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Full file at Solution Manual for Lifetime Physical Fitness and Wellness A Personalized Program 13thEdition Hoeger, HoegerComplete downloadable file at:-13th-Edition-Hoeger,-Hoeger“The power of prevention is yours, it enables you to make lifestyle changesthat will prevent disease and increase the quality and length of your life.”OBJECTIVESUnderstand the health and fitness consequences of physical inactivity.Identify the major health problems in the United States.Learn how to monitor daily physical activity.Learn the Federal Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans.Define wellness and list its dimensions.Define physical fitness and list health-related and skill-related components.State the differences among physical fitness, health promotion, and wellness.Distinguish between health fitness standards and physical fitness standards.Understand the benefits and significance of participating in a comprehensive wellness program.List key national health objectives for the year 2020.Determine if you can safely initiate an exercise program.Learn to assess resting heart rate and blood pressure.MINDTAPChronicle your daily activities using the exercise log.Determine the safety of exercise participation using the Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire (PAR-Q) and thehealth history questionnaire.Check your understanding of the chapter contents by logging on to MindTap and assessing the pre-test, personalizedlearning plan, and post-test for this chapter.FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONSWhy should I take a fitness and wellness course? It will teach you how to live life to its fullest potential.Is the attainment of good physical fitness sufficient to ensure good health?Good health is the result of a deliberateeffort to achieve the highest potential for well-being within all seven dimensions of wellness.If a person is going to do only one thing to improve health, what would it be? Regular physical activity and propernutrition should be the first concerns even though other unhealthy behaviors should also be deliberately changed.REAL LIFE STORYJim’s discovery that the “little things” make a big difference, both in negative and positive ways.EXPANDED CHAPTER OUTLINEI.INTRODUCTIONA.Health and longevity (Figure 1.2)1.Are determined by genetics, the environment, and personal behavior.2.The environment and personal behavior can be changed.B.Inactivity speeds deterioration of the body and threatens health.C.Industrialized nations are facing an epidemic of inactivity termedSedentary Death Syndrome(SeDS).1
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