EXERCISE MOTIVATION 1
22 October 2015
The EMI-2 questionnaire was completed by a slim young woman who
does not exercise regularly and who seems to have an apparently low overall
motivation to e
FOOD LABELS 1
California Baptist University
13 March 2016
FOOD LABELS 2
Food labeling refers to the practice of including information on and for a specific food
item which states its nutritional
CAN SPORTS BUILD CHARACTER? 1
Can Sports Build Character?
California Baptist University
CAN SPORTS BUILD CHARACTER? 2
Sports, as most will agree, have become quite popular and an important part of life for much of soci
(History and Background)
What is adventure?
An undertaking usually involving danger and unknown risks.
Adventure is created through the individuals perception of the
magnitude of the potential risk, and the probability
KIN 414 Methods of Teaching Sport Activities
Thursday 10:30 AM 12:00 PM
Wed 10:00 AM 2:00 PM
Thurs 8:00 PM 10:00 PM;
also by appointment
Purpose of the Cou
10th grade PE lesson
(High School Course 2)
1. Demonstrate proper football throwing form and technique
2. Demonstrate effective football catching technique
3. Perform various fitness development activities as introduced b
11th grade PE lesson
(High School Course 3)
1. The students will be able to practice concepts of group problem solving to overcome a challenge.
2. The students will be able to recognize and practice techniq
Introduction to Athletic Training
Quiz 2 Study Guide
*This is only a guide to help focus information. It is in no way a comprehensive list of all questions on the
Training and Conditioning
What is the relationship between the AT and strength coach:
Study Guide Exam 1
Fill in the blank
The Athletic Trainer as a Health Care Provider:
-What does NATA stand for?
-When was the first NATA meeting held?
-What year did the American Medical Association
Attached is data from a research study conducted on salivary immune proteins. Data was
collected pre, post, and 1.5 hours after a 50 km trail race. Protein is assessed as concentration
(ug/ml), flow rate (ml/min), and secretion rate (ug/min).
1. What is the importance of high intensity exercise training with regards to health (CHF,
metabolic disease, weight loss)? How is this counter-intuitive to current ACSM exercise
As mentioned in the last lab, high intensity exercise p
Body Comp Lab
1. Explain FEV1. Explain FVC.
The FEV1 is the Forced Expiratory Volume in one second. This number reflects the
amount of air we can release from our lungs after we inhale as much as we can and
release in one second. For most people this is a
1. Graph our subjects oxygen consumption using a line graph. What are our subjects
values for VO2max? Are these values within normal, healthy limits?
All of our values were in fact in the healthy range and above average. David had the
Isotonic Strength Lab
Use the excel spreadsheet to create a table. List the RMS of each muscle (pectoralis,
deltoid, triceps, and ab) for each condition (bosu ball and regular).
For subject 1, the RMS on flat ground push-ups was 1.433 for the deltoids,
It is a wonder in our world today how with all the advancements in the medical field, our
society still suffers from obesity. One would think that our continuous breakthroughs in this area
would lead to a decline in the poor choices made da
Convert 46 F to C. Dont use google show all work.
46-32=14x5/9=7.8 degrees C
2. List the Heat balance equation. Describe each component.
This metabolism plus work plus or minus radiation, plus or minus radiat
1. Describe the location and responsibility of the respiratory zone. Describe the
location and responsibility of the conducting zone.
The respiratory zone takes place in the lungs and is responsible for the
exchange of O2 and CO2 with the bloo
Wingate (anaerobic power) Lab
1. On the excel spreadsheet, average the last 10 min of data (VO2 and RER) for both
subjects. Use the attached RER table to calculate kcals/min. Calculate Kcals/hour and
Kcals/ hour for subject 1 is 293.4 and per d
Ventilatory Threshold Lab
1. Using the ventilatory equivalent method, plot VeVO2 and VeVCO2 on the y axis and VO2
on the x axis to determine VT. Express the VT as a percent of our subjects VO2max. Note:
this means you first have to quantify the subjects V