Documents about Exercise Prescription

  • 4 Pages

    Test 4 Study Guidelines

    UT Arlington, KINE 4317

    Excerpt: ... 4317 FINAL Study Guidelines: 100 Questions Disclaimer: As always this guide is not intended to replace reading of the chapters, attending class, and studying the notes. Know: Chapter 7 General Exercise Prescription Development Father of Progressive Overload Stages of General Adaptation Syndrome Reversibility Principle Lowest % of Exercise that VO2max will increase Characteristics of the different types of Exercising Heart Rate Methods Chapter 4 General Evaluation Skills Primary goal of the CEP Chief Complaint Baseline Examination components Point of maximal cardiac impulse Chapter 5 Pharmacotherapy Nothing on this chapter Chapter 6 GXT GXT in a hospital RPP equation Criteria for a true VO2max Meaning of a Q wave on a 12 lead ECG LBBB and GXT WPW characteristics Chapter 19 COPD Definition of and characteristics of COPD GXT guidelines, ergometers, and reasons for testing, response in comparison to healthy subjects Resistance Training guidelines Aerobic Training guidelines Pursed lip breathing Exercise in ...

  • 1 Pages

    Objectives for CR- MI & CHF

    FIU, PEP 5116

    Excerpt: ... Objectives for Cardiac Rehabilitation : Myocardial Infarction and CHF 1. Identify the modifications for exercise prescription for patients with MI and CHF a. What is an acute MI and how is it related to plaque rupture and an acute thrombus? b. What effect does an MI have on wall motion and cardiac arrhythmias? c. What are the modifiable and non-modifiable risk factors? d. Give examples of two emerging risk factors. e. What are the general guidelines for aerobic exercise prescription for post MI patients? f. What are general guidelines for resistance exercise prescription and flexibility training for post MI patients? g. What are general guidelines for aerobic exercise prescription for angina and silent ischemia patients? h. What are general guidelines for resistance exercise prescription and flexibility training for angina and silent ischemia patients? i. What are the general guidelines for aerobic exercise prescription for CABS and PTCA patients? j. What are general guidelines for resistance exercise prescri ...

  • 1 Pages

    TENTATIVE EXS 460 Fall 04 Schedule

    N. Arizona, EXS 460

    Excerpt: ... tion, CHRONIC DISEASE PAPER DUE ECG: Electrolyte and/or drug effects VETERAN'S DAY HOLIDAY The Big ECG Picture Exam III* Drugs & the exercise response THANKSGIVING Basic Principles of Exercise Prescription Principles of Ex.Pres. in cardiac & pulmonary disease Assignment ACSM Ch 1; Append F CD and Handouts Library Reading and Handouts 7 9 T Th Week 3 5 14 6 16 Week 4 7 21 8 23 Week 5 9 28 10 30 Week 6 11 October 5 12 7 Week 7 13 12 14 14 Week 8 15 19 16 21 Week 9 17 26 18 28 Week 11 19 November 2 20 4 Week 11 21 9 22 11 Week 12 23 16 24 18 Week 13 25 23 26 25 Week 14 27 30 28 December 2 Week 15 29 7 30 Week 15 9 T Th T Th T Th T Th T Th T Th T Th T Th T Th T Th T Th T Th T Th Handouts ACSM CH 2-3 ACSM 2-3 Lectures 1-7 ACSM 4 Appendix D Handouts Chap 5 Chap 5 ACSM 6 Thaler Ch 1; Handouts Thaler Chap 2 & 4 Thaler Ch 3, 7 Thaler Ch 67; Thaler Lectures 17 - 23 *Lectures 18-24 Appendix A ACSM Ch 7 and 8 ACSM Ch 8 and 9 Exercise prescription for other common clinical conditions ACSM Ch 10 & 11 Programmin ...

