PED 100 - PED 100 - Fitness for Living Lecture # 1...

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PED 100 - Fitness for Living Lecture # 1 - Introduction Text Assignments: Preface, Note: The glossary applies to all lectures and chapters Other Miscellaneous Information · Administrative information · Other potential lab book activities · Alternative activities · Physical examination · Written examinations (3) Five Dimensions of Life · Intellectual · Emotional · Physical · Spiritual · Social Health Related Components of Physical Fitness · Cardiovascular Strength: The ability of the circulatory system to circulate oxygenated blood to the muscles upon demand most important Health Related Components Continued. ...... · Muscular Strength: Exerting a muscular force · Muscular Endurance: Muscular force over a prolonged period of time · Flexibility: A measure of the range of motion of a joint · Body Composition: The analysis of the body into primary components: body fat and lean body mass. Creating A Positive Health Lifestyle · An effective exercise program · A positive nutrition program · Effective stress management · Avoidance of substance abuse · Set of health behaviors that improve the quality and quality of life · Fifty percent of our health is attributed to the lifestyle we choose!! Five Building Blocks of Wellness · Proper diet/ nutrition and weight control · Proper exercise · No smoking · Effective stress management · Absence of substance abuse
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Five Behaviors That Cause 80% of All Health Problems in America · Smoking · Excessive stress · Sedentary living · Inadequate nutrition · Drinking alcohol Health Care Spending In America 2000 ? $ One Trillion? In Billions of Dollars Major Causes of Death in the United States · Heart disease · Cancers · Accidents · Stroke · Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease · Pneumonia · Diabetes · Chronic liver disease · Suicide · Homicides Key Point · The most common causes of death and illness today are not famine or contagious diseases, but aging, sedentary living, nutritional excesses, dietary fads, abuse of substance, the physical environment, and the stresses of modern living. Formula For Success · Knowledge -the essential ingredient · Attitude or value - the catalyst · Positive health behavior- the goal PED 100 - Lecture #2 - AIDS Education DEFINITIONS OF AIDS · Acquired-- Not genetically inherited · Immune-- Having to do with the body’s defense systems · Deficiency-- Ineffectiveness of body’s defense system · Syndrome-- A set of symptoms AIDS Is Not Considered To Be Spread Via: · Hugging · Casual kissing
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· Shared rooms or bathrooms · Public telephones · Sneezing or coughing · Food · Insect bites · Donating blood AIDS Virus Is Spread Three Main Ways · Having sexual intercouse with an infected person · Sharing intravenous drug needles and syringes · Children can be born with the virus if the mother
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