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Chap 1 - PE100 Lifetime Fitness and Wellness Objectives...

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Unformatted text preview: PE100 Lifetime Fitness and Wellness Objectives What is wellness? Identify major health issues What behaviors are associated with fitness and wellness? Explain the steps to developing a plan Discuss available sources of information Discuss critical thinking Test your knowledge Which of these causes the most deaths? Smoking Alcohol Obesity Muscle turns into fat when you stop using it? Body composition is the primary tool used to assess health? of health websites are based on scientific information? Health facts http://www.cnn.com/SPECIALS/2007/fit.nation/ob http://apps.nccd.cdc.gov/brfss/Trends/TrendData.a http://chfs.ky.gov/NR/rdonlyres/09215B6F2D8C Wellness 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Determined by individual Physical Emotional Spiritual Intellectual Social and interpersonal Environmental Life expectancy See charts http://geography.about.com/library/weekly/aa042000b.htm Bronze Age 18 Classical Greece 28 Classical Rome 28 Medieval Britain 33 End of 19th Century Western Europe 37 Current world average 67 Cause of death 1900 1990 Tuberculosis Cardiovascular Disease Syphilis Cancer Pneumonia Stroke Influenza Diabetes women Cause of death, cont. Suicide Obesity Tobacco Alcohol Motor vehicles Sexual behavior Illicit drug use National Wellness Goals Healthy People 2010 Increase quality and years of healthy life 12 years Gender Eliminate health disparities Body composition Diabetes Hypertension Tobacco Alcohol Ethnicity Income and education Wellness Behaviors Physically active Greatest to least 15% of deaths Healthy diet Healthy body weight 75 billion % ? Manage stress Wellness Behavior, cont. Manage stress Avoid tobacco and drug use, limit alcohol 8 of 10 top causes of death 90$ billion 85, 000 deaths Chronic illnesses Central obesity STD Evaluating Sources of Information Go to the original source Watch for misleading information Research report or public advice Anecdotal Skeptical/common sense http://www.howtogainmass.com/?gclid=CMXydD2m44CFTyKOA http://www.zerotosuperhero.com/power.htm http://www.wikihow.com/LoseWeightFast http://www.wuyisource.com/home.php http://www.thinin4.com/ BMI http://www.nhlbisupport.com/bmi/ BMI's > 35 kg/m2 are associated with a 93 fold and 42fold increased risk of Type 2 diabetes in 4 women and men Creating a personal plan 1. 2. 3. Monitor and gather data log Analyze data/identify patterns Who, what, when, why Marathon/ironman Set realistic, specific, measurable goals Creating a personal plan 1. Devise a strategy or plan of action Campus or community resources Environment Rewards yourself Family/friends Plan ahead for challenges 2. Make a personal contract Summary Wellness Living fully with vitality and meaning Dynamic Multidimensional People today have greater ability to control Behaviors that promote wellness Assignment #1 Due next Thursday Link is under assignments tab on Blackboard ...
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