Final Exam Schedule
Final Exam Schedule KNR 311
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Final Exam Topics: One ideal body weight calculation ( [Current body weight – current fat weight]/[1- Goal % Fat]) Multiple Choice Topics: Energy balance Factors leading to the obesity epidemic Gneetic tendency for obesity Quality of life survey for obese kids Tsunami of healthcare diseases Dr. Blair’s inactivity epidemic Success and failure rates of obesity rehab programs High protein and low carb diets Fit and fat theory Energy balance and weight loss Kcals in one pound of fat (3500) Starvation diets and effects What happens after one falls off of a starvation diet 3 components for a successful fat loss program Kcal levels for starvation diets (1200 or under) Hormones for body composition ACSM recommendations for fat loss programs Percentage of carbs, fats, proteins that should be in the diet (55-65% carbs, 20-30% fat, 10-15% protein) Food sources available Fuel source of CNS (carbohydrate) Fat & water soluble vitamins Definition of “low-fat” Different classes of nutritional fat (saturated, monounsaturated, polyunsaturated) Minerals Hydration recommendations Hormone in brain that is an appetite suppressant (serotonin) Protein recommendations Ketosis and cause Accelerometers Sensewear armbands Other physical activity monitors Eating disordered behaviors Weight loss associated with high protein diets Daily activity expenditure factors VO2 max level to reduce body fat (as high as you can go while still sustaining intensity) Hypertrophy vs. hyperplasia When hyperplasia (third trimester, age 7-8, puberty in normal humans) Calculate target body weight
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