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5 Matching questions

  1. Be familiar with Calcium, Iron, and Sodium.
  2. Know how to estimate max heart rate.
  3. According to the book one should not go on a diet that calls for less than ____calories for men and ____calories for women.
  4. How many calories are in a pound of fat?
  5. How does the environment influence our nutrition?
  1. a We Americans are in an environment that now eats all the time. If you see a person eating, you want to eat too
  2. b 3500 cal
  3. c Calcium is a mineral which is found in milk, yogurt and cheese and is required for strong teeth and bone formation. Iron is a major component hemoglobin and aids in the energy utilization and can be found in organ meats, lean meats, seafoods and eggs. Sodium is needed for body fluid of regulation, transmission of nerve impulses in heart action and can be found in table salt, processed foods, and meat.
  4. d M HR equals 207-(.7 x age)
  5. e 1500 cal for men and 1200 cal for women

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Risk factor is the lifestyle and the genetic variables that may lead to disease.
  2. Carbs - 45 - 65% (mostly complex carbohydrates; less than 25% from sugar. Fat - 20 - 35%. Protein - 10 - 35%
  3. Wellness is the constant and deliberate effort to stay healthy and achieve the highest potential for well being. Seven dimensions are: physical, emotional, mental, social, environmental, occupational, and spiritual.
  4. May cause harm because of the excessive strain the place on muscles and joints, in particular the spine, lower back, knees, neck and shoulders
  5. Pre-contemplation, contemplation, preparation, termination, maintenance and action. Behavior modification model proposing that change is accomplished through a series of progressive stages in keeping with a person's readiness to change

5 True/False questions

  1. How much weight do most adults gain per year?By sitting down and taking your pulse

          

  2. What is overload and how does it occur?A training concept that the demand placed on a system (cardiorespiratory or muscular) must be increased systematically and progressively over time to cause physiological adaptation (development or improvement).

          

  3. What is a healthy range from BMI?BMI index between 18.5 and 25.

          

  4. What are the common techniques to assess body composition?Dual - energy x-ray absorperatometry (DXA), hydrostatic weighing, air displacement, skinfold thickness, girth measurement, Bio electric impedance, body mass index, and waist circumference

          

  5. Be familiar with the other behavior change theories1.5 mile run test, 1.0 mile walk test, step task, the Astrand - rhyming, and 12 min. swim test