EXSS 180- Articles

what can be done about the amount of falls in homes?
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describe the relation of 13 and under kids who used cross fit from 2009 to nowit has tripled since 2009whats the emphasis of CrossFit kids for the 3-5 year olds?have a fun experience doing something physically active and buy into a physically active lifestyleDescribe the regimne of CrossFit kids- they do not use weights - class is short, 30 minutes or less - basic lessons on nutrition - no weigh-ins or flexing in mirror -few minutes of activity in short burst followed by restwhat are cross fit instructors discouraged from doing?telling kids to move fasterwhat is the one thing doctors would recommend for CrossFit Kidstheir parents observing a class before handwhy might parents be hesitant to let their kids join CrossFit Kidsbecause it has the image of pushing people beyond their limitshow much does it cost to join CrossFit Kids$140-$260 a monthCrossFit Kids is an alternative for what?to travel teams and year round youth sports scheduleswhat is the name of the program that started exercise for faculty members? and by who?"instant recess" Gillings School of Global Public Health's department of Behaviorhow are the workouts?10 minuteshow long is the fitness program?6 weekswhats the focus on the program?injury preventionwhat did the program begin with?baseline fitness testing: grip strength, flexibility, balance, BP check, BMI, and height and weightwhat type of activities will they participate in?yoga to cardiovascular and strengthening exerciseshow many times are the classes offered a day and week3 times a day 3 times a weekwhat is the ultimate goal?to continue exercising after the program endswhat methods of research did Fitness Breaks usebackground research gathered input from Faculty services staff members and supervisors about what employees wanted and neededwhat did the screen sessions include for Fitness Breaksinfo on healthy eating, controlled BP and cholesterol, BMI and local recreation programs and gateways, financial healthwhere can Fitness Breaks be done?anywherehow are they promoting that it can be done anywhere?they are videotaping workout sessions and creating how-to manuals.what is the min amount of time to exercise10 minwhat are the types of exerciseaerobic strengtheninghow many times a week should a person be physically active3at moderate aerobic intensity, a person should exercise at least how long?2 hours 30 minutes a weekat vigorous aerobic intensity, a person should exercise at least how long?1 hour 15 minutes a weekhow many days should you a person do muscle strengthening exercises ?2 days a weekaccording to the PA guide for Americans, what is PA?any form of exercise or movement of the body that uses energywhat are ways to add more activity?go longer, do it more oftenpeople who are physically fit have a less chance of what ?injurytips to being safe during PAuse the right safety equipment choose a safe place to do your activity start slow, and build of PA choose activities that are appropriate for your fitness levelone way to keep you accountable for PAkeep track of what you do each week.what devices are being used to keep elderly safe from afar?installed motion sensors and remote monitoring systemswhy might some elderly people not like this?seen as violation of privacywhat is the financial status on these deviceshard to afford. right now there is little federal health care reimbursement for such deviceswhat the ultimate goal of the devicesallow older people to live independently longerwhy is their a need for these devicesthere's a growing number of alzheimers suffererswhat types of elderly people would not want these devices?elders who are unuse to everyday technology like the internet people who feel their privacy is being violated.what physiological problems are housekeepers having?they are suffering arm, shoulder, and low -back painhow are these problems caused-moving heavy mattresses -having to rush & being assigned the same # of roomswhat has dramatically increased the workload and injury rate?the amenity arms racewhats the percent of injured houskeepers71 percent. it had gone up from 47is this safe?no, it exceeds federal occupational safety guidelines on liftingwhat percentage of housekeepers now need medication for the pain66 percenthow many of them have work related pain91 percentwhat is the Hilton doing to help?increased training to try to minimize harm removing bathtubs from rooms with king sized beds, and replacing them with showers. remove big box tv's to flat screens to remove dustingwhat is the most frequent cause of falling?incorrect weight shifting (41%)what are some causes of falling- incorrect weight shifting - trip or stumble -hit or bump - loss of support -collapse - slipsleast frequent cause of fallingslippingwhat are the three activities associated with the highest proportion of falls?- forward walking (24%) - standing quietly (13%) - sitting down (12%)highest occurrence of falls was during whatstanding and transferring. center to mass perturbationsas opposed to what?walkingmost frequent cause of unintentional injuries in elderly peoplefallsfalls account for what injuries-90% of hip injuries and wrist fractures - 60% of head injuriesof the 30% if elderly who live independently, how many fall?50 % of them at least once a yearwhat did they use to track falls?digital video cameras installed in common areas (dining rooms, lounges, hallways)according to NASPE, students perform better in school when they are...emotionally and physically healthyASCD is leading an initive called ___ that require wholistic ways to education policieswhole child initiativewhats their approach?learning, teaching, community engagementwhole- child education addresses ___the mind, body, spiritwhat is used to establish accountability and quality of programsassessmentsmajority of students don't receive recommend____amount of physical educationthe whole child initiative is supported by who?health professionals national surveys (parents) National physical activity plan Researchthis program emphasizes that students learn in what three domains?psychomotor, cognitive, and affectivewhat is the most obvious of the three?psychomotor