S6 - Chapter13 Interventions:Exercise .Thismaybe oneofthem http/www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8SIGl1 jU 1 Aerobic TwoBasicTypes ofExercise 2 Anaerobic

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Chapter 13 Physiological Arousal  Interventions: Exercise
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Reservations About Exercise Some people have various reasons for  not wanting to exercise.  This may be  one of them. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8SIG -jU
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Two Basic Types of Exercise 1. Aerobic Long duration Uses large muscle groups Does not require more oxygen  than can be  taken in 2. Anaerobic Short duration High  intensity Requires more oxygen than can be taken in Both are effective for managing stress and using stress products
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Physical Benefits of Exercise 1. Improves function of the lungs  and  circulatory system 2. Provides lungs with greater elasticity  to  breathe in more air 3. Delays the onset of degenerative changes  of aging 4. Increases production of RBCs  in the bone  marrow 5. Helps maintain normal blood pressure in  normotensives and reduces in  hypertensives
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Physical Benefits, cont’d 1. Results in shorter recovery time from 
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This note was uploaded on 02/12/2011 for the course SDS 3482 taught by Professor Thompson during the Spring '09 term at University of Florida.

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S6 - Chapter13 Interventions:Exercise .Thismaybe oneofthem http/www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8SIGl1 jU 1 Aerobic TwoBasicTypes ofExercise 2 Anaerobic

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