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# Case Study #1 - Taylor Stoddard NUFS 123 MW 12:00 Case...

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Unformatted text preview: Taylor Stoddard November 17, 2011 NUFS 123 MW 12:00 Case Study #1 1) Stan’s current caloric intake is 2050 according to mypyramidtracker.gov. 2) This menu would not meet the caloric, macronutrient and micronutrient needs of Stan during his fall season. Using the Mifflin formula I calculated Stan’s RMR: [(9.99 x 73.64) + (6.25 x 190.5) – (4.92 x 22) + 5 = 1823 ]. Then, I multiplied this value by .4 to account for walking to class and other daily tasks. [1823 x .4 = 729.2 ]. Next, I added the two equations together [1823 + 729 = 2552 ] According to the Physical Activity Tracker on mypyramidtracker.gov, the amount of calories Stan is burning in his combined workouts is 2815 (weightlifting- 370 calories, stretching- 74 , running 1186 ) After that, I added the two numbers calories needed for the days he is running and lifting. Using the formula given in class to meet his daily caloric needs [(run only day x 3) + (run/lift day x 3) + (rest day)]: [(3738 x 3) + (3738+ 370 x 3) + (2252)= 25790 ]. I then divided this number by 7 to reach ]....
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## This note was uploaded on 12/01/2011 for the course NUFS 123 taught by Professor Ebrown during the Fall '11 term at San Jose State.

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