1. Atherosclerosis: a disease of the arteries characterized by the deposition of plaques of fatty
material on their inner walls.
2. What are the nonchangeable risk factors?
a. Heredity, age, gender, and race.
3. Changeable risk factors?
My Personal Fitness Goal
Name: Mary Dynda
ESS 260 (40 points)
The assignment is worth 40 points, & here is your criteria:
Write a paragraph describing the experiment using a SMART goal
to outline the parameters and desired outcome
5 points _
Using the log
(Online ESS 260 )
Verify that your goal is SMART
Specific: What exactly will you accomplish?
I will do all of my homework in one of the study rooms in the library to ensure that
I can get my work done in a quiet, peacefu
This is a study guide. All slides should be studied. Some information that was given on
the board will be included in your test.
Know the different aspects of wellness such as social, emotional, spiritual,
oPhysical Health, Spiritual Health
ESS 260 Final Study Guide
Non changeable Risk factors for Heart Disease and Stroke
Changeable risk factors
High blood pressure
Type 2 Diabetes, Type 1 Diabetes
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5:30am: Wake Up 6:158:00am: Team Training 8:3010:20am: Class 10:3012pm: Strength Work-out 2-3pm: Class 6-9pm: Class
10am: Wake Up 11-12pm: Core Work-out 1-3om: Class 6:30-8pm: Coaching 9pm: Indoor soccer
Growing up with my Dad and my Brother, I didn't have much choice in to what sport I was going to play. At the age of three I followed my brother, 7, and my dad, coach, to my first soccer training session and all though it was under 8s there I
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In conclusion, the Wellness Plan over these early weeks of my plan has allowed me to
remain focused and ready for the opportunity ahead. This chance is not the be all and end all but
it has given me a timeline and s
Getting quicker: At the start of semester myself and Dr Cisco ran a number of tests one being my 10 yard sprint that was measured out at 1.7seconds. Before the start of trial I would love to shave .1 of a second off my 10 yards. Staying Posit
Getting Quicker: As personally I didnt know the exact path to follow, I acquired the help of
Dr. Cisco Reyes who has been happy to help me out. He explained to me that to be quicker
over the first 10 yards I need to push off the ground h
Work-out Design Cont.
This strength weight program was the design for the first 4 weeks of the overall plan
to reach my goal of being quicker over 10 yards. The idea behind it is simple physics; the
more power you can generate through your leg and foot on
I am heading in to trials for the under 23 Portland Timbers team in the middle of April. I plan on hitting both these goals by that time so that I am going into the trials with the best possible mind set and fitness.
After speaking with coaches about my strengths and weaknesses, I have circled two weakness
that I would like to improve and hopefully over time turn in to one of my strengths. The first
goal is to get quicker over 10 yards. The second is
ealistic or Relevant-
I think that both goals are very realistic. They are both issues that have stopped me from
taking my game to the next level and I know through these methods I can improve this
semester. Hopefully improving my pace, which I will alw
1. Grip: Your ring finger and rude finger of your dominant hand are in the top two holes whilst your thumb slides into the last remanding hole. 2. Stance: stand 3 or 4 steps away from the foul line depending on your chos
Athletic stance, with knees shoulder width apart, knees slightly bent
with both hands on the ball holding it a ruler length away from your face at t
1. StanceStart with your front foot in line with the ball to give it more
loft during the set up. When you go for your backswing, you should shift your weight
backward. This will give your swi
Soccer: Short Pass
Stance can vary depending on moment in the game but for a novice in
a dead ball situation start one step away from the ball with you facing the ball in an
Sport Skill Analysis
1. 2. 3.
Forehand Backhand Serve
1. Stance: Begin in the "Ready Position" (Athletic stance, on toes, knees bent, facing net); from this stance you are prepared for any type of
1. 2. 3.
Underhand Pass (dig) Overhead Pass (set) Serve
Volleyball: Underhand Pass (Dig)
1. Stance: Athletic stance with feet a little bit wider than shoulder width apart. Knees have to be strongly bent because all power come
1. 2. 3.
Passing Catching Kicking
1. StanceAthletic stance, feet a little wider than shoulder width apart, Dominant hand grips ball with non-dominant hand steading ball in the middle of the chest 2. ShouldersS
1. 2. 3.
Throwing Catching Hitting
1. StanceAfter having an athletic stance from catching the ball. The athlete must start their throwing action side on with the dominant shoulder towards their target 2. Crow
Have your dominant hand one third of the way down the stick
with your non-dominant hand in a similar position on top. The motion of passing is
more like a push than anything so
Forward Roll Cartwheel
Gymnastics: Forward Roll
1. Stance: The forward rolls can be done from many starting points (which can be done from a progression) our goal and description today will be about starting the roll