Basic Concepts of Fitness-NOTES rev-2011

Basic Concepts of - BasicConcepts ofFitness Chapter7 NotesRev2011 Myth: getolder Fact fitness Physicalfitness Health Wellness PhysicalFitness

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Basic Concepts  of Fitness Chapter 7 Notes- Rev 2011
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Myth: people slow down as they  get older Fact:
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What is your definition of  fitness? Physical fitness:   Health: Wellness:
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Physical Fitness exercises of sufficient frequency,  other bodily functions
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Health A state of being associated with  freedom from disease & illness
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Wellness health Achieved by the practice of a healthy lifestyle Includes:
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Wellness Components Physical Emotional Intellectual Spiritual Environmental All of these components interact 
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Physical Health
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Emotional Health Emotional or mental health Levels of self-esteem  Ability to cope with everyday stress of  life
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Intellectual Health Keeping your mind active through life- long learning “Use it or lose it” concept Can improve quality of life
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meaningful interpersonal relationships Creation of support network of friends  and family Provides for a feeling of emotional  security
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Spiritual Health Means different things to different people Can be defined as religious beliefs or  establishment of personal values Closely linked to emotional health Ability to experience love, joy, pain, peace,  sorrow Care for and respect all living things
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Environmental  Wellness Environmental Wellness encompasses not just our  relationship with the planet and nature but our  relationship with our personal surroundings as well.   It involves taking care of our possessions, homes, cars,  and places of business.   When our personal surroundings are well cared for,  clean and organized, we experience a greater sense of  comfort and less anxiety.   Environmental Wellness also involves caring for and  appreciating nature. 
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Fitness Levels Among Adults Only 1 in 5 Americans are active enough to  gain health benefits! 32% not involved in physical activity at all Health club memberships soared for all age  groups An estimated 80% of Americans don’t have a  regular exercise program or a place to  exercise!
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Baby-boomers –  Born 1946-1964 Seniors over 85 =    9 million by 2030
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1996 Surgeon General’s Report on  that a lack of physical activity is a major  public health problem in U.S. All Americans can improve their health 
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