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1 GET UP. Moving. Realize Your True Potential By Joel A. Cummings Fitness Quiz Instructions Next Click on the, next to the answer of your choice, in order to answer the question. circle 1. To return to the previous question, click the back button, with a previous above it. 2. Try your hardest to answer all questions correctly. 3.

2 GET UP. Moving. Realize Your True Potential By Joel A. Cummings Ever strived for more? Take this short Quiz, and see how much you know about being Healthy and Active. This short, simple select choice quiz, consist of eight questions, which are designed to test your general knowledge on what it takes to be truly physically fit, no matter what your age may be. The quiz also gives you guidance on how much of something you need to do or eat, depending on your age. Begin Home

3 GET UP. Moving. Realize Your True Potential By Joel A. Cummings 1. What does BMI stand for? Back Body Mass Index. Body Metric Index. Body Mass Initial

4 GET UP. Moving. Realize Your True Potential By Joel A. Cummings Correct! BMI, is a way of calculating weather or not you are over weight for your height. There are two ways of calculating BMI, as shown below. Metric System Formula BMI = weight in kilograms / height in meters squared If you only know your height in centimeters, then simply divide your height by 100 to determine your height in meters. For example, if you are 170cm tall, then divide 170 by 100, which equals 1.7m. As an example, using this formula, if you weigh 75 kg and are 1.7 m tall, your BMI is 75 / 1.7², which equals 26.0 when rounded to the nearest tenth. Standard System Formula BMI = (weight in pounds / height in inches squared) x 703 For example, if you weigh 175 lb. and are 5 feet, 6 inches, or 66 inches, tall your BMI equals (175 / 66²) x 703, or 28.2 when rounded to the nearest tenth. Recommended Weights Next Back

5 GET UP. Moving. Realize Your True Potential By Joel A. Cummings Incorrect! Skip You were incorrect, please go back and try again for the correct answer or proceed to the next question. Next Back

6 GET UP. Moving. Realize Your True Potential By Joel A. Cummings 2. Previous What is a calorie? Back Calorie is a measure of fat in foods. Calorie is a measure of Energy in foods. Calorie is a measure of nutrients in foods.

7 GET UP. Moving. Realize Your True Potential By Joel A. Cummings Correct! Calories or kcalories(1,000 calories) is a measure of energy in a food, different foods contain different amounts of energy. Calorie is measured in joules. 1 calorie = joules Next Back

8 GET UP. Moving. Realize Your True Potential By Joel A. Cummings Incorrect! Skip You were incorrect, please go back and try again for the correct answer or proceed to the next question. Next Back

9 GET UP. Moving. Realize Your True Potential By Joel A. Cummings 3. Previous How many calories does an adult female and male need each day? Back An adult female needs 2,000 calories and an adult male needs 2,500 calories. An adult female needs 4,000 calories and an adult male needs 5,000 calories. An adult female needs 6,000 calories and an adult male needs 7,500 calories.

10 GET UP. Moving. Realize Your True Potential By Joel A. Cummings Correct! For calories different groups of people require, different amounts of calories, so on average, an adult female needs 2,000 kcalories every day and an adult male needs 2,500 kcalories. Other age needs: 2,220 calories a day for boys aged 11 to 14 1,845 calories a day for girls aged 11 to 14 2,755 calories a day for young men aged 15 to 18 2,110 calories a day for young women aged 15 to 18 Next Back

11 GET UP. Moving. Realize Your True Potential By Joel A. Cummings Incorrect! Skip GET UP. Moving. Realise Your True Potential You were incorrect, please go back and try again for the correct answer or proceed to the next question. Next Back

12 GET UP. Moving. Realize Your True Potential By Joel A. Cummings 4. Previous UP. Moving. Which activity burns the most calories? Back Cycling for 30 minutes. Dancing for 30 minutes. Ice skating for 30 minutes.

