___110 bpm___ J. Run for 440 yards. K. Take pulse for 10 seconds and multiply by 6. ___130 bpm___ L. Do 3 to 5 minutes of stretching exercises. M. Record heart rate 5 minutes after running the 440.
22 beats times 4 = 88 beats per minutes. 3. Which of the following resting pulse and resting blood pressure results would be typical of a well-conditioned athlete? Explain your answer (1.5 points) 72 and 150/90; 48 and 110/80; 66 and 120/95; 84 and 110/75. Athletes tends to have a lower resting heart rate because of their intense training programs.
Five Components of Health Related Fitness Table Complete the table below. The first row has been filled in for you as an example. |Components of Physical Fitness |Description |How to Incorporate in Your |Benefit(s) | | | |Life | | |Cardiorespiratory Fitness |Being able to exercise at a |Walk 2 miles at a brisk |Reduced the risk of heart | | |moderate to high intensity for a|pace every day. |disease, hypertension, and high | | |long period of time | |cholesterol. | |Muscular Strength |The amount of force a muscle or |Lifting weights to improve |Improves muscle strength and | | |group of muscles is capable of |muscle resistance |muscle tone | | |exerting | | | | | | | | | | |
Five Components of Health Related Fitness Table Complete the table below. The first row has been filled in for you as an example. |Components of Physical Fitness |Description |How to Incorporate in Your |Benefit(s) | | | |Life | | |Cardiorespiratory Fitness |Being able to exercise at a |Walk 2 miles at a brisk |Reduced the risk of heart | | |moderate to high intensity for a|pace every day. |disease, hypertension, and high | | |long period of time | |cholesterol. | |Muscular Strength |The amount of force a muscle or |By person lifting the |This will allow your muscles to | | |group of muscles are capable of |maximum amount of weight |become more flexible while in | | |exerting.
There are a lot of benefits from yoga practice. Yoga helps develop the five health related components of fitness by lowering your resting heart rate, improving muscle tone, and making your body more flexible. Yoga also helps develop balance, agility, and coordination. Yoga also benefits physiologically and psychologically. The cardiovascular activity I will do will be running.
Using the nutrition care process should lead the registered dietitian to a more efficient and effective treatment, in addition to greater recognition for the role they play in all care settings. The Nutrition Care Process and Model was designed to incorporate a scientific base that moves away from the previous experience based practices of nutrition professionals to a more evidence-based approach. The Nutrition Care Process was originally published as part of the Nutrition Care Model. The Nutrition Care Model is a graphic visualization (see attachment) that illustrates the steps of the Nutrition Care Process (NCP). The graphic illustrates the internal and external factors that affect the nutrition care process and thus the patient.
Nutrition and Fitness SCI/100 May 6, 2013 Padma Tadi-Uppala Nutrition and Fitness Nutrition and fitness are two tools in which individuals must concentrate to stay healthy and fit. Although many individuals receive their nutrients from dietary supplements, the best way to receive nutrients is from food. Physical fitness plays a major role in staying healthy. Donatelle (2010) stated, “Physical fitness is the ability to perform moderate to vigorous levels of physical activity on a regular basis without excessive fatigue (p. 321). In an effort to become physically fit, individuals must increase the amount of time they exercise, the level of intensity, and the length of time spent doing physical activity.
Nutrition is present in all life’s processes from conception, growth and maturity from childhood to adulthood right up until death. According to the World Health Organisation having good health depends not only on the absence of illness and disease; but also maintaining good health emotionally, physically and mentally (WHO, 1946). People must be motivated to give up behaviour that can lead to long term health risks and engage in good behaviour. Throughout this assignment the main focus will be on the importance of a healthy nutritional diet and maintaining an adequate level of hydration. Concentrating on the input of the health care professional, the family and also the challenges and obstacles that they may encounter.
Chapter one explain the concepts of good health is called wellness. An obstacle state of wellness is six components such as physical health, emotional health, intellectual health, spiritual health, social health and environment health. Physical health mean all the activities, work out, and behaviors to keep your body healthy. The physical fitness, nutrition, performing self exam are the most important to have a good healthy. As an important role in how you feel, emotional health can make a big change into your health, social skills and interpersonal relationships with others.
Cooper Test/Beep test Cardiovascular endurance can tested for by using various maximal tests which test your limit of endurance in some exercise . Examples include the Cooper test or the bleep test. The 12 minute Cooper test is an excellent method for determining a persons' cardiovascular endurance levels. In carrying out this test, the subject will run around a measured area for 12 minutes using maximum effort. Once the time has finished the subject will stop running and their distance will be measured and recorded.