  • 2 Pages

    Lab 8-Low Back and SI

    Lake City CC, KIN 3711

    Excerpt: ... Lab 8: Exercise Prescription for Low Back Pain and Sacroiliac Discomfort Tyler Hyvarinen, Allison Pruys & Aaron Ruberto Low Back Pain Back symptoms are the most common cause of disability for persons under the age of 45 years (Oldridge & Stoll, 1997). Although there is inconclusive scientific research to support the effectiveness of exercise in the treatment of low back pain it is generally understood that physical inactivity (ex. bed rest) is contraindicated and thus conservative exercise and therapeutic programs are utilized to restore and preserve functional capacity and exercise tolerance (Oldridge & Stoll, 1993). A therapeutic exercise program for the back typically has many components including instruction on posture and stability as well as exercises for flexibility, strength and muscle endurance (Houglum, 2005). Sacroiliac (SI) Discomfort Pain in the low back can be related to SI joint dysfunctions as back pain has been shown to refer into the sacroiliac region (Houglum, 2005). When SI joint ...

  • 8 Pages

    chapter 3

    LSU, KIN 2504

    Excerpt: ... Chapter 3 Exercise Prescription personalized exercise prescription o many different activities promote fitness o the choice of activities should be based on personal enjoyment, convenience, and availability-make sure target personal needs (someone who doesn't work out a lot-start on walking/easy weight program-get ready for heavier workout) o while no single activity develops overall fitness most exercisers adhere to a single mode and thus are not as fit as they may think they are o to develop overall fitness one needs to engage in a combination of personalized health-related fitness activities monitoring daily physical activity o the first step towards becoming more active is to carefully monitor daily physical activity o to help increase, maintain and monitor daily physical activity consider purchasing a pedometer-it is recommended to take about 10,000 steps per day (on average take about that amount) the typical male in the U.S. takes about 6,000 and typical female take 5,300 steps per day readiness for ...

  • 1 Pages

    Exam_2_Review

    Cal Poly, KINE 303

    Excerpt: ... ate production occurs under what conditions? The role of Acetyl-CoA in energy production. Energy production via Beta-Oxidation. Very high intensity exercise and energy systems. What roles do hormones play during exercise? Goals of the endocrine system? Roles of glucagon and insulin during exercise. Define and explain RER, EPOC, Oxygen Debt, OBLA, LT. How to quantify aerobic energy production. What is the relationship between VO2 and heart rate. Indirect Calorimetry what can it measure? Protein requirements for sedentary people and athletes. Who would benefit from CHO loading and why? Health risks associated with obesity. Advantages and disadvantages for the different body composition procedures. What are the factors that determine obesity? What role do genetics play in body fat? What is the caloric deficit necessary for 1-2 lbs of weight loss per week? Recommended exercise prescription for weight loss. List exercise guidelines for an overweight person. Understand positive and negative energy balance. ...

  • 12 Pages

    Lecture #3 - Exercise Physiology

    University of Michigan, MOVESCI 111

    Excerpt: ... Physical Education 4. Athletic Training 5. Exercise prescription 6. Coaching Lecture #3 Professional Exercise Physiology Professional Exercise Physiologist 1. 2. 1. No certification requirement Diverse careers Research in colleges, universities, or private industries 2. 3. 4. Own Health and fitness companies Massage therapy Physical therapy, occupational therapy, nursing, nutrition, medicine, chiropractic. Lecture #3 Professional Exercise Physiology Certification/License Do you need to be certified? Why, why not Due to diverse fields of studies, not license is required except in Louisiana. Lecture #3 Professional Exercise Physiology Certification & Licensing Organizations Aerobics and Fitne ss Association of Ameri ca (AFAA) American College Sports Medi cine (ACSM ) American Council on Exercise (ACE) Canadian Aerobics I nstructors Network (CAIN) Canadian Personal T rainers Ne twork (CPTN) Canadian Society for Exercise Phy siology The Cooper Institute for Aerob ...

