Chapter 10 Notes: Reducing Your Risk of Cardiovascular Disease
A. What is Cardiovascular Disease (CVD)?
Broadly encompasses a range of diseases of the heart (cardio) and blood
Among all age groups in America, about 1 in 3 people have
Principles of Conditioning Exam 2
Chapter 6 Understanding Body Composition
Body Composition Concepts
o Percent body fat
Used to designate the percentage of total body weight that is made up of fat tissue
Provides protection and cushioning
Can break int
Study Guide KIN 2504
1. Define cardiovascular disease (CVD), explain why a college student should be concerned about
CVD, and list the human and economic impacts of CVD.
a. CVD: A disease of the heart and/or blood vessels
b. Why a col
1. Of the five leadership practices the one I frequently exhibit is encourage the
heart which I scored a 28.
2. my top five leadership behaviors I exhibit according to the student leadership
challenge is the following; foster cooperative relationsh
Kinesiology 2504 Study Guide Review
Dimensions of Wellness:
1. Physical- body overall condition, bodily care, fitness, and decisions, eating habits, and
2. Emotional- ability to understand and deal with feelings, self-esteem, confiden
KIN 2504 Study Guide (Exam 1)
Describe the dimensions of wellness.
Identify the major health problems in the United States today and discuss their causes.
Describe the behaviors that are part of a wellness lifestyle.
Explain the steps in creatin
Nutrition & Activity Level
Active people do not require additional
nutrients beyond those obtained in a
nutritionally well balanced diet.
Quantity and Quality of
Exercise for Developing
Neuromotor Fitness in
Adults: Guidance for
This pronouncement was written
Chapter 11 Notes: Reducing Your Risk of Diabetes and Other Chronic Diseases
A. What is Chronic Disease?
A medical condition that develops gradually and persists for months or
Symptoms may be treated, but underlying causes cannot be prevented
Study Guide Exam 1 [KIN 2504/Fall 2015]
1. Describe the dimensions of wellness and how they are interconnected
a. Dimensions of wellness
i. Physical wellness
1. Physical fitness, flexibility, body composition, fat tissue and lean tissue,