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Running head: EXERCISE PROGRAM Laboratory Assignment 3 Exercise Program KINE-1710 Tesni Stefanato November 29, 2013 Raw Data: Lab. 9
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2[Type text] [Type text] [Type text] 1. Estimate your current energy (food) intake (a rough estimate is adequate) using procedures found on page 265 in your textbook (Procedure Part. 1). (10 marks) Breakfast 2 eggs overeasy, piece of rye toasted w butter, 1 cup orange juice Calories: 392 Lunch Sandwich: Chicken Breast, 1 Slice Spicy Havarti Cheese, 2 pieces of rye toast, tsp. mustard, tsp. mayo A pear Calories: 565 Dinner Chicken Stir Fry: chicken, broccoli, red peppers, carrots, water chestnuts, celery, stir fry mix, Lactose Free skim milk Calories: 690 Snacks Approx. 30 wheat thins, Gatorade, Yogurt, Reese Peanut Butter Cups Calories: 580 Total Calorie Intake (Energy Intake): 2227 Calories Per day 2. Estimate your daily energy requirement and daily energy goal for weight maintenance using procedures on page 265-266 in your textbook (Procedures Parts II & III). (please ensure you type the equations into the report, and clearly show your calculations) (10 marks) Part ll: 387 – (7.31 x 18) + (1.27 x [4.91 x 125]) + (16.78 x 157) = 3669.34 Calories/day Part lll: 2227 + 3669.34 / 2 = 2948.17 Calories/day 3.
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