1-39 years of age, unintentional injuries are the leading cause of death
5th leading cause of death in the United States
Motor Vehicle Accidents
Macro nutrients are carbohydrats, fats, protiens.
55-60% of daily calorie intake should come from these.
45-50% complex carbs; grain, pasta, beans, bean skin, fiber
10% simple carbs; sugar, jam, jelly
fiber is a complex carb, and you should eat 25- 30 gra
ACTIVITY TEST STUDY GUIDE
1. Know major muscles as per muscle guy.
2. Define biomechanical movements:
a. Abduction Moving lever away from body midline (limb is ab-sent from
b. Adduction Moving lever toward body midline (limb is ad-ded to the mid
KINE 198 WATER EXERCISE
ACTIVITY TEST STUDY GUIDE
1. Know major muscles as per handout.
2. Know and define biomechanical movements:
3. Know and define the parts of th
7 components of
5 components of the
Stages of Change
4 ways that stress can
underlying issues of
causes of eating
health related fitn
1 _ is the component in exercise
. prescription, which is typically
measured by heart rate.
2 _ is considered as important a
. risk factor for heart disease as high
blood cholesterol, high blood
pressure and cigarette smoking.
lack of physical a
30 infections that are primarily spread by
65 million people currently living in the US
have an incurable STI
19 million people become infected with
one or more STIs each year
1 In 4 Teen Girls Ha
Obesity in the U.S.
Obesity is also associated with:
High blood cholesterol
Complications of pregnancy
(presence of excess body
and facial hair)
( urine leakage caused by weak
Physical Education Activity Program
KINE 198: Health & Fitness Aerobic Running
Instructor of Record: Teri Wenzel
Office: 263 PEAP
Office Hours: by appointment
email: [email protected]
A. Activity Instructor: Sarah Pledger
Office: 250 PE
Comes from many different sources such as family members, close friends, co-workers,
occupation, achievements, and so on.
Represented in confidence, a healthy body, and a positive attitude about yours
Diseases that are transmitted from person to person. Can be transmitted directly by physical
contact (coughing or sneezing), or indirectly by contaminated water or infected insects.
Can be contracted through bloo
Causes of obesity and being overweight.
Genes load the gun, but environment pulls the trigger.
The problem with ingesting trans-fatty acids is that is raises LDL (bad cholesterol) and lowers
HDL (the good cholesterol)
What you eat, when you eat,
What is alcohol?
Approximately 51.8% of Americans 12 and over, 131.3 million people, reported being
Three major types: beer, distilled spirits or hard liquor, and wine or wine coolers.
Being a de
Macronutrients: provide energy in the from of calories
Micronutrients:, which include vitamins and minerals, regulate bodily functions such as
metabolism, growth, and cellular development.
Together, they are responsible for growth, repair, and maintenanc
Warning Signs of a Heart Attack
The Cardiac Chain of Survival
By Kristin Slagel, M.S.
Instructional Assistant Professor
Department of Health and Kinesiology
80 million Americans suffer CVD
Heart attack: blood flow to th
Drinking Age Debate - 60 M
Aggie Ring, Holidays, Special events
pain, alleviate depression/anxiety
What is Alcohol?
Most common LEGAL dr
Since 1966 there have been more than 90 shooting
deaths on various US university & college campuses
Spring 2012 USC and Mississippi State Univ,.
9/29/2010 Austin, TX UT student fires several
shots then shoots
Let's Move Together-Michelle Ob
Lets Move Initiative
This is the 1st generation that will not live as
long as their parents as a result of poor
eating habits & lack of exercise
2-19 yrs. old are overweight or ob
90% of smokers start by age 18
Cigarette smoking is the leading
PREVENTABLE cause of preventable death in
Tobacco is a risk factor for 6 of the 8 leading
causes of death
Smokers die 13-14 years earlier than nonsmok
Shift from infectious diseases to diseases
associated with too little movement
Lifestyle activity -searching for opportunities to
expend extra energy in e
Components of Sexuality
Biological gender determined by
chromosomes and sexual organs
Social sex roles adherence to cultural
norms for feminine and masculine norms
Sexual orientation distinguished by
Health- a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely
the absence of disease or infirmary; The condition of being sound in body,
mind or spirit; especially: freedom from physical disease or pain.
Wellness- a process of making i
Andrew C. Fry, William J. Kraemer Resistance Exercise Overtraining and Overreaching
Axel Urhausen, Wilfred Kinderman Diagnosis of Overtraining
Joel S. Brenner
Overuse Injuries, Overtraining, Burnout in Child & Adolescent Athletes
Kirk J. Cure
Feet at least shoulder width apart
Set back (chest lifted)
Knees stay behind and track toes
Move hips back during descent
Squat until thighs are at least parallel to floor
Feet kept flat on floor and weight on heels
Breathe in on