PHED_1164_Test 3 - TEST 3 REVIWEW 1) What is the primary...

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TEST 3 REVIWEW 1) What is the primary objective to achieve overall physical fitness and enhance quality of life is to have what? (hint, it’s on pg. 132) A primary objective to achieve overall physical fitness and enhanced quality of life is to attain recommended body composition. 2) How many minutes to IMPROVE HEALTH of physical activity do you need on almost all days? At least 30 minutes of moderate-Intensity physical activity almost dally. This routine has been promoted as an effective way to improve health. 3) How many minutes do you need 5-6 days a week to have weight loss? 60-90 minutes 4) How many American’s get the recommended amount of physical activity according to ACSM? Only about 19 percent of adults in the US meet minimum recommendations of the ACSM for the improvement and maintenance of cardiorespiratory fitness. 5) What is the major reason for the obesity epidemic? Physical inactivity is certainly a major, if not the primary, cause of obesity in the US. 6) What is the optimal cardio training zone? All the heart knows is that it has to pump at acertain rate, and as long as that rate is in the desired range, your cardiorespitory fitness will improve. From a health fitnes point of view, training in the lower end of the cardiorespiratory zone will yield optimal health benefits. 7)
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This note was uploaded on 08/21/2008 for the course PHED 1164 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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