TherEx I Q2

  1. What is Health
    General physical, mental or spiritual condition
  2. What is wellness?
    A state of good health often acheieved through lifestyle choices
  3. What is Health promotion?
    contributing to the growth and development of health
  4. Types of Preventative Activity
    • Primary - Preventaing a target problem
    • Secondary - Decreasing the duration and severity
    • Tertiary - Decreasing the degree of disability and promoting rehab
  5. Steps of implementing a program
    • Identify a need
    • Based around a target audience
    • Set goals & objectives
    • Identify purpose of the program
    • Identify goals of the program
    • Identify the objectives of the program
  6. How are the results for an Educational Intervention evaluated
    Participant evaluation
  7. How are the results for an exercise program evaluated
    • Baseline data
    • participant evalutaion and feedback
  8. What issues may result in poor exercise adherence?
    • Poor or limited leadership
    • Inconvenient time
    • Injury
    • Boredom with exercise
    • Poor individual commitment
    • Unaware of any progress made
    • Poor family support
  9. What factors may result in good exercise adherence?
    • Effective leadership
    • Positive reinforcement
    • Part of regular routine
    • No injury
    • Enjoyment—fun—variety
    • Social support from group
    • Regular updates on progress
    • Family approval
  10. What are the 3 contraindications for resistance exercise?
    • Pain *(usually 4 or 5)
    • Acute or uncontrolled inflammation
    • Severe cardiopulmonary disease
  11. What are the S/S of fatigue?
    • Uncomfortable sensation, pain, cramping
    • “jerky” movements or inability to perform full ROM
    • Use of substitution motions
    • Decline in peak torque during isokinetic testing
  12. What are the 5 precautions to resistance exercise?
    • Valsalva maneuver
    • Substitution pattern
    • Overtraining and/or overworking
    • Exercise-induced muscle soreness
    • Pathological fracture
  13. Age related changes in muscle mass @ puberty
    • Muscle mass increases more than 30% per year
    • Boys: Height, weight and muscle mass peak before strength
    • Girls: Strngth peaks before body weight
  14. Age related changes in muscle mass @ Young & middle adult
    • Muscle mass peaks: Men 18-25, Women 16-20
    • Muscle strength & endurance peak during second decade
    • Strength declines 8-10% per year after 30
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TherEx I Q2
Baker Flint Fall 2012 PTA221 TherEx I Q2