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Chapter 12 Outline I. Physical Activity, Exercise, and Physical Fitness: What’s the Difference? A. Physical activity describes any movement produced by muscles that increases energy expenditure. B. Exercise refers to activity that is purposeful, planned, and structured. C. Physical fitness is a state of being that arises from interaction between nutrition and physical activity. Components include: 1. cardiorespiratory fitness 2. musculoskeletal fitness 3. flexibility 4. body composition II. Why Engage in Physical Activity? A. Physical activity reduces risk for heart disease, stroke, and high blood pressure. B. Physical activity reduces risk for obesity. C. Physical activity reduces risk for type 2 diabetes. D. Physical activity may reduce risk for colon cancer. E. Physical activity reduces risk for osteoporosis. F. Physical activity relieves anxiety and stress. G. Physical activity improves immune function. III. What Is a Sound Fitness Program? A. A sound fitness program meets your personal goals. B. A sound fitness program is fun. C. A sound fitness program includes variety and consistency. D. A sound fitness program appropriately overloads the body. 1. Frequency refers to the number of activity sessions per week.
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