Optional Lab 6.2

Optional Lab 6.2 - Calculate target body weight from target...

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Optional Lab 6.2- Determining a Target Body Weight Sylwester Czado PEX 275 Lab Instructor: Colleen Chesson 12-11-06
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Purpose Body mass index is a measure of relative body weight correlating with body fat. It is calculated by dividing total body weight by the square of body height. Also, assessing percent body composition involves estimating percent body fat. Through this lab, I will determine my target body weight from Target BMI and Target Body Fat Percentages. Methods Complete this lab if the results of Lab 6.1 indicate that a change in body composition would benefit your health and well-being. Equipment: Calculator, pencil, and paper Determine percent body fat and calculate BMI. Keep track of height and weight. Instructions: Target Body Weight from Target BMI Use the chart to find the target body weight that corresponds to your target BMI. Find your height in the left column and then move across the row until you find the weight that corresponds to your target BMI.
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Unformatted text preview: Calculate target body weight from target BMI by using the formula from the data collection sheet. Convert height measurement to meters and then square that measurement. Multiply the number by your target BMI to get your target weight in kilograms. Then convert that result from kilograms into pounds. Instructions: Target Body Weight from Target Body Fat Percentages Use the formula from the data collection sheet to calculate the target body weight that corresponds to your target percent body fat. Results IN THE DATA COLLECTION SHEETS Conclusion I learned in this lab that having a target body weight is crucial in maintaining a healthy weight. However, a lifestyle should include a sensible diet and regular exercise. With the information and skills I learned, I could help others achieve their specific target weight. I could also help others set goals to change their body composition, such as increasing physical activity and maintaining a healthy diet....
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course KIN 275 taught by Professor Lamont during the Fall '06 term at Rhode Island.

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