Chapters 1 and 8 1) What are reasons for wanting to get in or maintain a fitness shape? There are several benefits of exercising regularly, which include lowering the risk of coronary heart disease, back pain and getting, increasing psychological function
Margaret Gillespie PHS 130 Section B September 21, 2006 Chapter 2 1. What are important aspects of goal setting? There are four aspects of setting a goal. The first is to pick a goal that is attainable through adequate effort. The second is to remember th
Margaret Gillespie Section B August 31, 2006 Chapter 7 1. Compare slow walking, walking and jogging. Slow walking is walking at a pace of about 2 miles an hour and is ideal for older people, cardiac patients or people getting over an illness. It burns as
Margaret Gillespie September 25, 2006 Chapter 6 1. Define aerobic and anaerobic exercises. Aerobic exercises are defined as continuous exercises that last more than 2 minutes. Examples are jogging, long distance swimming, cycling or cross country skiing.
Margaret Gillespie Section B August 31, 2006 Chapter 12 1. What is a stress response? A stress response is a reaction to anything that the body distinguishes as a threat to stability or equilibrium levels. As a result of this threat, your nervous system s
Margaret Gillespie Individual Exercise Plan *Assume a five-minute stretch before and after land workouts August 29 a. Swim: 10 sets of 50 yards b. Tread water 10 minutes c. Water pulls August 31 a. Variation of sit-ups b. Power walk/light jog September 5
Margaret Gillespie Individual Exercise Plan Date Workout *assume five minute warm up walk around track 29-Aug Swim: 10 sets of 50 yards, tread water 10 minutes, water pull-ups, stretch 31-Aug Variation of sit-ups; power-walk, stretch 7-Sep Weight lifting