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UGA KINS 2010 - Spheres of Physical Activity (2-6)

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Sphere of HealthSphere of Self-SufficiencyPhysical activity and independence:Physical activity is necessary to care for oneselfActivities of daily living (ADLs)Personal care behavior such as bathing, dressing, eating, walking, etc.Instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs)Those needed to function independently in a communityMore complexLight housework, preparing meals, taking medications, groceries, telephone, etc.Causes of disabilities that limit self-sufficiencyMost common causes of disability in the US are depression, back pain, arthritis, and heart problems. Also accidents, aging, congenital disease, and lifestyle limit self-sufficiencyRole of kinesiology:Enhance disabled people’s ability to functionPrevent or slow declines in their functionImprove quality of life among people with disabilitiesSphere of WorkAbout 2/3 of the adult population has a job that involves no activityActive work stations- fad or wave of the future?Sphere of LeisureLeisure time with physical activitySphere of CompetitionSports- activities that contain physical activity4 types of competition:Side-by-side: competing with someone without physical interaction; examples: swimming, racingFace-to-face Noncontact: examples are volleyball, baseball, softballFace-to-face Contact: examples are wrestling, football, basketballImpersonal: solo activity where you compete against yourselfKINS 2010 1ST Edition Lecture 4Outline of Last Lecture I. Spheres of Physical Activitya. Sphere of Educationi. What is a physically educated person?b. Trends in exerciseOutline of Current Lecture I. Spheres of Physical Activity (2-6)a. Sphere of Healthb. Sphere of Self-Sufficiencyc. Sphere of Workd. Sphere of Leisuree. Sphere of CompetitionCurrent Lecture These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor’s lecture. GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes, not as a substitute.-Sphere of Health-Sphere of Self-Sufficiencyo Physical activity and independence: Physical activity is necessary to care for oneselfActivities of daily living (ADLs)Personal care behavior such as bathing, dressing, eating, walking, etc.Instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs)Those needed to function independently in a communityMore complexLight housework, preparing meals, taking medications, groceries, telephone, etc. Causes of disabilities that limit self-sufficiency Most common causes of disability in the US are depression, back pain, arthritis, and heart problems. Also accidents, aging, congenital disease, and lifestyle limit self-sufficiencyRole of kinesiology:Enhance disabled people’s ability to functionPrevent or slow declines in their functionImprove quality of life among people with disabilities -Sphere of Worko About 2/3 of the adult population has a job that involves no activity o Active work stations- fad or wave of the future?-Sphere of Leisureo Leisure time with physical activity-Sphere of Competitiono Sports- activities that contain physical activityo 4 types of competition:Side-by-side: competing with someone without physical interaction; examples: swimming, racingFace-to-face Noncontact: examples are volleyball, baseball, softballFace-to-face Contact: examples are wrestling, football, basketballImpersonal: solo activity where you compete against yourself


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