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Nutrition and Exercise Physiology 1340: Introduction to Exercise and Fitness Lesson 1 Assignment 30 Questions, 30 Points Total Name: Jack Ehrhardt MU student number: 14291975 E-Mail: [email protected] Please answer yes or no to the following: Have you read the course statement on academic integrity and watched the video that details what constitutes a violation of academic integrity? A. Yes B. No Do you understand that if you participate in any breach of academic integrity, such as those listed in the course statement or video on academic integrity, you will receive an F for the semester? A. B. No True/False → 4 questions, 1 point each, 4 points total Directions: Questions 1-4 are True/False. For these questions, highlight the correct answer. 1. The leading causes of death in the United States today are largely lifestyle related. A. True B. False 2. The epidemic of physical inactivity in the United States is called the sedentary death syndrome. A. True B. False
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Nutrition and Exercise Physiology 1340: Introduction to Exercise and Fitness Lesson 1 Assignment Keycode: 2599 Page 2 3. Scientific evidence now links participation in fitness and wellness programs not only to better health but also to lower medical costs and higher job productivity. A. True B. False 4. Physical fitness alone is always sufficient to lower the risk for disease and ensure better health. A. True B. False Fill-in-the-Blank → 6 questions, 1 point each, 6 points total Directions: Questions 5-10 are fill-in-the-blank. For these questions, type the best answer in the space provided. 5 . The constant and deliberate effort to stay healthy and achieve the highest potential for well- being is the definition of ___ wellness____________.
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