If there is doubt about an individual's readiness for PA, what is recommended?
D) have the individual get a medical exam and clinical exercise test to be certain he/she is ready to participate
What components of fitness should be emphasized in a warm-up?
B) CV and flexibility
Which of the following is a primary benefit of the CV cool down?
D) minimize blood pooling
Physical activity in hot and humid environments challenges the body because:
A) it produces large amounts of heat that must be regulated
What 2 components comprise the wind-chill factor?
C) wind speed and temperature
Delayed onset muscle soreness is due to:
A) microscopic muscle tears
T/F: At the conclusion of an exercise program, a PAR-Q should be assessed to evaluate the program's effectiveness.
Marjorie designed her running program to gradually increase her mileage each week. Which principle of PA does this represent?
Maddie has been regularly performing the same exercise routine for 5 years. She has reached a plataeu in her fitness level. Based on the principles of PA, what is the best explanation for this?
A) Maddie needs to provide additional overload to gain further benefits
What is an important guideline to consider when using the PA pyramid?
D) no single activity provides all of the benefits
How does PA relate with health?
D) the greatest decline on risk occurs with small amounts of activity
Children are recommended to participate in PA at least:
D) 60 min/day
T/F: Lifestyle activities include brisk jogging or cycling
A daily step count of 10,000 is:
B) too rigorous a standard for sedentary people
Wht are lifestyle activities placed at the bottom of the PA pyramid?
a) most people can understand what they are
b) there are a greater number of lifestyle activities vs. aerobic-type activities
c) most people can easily perform them
d) few people participate in these activities
In his famous epidemiological study, Dr. Jeremy Morris compared the mortality rates of:
B) bus conductors vs. drivers
Estimate the kcalories from 1 hour of broomball (7 METS) for an individual who weighs 120lbs
B) 382 cal (120lbs/2.2= 54kg, 54kg x 7= 382 cal)
T/F: To meet current recommendations, daily PA must be done in one session
FOB: ________ ________ is a self-rating system in which a person quantifies the amount of time s/he considers him/herself in good or better than good health
FOB: ____ factors are skills that help you carry out your healthy lifestyle plan
According to Prochaska and his transtheoretical model, the ______ stage is associated with inidividuals who are not considering making any lifestyle change.
SeDs stands for ____ ______ _______
sedentary death syndrome
PAR-Q stands for ______ ______ _______ _______
Physical assessment readiness questionnaire
Insulin _____ is a condition that occurs when insulin becomes ineffective or less effective regulating the glucose uptake by the body's cells
The four main themes of _______ health inclue interconnectidness, mindfulness, community, and everyday life.
The principle of __________ _________ specifies that the more benefits you gain as a result of activity, the harder additional benefits are to achieve.
the _____ _________ describes aspects of human's created physical surrounding (ie. roads, sidewalks, etc) that is theorized to impact our level of PA
the integration of components (PISSE) that expand one's potential to live and work effectively and to make a significant contribution to society. is a + component of good health
not enough movement; assoc. with a sedentary lifestyle
define metabolic syndrome
poor metabolic fitness; increased risk of CVD, high BP, obesity, etc
considence that you can perform a specific task
FITT= frequency, intensity, time, type
-important variables for applying the overload principle