OBESITY IS A DISEASE
Child and Adolescent BMI Ranges
Female BMI Graph
Graph of BMI percentile ranges for females ages 2 to 20. The graph
shows percentile ranges for underweight, healthy, overweight, and
obese BMI values, with an overall incr
Heat illness symptoms: Painful cramps and flushed, moist skin
Heat Illness and exhaustion treatments: Move to a cool place and rest, Remove
excess clothing and place cool cloths on skin; fan skin, Give cool water or sports
drinks containing sa
What should be in a First Aid kit?
Assorted adhesive bandages
Gauze pads and adhesive tape
Antibiotic ointment and antiseptic wipes
A breathing barrier
An instant cold compress
First aid in
Wellness planning and physical activity are essential to a healthy lifestyle.
Aerobic, muscle-strengthening, bone-strengthening, and balance and stretching are
physical activities that influence health-related fitness.
Intensity level is an i
5.04 notes (tobacco)
Dangers of Nicotine:
19.0% of adults age 18 and older were current smokers in 2011
42.0% of children ages 3 to 11 years old were exposed to secondhand smoke
In 2010, more than 201,000 new cases of lung cancer were reported,
Healthy Fitness Zone (HFZ): Results at this level indicate you have sufficient
fitness for good health. Your fitness plan should focus on maintaining or
continuing to improve your fitness level.
Needs Improvement (NI): Results at this level i
Sobriety: to be sober
Detoxing: a process or period of time in which one abstains from or rids the body of
toxic or unhealthy substances, detoxification
How Do You Know Someone Who Needs Help?
Sudden weight loss or weight gain
DRUGS AND ALCOHOL:
Impaired ability to think clearly and make smart decisions
Risk of injury or death from driving under the influence or overdose
Health risks including liver damage and increased risk of cancer
Possible legal consequences
Another way you can own your wellness is by being proactive in terms of preventing
illness. Combining your health literacy with the vast amount of wellness information
available can help you slow, delay, or possibly stop some problem
Module Four Wellness Plan
Fill in all logs and answer the reflection questions completely with supporting details.
Section 1: Goals
Include your goals for each area of wellness before completing the reflection question.
Physical: I want to get
6.02 (Body Composition)
Your body composition is everything physical that makes up who you are: muscle,
fat, bones, organs, and tissue. Body composition is a good indicator of a persons
overall health. There are a variety of methods to d
Strengthens your heart and lungs
Boosts immune system
Healthy body composition
Decreased strain on knees and legs
Increased good cholesterol
Decreased bad cholesterol
Decreased heart disease
What Can You Expect Without Training?
The decision not to make the effort to improve your health can negatively impact
your health-related fitness. An absence of activity can present a variety of problems.
Muscles become sore and strained. Inf
Moderate activity is something that gets you moving and your heart
beating a little faster, like a quick walk, wrestling with a sibling, or a steady
Vigorous activity really gets your lungs, muscles, and heart working
hard. This wou
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This is called a bridge.
This is a split with a leg hold.
This is called a chest roll splat.
This is a spli
Being flexible means your muscles and tendons move and bend easily. This is
important in sports and exercise, but it also allows you to be more comfortable in
everyday activities like reaching up to a top shelf or be
4.05 notes (personal menu)
Find a Balance
Whether you are trying to bulk up, slim down, or maintain your current body
composition, it is important to understand the relationship between calories eaten
and calories burned. Even when you are sitting still o
The Spread of Disease
Methods of Transmission
Inhalation of airborne germs
Colds, chicken pox, and some forms of meningitis.
Colds, chicken pox, flu, and strep throat
Impetigo, ring worm, fungal infections, warts, a
2.07 notes good eats
Fill half your plate with fruits and vegetables at each meal.
Aim for fresh fruit for maximum vitamin benefit, but frozen, canned, or dried can
Fruit juice can be packed with sugar, so choose only 100 percent juice w
What Are the Commonly Abused Illegal Drugs?
General Information: A mixture of drugs from all categories that are frequently
used at parties, clubs, and bars. Most of these drugs are odorless, colorless, and
flavorless and can be add
Ways to Monitor Your Heart
Besides taking your pulse, there are other technologies available to monitor your
Treadmills and other cardio machines often have built-in heart rate monitors that
use sensors on the handle or side rail of
Sets and Reps
You can't design a strength-training program without the terms: reps and sets.
Reps stands for repetitions, the number of times to complete the full motion of an
exercise. One rep of a pull-up is the full motion of
Over-the-counter (OTC) medications
Available without a prescription, medication like cough syrup and cold medicine can
cause dangerous reactions when taken in large doses.
These medications are made to treat specific ai
Respect: both partners are treated as equals
Responsibility: partners take responsibility for their words, actions, and choices
Communication: good communication builds trust. The silent treatment is a form
of emotional abuse
Specificity refers to an exercise, activity, or workout that targets your specific
training needs. Specificity can be applied to parts of your body (like arm or
leg strength) and areas of fitness (like cardio endurance o
Part Two: Reflection Questions
1. Describe what a person would need to do in terms of caloric input and output
Lose weight: In order to lose weight you would have to more of a caloric
output and less of an input
Gain weight: In order to gain weight
1. 01 Notes
Moderate activity is something that gets you moving and your
heart beating faster (a quick walk, wrestling with a sibling, a bike
Vigorous activity gets your lungs, muscles, and heart working
hard. Vigorous activity includes more demand
6 training principles:
Agility: It helps you change directions quickly and efficiently.
Balance: It helps you remain upright no matter what obstacles or uncertainties you
Coordination: It helps you use the senses together with variou