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Exam #1 45 Questions 15 Multiple choice @ 2 pts. each
15 True / False @ 2 pts. each
5 FillintheBlank @ 1 pt. each
10 Short Answer – between 2 and 5 pts each Jeopardy… Exam #1
Jeopardy… Exam #1
Health Psych Health Stress 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500 600 600 600 600 600 600 100 Fitness Nutrition Weight
Loss 100 What is the most common What is the most common unintentional killer of students?
Motor vehicle accidents Name the current government Name the current government movement for health education in the United States.
Healthy People 2010 Name three common risky Name three common risky behaviors found in the college environment.
Drugs, alcohol, sex Identify three gender Identify three gender differences related to health
Heart rate, body temp, brain size, muscle mass, life expectancy, etc. Name the 6 components of Name the 6 components of health
Physical, psychological, social, spiritual, intellectual, environmental Name 3 parts of the Healthy Name 3 parts of the Healthy People 2010 agenda.
Reduce smoking, cancer, foodborne illnesses, obese children, illegal substance use, binge drinking; promote education of disabilities. What is the highest level of What is the highest level of Maslow’s pyramid of needs?
Selfactualization What is the world’s most What is the world’s most common mental illness?
Depression Which type of psychological intelligence is Which type of psychological intelligence is characterized by “the capacity of people to understand themselves and relate well with others.”
Emotional intelligence What is “the criteria by which one What is “the criteria by which one makes choices about one’s thoughts, actions, goals and ideas?”
Values Name three ways to pull Name three ways to pull yourself out of a bad mood.
Good thoughts, pray, listen to music, exercise, focus on the future, etc. Name the two types of sleep Name the two types of sleep stages and how long each should be
NonREM (4 stages) – 1 hour
REM (1 stage) – 30 minutes What is the scientific name for What is the scientific name for the fight or flight response of the body to stress?
General Adaptation Syndrome What is the term used to What is the term used to describe positive stress?
Eustress Describe biofeedback in Describe biofeedback in relation to stress.
Recognize causes of stress by physiological reactions in the body. Name two behavioral sources Name two behavioral sources of stress
Personality, busy, school, overworking, etc. Name the three primary Name the three primary hormones associated with stress.
Catecholamines, cortisol, epinephrine What are the 4 stages of What are the 4 stages of burnout?
Enthusiasm, stagnation, frustration, apathy What is the most accurate way to What is the most accurate way to measure body composition?
Hydrostatic weighing Which of the components of the FITT(E) Which of the components of the FITT(E) principle is related to how many sets and repetitions one has in a workout?
Intensity What principle of exercise is What principle of exercise is related to “use it or lose it?”
Reversibility principle Name one advantage and one Name one advantage and one disadvantage to using both weight machines and free weights.
Functionality, ROM, safety, etc. At what percentage of your max At what percentage of your max heart rate do you want to work at for weight loss?
6070% Which ergogenic aid is designed Which ergogenic aid is designed as a reservoir for ATP in the muscle tissue?
Creatine Monohydrate What are the substances that prevent What are the substances that prevent the harmful effects caused by oxidation within the body?
Antioxidants Name two changes that now Name two changes that now make up the new food pyramid
Measurement of food by oz/cups instead of servings, physical activity What percentage of each What percentage of each macronutrient is in the average diet?
14% fat Name three normal roles of fat Name three normal roles of fat in the body
Cell structure, protection, body temp Name the major fatsoluble Name the major fatsoluble vitamins
A, D, E, K What is the difference between What is the difference between vitamins and minerals?
Minerals help build body tissue, vitamins are more for metabolism rather than structure How many calories are in one How many calories are in one pound?
3500 At what BMI is one considered At what BMI is one considered obese and morbidly obese?
30; 40 Name three behaviors associated Name three behaviors associated with compulsive overeating
Eat fast, eat a lot, appetite rather than hunger, talk about food a lot, emotional triggers, etc. What is the maximum caloric What is the maximum caloric deficit one should have in one day?
1000 calories Name an example of a lowcarb, Name an example of a lowcarb, lowfat, and lowcalorie diet. Atkins, The Zone, Ornish, Weight Watchers What are the three components What are the three components of healthy weight loss?
Nutrition, exercise, body composition Final Jeopardy
Calculate the Maximum Heart Rate and the healthy BMI range for a 50 yearold man 170 BPM
18.5 – 24.9 BMI ...
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This note was uploaded on 02/02/2012 for the course ATH 160 taught by Professor Nickson during the Fall '08 term at Chapman University .
- Fall '08