Key Points Review: Chapter 2
The Sphere of Self-Sufficiency
To live functional, independent lives, we must perform ADLs and IADLs, the latter
of which tend to be more physically demanding. We also become self-sufficient
by performing physical activities i
Key Points Review: Chapter 1
Physical Activity and the Focus of Kinesiology
Experiencing physical activity, scholarly study of physical activity, and
professional practice centered in physical activity are the three sources of
physical activity knowledge
Key Points Review: Chapter 3
Subjective Experience Versus Activity Experience
Physical activity experience refers to our history of participation, training,
practice, or observation of any particular physical activity. It differs from
Key Points Review: Chapter 4
Truths About Sport and Exercise
The interior and sometimes mysterious aspect of our lives, in which we collect,
recall, and reflect on the feelings that physical activity elicits and the meanings it
has for us, is the realm of
Key Points Review: Chapter 5
Characteristics of Philosophic Thinking
Philosophers reflect more than they measure, and their reflections range from
informed opinions to truth claims.
Philosophy of physical activity involves reflection on both tangible and
Key Points Review: Chapter 6
Why History of Physical Activity?
History of physical activity teaches us about changes as well as stability in the
past, and this helps us understand the present and also make reasonable
decisions for the future.
Key Points Review: Chapter 7
What Is the Focus of Sociology of Physical Activity?
Sociology of physical activity focuses on the shared beliefs and social practices
that constitute specific forms of physical activity (e.g., sport, exercise).
October 20, 2015
1. Physical Activity Definition: Which of the following is NOT an example of physical
activity as defined in this text?
a. blinking your eye
b. rowing a boat
c. walking across the roo