AIT Quiz 2 09 - AIT Quiz 2 Due Monday September [email protected]:59pm th Short Answer Fill in with the best possible response Please use your text 4.5.6 What

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AIT Quiz 2 Due: Monday September 28 th @11:59pm Short Answer: Fill in with the best possible response. Please use your text: 4.5.6 What does the ACSM recognize as the 7 risk factors for Coronary Heart Disease? (please list) 1.) High blood pressure 2.) High serum cholesterol 3.) Cigarette smoking 4.) Impaired fasting glucose on at least 2 different occasions 5.) Family history of CHD 6.) Obesity 7.) Physical inactivity ACSM Risk Stratification for adults: (please define) Low Risk Low-risk adults are apparently healthy individuals who may engage in physical activity with little risk of cardiovascular complications. Moderate Risk: Moderate risk adults are free of known disease/symptoms, but display at least 2 primary risk factors. High Risk: People in the high risk category are known to have either cardiovascular, pulmonary, or metabolic disease who should only exercise on the advice of their physicians. True or False, Regular exercise may reduce blood pressure by 10-20mmHg. T Please list the health benefits of aerobic exercise: 1.) Reduce blood pressure by 10-20 mmHg 2.) Reduce the need for antihypertensive meds
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This note was uploaded on 10/27/2009 for the course PE 1231 taught by Professor Emilyy during the Fall '09 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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AIT Quiz 2 09 - AIT Quiz 2 Due Monday September [email protected]:59pm th Short Answer Fill in with the best possible response Please use your text 4.5.6 What

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