13 GET UP. Moving. Realize Your True Potential By Joel A. Cummings Correct! GET UP. Moving. Realise Your True Potential Below are a random selection of physical Activities, and how many Calories they burn, in 30 minutes with an intermediate- intense level of exercise. Next Back *Fishing- 114 *Gardening *Golf- 108 *Hockey- 249 *Horse riding- 255 *House work *Ice skating- 315 *Calories burned in Jogging *Judo- 363 *Kissing (Lips locking) 6.4 cal per *minute *Lawn Mowing- Power- 125 *Lawn Mowing- Push *Watching TV- 50 *Aerobics exercise -178 *Basketball -258 *Badminton -125 *Cycling or biking -150 *Dancing -130 *Driving car- 50

14 GET UP. Moving. Realize Your True Potential By Joel A. Cummings Incorrect! Skip You were incorrect, please go back and try again for the correct answer or proceed to the next question. Next Back

15 GET UP. Moving. Realize Your True Potential By Joel A. Cummings 5. Previous How can you truly test how fit you are? Back Immediately after exercising, time how long it takes your Blood pressure to return to normal. Immediately after exercising, time how long it takes your heart rate to return to normal. Immediately after exercising, time how long it takes your breathing to return to normal.

16 GET UP. Moving. Realize Your True Potential By Joel A. Cummings Correct! More exercise means Increasing cardiovascular activity, which will help to reduce atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries; which can lead to a stroke, angina or heart attack) as well as lowering your heart rate. Exercise will also raise your blood pressure for a short time, however when you stop, your BP should go back to normal. The quicker it does, the fitter you are, and with more exercise the time it takes to go back to normal will decrease. Exercise helps to metabolize hormones and causes the release of neurotransmitters which alleviate pain, both physical and mental. Next Back

17 GET UP. Moving. Realize Your True Potential By Joel A. Cummings Incorrect! Skip You were incorrect, please go back and try again for the correct answer or proceed to the next question. Next Back

18 GET UP. Moving. Realize Your True Potential By Joel A. Cummings 6. Previous Which is the simplest, but best form of exercise, that anyone can do. Back Walking. Cycling. Dancing.

19 GET UP. Moving. Realize Your True Potential By Joel A. Cummings Correct! Many activities can be done by yourself, and require neither technical expertise nor much in the way of equipment or expense - just your willingness to give it a go. Walking is the simplest and cheapest of all exercises, and making it a regular activity and focusing on the intensity or distance covered can greatly increase your fitness. Walking improves the condition of your heart and lungs (cardiovascular fitness) and works the muscles of the lower body. It's a weight-bearing activity, so it may improve bone density, yet it's also low impact, putting less stress on the joints than some other forms of exercise. Next Back

20 GET UP. Moving. Realize Your True Potential By Joel A. Cummings Incorrect! Skip You were incorrect, please go back and try again for the correct answer or proceed to the next question. Next Back

21 GET UP. Moving. Realize Your True Potential By Joel A. Cummings 7. Previous What is the recommended daily amount of exercise an adult should do? Back 30 minutes. 1 Hour. 2 Hours.

22 GET UP. Moving. Realize Your True Potential By Joel A. Cummings Correct! Adults should do a minimum of 30 minutes moderate-intensity physical activity, five days a week. They don't have to do the whole 30 minutes in one go. Your 30 minutes could be made up of three 10 minute bursts of activity spread through the day, if they prefer - it's the total that matters. People who are at specific risk from obesity, or who need to manage their weight because of a medical condition, need minutes of exercise at least five times a week. For example, if you have diabetes, it will be much better controlled if you exercise like this. Next Back

23 GET UP. Moving. Realize Your True Potential By Joel A. Cummings Incorrect! Skip You were incorrect, please go back and try again for the correct answer or proceed to the next question. Next Back

24 GET UP. Moving. Realize Your True Potential By Joel A. Cummings 8. Previous Is breakfast the most important meal of the day? End Back No it isn't, it’s just a myth Yes it is, your breakfast can have an positive or negative affect on your health. No it isn’t, there are other more important meals in the day.

25 GET UP. Moving. Realize Your True Potential By Joel A. Cummings Correct! GET UP. Moving. Realise Your True Potential End It is believed skipping the first meal of the day increases the chances of becoming obese, developing diabetes or even having a heart attack. Research found that people who ate breakfast every day were a third less likely to be obese compared to those who skipped the meal. In addition, they were half as likely to have blood-sugar problems, which increase the risk of developing diabetes or having high cholesterol, which is a known risk factor for heart disease. Back

26 GET UP. Moving. Realize Your True Potential By Joel A. Cummings Incorrect! Skip You were incorrect, please go back and try again for the correct answer or proceed to the next question. End Back

27 GET UP. Moving. Realize Your True Potential By Joel A. Cummings You have completed the quiz. Well Done. I hope you have enjoyed my quiz and that it was very informative for you. Now you poses the knowledge the you require to realise your true potential. Retry Back


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