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Nutrition and Fitness
Nutrition 100 Vocabulary True or FalseDietingExercise
-This is the most vital nutrient A
What is water
-This is the main source of energy for the body. A
What are carbohydrates
-These are made of amino acids which build body tissue A
What are proteins
-This nutrient does not provide energy, but is essential for growth A
What are vitamins
-This nutrient is made of fatty acids, and provides energy to the body. A
What are fats
To burn calories that are stored as fat, what type of exercise do you need to do? A
What is Aerobic Exercise
A -This type of resistance training involves resistance through an entire range of motion.
What is Isokinetic Exercise
-This activity combines muscle contraction with repeated movement A
What is Isotonic Exercise
What does F.I.T mean? A
F- frequency I- intensity T- time
-This activity uses muscle tension to improve muscular strength with little or no movement of the body. A
What is Isometric Exercise
This eating disorder involves self-starvation combined with extensive exercise. A
What is Anorexia
This eating disorder involves binge eating followed by vomiting or laxative use. A
What is Bulimia
What does healthy dieting do to you metabolism? A
What is increases your metabolism
How do calories relate to gaining or losing weight? A
What is extra calories would be stored as fat.
What should you do to control your weight in a healthy way? A
What is lower the set-point and raise you metabolism.
Lower metabolism makes it harder to gain weight and easier to lose it. A
False. Lower metabolism makes it easier to gain weight and harder to gain it.
If you dont use calories they will be stored as fat. A
Exercising does not raise your metabolism. A
False. Exercising does raise your metabolism.
The highest level of the old food pyramid contains the foods you should eat most often. A
False. The highest level of the old food pyramid contains the food you should eat sparingly.
Regular aerobic exercise can raise you set point A
-This is the ability to move a body part through a full range of motion. A
What is Flexibility
-This is the amount of force a muscle can exert. A
What is Muscular Strength
-This is the ability to carry out daily tasks easily and have enough energy to respond to unexpected demands. A
What is Physical Fitness
-This is the ability of the muscles to do difficult physical tasks over a period of time without causing fatigue. A
What is Muscular Endurance
-This is the ratio of body fat to lean body tissue, including muscle, bone, water, and connective tissue such as ligament, cartilage and tendons. A
What is Body Composition
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