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College Fitness
Extra abdominal fat increases your risk for heart disease.
  1. True
  2. False
College Fitness
The effectiveness of the immune system depends upon the individual's
  1. general health
  2. age
  3. heredity
  4. all of the above
College Fitness
It does not matter how fast you walk because you will burn the same amount of calories.
  1. True
  2. False
College Fitness
Consequences of stroke are... (check all that apply)
  1. paralysis of one side of body
  2. Nausea
  3. Slurred Speech
  4. Headache
College Fitness
HDL is the "good" type of cholesterol.
  1. True
  2. False
College Fitness
The percent of fat, bone, and other tissues to lean body mass is called:
  1. BMI
  2. body mass
  3. body weight
  4. body composition
College Fitness
What are some of the ways you can increase your energy expenditure while walking? Check all that apply.
  1. Swinging arms vigorously
  2. Swing hand held weights
  3. Think positive thoughts about burning calories
  4. Quicken the pace
  5. Walk on your toes
College Fitness
What characteristics are good for a walking shoe? Check all that apply.
  1. Bright Color
  2. Light Weight
  3. Well-Padded
  4. Slip-On
College Fitness
Exercises designed to train the back muscles are:
  1. dips, single arm row, pull ups
  2. single arm dumbbell row, pull ups, pull down
  3. pull down, push-ups, single arm dumbbell row
  4. pull ups, pull down, dips
College Fitness
The key factors that influence physical activity are:
  1. biological, social, emotional, economic
  2. biological, social, mental, environmental
  3. biological, social, psychological, environmental
  4. biological, social, psychological, economic
College Fitness
What is a PAR-Q?
  1. Physical Activity Readiness Screening Tool
  2. Physical Activity Grading Tool
  3. Physical Test
  4. Who Cares
College Fitness
Walking at 4 MPH is considered a brisk walk.
  1. True
  2. False
College Fitness
Which 2 of the following are not positive risk factors?
  1. Hypotrophy
  2. Family History
  3. Obesity
  4. Hypoglycemia
  5. Anerexia
College Fitness
Sedentary lifestyle is a positive risk factor when?
  1. Not participating in at least 10 mins of moderate intensity physical activity
  2. Not participating in at least 50 mins of moderate intensity physical activity
  3. Not participating in at least 30 mins of moderate intensity physical activity
  4. Participating in at least 30 mins of moderate intensity physical activity
  5. Participating in at least 20 mins of moderate intensity physical activity
College Fitness
Fitness walking and jogging are physical activities that can improve:
  1. cardiovascular fitness and muscular edundurance
  2. cardiovascular fitness and body composition
  3. cardiovascular fitness and flexibility
  4. none of the above
College Fitness
Parents can be good role models for their children in the area of health and wellness by                                    Being active with their children                                    and                                       show them YOU are physically active                                      
College Fitness
Body weight DOES have an impact on energy expenditure for both walking and jogging.
  1. True
  2. False
College Fitness
When talking about kilocalories per minute: seconds must be converted into hundredths of a minute. If you convert 15 minutes and 27 seconds, what would the answer be?
  1. 15.27
  2. 15.45
  3. 15.49
  4. 15.37
College Fitness
The energy cost of jogging for a given body weight is about the same REGARDLESS OF SPEED per mile.
  1. True
  2. False
College Fitness
The warm-up is an activity that:
  1. prepares your muscles for work
  2. is the first stage of any physical activity routine
  3. important for avoiding injuries
  4. all of the above
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