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what is physical education

1. subject in school
2. profession
-teaching
-fitness/wellness
-sport
-athletic therapy
3. academic discipline

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PE programs

geared towards the training of physical educators for the school system
emphasis on the moving body (pedagogical)

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kinesiology

combination of the greek for "to move" and "logos" (discourse or study)

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first kinesiology programs in canada

uni of waterloo, simon fraser 1967

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what happened in 1993

the american academy of physical education offically endorsed the term "kinesiology" to represtn the acedemic study of the human movemen in undergrad degrees now governeed by USA by national academy of kin

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what is the socio-cultural approach to the study of sport

would not measure bodies to determine if one is fit, but would ask questions such as what is healthy, whose body is athletic, ect
-a humanist perspective
-social science perspective
-a curiosity-based reaserch perspective

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interdisciplinary appraoches to the study of obesity and inactivity

socio-cultural
behavioual
bio-physical
sport psychology
sociology, history, philosphy
exercise physiology

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bio physical includes

exercise physiology
biomechanics

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sociology, history, philosophy

sport psychology
exercise psychology

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sport culture

historically created over time
culturally negotiated
impacted by political and economic societal issues
involves creative spheres

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health is

the capacity to lead a statisfying life, fulfill ambitions, and accommodate to change

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health involves

specific to a person life
a dynamic, ever changing process
holistic, not simply the absence of disease
related to quality of ones life
multidimensional
related to persons ability to cope with the challenge of change

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dimensions of health

physical
social
mental
enviornmental
spiritual
emotional

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reactive or curative approach

worrying about health only when sick. not asserting control over your health in the abesence of diease

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proactive approach

adopting lifestyle habits that, in the long run, will enable you to lead a more healthy life

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wellness is

the conbination of health and happiness
reflected in the way a person chooses to live life

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pos family influences

education
values
support

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neg family influences

influences ones health

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pos media messages

highly motivational

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neg media messages

power to encourage unhealthy choices

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social/peer influences

part take in sport

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cultural influences on health

north americans tend to think scientifically about disease
western med deals largely with treatment or organs and systems, in isolation from persons mind and environment

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nutrients

macronutreints
mironutrients
wtaer
fibre

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nutrition

science of food
helps teach about healthy diet that contains adequate amounts of all essential nutrients

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essential nutrients

obtained from digested foods

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micronutrients

vits and mins

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macronutrients

protiens, fats, carbs
provide energy: calories
water
fibre

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carbs

primary source of energy
55-60% of daily caloric intakes
used by the body easily and quickly
used first, before fats ans protiens
sugars and startches

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energy per nutrient

carbs: 4/g
fat: 9/9
protien: 4/g
alcohol: 7/g

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sugars

simple carbs
provide energy