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Nutrition & Fitness

Lecture 8 –Part 2

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Overview

Part 1 of 2

Understand the difference between appetite and hunger.

Be able to name three things that affect individual’s daily calorie needs.

Be able to name six essential nutrients.

Understand the purpose of Dietary Guideline and MyPlate Plan

Understand structure & function of food labels (Nutrition Fact Labels)

Part 2 of 2

Know how to differentiate physical activity and exercise.

Understand common obstacles to physical activity

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Introduction to PA & Fitness

Benefits of regular exercise

(includes many benefits of PA)

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Introduction to PA & Fitness

CDC recommendation: 30+ minutes of physical activity per day

Exercise ≠ physical activity

“planned, structured, and repetitive bodily movement done to improve or maintain one or more components of physical fitness”

Purposeful routine physical activity, done with more specific intent.

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Introduction to PA & Fitness

Calories Burned by Different Activities

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Consider “FITT”

Frequency

Intensity (MET)

Time

Type

Common Obstacles to PA

People offer a variety of excuses to explain why they aren’t physically active

https://www.ted.com/talks/emily_balcetis_why_some_people_find_exercise_harder_than_others

Active lifestyle does not require gym membership or expensive equipment

Choose activities that are enjoyable & appropriate difficulty, and convenient

Merge physical activity into daily routine

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Extra Content

Fitness Injuries & Consumerism

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Fitness-Related Injuries

Two basic types of fitness-related injuries:

Traumatic injuries: occur suddenly and violently, typically by accident.

Overuse injuries: occur when doing too much intense exercise, too much exercise without variation, or not allowing for sufficient rest and recovery time.

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Fitness-Related Injuries: Prevention

DO warm-up & cool-down (before & after)

DO use appropriate equipment (footwear & protective equipment)

AVOID exercising in heat/cold

AVOID working out alone (try)

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Fitness Consumerism

Fitness goals can be achieved without spending too much money on gym/facility membership, without buying equipment, and without spending lots of money on the latest fitness fashions.

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Fitness Consumerism

Exercise Facilities

Consider…

Visit several facilities before making a decision?

Hours of operation?

Exercise classes offered? Convenient?

Consider the equipment? (What & how many?)

Consider the location? Convenient?

Consider the personnel?

Consider the financial implications?

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Fitness Consumerism

Fitness Gadgets/Equipment

Consider…

Claims to provide lasting "no-sweat" results in a short time?

Claims to target or burn just fat?

Reliable testimonials? Before-and-after pictures of satisfied customers?

Cost? Warranties? Fine print? Return policies?

Familiar with equipment (used before)?

Consumer report / online resource available?

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Fitness Gadgets/Equipment

Fitness Gadgets/Equipment

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Fitness Gadgets/Equipment

Fitness Gadgets/Equipment

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Take-Away Points

Water, protein, carbohydrates, fat, vitamins, and minerals are essential nutrients that your body needs.

CDC recommends at least 30 minutes of moderate physical activity per day

Removing perceived obstacles to physical activity is important for fighting the obesity epidemic.

*** Midterm Exam covers up to this lecture ***

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Announcement

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Submit Assignment #3 ASAP

Due next Saturday (Fall Break)

Exam after Fall Break

Sign up for PSA groups on Canvas

Before fall break

Midterm Exam when you return from Fall Break

Review session next week

Testing accommodations: schedule with Rinella ASAP

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