  • 47 Pages

    Topic 04

    FIU, PEP 5116

    Excerpt: ... Topic 04 Clinical Conditions Influencing Exercise Prescription : Hypertension and Dyslipidemia "I though the appointment was a formality, just a physical routine, so I wasn't too concerned. But in the back of my mind, I knew I had a family history Source: Heart-Healthy Living. Summer 2006; 30 of high Topic 04 1. Hypertension affects more a. Hypertension Scope than 50 million Americans, and its prevalence increases with age. The total estimated direct and indirect cost of hypertensive disease for 2002 was $47.2 billion. Topic 04 1. Hypertension b. Physiology and Pathophysiology A variety of systems are involved in the regulation of blood pressure: renal, hormonal, vascular, peripheral and central adrenergic systems. Anything that increases flow (Q) will affect SBP more, while an increase in peripheral resistance has more effect on DBP. BP = cardiac output (Q) -affected by HR and SV- x systemic vascular Topic 04 1. Hypertension b. Physiology and Pathophysiology The early phase o ...

  • 7 Pages

    CV.3.082907

    Virginia Tech, HNFE 3864

    Excerpt: ... effect of physical activity on life expectancy Calculated the effects of different levels of physical activity on life expectancy with & w/o CVD at age years or older Franco et al 2005 Effect of physical activity level on life expectancy (LE) at age 50 years Summary: Exercise Improve most risk factors for CVD Especially when weight loss accompanies the exercise training Helpful to understand the mechanisms behind the benefits to help patients understand and to tailor exercise prescription Franco, O. H. et al. Arch Intern Med 2005;165:2355-2360. 7 ...

  • 2 Pages

    KIN325 - Case Study #2

    Rhode Island, KIN 325

    Excerpt: ... the 90th percentile. 3. Write and exercise prescription for muscular fitness for the first few weeks. What did you base your decision on? - Upper Body Choice of Exercise bench press, arm curl, lat pull-down Frequency 2-3 days/wk Intensity 60-70% 1RM Volume (Duration) 3-5 sets of 8-12 reps Rest Interval 1-2 min - Lower Body Choice of Exercise leg press, leg extension, leg curl Frequency 2-3 days/wk Intensity 70-85% 1RM Volume (Duration) 1-3 sets of 10-15 reps Rest Interval 2-3 min - Frequency As a beginner, giving him a goal of 2-3 days per week for the first few weeks gives him the flexibility to work around his schedule to find the right "groove", as well as giving his body enough time to rest between each work-out session. - Intensity The reasoning for my decision to vary intensity between upper body and lower body was because this man's lower body is much stronger than his upper body, therefore, it would make more sense to work his lower body muscles a little harder t ...

  • 10 Pages

    Chapter18

    MO Western, PED 317

    Excerpt: ... Chapter 15 Chapter 15 As with all exercise prescription s, follows these principles: Specificity (SAID) Overload Progression Chapter 15 Evaluate the sport via observation and performance: Movement analyses Physiological analyses Injury analyses Chapter 15 Profile the athlete as to: Training status (injuries, how far along) Training background/history Experience with lifts Weaknesses/strengths based on testing Chapter 15 After the needs analysis, select major, multijointed core exercises that are used in the sport. Fill in the workouts with assistance exercises that are typically one-joint exercises. Chapter 15 Sometimes core exercises or core training refers to training the abs, lower back, hips, and thighs-the center "core" of the body. Exercises should be selected that mimic the sport. Selection to take note of muscle balance. Other factors, such as available equipment, experience with lifts, and time must also be considered. Chapter 15 Depends on many fac ...

  • 10 Pages

    Chapter19Cont.

    MO Western, PED 317

    Excerpt: ... Chapter 15 Chapter 19 Cont. As with all exercise prescription s, follows these principles: Specificity (SAID) Overload Progression Chapter 19 Evaluate the sport via observation and performance: Movement analyses Physiological analyses Injury analyses Chapter 19 Profile the athlete as to: Training status (injuries, how far along) Training background/history Experience with lifts Weaknesses/strengths based on testing Chapter 19 After the needs analysis, select major, multijointed core exercises that are used in the sport. Fill in the workouts with assistance exercises that are typically one-joint exercises. Chapter 19 Sometimes core exercises or core training refers to training the abs, lower back, hips, and thighs-the center "core" of the body. Exercises should be selected that mimic the sport. Selection to take note of muscle balance. Other factors, such as available equipment, experience with lifts, and time must also be considered. Chapter 19 Depends on ma ...

