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factors that impact health and longevity

environment
genetics
behavior

2

name and explain the dimensions of wellness

7

physical
emotional
mental
occupational
environmental
social
spiritual

3

name and explain the motor skills-related components of fitness

agility
balance
coordination
speed
power
reaction time

4

name the health related components of physical fitness

muscular flexibility
muscular strength and endurance
cardiorespiratory endurance
body composition

5

name and explain the stages of the transtheoretical model

precontemplation
contemplation
action
maintenance
relapse

6

14 common processes of change that help people

list 5

rewards
behavioral analysis
monitoring
emotional arousal
environmental control
countering

7

what are smart goals

specific
measurable
acceptable
realistic
time-specific

8

list in order according to SEE the ways to assess body composition

DXA
hydrostatic weighing
air displacement
skinfold thickness
bioelectric current

9

a stability exercise ball used for exercises combine the principles of and core strength training

Pilates

10

to achieve strength gains, a minimum of weeks of consecutive training is required

8

11

two type of training methods are used to improve strength are

isometric
dynamic

12

after a maximum strength workout, the trained muscles should be rested at least days to allow for adequate recovery

2

13

is an increase in muscle mass or size

hypertrophy

14

fibers have a greater capacity for aerobic work

slow-twitch

15

muscle tissue uses energy than does fatty tissue

more

16

additional daily calories are required to optimize muscle mass gain

500

17

when setting up a lifting program for someone, you have to take into consideration 4 strength-training guidelines.

mode
resistance
sets
frequency

18

body fat in excess, stored in adipose tissue

storage fat

19

minimal amount of body fat needed for normal physiological functions

essential fat

20

proportional amount of fat in body based on the person's total weight

percent body fat

21

body weight without fat

lean body mass

22

the fat and nonfat components of the human body that are important in assessing recommended body weight

body composition

23

deposits of fat directly under the skin

subcutaneous fat

24

all that is required in the 1.0 mile walk test is a heart rate of at least bpm at the end of the test

120

25

what does FITT stand for

frequency
intensity
type (mode)
time (duration)

26

agility

the ability to quickly and efficiently change body position and direction

27

Balance

the ability to maintain the body in proper equilibrium

28

coordination

the integration of the nervous and muscular systems to produce correct, graceful and harmonious body movements

29

power

the ability to produce the maximum force in the shortest time

30

reaction time

the time required to initiate a response to a given stimuli