Flashcards in p.e ch 1-3 Deck (22):
Show the Australian PA and SB guidelines for children 0-5yrs
Intensity- Any movement
Time- 3hrs a day
Sedentary- 0-2 yrs none, 2-5yrs 1 hr a day
Show the Australian PA and SB guidelines for youth 13-17 years
Time- 60 mins + (more is beneficial)
Type- muscle strengthening at least 3 days a week
Sedentary- no more than 2 hrs a day, break up long periods of sitting
Show the Australian PA and SB guidelines for adult 18-64 years
Frequency- most days, preferably all
Intensity/Time- 150-300 mins moderate or 75-150 mins of vigorous activity each week
Type- muscle strengthening at least 2 days a week
Sedentary- minimise sedentary behaviour as much as possible, break up long periods of sitting.
Give in order the mets of an activity which is low, moderate and high in intensity.
what is the met value for a walking your dog
what is the met value for a basketball game
What is used to measure intensity
Metabolic equivalent (MET)
What information do subjective tools provide?
Qualitative analysis and recall of behaviours.
What information do objective tools provide?
Quantitative analysis, gives figures and stats
What are the advantages and disadvantages of diaries and logs.
- easily administered
- Cost effective
- range of dimensions
- little time required for participant
- Long time to analyse
- cognitive issues
The person changes their actual PA levels because they are asked to record it.
eg. ( normally chatty person in class but when camera in room they behave)
What type of measure is a recall survey?
What type of measure is direct observation?
what are the levels of the socio-ecological model
Describe a possible method to overcome feelings of low self efficacy.
small achievable goals will give the individual more confidence each time they complete a taks and this will encourage them to continue PA. With this they will improve their skills at whatever hobby they are participating in.
-can also: work with friends and looks for family encouragement
What are some strategies of increasing PA at the individual level?
-focus on individuals current knowledge and/or skills (eg. may be interested in basketball)
-increase frequency and duration of exercise
-Barriers like socio - economic status my have to be overcome.
What are some factors included in the social environmental level?
• Family, peers, partner, teachers
• Schools, workplace, community organisations
• Community norms
• Cultural backgrounds
• SES of community
What are some strategies of increasing PA at the social environmental level?
- team sports (futsal team)
- mothers group, walk and talk
- going to the gym with your mate
- community athletics carnival
What are some factors included in the physical environmental level?
• Availability & access to facilities
• Aesthetics or perceived qualities of facility
• Community design & land use
• Public transport
What are some strategies of increasing PA at the physical environmental level?
-New resources/facilities near housing estates
- slowing traffic around schools
- new bike racks
- showers and places to change and store equipment
*all these strategies are depending on which PA
Name some examples of policy, affecting PA
• Compulsory PE & sport until Yr 10
• Setting gym times for certain groups
• Minimum standards for workplace health & fitness