Final Review Sheet [W'08]-1

Final Review Sheet [W'08]-1 - Final Review Sheet for HHS...

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Final Review Sheet for HHS 231 Winter 2008 1. What is the difference between a trend and a fad? A trend is a long term movement in time 10 to 20 years A fad is a behavior/fashion that becomes popular in a culture relatively quickly but looses popularity dramatically 2. According to the American Council on Exercise, what are the five recent fitness trends? Balance training – tai chi, yoga, pilates, foam rollers, bosu balls Shorter duration – curves, personal training sessions Functional fitness + core strengthening - focus on exercising several muscles and foints at the same time Families may increase participation in outdoor activities Participation in physical activities for socialization and motivation may become more popular 3. What are the 3 primary ingredients in Red Bull? Why should a person be concerned with taking these substances? 80mg of caffeine /can – comparable to a cup of coffee 1000mg taurine – plays a role in muscle contraction especially heart. Effects magnified when combined w/ caffeine Glucuronolactone - no published studies 4. What is the caffeine content of the energy drink Cocaine? What are some social concerns involved with having this drink available in society? 280mg caffeine in cocaine. Also contains ingredient to numb throat. Mimics real cocaine. Being marked as a street drug alternative 5. What are some of the positive and negative aspects of the television show “The Biggest Loser”? Good cause promotes weight loss through physical activity and proper nutrition. Not good cause rate of weight loss rate is much greater than recommended. It also makes loosing weight a competition Week 7, Lecture 1 (Part 1): What’s Weight got to do with it? 1. What are the 3 steps to evaluating a Healthy Body Weight? Measure body composition Determine their body mass index (BMI) assess the pattern of fat distribution 2. What is a healthy body mass index (BMI) BMI: based on the idea that a person should be height/weight proportional Underweight bmi less than 18.5 Normal weight bmi between 18.5 and 24.9 Overweight bmi between 25 and 29.9 Obesity BMI from 30 to 39.9 Obesity is further subsided into obesity 1 2 and 3 3. What are the four ways to measure body composition? Underwater weighing Skinfold measurements Bioelectric impedance analysis BIA Bod Pod 1
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Final Review Sheet for HHS 231 Winter 2008 4. What is a healthy pattern of fat distribution? Apple pattern is increased risk for chronic diseased Pear pattern no problems obesity is having an excess of body bat that adversely affects health morbid obesity: body weight exceeding 100% of normal creating a very high risk for serious health complications 5. What are the 3 genetic theories of obesity? What is a short explanation of each? Genetic factors account for about 25% of a person’s body fat
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This note was uploaded on 05/09/2008 for the course HHS 231 taught by Professor Catherineboshuizen during the Winter '08 term at Oregon State.

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