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Comprehensive  Fitness Testing
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1. Provide Pre-Test Instructions ahead of time Steps in Comprehensive Fitness  Testing
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2. Introduce yourself and summarize testing  procedures. Steps in Comprehensive Fitness  Testing continued:
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“Educate you about your present level of fitness  and compare your results to health-related  standards as well as people your own age and  gender.” For example: Purposes of Comprehensive Fitness  Testing are to…
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“Your results can be used to establish attainable  goals and to develop a safe and optimal exercise  program.” “Future results can be compared to today’s results  in order to evaluate your progress and determine  the efficacy of your training program.” For example continued  Additionally,…
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3.  Review Consent Form Steps in Comprehensive Fitness  Testing continued:
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All you wanted to know  about… Consent Forms
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Informed Consent
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The consent document should  contain sufficient information  to …
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The consent document is NOT   intended to …
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An  introduction A description A description A description A statement The Consent form should include:
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Signed copy Level of reading/writing Maintaining records In addition …
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4.  Review Comprehensive Medical Health Appraisal Steps in Comprehensive Fitness  Testing continued:
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Why are health history  appraisals … So important?!?!?!?
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Being physically active will reduce one’s risk for  developing cardiovascular disease by ________. Risk associated with being  sedentary:
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Persons with known CVD are _____ X more likely to  have a major cardiovascular complications during  exercise. FACT:
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Combined morbidity/mortality rate in a mixed population is ~6 per 10,000 tests. an apparently healthy population is ~1 per 10,000 tests.  A CAD population is ~ 9 per 10,000 tests. During or immediately following a  graded maximal exercise test , the  risk of:
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Persons with known CAD are at increased risk for   major cardiovascular complications during exercise  as well as exercise testing. In Summary
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Although the risk of a cardiac event during  exercise is small, fitness professionals  need to know when:
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1. Consistently exceeding prescribed: 2. Multiple risk factors for CAD, including: 3. Lack of: What are some of the characteristics  that are associated with exercise- related complications?
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Require medical clearance for those at risk. Provide on-site medical supervision, or refer to 
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2011 for the course ESS 4317 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at Texas State.

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