  • 6 Pages

    d3228

    East Los Angeles College, E 112

    Excerpt: ... . Flexibility: the range of motion at a joint. Co-ordination: the ability to time and integrate movements effectively. Power: the ability to exert a muscular force at speed (explosive movement). Muscular endurance: a muscles ability to contract repeatedly. Balance: the ability to control the bodys position. 21 Training for health, fitness and sport Learning outcomes On completion of this study topic, you should be able to: . understand the term aerobic tness and recognise some of the factors that inuence it identify some of the effects aerobic activity has on the body identify and describe the components of muscular tness understand some of the benets and effects of muscular tness training recognise how to evaluate muscular and aerobic tness begin to identify exercise prescription s aimed at increasing aerobic and muscular tness. . . . . . 22 Improving aerobic tness Unit 19 19.1 Improving aerobic tness The following is an extract from Unit 19 of Study Topic 4: ...

  • 9 Pages

    December 5

    Colorado, KAPH 4750

    Excerpt: ... avior modification (r=.10) Health education (r=.10) Types of Individual Interventions Health-risk appraisal (r=.10) Exercise prescription (r=.21) PE curriculum (r=.21) Combinations (r=.11) Setting of Interventions General community-based interventions produce better results when compared to home, school, or health-care settings Interventions delivered in the presence of others are superior to those delivered to people on their own Settings of Interventions Interventions promoting leisure-time PA are more sucessful than those promoting strength or aerobic exercise Interventions promoting moderate intensity PA are more successful than those promoting strenuous exercises ...

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    Final_Exam_Review

    Cal Poly, KINE 303

    Excerpt: ... (healthy individuals, cardiac rehab patients, senior clients). Exercise prescription and adherence techniques. Relative risk of developing disease and levels of physical activity and fitness. ACSM guidelines for improving fitness level: frequency, intensity, time, and type. * Good luck with the last week of the quarter and with all your finals. Please talk with me as soon as possible if you have questions about this review. Feel free to email me questions if you have them. Final Exam Review 2 ...

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    KIN325 - Case Study #1

    Rhode Island, KIN 325

    Excerpt: ... ion sizes, she would end up getting hungry on the job and resorting to eating what her coworkers had to offer. Lower back pain If this individual has chronic lower back pain that was not caused by a traumatic event, there are a few things she can do that could possibly minimize the pain. One of the main causes of lower back pain is the lack of flexibility of the hip flexor muscles (which are the muscles located on the front of the thigh connected to the iliac crest on the hip bone). When these muscles are tight, the hips are strained from dispersing the weight of the body. Other factors that add to lower back pain are tight hamstrings, as well as lack of strength in the abdomen, quadriceps, and gluteus maximus. I would suggest that after her exercise prescription this individual should spend 2 minutes after her cool-down period to stretch the hip flexors as well as the hamstrings. She can even stretch these muscles on days she does not exercise, like after a hot shower when her muscles are warm. Possibly af ...

  • 7 Pages

    Lect10.StudyGuide

    University of Michigan, MVS 110

    Excerpt: ... e #10 StudyGuide Page 6 Give the minimum training frequency to induce a training effect. Exercise Mode Give the optimum training mode to induce a training effect. Maintenance of Aerobic Fitness Gains Is the requirement for maintenance of aerobic fitness the same as the requirement for its improvement? Methods of Training Describe three differences between aerobic and anaerobic training. 1. 2. 3. Anaerobic Training List two activities that can be used for anaerobic training. 1. 2. Aerobic Training Interval Training What two factors formulate the interval training exercise prescription ? 1. 2. Continuous Training Define "continuous training" and indicate the group best suited for this training method. Definition Group best suited Lecture #10 StudyGuide Page 7 Fartlek Training What does Fartlek mean? ...