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MODULE 3 – DBA STUDY GUIDE Module 2 select and apply appropriate warm-up and cool down activities to your fitness activities -Before running, I stretch my leg muscles. After, I walk for a few minutes to catch my breath and then do a light stretch. evaluate the effectiveness of specific warm-up and cool down activities -Stretching before I run is beneficial so that I prevent myself from getting injured. Walking after I run allows for my heart rate to start going back to normal. select and apply appropriate stretching activities to your warm-up and cool down -Before I run, I do the lying quad and hamstring. After I run, I walk a little and then do a toe touch and standing straddle. describe the effects of exercise on the body’s processes during and after the physical activity -Stored chemical energy is converted to energy that can be used for muscle movement. Exercise increases heart rate and the pace that blood is pumped throughout the body. The rate and depth of your breathing increases as your lungs work to bring in more oxygen and release carbon dioxide. Body temperature increases causing the release of sweat. During activity, endorphins are released into the bloodstream. After physical activity, the body replenishes fluid and stored energy. Muscle soreness is common after a workout. explain the methods available to monitor levels of intensity during a workout -One method is heart rate. By taking your pulse, you can determine the intensity of a workout depending on where your heart rate fits into your target heart rate zone. Another method is the talk test. Depending on different abilities, you are either doing a low, moderate or vigorous workout. The last method is based on how thirsty and dehydrated you are. evaluate behaviors and practices that affect your health -Bad behaviors such as smoking and drinking can have a negative long-term effect on your health. It can cause lung and heart damage and even cancer. By exercising daily and eating right, it is less likely to have problems in the future. compare how peers influence healthy and unhealthy behaviors -Peers can influence healthy behaviors if they suggest trying a new fruit or vegetable. Peers can also influence unhealthy behaviors such as trying to get you to smoke or drink.
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