Stress - Pop Quiz 1 When setting up a personal fitness...

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Pop Quiz 1 When setting up a personal fitness plan, which of the following steps are necessary? A) set goals B) select appropriate activities C) call personal fitness instructors D) a and b 2 An adequate goal for caloric expenditure during a cardiorespiratory endurance exercise would be to burn about how many calories? A) 100 B) 300 C) 500 D) 1,000 3 Muscular strength and endurance workouts require a minimum of about how many exercises in order to work all the major muscle groups? A) 4 - 6 B) 8 - 10 C) 12 - 14 D) 15 - 20 4 Which of the following is not a training guideline recommended in your text? A) start slowly B) have an exercise buddy C) vary your activities D) increase intensity of exercise before frequency of exercise 5 Exercisers who are prone to asthma attacks should: A) carry medication during workouts B) eat something during workouts C) build hamstring strength D) exercise in cold, dry conditions 6 Exercisers who have diabetes should: A) avoid exercise unless diabetes is under control B) avoid exercising alone C) inject insulin in a muscle that will not be exercised D) all of the above 7 Individuals with hypertension should follow which of these recommendations? A) hold their breath while exercising B) exercise at a high intensity C) increase intensity gradually D) none of the above 8 Pregnant women should follow which of these recommendations? A) see your physician about possible changes to exercise sessions B) avoid exercising during the second trimester C) monitor your blood pressure as a measure of exercise intensity D) b and c 9 What percentage of Americans aged 12 - 21 years exercise on a regular basis? A) 25% B) 35% C) 50% D) 75% 10Cycling on Monday, jogging on Wednesday, and swimming on Saturday is an example of: A) cycle training B) cross-training C) periodization D) interval training
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Define Stress
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Process by which we appraise and respond to (or cope with) event The collective physiological and emotional responses to any stimulus that disturbs an individual’s homeostasis How do we think about the demands of the situation? What do we think about the resources available to cope with the situation? What
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