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research shows that deterioration of the human body can be hastened by

physical inactivity

2

the epidemic of physical inactivity in the US is called

Sedentary Death Syndrome

3

the factor least affecting health and longevity is

health care accessibility

4

the top leading cause of death in the US is

cardiovascular disease

5

which of the following is not an example of exercise

walking to get some groceries at a local store

6

exercise is a subset of physical activity that is

planned, structured and repetitive

7

the general recommendation for adults is steps per day

10,000

8

a constant and deliberate effort to stay healthy and achieve the highest potential for well-being refers to

wellness

9

which of the following is a component of health related fitness

muscular strength

10

which of the following is NOT an example of a toxic environment for wellness

bicycle lanes and jogging trails

11

for each car in the US, how many parking spaces are there

7

12

health experts recommend that to be considered active, a person accumulate the equivalent of miles walking per day

3-4

13

when people recognize the benefits of a healthy lifestyle but are unwilling or unable to trade convenience for health or other benefits, they

exhibit a lack of core values

14

when people think that tomorrow, next week, or the day after the holiday is the best time to start change, they are practicing the barrier to change

procrastination

15

tanners focusing on short-term darker skin look and ignore the long-term risk of skin cancer are practicing the barrier to change

gratification

16

being overwhelmed by all the changes needed for a health lifestyle is the barrier to change

complexity

17

the belief that our destiny is in our genes is the barrier to change

indifference and helplessness

18

falsely concluding that their lifestyle is healthy, people employ the barrier to change

rationalization

19

people with an external locus of control

say things happen by chance

20

problems with confidence, one of the three impediments that can keep one from quitting smoking, arise when an individual does not

believe that she can quit smoking

21

problems with motivation, one of the three impediments that can keep one from quitting smoking, arise when an individual

does not believe smoking causes any harm

22

which of the following theories/models proposes that behavior change is influenced by the environment, self-efficacy and the characteristics of the behavior itself

social cognitive theory

23

John does not believe that he will get lung cancer from smoking cigarettes, so he does not want to quit smoking. John is in the stage of the transtheoretical model

precontemplation

24

thinking about controlling your excessive weight after seeing a neighbor die from a heart attack due to obesity is an example of

emotional arousal

25

the use of positive self-talk (good Job) is an example of techniques to help one through the process of change

rewards

26

is used to reference the fat and nonfat components of the human body

body composition

27

the minimal amount of fat needed for normal physiological functions is called

essential fat

28

the typical amount of essential fat in men is percent of the body by weight

3

29

the typical amount of essential fat in women is percent of the body by weight

12

30

what type of fat if found within the tissues such as muscles, nerve cells, bone marrow, intestines, heart, liver and lungs

essential fat