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Case Study #2 - Sylwester Czado KIN 325, Case Study 2...

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Sylwester Czado 4-24-07 KIN 325, Case Study 2 1. The client has few risk factors according to the ACSM standards. The client has a sum of one positive risk factor which is hypertension. However, the client has an HDL of 63, which is considered a negative risk factor, so this decreases CAD risk. Therefore, he no risk factors. Thus, I have determined that the client is at moderate risk because he is older than 45 years old, even though he has no risk factors. Finally, he has somewhat of a sedentary lifestyle because he does not cycle as much as he used to since he began working longer hours at the hospital. However, I cannot assume that he is completely sedentary so it is not a risk factor. 2. When assessing the client’s fitness level, all the components of the health related fitness levels need to be considered. The client’s body composition is a percent body fat of 15%. This places the client in the middle level of percent body fat and has a BMI of 25, which classifies him as overweight. The client’s flexibility test
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course KIN 325 taught by Professor Ward during the Spring '07 term at Rhode Island.

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Case Study #2 - Sylwester Czado KIN 325, Case Study 2...

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