Tatal Wellnes

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The form of blood fat that carries cholesterol out from the liver to other parts of the body and can lead to cholesterol deposits on artery walls is
low-density lipoprotein.
All of the following are components of health-related fitness EXCEPT
A/muscular strength.
B/ flexibility.
C/ speed.
D/ cardiorespiratory endurance.
answer (C/ speed)
The key to a successful behavior change program is
a plan that sets goals.
Environmental, or planetary, wellness includes
waste reduction.
Which is an example of procrastination?
I better wait until after the semester break to start my program.
A program that includes 40 minutes of brisk walking each day is best characterized as
lifestyle physical activity.
Cardiorespiratory endurance is best measured in terms of
maximal oxygen consumption.
The first step in creating a successful fitness program is to
assess your current fitness level.
The body adapting to a gradual increase in the amount of exercise is the definition of
progressive overload.
The most important exercise factor for achieving training effects is
intensity.
All of the following are considered skill-related fitness components EXCEPT
A/ coordination.
B/ flexibility. (Correct Answer)
C/ balance.
D/ agility.
When devising a strategy or plan of action, a necessary preparatory step might be
A/ purchasing walking shoes for a fitness class.
B/ selecting a behavior to change.
C/ rewarding yourself with a movie.
D/determining which events trigger the behavior.
Answer / A
If you have an external locus of control, believing you have a genetic predisposition to cancer can
A/ reinforce your motivation to take appropriate action.
B/ sabotage your efforts to take appropriate action.
C/ enhance your locus of control.
D/ lead to a greater sense of control over your life.
Answer / B
The ability of the body to perform prolonged, large-muscle, dynamic exercise at moderate-to-high levels of intensity is
A/ anaerobic capacity.
B/ adaptive capacity.
C/ Cardiorespiratory endurance. (Correct Answer )
D/ muscular endurance.
The U.S. government’s Healthy People reports
A/ failed to address physical activity and nutrition.
B/ are updated every 2 years.
C/ include only broad wellness related goals.
D/ seek to achieve a better quality of life for all Americans. (Correct Answer)
An additional important dimension of wellness is financial wellness, which is
A/ the development of supportive relationships.
B/ the ability to live within your means and manage your money. (Correct Answer )
C/ the level of happiness and fulfillment you gain through your work.
C?the highest amount of money you can earn.
As a person’s Cardiorespiratory endurance increases, the
A/ amount of blood pumped per heartbeat decreases.
B/ resting heart rate decreases.(Correct Answer )
C/ blood volume decreases.
D/ resting blood pressure increases.
Muscular strength is the
amount of force a muscle can produce with a single maximum effort.
Approximately what percentage of Americans get no leisure-time activity?
40%
Muscular endurance is the
ability to resist fatigue and sustain a given level of muscular tension over time.
A heart rate that is too fast, too slow, or irregular is called angina.
False
Which is an example of rationalization?
I’ll start an exercise program just as soon as the semester is over.
n a behavior change program, a trap related to social influences might be
trying to get friends or family to change their behavior.
When choosing a target behavior to change, you maximize your chances of success by
starting with something simple like cutting down on unhealthy snacking
Flexibility is best developed by
stretching major muscle groups regularly.

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