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Lifetime Physical Fitness and Wellness, 15th Edition
Werner W.K. Hoeger, Sharon A. Hoeger, Cherie I. Hoeger, Amber L. Fawson
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1. Physical inactivity is the No. 1 threat to public health in the United States.
2. Women are more likely than men to visit a physician when they suspect something is wrong.
3. The leading causes of death in the United States today are largely genetics-related.
4. Regular physical activity has been shown to improve mood, cognitive function, creativity, and short-term memory.
5. Moderate physical activity has been defined as any activity that requires an energy expenditure of 1,500 calories per week.
6. Most people think far enough ahead to change unhealthy behaviors before they incur a major health problem.
7. Physical wellness entails confidence and optimism about one’s ability to protect physical health and take care of health problems.
8. The main emphasis of physical fitness programs should be on the health-related components of fitness.
9. A metabolic profile includes measures of insulin sensitivity, glucose tolerance, and cholesterol levels.
10. People who spend most of their day sitting have as much as a 50 percent greater risk of dying prematurely from all causes.
11. The leading cause of preventable deaths in the United States is ____.
a. physical inactivity
b. tobacco use
c. alcohol abuse
d. substance abuse
12. Which term refers to an epidemic of physical inactivity in the United States?
a. Inactive Death Syndrome
b. Physical Death Syndrome
c. Secondary Death Syndrome
d. Sedentary Death Syndrome
e. Preventable Death Syndrome
13. A recent report by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development found that the United States had the highest rates of ____ among all 34 OECD countries.
a. heart disease
14. Which wellness dimension implies that you can apply the things you have learned, create opportunities to learn more, and engage your mind in lively interaction with the world around you?
a. Emotional wellness
b. Social wellness
c. Occupational wellness
d. Mental wellness
e. Environmental wellness
15. The most prevalent degenerative diseases in the United States are those of the ____ system.
16. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, emphysema, and chronic bronchitis are diseases of the ____ system.
17. The leading cause of fatal automobile accidents in the United States is ____.
a. alcohol intoxication
d. poor driving skills
e. road rage
18. Which device senses gravity and changes in movement, and thus can be used to track activity?
c. Gravity manometer
d. Aneroid manometer
19. Exercise is a subset of physical activity that is ____.
a. anaerobic and accumulative
b. planned, structured, and repetitive
c. unstructured and intense
d. random, non-repetitive, and vigorous
e. brisk, timed, and challenging