Midterm 2 Study Guide
Know how to calculate MHR, RHR, HRR, and range of THR
MHR: MHR is highest heart rate for a person. 205-(.7 x age)
RHR: To check your pulse at your wrist, place two fingers between the bone
and the tendon over your radial artery
Kine 205 Out of Class Assignment (4/21/16)
Nutrition Handout: Answer the following questions according to the lecture slides and your book.
THIS IS DUE Sunday, April 24, 2016 BY MIDNIGHT. Save the document as your fist name, last name and
Kine 205 OCA (i.
KINE 205 Ch. 2
Principles of Physical Fitness
Exercise is planned, structures, repetitive
150 minutes of moderate intensity aerobic exercise per week
75 minutes of vigorous intensity aerobic exercise per week
Recommend up to 90 min
KINE 205 Ch. 3
Circulates blood through the body
Moves blood between the heart and the lungs
Moves blood between the hearts the rest of the body
Last 4 chapters 9,10,11,13
1. Make sure you know balancing body weight
Know the negative consequences (Alcohol, etc.
Largest percentage of calories we burn is resting metabolic rate
Muscle mass higher it is makes up
When your resting heart rate is lower than the norm, resting heart rate is 60 to 100)
The pressure in the arties when the heart relaxes
Hypertrophy is increase in m
VITAMINS AND MINERALS
The effects of exercise on the requirement of vitamins and minerals
Whether recommendations for athletes should be different from
recommendations for the average population
The role of micronutrient
Weight Management II:
Body Weight Control in Athletes and
Understanding Common Diets
Chapter 13 & 14
1. Describe the methods available to measure body
2. Categorize sports and the impo
Can be used as a drug, food, or dietary supplement
Most widely consumed behaviorally active substance
in the world
Sixty-three plant species contain caffeine in their
leaves, seeds, or fruits.
Strength and Power
Ergogenic aid: any substance or phenomenon that
Ergogenic means work producing.
Ergogenic refers to the application of a nutritional,
physical, mechanical, psychological, phys
Protein and Amino
Protein intake and training adaptations
Give a general description of the role of dietary protein,
amino acids, and protein metabolism
Discuss protein quality and protein sources
Fluids and Electrolytes
Fluid needs during exercise and performance
* Describe how _is regulated at rest and during
* Describe the eect of _ on exercise perfor
ORGANIC COMPOUNDS WITH LIMITED
Importance of Lipids
Dietary fat is frequently undervalued as a
contributor to health and performance.
Fat is extremely important for fuel during exercise along
Carbohydrate Unit Objectives
Evaluate dietary carbohydrate needs for
health, disease prevention and performance.
State the role of carbohydrate metabolism
Explain and apply the concept of dietary
What is Energy?
The various forms of energy include _
In physiology, energy represents the _ to _,
which is often referred to as _energy.
Walking, running, throwing, and jumping require mechanical
What is glycogen?
What are the bodies stores for glycogen?
What are the 2 macronutrients mainly used
What 2 things determine fuel utilization?
What fuel source is used at higher intensities of
Sample Food and Activity Record
Below is an EXAMPLE of how to keep accurate records. Separate each component
of a meal on to separate lines. Include a detailed description and amounts for each
item. Remember to record water, exercise and notes on how you