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  1. How does body composition change in relation to strength training?
  2. Know the difference between aerobic and anaerobic exercise.
  3. Why is it important to assess body composition?
  4. Dynamic training.
  5. 2008 Federal Guidelines for Physical Activity
  1. a Consume a variety of foods from the basic food groups-stay within energy needs. Be physical every day. Control calorie intake to control body weight. If you drink alcoholic drinks do so in moderation. Increase daily intake of fruits, vegetables, whole grains and non fat and low fat milks. Choose carbohydrates wisely for good health. Choose and prepare foods with less salt. Choose fat wisely for good health. Keep food safe to eat.
  2. b A decrease of adipose or fatty tissue around muscle fiber themselves
  3. c To help you lose weight
  4. d Aerobic activity requires oxygen to produce the necessary energy to carry out the activity as anaerobic does not require oxygen to produce the necessary energy to carry out activity.
  5. e Strength training method referred to a muscle contraction with movement

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Strength is a basic health-related fitness component and is an important one this component for optimal performance in daily activities such as sitting, walking, running, lifting and carrying objects. Endurance is necessary to help maintain a healthy heart, good strength contributes more to independent living than any other fitness component.
  2. Men: 13% - 23% Women 18% - 28%
  3. Stopping in negative behavior, preventing relapse of the negative behavior, developing a positive behavior, strengthening positive behavior and maintaining positive behavior.
  4. Dual - energy x-ray absorperatometry (DXA), hydrostatic weighing, air displacement, skinfold thickness, girth measurement, Bio electric impedance, body mass index, and waist circumference
  5. Decreased perspiration, cramping, weakness, flushed skin, throbbing headache, nausea\vomiting, diarrhea and blurry vision (see page 300 for more information)

5 True/False questions

  1. Define wellness and know the 7 dimensions.Motivation is the desire to do something and locus of control is a concept examining the extent to which a person believes he or she can influence the external environment.

          

  2. Be familiar with the process of change-what are they and how do they help?Consciousness is the first step of behavior modification. This step involves obtaining information about problems he making a decision about the problem behavior. Social liberation stresses external alternatives that make you aware of problem behaviors and began to contemplate change. Self-analysis is behavior modifying which developing a decisive desire to do so. Emotional arousal is one of personal experience as an express his feelings about the problem and its solution. Positive outlook means to taking and optimistic approach from the beginning and believing in yourself. Commitment is making the decision to change, you accept the responsibility to change and believe in your ability to do so. Behavior analysis is knowing the frequency, circumstance, and consequences of the behavior to be altered or implemented. Goals motivate change in behavior. Self-analysis is when an individual analyzer their feeling about the problem behavior.

          

  3. What is behavior modification?Individuals whose diet is of vegetables or plant origin.

          

  4. 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

          

  5. Know how to estimate max heart rate.Modification Smart goal is a well conceived action plan that will help you attain goals. S stands for specific and M stands for measurable and A stands for acceptable and R stands for realistic and T stands for time specific.