Essay on fitness and wellness ch 1 2 outline

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CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION TO WELLNESS, FITNESS & LIFESTYLE MANAGEMENT 1. Answer 3 multiple choice questions on Page 1 of text 1.B cigarette smoking, health is how the body is, if it's sick or not, and wellness is the condition of your whole life not only the body. 3.false, health has a greater impact than genetic makeup regarding developing diseases

2. Definitions:
Wellness: optimal health and vitality, encompassing all the dimensions of well-being
Physical Fitness: a set of physical attributes that allow the body to respond or adapt to the demands and stress of physical effort
Target Behavior: an isolated behavior selected as the object of a behavior change program
Locus of Control: the
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Identify 1 behavior in which you are not satisfied_engage in moderate exercise_________ 3. Identify 1 strategy you could adopt to move forward:__start walking or biking for 20 min____
NAME: Rosa Prieto CLASS DAY & TIME: tuesday 11:10
1 Answer 3 multiple choice questions on Page 29 of text.
1. false, you can exercise in small amounts of time spread out
2. all everything depends on the intensity your doing the activity
2. Definitions:
Physical Activity: body movement carried out by the skeletal muscles that requires energy
Exercise: planned, structured, repetitive movement intended to improve or maintain physical fitness
Cardio respiratory Endurance: the ability of the body to perform prolonged, large-muscle dynamic exercise at moderate to high levels of intensity
Muscular Strength: the amount of force a muscle can produce with a single maximum effort
Metabolism: the sum of all the vital processes by which food energy and nutrients are made available to and used by the body.
Flexibility: the ability to move joints thorough their full range of motion
Body Composition: the proportion if fat and fat free mass (muscle, bone and water in the body
Specificity: the training principle that the body adapts to the particular type and amount of stress placed on it.
Progressive Overload: the training principle that placing increasing amounts of
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