct description.
first line of defense
second line of defense
third line of defense
includes mechanical barriers that prevent microorganisms from entering the body.
includes cells and processes that help remove or neutralize organisms that have penetrated mechanical barriers
a complex defense that recognizes and reacts to specific organisms
What is a healthy habit to reduce the bacteria that cause bad breath?
When brushing your teeth, it is important to brush your __________ to remove the bacteria that cause bad breath.
Mike has a family history of high blood pressure. He wants to start exercising to reduce his risk of high blood pressure. He asks his doctor for recommendations on how much he should exercise every day. What will Mike's doctor tell him?
30 minutes a day, 3 or more days a week
Effective community programs help the individual, the community, organizations, and the government. Select the sentence that shows a benefit to organizations.
Ryan and Farah were discussing voluntary work. Ryan was very keen to work on health-related issues. He knew that many districts had effective community programs. Farah recently read a report about a local community program that helped reduce the rate of heart diseases by 30 percent. This reduced healthcare costs. Local companies also saw productivity increases.
Local companies also saw productivity increases.
Which is an example of how genetics affect health?
For which of these people would a medical professional most likely recommend dietary supplements?
Diane has a hard time digesting milk and other dairy products.
Alex is planning to buy his first car and has a list of a few cars that are within his budget. He hopes to get a car that is dependable and safe.What is the most reliable factor on which to base his final decision about which car to buy?
Which event is an example of a hortatory, or encouraging, technique?
a sign in a restaurant that states "Think before you smoke—secondhand smoke kills"
Which program is an example of domestic policy?
the Clean Air Act
Which of the following symptoms is most commonly associated an anxiety disorder?
a compulsion to wash repeatedly
Which type of fatigue is caused by a prolonged illness or poor nutrition which weakens the immune system?
Identify the aspects critical thinking Luis uses as he makes a decision regarding patient care.
Luis, a registered nurse, uses the critical thinking skill of __________ as he reviews the patient's laboratory data to determine whether the patient's treatment has reduced the patient's cholesterol level. Luis determines that the treatment plan hasn't lowered the patient's cholesterol levels, so Luis uses the technique of _________ to determine if the patient is in compliance with the treatment plan.
Which barrier to problem solving consists of unquestioned or unproven beliefs?
Which problem-solving technique helps to generate possible solutions?
Who has the best overall health?
a person who balances social, physical, and mental health
Which of the following is a characteristic of resilience?
staying happy even when facing serious problems
Melanie isn't confident about her looks and suffers from low self-esteem. What should she do?
focus on her strong points, stay well-groomed, and remember that looks don't matter as much as she thinks
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