Study Guide for exam 1

Study Guide for exam 1 - 4 In addition you are responsible...

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Study Guide for Fitness For Life Chapters 1,2,3,4,7,10,11 Section 32-3 The best way to study for this exam is to carefully review your notes from the power point presentations, generally read through the chapters assigned, focus on “Common Questions answered” and specific sidebars in the chapters that are listed below, such as “Wellness Issues for Diverse Populations”. We did not cover these in class, but you need to review them for the exam. 1. Exam format for this test will be 60 objective (true/false, fill-in, multiple choice, listing) questions. 2. You are responsible for all information from lectures/discussions in class. 3. “Common Questions Answered” at the end of each chapter.
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Unformatted text preview: 4. In addition, you are responsible for the following information from the text: • Wellness Issues for Diverse Populations • Lifestyle Matters for Young Adults • Signs of Wellness • Becoming More Active • Fitness and Disability • Is Exercise Safe • Benefits of Exercise for Older Adults • Exercise and the Mind • Exercise in Hot Weather • Rehabilitation Following a Minor Athletic Injury • Gender Differences in Muscular Strength • Safe Weight Training • Dietary Supplements: A consumer Dilemma • Sleep • Overcoming Insomnia • Dealing with Anger • Choosing and Evaluating Mental Health Professionals • Gender, Ethnicity and CVD...
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