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Health Test #3

The title is pretty self-explanatory

QuestionAnswer
What is posture? Your body's allignment
Head goes directly over your... Shoulders
Shoulders go directly over your... Hips
Hips go directly over your... Feet
What is stamina? The body's ability to do work for a long period of time
When you consume more calories than you use what is it stored as? Body fat
When you are overweight what health risks does it cause? Bone/joint issues, increases risk for cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and plaque build up in the arteries
When you are underweight what health risks does it cause? Lack of energy/strength, enlarged liver, swelling, and other health related issues
What is hyperthermia? Elevated body temperature due to prolonged exposure to excessive heat
What is hypothermia? Dangerously low body temperature due to prolonged exposure to cold
What are the symptoms of hypothermia? Shivering, slurred speech, confusion, and drowsiness
What are some of the barriers to exercising? Environmental factors, physical limitations, policy factors,
What are some ways to address these barriers? Managing your time, writing a to-do list, setting alarms or reminders, keeping exercise fun, listening to music, choosing a variety of activities
What does S.M.A.R.T fitness stand for? Specific, measurable, action-based, realistic, time-bound
What are the two types of motivation? Intrinsic Motivation and Extrinsic Motivation
What is intrinsic motivation? The determination, drive, or desire to do something that comes from within
What is extrinsic motivation? The determination, drive, or desire to do something that comes from external forces (e.g. family, friends, school, doctor, etc.)
What are the three stages of a workout? Warm up, exercise, cool down
What is aerobic exercise? Vigorous activity that strengthens the heart and lungs
What is anaerobic exercise? Short, intense activities that build muscular strength
What is physical fitness? The body's ability to respond or adapt to the demands of stress or physical activity
What are some skill related fitness activities? Speed, power, agility, balance, coordination, reaction time
What are some health related fitness physical capabilities? Muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, cardiorespiratory endurance, body composition
What is muscular strength? The amount of force a muscle can produce with a single maximum effort
What is muscular endurance? The ability of a muscle or muscle group to remain contracted or contract repeatedly for long periods of time without stopping
What is the fat free mass in your body? Muscle, bone, and water
What is the difference between physical activity and exercise? Physical activity is any movement that requires energy, all exercise is physical activity but all physical activity is not exercise
What is the F.I.T.T. standard? Frequency, Intensity, Time, Type
Created by: lopiegabby