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PED 101-212 CHapter 1 Homework Answers

by: Lyda Walker

PED 101-212 CHapter 1 Homework Answers PED 101 - 212

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These are the answers to the chapter 1 homework to help you study for the upcoming exam.
Lindsey Nanney
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Lyda Walker on Tuesday February 2, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to PED 101 - 212 at University of North Carolina - Wilmington taught by Lindsey Nanney in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 91 views. For similar materials see Cardio/Fitness/Core in Physical Education at University of North Carolina - Wilmington.


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Date Created: 02/02/16
Lyda Walker February 3, 2016 PED 101-212 Chapter 1 Homework Answers 1. Part A: Physical Health:  Susceptibility to disease or disorders  Performing activities of daily living  Fitness and recuperative abilities Social Health:  Satisfying interpersonal relationships  Adapting to various social situations Intellectual Health:  Responsible decision making  Learning from success and mistakes  Healthy curiosity Emotional Health:  Self-esteem and self-confidence  Trust and love Spiritual Health:  Meaning and purpose in life  Feeling a part of a greater spectrum of existence  Caring about and respecting all living things Environmental Health:  Working to preserve, protect, and improve conditions in the world  Protecting yourself from hazards at work and home Part B: Select all that Apply:  A way of expressing the complexity of health by recognizing different levels of health depending on the situation at the time  A dynamic, ever changing process of trying to achieve maximum potential in each of the dimensions. Part C: Transtheoretical Model:  Termination: I never even think about smoking anymore Lyda Walker February 3, 2016 PED 101-212  Precontemplation: I have never been able to quit smoking before. It is just a part of who I am.  Contemplation: I have to quit smoking. It is just too dangerous for me and those around me. I’m not yet sure, though, how to do it.  Maintenance: I have been doing so well for over 7 months now, but I did smoke with my friends at that bar last night.  Preparation: I have the money for the medication to help me stop smoking, and I also have my support group ready.  Action: after I formed my plan, I started taking the medication and I have been to two meetings with my support group. 2. Part A: Sergio felt an overwhelming need to help when a devastating tornado destroyed his town. By volunteering, Sergio fulfilled what facet of his spiritual health? Values Part B: Spiritual health is an expression of our ___________. Inner self Part C: Quinn has started a meditation as a way to reduce her stress and center her life. Which facet of spirituality is she working on? Purpose 3. Part A: Kurt sleeps with a radio on, and he finds that he wakes up a lot during the night and is not rested in the morning. What stage of sleep can Kurt NOT get past because of the radio? Stage 2 Part B: The body spends 75% of the time in this phase, which is characterized by decreased heart rate, breathing rate, and blood pressure. Stage 3, or non-REM sleep Part C: Lyda Walker February 3, 2016 PED 101-212 During which sleep phase does the body produce growth hormone to build and repair muscle? Stage 4 4. Part A: Which of the following is a good strategy for dealing with barriers to behavior change? Anticipate barriers in advance Part B: Which of the following is NOT a way to deal with lack of motivation to eat healthy foods? Go “Cold Turkey” on sweets Part C: Barriers _________. Are things or people that get in the way of your behavior change success 5. Part A: Why is it important for goals to be specific and measurable? Goals are more effective when they are specific and measurable. Part B: To make a goal measurable, __________. Use criteria that are clear to anyone, such as specific actions or numbers, to evaluate your success Part C: Which of the following strategies will help you meet your specific and measurable goals? Set short-term goals to help you meet the long-term goals


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