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Concepts Test #3

TermDefinition
Do frequent flutctuations in weight markedly incresse the risk of dying from cardiovascular disease?
do anorexic individuals fear death more than weight gain? No.
What is the Atkins diet? carbohydrates are practically elliminated from diet. a low carb/high protien diet. Typically about 1,500 calories per day, extremely high in fat.
Are low fat foods always much lower in calories than the regular product? No.
(true or false) Obesity is defined as a BMI of 30 or greater? True.
(true or false) The second leading cause of death in the U.S. is overweight and physical inactivity?
(true or false) Most people, especially obese people, underestimate their intake-energy intake is the equivalent of calories.
The difference between anorexics and bulimics- Anorexia-do not eat. very underweight. Starve themselves. Bulimia- do eat, but purge (excersise/laxitives/vomit) bing and purge cycle. typically average weight or overweight.
The difference between bulimics and bing-eaters- bing eaters do not purge after they eat. bing eater will continue eating even after they are full, just to maitain that specific 10,000 caloric intake level.
How many calories are in one pound fo fat? 3,500 clories= 1 lb of fat
Setpoint-
Suggested lower limits of daily caloric intake for men and women- Men- 1,500 Women- 1,200
How can the body fat/weight setpoint be lowered?
(true or false) after weight loss, due to excersise, people need to continue excersising at least 60 minutes per day to maintain weightloss?
What is the most effective way to lose weight? Moderate intencive excersise (greater than or equal to)60 minutes per day and 1,200-1,500 caloric intake diet per day.
(true or false) when attempting to lose weight, calories should be consumed in a percentage proportion of 25-50-25 for breakfast, lunch and dinner, respectively?
(true or false) when starting your diet plan it is important to pay particular attention to food serving sizes?
How is weight management accomplished?
What is the single most important component of health-related fitness for the general population, except older adults? cardiorespiratory endurance.
examples of aerobic excersise: 3,000 meters of running or jogging
example of anaerobic excersise; 400 meters of track and field.
true or false) as cardiorespiratory endurance increases, resting heart rate decreases? True. As one becomes more fit, their resting heart rate decreases.
Stroke volume- (*Per beat)the ammount of blood pumped by the heart in one beat.
best indicator of cardiorespiratory or aerobic fitness? VO2max
Why does indurance training increse stroke volume?
What is a VO2 difference?
True or false) a 1.5 mile run test can be used to measure VO2max?
How many calories does the body burn for each liter of oxygen consumed? 5 calories.
what is the formula for maximal heart rate?
(true or false) The optimal cardio respiratory training zone is 60-85%?
(true or false) to lose weight, a frequency of five to six training sessions lasting 60-90 minutes concisting of low to moderate intensity per week is reccomended?
What is the formula to calculate VO2max?
Formula to calculate relative VO2max?
*Actual test question* What is the caloric expenditure of an individual with a VO2max of 3.5 ml/min, who is excersising a 605 minimum? 315
cardiac Output (*per one minute)ammount of blood pumped by the heart in one minute.
Aerobic Requires oxygen (walking, jogging, swimming)
Anaerobic Does not require oxygen. (track and field 11, 200, 400m./ swimming 100m./strength training)
Do frequent flutctuations in weight markedly incresse the risk of dying from cardiovascular disease?
do anorexic individuals fear death more than weight gain? No.
What is the Atkins diet?
Are low fat foods always much lower in calories than the regular product? No.
(true or false) Obesity is defined as a BMI of 30 or greater?
(true or false) The second leading cause of death in the U.S. is overweight and physical inactivity?
(true or false) Most people, especially obese people, underestimate their intake-energy intake is the equivalent of calories.
The difference between anorexics and bulimics-
The difference between bulimics and bing-eaters-
How many calories are in one pound fo fat? 3,500 clories= 1 lb of fat
Setpoint- weight control theory that the body has an established weight and strongly attempts to maintain that weight.
Suggested lower limits of daily caloric intake for men and women- Men- Women-
How can the body fat/weight setpoint be lowered?
(true or false) after weight loss, due to excersise, people need to continue excersising at least 60 minutes per day to maintain weightloss?
What is the most effective way to lose weight? Moderate intencive excersise (greater than or equal to)60 minutes per day and 1,200-1,500 caloric intake diet per day.
(true or false) when attempting to lose weight, calories should be consumed in a percentage proportion of 25-50-25 for breakfast, lunch and dinner, respectively?
(true or false) when starting your diet plan it is important to pay particular attention to food serving sizes?
How is weight management accomplished?
What is the single most important component of health-related fitness for the general population, except older adults? cardiorespiratory endurance.
examples of aerobic excersise: 3,000 meters of running or jogging
example of anaerobic excersise; 400 meters of track and field.
true or false) as cardiorespiratory endurance increases, resting heart rate decreases? True. As one becomes more fit, their resting heart rate decreases.
Stroke volume- (*heart rate Per beat)
best indicator of cardiorespiratory or aerobic fitness? VO2max
Why does indurance training increse stroke volume?
What is a VO2 difference?
True or false) a 1.5 mile run test can be used to measure VO2max?
How many calories does the body burn for each liter of oxygen consumed? 5 calories.
what is the formula for maximal heart rate?
(true or false) The optimal cardio respiratory training zone is 60-85%?
(true or false) to lose weight, a frequency of five to six training sessions lasting 60-90 minutes concisting of low to moderate intensity per week is reccomended?
What is the formula to calculate VO2max?
Formula to calculate relative VO2max?
*Actual test question* What is the caloric expenditure of an individual with a VO2max of 3.5 ml/min, who is excersising a 605 minimum? 315
cardiac Output (*heart rate per one minute)
Aerobic Requires oxygen (walking, jogging, swimming)
Anaerobic Does not require oxygen. (track and field 11, 200, 400m./ swimming 100m./strength training)
Created by: MrsLippig