What we are putting into our body is a huge part of our health. This chapter
discusses each of the six nutrients. Theses nutrients are categorized by macronutrients
and micronutrients. Macronutrients include water, proteins, lipids (fats), and
This chapter was interesting to read. Its been awhile since Ive
relearned/reread information on sexually transmitted disease and feel that its often
not talked about as much as it should. STDs can be damaging to reproductive health
and is important for te
When most think of the word addiction drugs and alcohol typically comes to mind. However
addiction can be much more than that and can be behaviors as well. The book defines
addiction as something you know is harmful but you continue to take part because y
Chapter 4 Reflection Assignment:
The idea of wellness involves many aspects such as relationships, recreation, nutrition,
etc. The book states, optimal well-being cannont be achieved by sacrificing one part for
another. The whole being is greater than the
Nowadays, many Americans are considered not active. The
most common reasons for not being active are 1) not having
enough time, 2) finding it inconvenient, 3) lacking self-motivation,
4) do not enjoy exercise/think it is boring and 5) lack conf
After studying learned helplessness, Seligman wanted to see if instead of
learning helplessness, if it was possible to learn optimism. He discovered that
optimists see problems in a clearer perspective, see the problem in an
Did you include a discussion of your wellness tracking experience this
week? How many points did you earn?
Unlike acute diseases, chronic diseases develop over time and last for
a long duration. Examples of these are heart disease, stroke, diab
Science of wellness
Wellness tracking Experience: 48 points
Sometimes we might thing that functional fitness means to have a good physical condition or
being able to lift a lot of weights. But functional fitness is more than that. It
Science of Wellness
Wellness tracking: 50
The six classes of nutrients are proteins, fats and oils (liquid fats), carbohydrates, minerals,
vitamins and water. Proteins, fats, carbohydrates, and water are further classified
Wellness tracking Experience: 49 points
Muscles play and extremely important role in our lives. We need them to move and to function,
but the way they affect our life is beyond movement. Some people spend a majority of their
Wellness tracking Experience: 49 points
Cardiorespiratory is really important because our body which is combined from our body and
mind needs every source possible to make it work. We need to treat is a whol
Sciences of wellness
Wellness track: 50
In the past it was thought that only alcohol or tobacco could cause addictions but today it is
widely recognized that processes or behaviors can be addictions as well. Normal behaviors such
Wellness track points: 50
Science of wellness
This life is based fin the relationships that we have and how we manage them. I have seen that in
different aspects of my life depends mostly the way I feel and the way I react t What ha
Science of Wellness-EXSC 221
Explain how the dynamic interaction between mind and body impacts
Describe three major perspectives on who we are, the nature of human
life, the mind, and the body
Identify methods of healing th
Chapter 14 Reflection
What options are available to incorporate physical activity into your life and why is doing so vital to living a
wellness lifestyle? What choices will you make to commit to living and enjoying your own wellness lifestyle?
1) The most
Chapter 12 Reflection
What is included in the realm of relationships and why are relationships a significant part of wellness? What have you learned that
will help you establish and maintain healthy relationships throughout your life?
1) My relationships
Chapter 11 Reflection
Have you developed a thoughtful and personal code of conduct for your own sexual relations based on
sound information? What choices will you make about sexual relations to contribute to your wellness and
not detract from it?
Are you able to make stress work for you? What have you learned that will help you live without the
negative effects of stress?
1) Eustress is the kind of stress you submit yourself to as you seek challenges or opportunities
for growth. It is a positive f
Chapter 13 Reflection
What chronic or lifestyle diseases are responsible for the vast majority of illness in society today? What have
you learned that will help you to maintain a wellness lifestyle and avoid chronic diseases as much as possible?
1) A chro
Chapter 10 Reflection
Can you articulate the broad range of addictive behaviors, from substance abuse to behavior addictions? What have you
learned that will help you completely avoid adopting any addictions in your life?
1) An addiction is defined as a d
Chapter 8 Reflection
Are you fully aware of how significant maintaining a healthy weight is to your overall health and wellness? What
have you learned that will help you to know what your normal weight is and how to maintain that?
1) To discover your heal
Chapter 7 Reflection
Identify the six classes of nutrients and describe how you will incorporate these into your wellness eating plan.
Discuss factors other than nutrients that may affect your eating plan.
1) The six classes of nutrients are proteins, lip
Chapter 5 Reflection
Why is flexibility an essential component of a sound wellness program? What have you learned that will help you establish
your own flexibility program?
1) The technical definition of flexibility is the ability to move a joint through
Chapter 6 Reflection
Why are muscular strength and endurance essential components of a sound wellness program? What have you learned
that will help you establish your own strength building program?
1) Muscular strength pertains to how much force muscles c
Chapter 1 Reflection
Explain what constitutes wellness. What does it mean for you personally to live a healthy lifestyle and enjoy a high measure of wellness?
1) According to studies, there is a correlation between exercise and the capability of the mind.
Chapter 4 Reflection
Why is cardiorespiratory activity an essential component of a sound wellness program? What have you
learned that will help you establish your own cardio program?
1) Cardiorespiratory fitness is essentially the efficiency of gas exchan
Chapter 2 Reflection
Express your confidence to make needed changes and establish a healthy lifestyle for yourself and your confidence that you
are able to be a good influence to help others make positive changes in their lives.
1) Barriers to behavior ch
Chapter 3 Reflection
Explain functional fitness and the contribution it makes to your wellness. Discuss the status of your own functional fitness
foundation and your plan for making any needed changes.
1) The concept of functional fitness is training musc
Chapter 15 Reflection
How will you apply the knowledge you have gained in order to develop and maintain a healthy lifestyle
for yourself and your loved ones?
1) An attitude adjustment may be the most important step on your way to living a healthy
Exercise Science 221 Review
Self-Check Questions & Vocab Words (Quizlet)
Your gut, studies have shown you have neurotransmitters in your gut (serotonin, etc.)
Shows that our brain isnt the only thing in charge, there is a sense of t