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147 Midterm Study Guide Student: 1. The most effective way of dealing with disease is A. rehabilitation. B. medication. C. prevention. D. surgery. 2. Which of the following is NOT one of the major cardiovascular disease risk factors? A. a sedentary lifestyle B. poor immune function C. smoking D. high cholesterol levels 3. The signs of wellness described in your text A. always appears in the early stages of a wellness program. B. Include an increased appetite for physical activity. C. Contain only signs of physical wellness. D. Are all negative side effects from over exercising. 4. Healthy body composition is best characterized by a A. High proportion of bone, fat, and water and a low proportion of muscle. B. High proportion of muscle, fat, and bone and a low proportion of water. C. High proportion of muscle, bone, and water and a low proportion of fat. D. High proportion of muscle and bone and a low proportion of fat and water. 5. If you have an external locus of control, believing you have a genetic predisposition to cancer can A. Enhance your locus of control. B. Lead to a greater sense of control over your life. C. Reinforce your motivation to take appropriate action. D. Sabotage your efforts to take appropriate action. 6. If you must temporarily stop exercising regularly, which of the following factors should be maintained while the others are curtailed? A. Specificity B. Time C. Frequency D. Intensity 7. Which of the following requires immediate medical attention?
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A. Heat cramps B. Dehydration C. Heat stroke D. Heat exhaustion 8. The first step in creating a successful fitness program is to A. Set specific fitness goals. B. Plan your fitness program. C. Determine your training intensity. D. Assess your current fitness level. 9. People typically begin to lose muscle mass after age A. 60. B. 50. C. 30. D. 40. 10. The oxidative energy system produces ATP in structures called A. Capillaries. B. Mitochondria. C. Alveoli. D. Tria. 11. All of the following are considered skill-related fitness components EXCEPT A. Coordination. B. Flexibility. C. Agility. D. Balance. 12. Personal safety while exercising can be enhanced by A. Training alone. B. Wearing shoes or clothing with reflective tape. C. Demanding your right-of-way regardless of others. D. Training in isolated areas. 13. Older adults tend to lose muscular strength due to all of the following changes EXCEPT A. muscle cells are smaller in size. B. the number of muscle cells declines. C. muscle cells lose their attachment to the nervous system. D. Sarcopenia increases. 14. Use of anabolic steroids may cause all of the following EXCEPT A. Liver damage.
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B. Psychological disturbances. C. Greater bone growth and lengthening.
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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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