KIN325 - Case Study #2

KIN325 - Case Study #2 - Elisa Giordano KIN 325 Fitness...

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Elisa Giordano KIN 325 – Fitness Appraisal and Guidance April 24, 2007 Case Study #2 1. Risk factors according to ACSM standards - Hypertension – Although his resting blood pressure is 118/68 mmHg, he is taking antihypertensive medication, which counts as a positive risk factor according to the ACSM standards. - HDL Levels – His HDL levels are above 60mg which counts as a negative risk factor. - According to the ACSM rules, his HDL levels actually cancel out one positive risk factor. Therefore, this man has no risk factors according to ACSM standards. 2. Client’s fitness level – include all components of HRPF - Body Composition – 15% Body fat – he falls between the low and middle range of healthy %BF for average adults. For physically active adults, he is in between the mid and upper range for a healthy %BF - Cardioresipiratory Fitness – The first step in assessing this man’s cardiorespiratory fitness was to calculate his gross VO 2 max (ml kg -1 min -1 ) using the calculation for running in
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