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energy expenditure (calories burned) 3. all in course of daily activity a) intake exceeds expenditure, body stress excess as fat II. Body size A. overweight and obesity 1. excess weight is a burden a) physically b) emotionally c) psychologically d) economically Caloric intake Caloric expenditure Energy Balance
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2. may be largest health problem shared by majority of americans 3. could be among least complicated of all health problems 4. death rate higher 5. higher incidence of: a) hearty disease b) hypertension c) diabetes d) cirrhosis of the liver Grip strength *1 pull Males(16-19 years) Females(16-19 years) >56 kg excellent >36 kg 51-55 kg good 31-35 kg 45-50 kg average 23-30 kg 38-44 kg fair 18-22 kg <37 kg poor <17 kg B. overweight 1. standard method of determining is by comparison with desirable body weight 2. DBW are those associated with longest life span for individuals of certain skeletal size 3. overweight is typically 10%+ above DBW 4. excess fat or muscle can make you overweight 5. muscle is more dense than fat 6. however, excess muscle could cause health issue: a) high blood pressure b) heart disease C. obesity 1. see chart D. genetics 1. obesity is more common in children with 2 obese parents a) child has 80% chance of being obese 2. overweight individuals eat more and exercise less 3. body weight, including obesity, is under strong genetic control E. metabolic rate 1. obese individuals are more fuel efficient a) calories burned more sparingly b) weight loss more difficult III. other possible causes A. psychological
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1. emotional problems-defense mechanisms B. physical inactivity 1. overweight people are less active 2. what comes first, inactivity of fat? 3. larger individuals more less C. dieting 1. weight cycling-repeatedly loses and gains a) weight gained 3x faster during 2 nd cycle 2. yoyo-gaining then losing a) taps into lean tissue b)
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  • Fall '14
  • EricDavis
  • Energy, energy expenditure, Body weight, body fat measurement

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