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HPE 2 Test (Part Two)

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weight reduction
A habit that helps prevent back problems.
Exercises for preventing back problems
Curl Up, Pelvic Raises, Side leg Raises, Knees to chest or low back stretch, Hamstring Stretch, Quadriceps Stretch, Back Extensions, Hanging
Hydraulic Machines disadvantage
Cost of machines
Specificity
Principal of muscular conditioning that involves muscular strength (maximum amount you can move), muscular power (how much you can move quickly) and time between sets
Sources of fiber
Broccoli, Apple, Almonds, Cabbage, Peas, Potato, 100% Wheat Bread, Banana, Orange, Strawberries, Carrots, Cereal
Overload
Principal of muscular conditioning that involves Frequency (how many sets), intensity (amount of resistance) and time (Repetitions Maximum (RM))
Muscle Relaxation
A technique designed to reduce or eliminate stress by alternating contracting and relaxing of skeletal muscles.
Abdominals
stomach muscles
Less than 30 seconds
Time between sets recommended time between sets for endurance.
regulate body temperature
A function of muscles
balance
A function of muscles
Principals of Contioning
Overload, Specificity, Individuality, Reversability
Proper lifting habits
A habit that helps prevent back problems.
Hydraulic Machines disadvantage
No eccentric contractions
Quadriceps
(Front of thigh) Extend the leg
Hamstrings
Extending the hip, flexing the knee
Back Strain/Sprain
A dull continuous pain in the back often due to a sudden action using fatigued or out of conditioned muscles and usually resolves itself with rest and time.
Movement
A function of muscles
Deep Breathing Exercises
A technique designed to reduce or alleviate stress through slow and held respiration.
Minerals
The inorganic substances found naturally in food and play a vital role in the development and maintenance of the body.
Stressor
A situation or event that elicits a stress response
White meat
made of all type two fibers.
Antioxidant
A substance that prevents the formation of free radicals in the body that are a natural by-product of oxidation and are thought to cause the development of chronic diseases.
Slipped Disc
A rupture of a disk or pad of cartilage between vertebrae and pressing against the spinal cord causing excruciating pain.
Carbohydrate
: A group of chemical substances composed of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen that can be used efficiently as an energy source.
75%
Percentage of muscles that is water.
2-5 minutes
recommended time between sets for muscular strength
Reversability
Principal of muscular conditioning that says that you must use your muscles or they get smalelr.
Ruptured Disc
A herniated disk or pad of cartilage between vertebrae and pressing against the spinal cord causing excruciating pain.
Erector Spinae
Erects the spine-keep column lined up
Meditation
A technique designed to reduce or eliminate stress by focusing on a non-stressful word, object, or location
Lattisimus Dorsi
Back Muscle
Vitamins
The organic substances that are found naturally in food and play a vital role in the development and maintenance of the body.
Unsaturated Fats
A type of fatty acid in which some carbon atoms are joined by double bonds, usually liquid at room temperature.
Trans Fats
A form of fatty acids derived from the process of hydrogenation and believed to increase a person's risk for coronary artery disease.
symptom of a ruptured disc
Pain in the lower back when lifting one leg straight off the floor while lying in a supine position
stress management
A habit that helps prevent back problems.
Elastic Bands and Tubing Advantage
Good for rehabilitation
Recommended Dietary Allowances
The nutrient intakes suggested for the maintenance of health in people in the United States
Hydraulic Machines disadvantage
Little transfer to sports skills.
A way that fats are important
As carriers of vitamins A,D,E,& K
Glycemic Index
A rating of the increase in blood glucose after the ingestion of a standard amount of carbohydrate
Stress
The body's response to a stimulus consisting of a mobilization of bodily resources for adaptation
Good posture
A habit that helps prevent back problems.
Elastic Bands and Tubing Disadvantage
Poor strength development
Posture:
The natural and comfortable bearing of the body in normal, healthy persons promoting normal functioning of the body's organs and increasing the efficiency of the muscle to minimize fatigue.
Calf Muscles Gastrocnemius
(Bigger muscles, strengthen with straight legs) Soleus
Back, hamstring and iliopsoas muscles
Muscles that are always midly contracting during sitting, standing, walking, or jogging.
Saturated Fats
A type of fatty acid in which all carbon atoms are joined by single bonds, allowing the maximum number of hydrogen atoms to bond to the molecule and are usually solid at room temperature.
A way that fats are important
as protectors of vital body organs
Back Muscles, Abdominal Muscles, Gluteal Muscles, and Iliopsoas Muscles
Muscle groups which must have adequate strength to prevent back problems.
sciatica
pain going down one of both legs, associated with ruptured disc.
Biceps
Front of Arm
660
How many muscles there are in the human body.
Pectorals
chest muscles
aproximately 6 billion
How many muscle fibers there are in the body.
Gluteus Maximus
buttocks (important for hip extension, running, and jumping)
In small units
How muscular contraction occurs.
Repositioning when sitting for long periods of time.
A habit that helps prevent back problems.
Complex Carbohydrate
A form of carbohydrate consisting of three or more simple-sugar molecules bonded together in varying patterns
10-30% of caloric intake
The daily requirement for fat.
Fiber
The portion of ingested food that cannot be broken down by intestinal enzymes and juices and functions to absorb organic wastes and toxins and make the stool softer.
Triglycerides
A lipid that consists of three fatty acid molecules attached to a glycerol molecule and is stored in fat cells.
United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)
A governmental agency designed to provide information protection, management of, and make public policy on issue regarding food, agriculture, and natural resources.
A way that fats are important
as insulators of the body
Elastic Bands and Tubing Advantage
Minimal cost
Elastic Bands and Tubing Advantage
Use anywhere
triceps
Back of Arm
Calories
A unit by which energy is measured.

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