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Client feedback Has High Blood Pressure, therefore will require a medical clearance. He also is in the overweight range for his BMI rating, which needs improving with incidental exercise. Start with flexibility and include some aerobic exercises.MobilityOtherTest: Sit and reachTest: Result: - 15Result: Rating: PoorRating: Feedback/ recommendations Feedback/ recommendationsNeeds to work on hamstring and lower-back flexibility.44
SIS30315 Certificate III Fitness (Group)Case Studies v2.2 (2019/04/04)Student NameYIN DUEmail address[email protected]Case Study Questions 1. Based on Tom’s food diary, provide Healthy eating recommendations/advicePortions of dairy: 2.5Portions of vegetables: 6Portions of grain: 6Alcohol: 0-2Classes of Coke/Soda: 0Sweets: 02. Calculate Tom’s BMI and BMI ratingBMI - 26.4BMI Rating - high, overweight3. Identify Tom’s goalsShort goal: Increase health and fitness. Increase flexibility through hamstrings, lower back andchest.Medium goal: Run 5km and work on flexibilityLong goal: Run City to City 10km race and continue to improve flexibility4. Identify any medical conditions that should be communicated to a medical professional or allied health professional. Hypertension 5. Explain the benefits of exercise and the anticipated structural and physiological adaptation relevant to the client goals. Lose weightReduce blood pressureImprove cardiovascular fitnessImprove flexibility and mobility6. List discussion points to ensure your client understands the signs and symptoms of intolerance, precaution, and contraindications to exercise. Signs and symptoms of intolerance: pain, fatigue, nausea, vomiting or other negative effects.Precaution: Wear comfortable clothing and well-padded shoes that can protect the heels and arches of the feet. Always warm up before doing exercise and cool down afterwards to lower 45
SIS30315 Certificate III Fitness (Group)Case Studies v2.2 (2019/04/04)the risk of strains and sprains. Contraindications: If there is dizziness, shortness of breath, chest pain, nausea or vomiting, or muscle and joint pain during exercise, stop the activity and seek medical advice as soon as possible.46
SIS30315 Certificate III Fitness (Group)Case Studies v2.2 (2019/04/04)Complete referral letterPractitioner’s name: Melanie SmoothClinic: Medical CentreAddress: Happy Valley WA 4000Referral date: 21st July 2016Dear Melanie Smooth (practitioner’s name), Re:Client name:Tom Jones Client address:201 Kite Cres, Hume, WAClient DOB:10/ 03/ 1972My/our client Tom has presented to our business/service/facility with the following goals:Increase health and fitness. Increase the flexibility through hamstrings, lower back and chest.I am requesting your guidance in relation to his/her conditions of concern for medical clearance toenable me/us to ensure delivery of a safe and effective exercise program. Conditions identified:hypertension I/we intend to have him/her commence an exercise program consisting of the following: dynamic and static stretching exercisesYours sincerely, SignatureContact name: Business name: Phone number: Email: 47