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Chronic Exam 2
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Best way to take body comp for obese population?
60% of components of energy expenditure chart?
Resting Metabolic Rate
25% of components of energy expenditure chart?
Purposeful physical activity/exercise
7% of components of energy expenditure chart?
Non-exercise activity thermogenesis
8% of components of energy expenditure chart?
Thermic effect of food
What is the Set Point theory?
Some variable is maintained around a set point. Physiological systems act to maintain an established body weight
What is the Settling point theory?
Body weight and body comp are not regulated, but settle at a level determined by genetics and environment at which they are at a steady state such that the amount and type of energy invested in equal to the amount and type of energy expended.
Consuming more calories than you use will mean the rest of the calories are stored as fat - causing a weight gain.
calories consumed < calories expended
Estimating RMR for men (Miffin)
10 x weight (kg) + 6.25 x height (cm) - 5 x age +5
Estimating RMR for women (Miffin)
10 x weight (kg) + 6.25 x height (cm) - 5 x age - 161
Estimating RMR (Katch-McArdle)
21.6 x Fat Free Mass + 370
Estimating RMR in men Harris-Benedict
66.5 + (13.75 x weight in kg) + (5.003 x height in cm) - (6.775 x age in years)
Estimating RMR in women Harris-Benedict
655.1 + (9.563 x weight in kg) + (1.85 x height in cm) - (4.676 x age in years)
Quick and Easy
Males: Weight(lbs) x 11
Females: weight(lbs) x 10
Pal Levels for Sedentary
BMR x 1.2
PAL levels for lightly active
BMR x 1.38
PAL levels for mod active
BMR x 1.55
PAL levels for very active
BMR x 1.7
PAL levels for extremely active
BMR x 1.9
High Protein diet
Raised HDL and lowered LDL
Tons of side effects
No side effects
Hard to maintain
Does the intensity of exercise make a difference for weight loss purposes?
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