Note for EDUPAES 208 at OSU 02
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Chapter 7 1 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Obesity is leading cause of death in the US How to determine overweight obesity rates Page 161 What is Aerobic The process ofmetabolizing body fuels through exercise in the presence of oxygen What is Anaerobic The process ofmetabolizing body fuels through exercise without oxygen What is Body Composition The relative amounts ofmuscle fat bone and other vital body parts What is cardiovascular endurance The ability of the circulatory and respiratory systems to supply fuel during sustained exercise What is the importance of Exercise Leisureitime physical activity conducted with the intention of developing physical fitness What is meant by the term Health A state ofbeing associated with freedom from disease and illness including the positive component ofwellness What is Healthy Lifestyle Presence of appropriate physical activity nutrition and stressimanagement behavior patterns What is Hypokinetic Disease Conditions related to physical inactivity or low levels of habitual activity What is Leisure Activity Physical activity undertaken during discretionary time What is Physical Activity Bodily movement that is produced by skeleml muscle and substantially increases energy expenditure What is Wellness A state ofpositive biological and psychological health in the individual exemplified by quality oflife and a sense ofwellibeing What is Health Fitness An important prevention and remediation of disease and illness leading to a better quality oflife What are the Motor Performance fitness components Agility balance coordination power reaction time and speed What are the Components ofHealth Fitness Body composition cardiovascular endurance flexibility muscular endurance and strength 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 What is Cosmetic Fitness Fitness to help one look better physically enhances selfiesteem and builds con dence qualities that may be important to achievement in school at work and in social relationships What is the Dose response debate Contrasts a View that in anchored in healthirelated tness and cardiovascular functioning and a View that is anchored in health alone particularly with regard to reductions in all causes ofmortality What does FlTT refer to Frequency intensity time strength trainingduration and type of activity Understand how to Calculate your THR Page 169 What does NASPE suggest for amount ofPhysical Activity PA For children at least 30 minutes in some kind ofplanned exercise in the context of work play exercise activity or sport daily Understand the PA pyramid and what makes up the pyraInid Page 171 What is Social gradient The socioeconomic impact on health and tness What is Speci city To produce a desired effect exercises must be related to the bodily component in which improvement is sought What is Progressive overload The load or exercise chosen must be done at a level that produces a conditioning effect What is anaerobic training Shortiduration exercise completed without the aid of oxygen What is Strength training The primary component ofmotoriperformance tness and is best done through some form of exercise against resistance typically through weight training What is Dynamic flexibility The rate ofincrease in tension in a relaxed muscle as it is stretched What are the Advantages of CRH criterion referenced health smndards They assess tness or physical activity against absolute smndards that indicate minimum levels necessary to achieve health outcomes and they provide immediate diagnostic feedback about whether performance is adequate to promote health What is MVPA Moderateitoivigorous physical activity 31 What is a MET The unit ofmeasurement used estimate caloric expenditure ofvarious activities metabolic equivalent 32 Understanding ofACTlVlTYGRAM An assessment tool for recording physicalractivity dam and interpreting those data relative to smndards related to healthy lifestyles page 180 Chapter 8 1 Describe the goals for Healthy People 2010 To increase the years of healthy life for all people and to eliminate health disparities based on race gender and income 2 Understand fitness levels of children and youth Youth tness testing indicates that boys and girls in the fifth through twelfth grades rank poorly in tests ofbody composition and cardiopulmonary efficiency 3 Body Composition Skinfold test page 186 4 o ofAmericans children are overweight or obese More than 34 5 Activity levels of older citizens has increased or decreased lncreased 6 What are the Youth PA recommendations by CDC Page 196 7 What are the 9 ways Physical educators have developed and sustained fitnessphysical activity programs in schools What does AAHPERD represent Schooliwide programs at the elemenmry level fitness clubs fitnessiremediation programs daily fitness prograIns fitness courses fitness elective courses fitness centers a complete highischool fitness prograIn and a stateirequirement approach 8 What is Physical Best Provides the educational component ofa comprehensive healthirelated fitnessi education program supplying curriculum materials activity guides and teacher certification 9 What is FITNESSGRAM Test for evaluating K712 students physical fitness which includes a test administration manual software and related tools 10 What is Brockport Physical Fitness A national test developed especially for youths with disabilities 11 What is Fitsmart A test designed to assess highischool students knowledge of concepts and principles of fitness 12 What is You Stay Active A program for setting goals and recognizing achievement of those goals 13 What is the Soft American and who is responsible for it An article written by John F Kennedy page 204 Chapter 9 1 What is the cost of health care in the United States 2 Fitness programs that have emphasis tend to produce 3 Build environment 4 0o ofAmericans believe regular exercise is impormnt to health and well being 5 What is the over reaching goal of school based PE 6 What are the 3 factors in understanding differences in health tness and activity participation 7 What population is most at risk for obesity 8 What are the 3 trends associated with female physical activity participation 9 Pate discusses guidelines for fitness testing 10 Kenneth Cooper made the nation aware of 11 CDC indicates that fitness and PA are responsibilities 12 What is required ofindividuals to become certified in fitness
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