147 Final Study Guide SP 08 2 (1)

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147 Final Study Guide SP 08 2:30 Student: 1. Hydrogenated vegetable oils are typically ________ than vegetable oils that have not been hydrogenated. A. Less Stable B. B. higher in saturated fat C. More Liquid D. Lower in saturated fat 2. An example of a general long-term fitness goal would be A. Lowering cholesterol to 200 B. doing 15 push-ups C. lowering your risk for heart disease. D. Lowering your BMI to 24 3. The primary role of resistance training in weight management is to: A. build muscle mass. B. burn calories during each training session. C. increase resting metabolic rate in the period immediately following each training session. D. Cut Appetite 4. A person with a body mass index of 31.2 is classified as A. Obese. B. underweight C. Overweight D. Normal Weight 5. Refined carbohydrates A. Have more calories than unrefined carbohydrates B. Are recommended over unrefined carbohydrates C. are lower in fiber and vitamins than unrefined carbohydrates. D. Take longer to chew and digest than unrefined carbohydrates 6. A general strength training program includes A. 1 set of 3 6 repetitions of 6 exercises. B. 3 sets of 3 6 repetitions of 6 exercises. C. 3 sets of 3 6 repetitions of 8 10 exercises. D. 1 set of 8-12 repetitions of 8-10 exercises.
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7. According to the National Institutes of Health, about ________ of American adults are overweight. A. 50% B. 65% C. 35% D. 80% 8. An essential component of safe passive stretching is A. good communication with partner B. Heavy resistance C. Extermely Flexibly D. Rapid Movement 9. The first step in developing a personal fitness plan is to A. Set target time (duration) of exercise B. Set target intensity of exercise C. set goals. D. Select activities 10. Fitness improves most quickly during the first _____ of an exercise program. A. week B. month C. 12 months D. 6 Months 11. Over the past 100 years, daily energy expenditure among Americans has decreased by about _____calories. A. 1000 B. 500 C. 100 D. 200 12. Which of the following does NOT apply to an exercise program for people with arthritis? A. Warm up thoroughly. B. Perform flexibility exercises. C. Check blood sugar levels. D. Avoid high-impact activities. 13. A person with a body mass index of 26.5 is classified as A. overweight. B. Normal weight C. Underweight D. Obese
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14. Prescription drugs that treat obesity A. can be taken without a physician's supervision. B. replace the need to reduce food intake. C. replace the need to exercise. D. produce modest weight loss. 15. Which of the following is NOT one of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans? A. Be physically active every day. B. Choose a diet low in complex carbohydrates. C. Increase daily intake of vegetables and fruits. D. Control calorie intake to manage body weight.
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2012 for the course BI, HEALTH 251 taught by Professor N/a during the Spring '12 term at MD University College.

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