Know the definition of body image.
Understand media influence on body
Understand the correlation between actual
physical attractiveness rated by others &
ones own body image.
Understand the correlation between selfesteem
To understand and implement the SMART
method of goal setting.
To identify stages in the Transtheoretical Model
of Behavior Change
To be able to apply the Behavior Change
Model to a variety of situations.
Identify some of the tools to
Know some possible
contributors to obesity, or
impediments to healthful diets.
Know PRIMARY CAUSE for
Understand the important role(s)
of fat in the body.
Leisure: Our work
is your play
HPR 105 Spring 2017
Laurie Harmon, Associate Professor
Recreation Management & Therapeutic Recreation
2044 Health Science Center
What IS leisure/recreation
Sleep and Wellness
What you need to know:
What are the 5 stages of sleep? What characterizes ea?
Why are stages 3 and 4 important? What are some
physiological changes that happen with stage 3&4?
How much sleep do most adults need?
What are the links b
Nutrition: Eat for the
Health of it
Understand the MyPlate recommendations (fruits and
vegetables together, whole grains)
Understand protein / fish recommendations
What are sodium limits/what foods contain?
Understand how to recog
DIMENSIONS OF HEALTH & WELLNESS
Understand the definitions of
health vs. wellness.
- Understand how and why
these definitions changed
Identify & give examples of each dimension of
Identify the catalyst for th
HEALTH BENEFITS OF
It is possible to be physically disabled and
live a wellness lifestyle. True
Being able to think critically, analyze and
evaluate is part of the
_dimension of wel
FINAL EXAM REVIEW:
Approximately 25 from first 1/3 of semester
Approximately 25 from middle 1/3 of semester
Approximately 50 from new material (lectures since exam 2)
If you understand these basics, youre off to a good start:
HPR FINAL EXAM
(bitch get your shit together now)
1. Environmental Health
a. What is it?
i. aspects of human health, disease, and injury that are determined or influenced
by factors in the environment
b. what role does overpopulation play in environmental
Over the semester my friends and I enrolled ourselves into a fitness gym. The fact that it
would boring if I just did it myself, I encouraged my friends to come along to motivate each
other. The main thing was trying not
knuckles gives you
Reading in low light
Lifting heavy weights
as a child can stunt
Definitions social wellness/spirituality
Components of spirituality
Know the difference between spirituality and
Understand the connection between spirituality
and health ou
What types of flexibility are there?
Why is it important?
What are limitations to flexibility/range
Which joint structures have the most
Identify or describe Elasticity
Narrative for Flexibility, September 29, 2015
Flexibility can be defined as our ability to move at either one joint, or a series of joints, through a full
range of motion. Flexibility at a joint or joints can be limited by some different things.
Two unhealthy choices I made in the last 24 hours is getting only 3 hours of sleep and smoked for the
first time in over 2 years.
These two choices can affect my well-being by making me feel more stressed out throughout my
Food Groups and Calories Report 03/29/13 - 03/31/13
Your plan is based on a default 2000 Calorie allowance.
Name _Alex Beier_
Section # _D-55_
These questions provide you with an opportunity to draw all of your fitness information together
for the future. When you respond to the following questions, consider
Physical Activity Resource Assignment
Fifteen avenues/opportunities offered on campus:
1. Intramural leagues at the rec center
2. Walking paths
3. Bike trails
4. Weightlifting at the rec center
5. Join yoga classes at the rec center
Name _Alex Beier_Section # _D55_St. # _3_ Score
1. Find the THR Zone for your overall activity goal from the Target Heart Rate Intensity Chart. Record
your THRs in the appropriate blanks.
2. Record the lower level of your
Behavior Change Assignment
Hanging out with friends. When I hang out with my friends, we usually dont do much. Just relax
and sit around. While tempting, I can avoid it easily because I like to workout and dont like
Review for Exam 3 HPR 105
Brain Health and Physical Activity
A. What is post-secondary dendritic branching?
B. What does BDNF do? What stimulates BDNF production?
a. Increases neurogenesis in the hippocampus
a.i. Gets oxygen to brain faster
1. Check the review questions on previous lectures at the start, middle, or end of each
2. Check the lecture objectives on the powerpoint slides.
3. Textbook readings
4. Identify examples of any of the 7 wellness dimensions.
a. Physical Dimension
Study Guide Exam 2
Students, heres a study guide to focus your study. Check your slides and the written objectives,
as well. Good luck.
1. Understand the MyPlate graphic how much of your plate should be grains,
protein, fruits and vegetables, an
Lifestyle Goal Assignment
The purpose of this assignment is to have you identify one aspect of your
life/health that you want to focus on improving throughout the course of this
semester. Past students in HPR 105 have selected things such as eating health
Exam 2 Review/HPR 105
1. Know the USDA MyPlate goals (how much of your plate should be fruits/vegetables,
grains, protein, etc).
a. fruits and veggies, grains and protein, dairy?
2. Know your bodys preferred energy source for activity.
Review Sheet Exam 3HPR 105
Disease Prevention (Dr. Keely Rees)
Environmental Health/Brain Health and Physical Activity
Leisure Benefits (Dr.Steven Simpson)
Spine Health (Dr. Ben Erlandson)
Violence Prevention (Dr. Gary Gilmore)
STUDY GUIDE HPR 105
What are the 7 dimensions of wellness? Be able to identify dimension of wellness when given an
What directly supplies the heart w
HEALTH BENEFITS OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
It is possible to be physically disabled and live a wellness lifestyle.
Understand changing causes of mortality in 1900 vs present day
Understand the contributors to premature death
Identify the p
A habit is a habit and not to be flung out the window by anyone, but waxed
downstairs a step at a time
The underlying motivations behind many of our decisions is our desire to receive