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Chapter 4-15 - Chapter 4 Body Composition 1. Define: Lean...

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Chapter 4 Body Composition 1. Define: Lean Body Mass essential fat and % for male and female storage fat and %’s 2. Why is knowing your body comp important to health? 3. What are the methods of assessing body composition? 4. Which one is best? Know % for each or values for each 5. Describe and analyze each type (good/bad). 6. What are the different % of body fat and how much is too much? How much is too lean? 7. How do you determine correct body weight by using ideal fat%? 8. What are 2 types of eating disorders? Describe. 9. What are health consequences of obesity? 10. What is creeping obesity? 11. How do you loose fat from your legs? 12. What are android/gynoid body types? 13. How do we determine this? 14. How does this relate to health? 15. How can you eat more and not gain body fat?
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Chapter 6 Major benefits CR exercise (specific) How CR endurance is measured Different tests How does FITT apply? Describe effective CR fitness program What is cardiorespiratory system? Insulin and exercise HDL/LDL Resting metabolic rate and exercise Which is best? moderate or excessive (high) exercise – why? Why is sleep so important – how much? Exercise effect stress Exercise prevention of chronic diseases VO 2max Calculate target heart rate (Karvonan method) Gender differences CR endurance RPE Purpose – warm-up, cool down Energy systems – ATP-PC, lactic acid, oxygen
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course HPS 1000 taught by Professor Lowry during the Spring '07 term at Kennesaw.

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