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UGA KINS 2010 - Exam 1 Class Review

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“Voluntary movement intentionally performed to achieve a goal in sport, exercise or some other sphere of life.”Key focus of kinesiologyAre these physical activates?Showering: yesWalking to class: yesTexting a friend: yesYawning: no (because not voluntary)Running a 10K race: yesWatching TV: noSleeping: no (because not voluntary)Self-sufficiency: ADL (activity of daily living) v IADL (instrumental activity of daily living)ADL basic functions of everyday lifeDifferentiate these activities:Showering: ADLCooking dinner: IADLPaying bills: IADLPutting on shoes: ADLSeven sub-disciplines of physical activityHow can I increase strength?Physiology of physical activityHow did WWII affect MLB?History of physical activityWhat muscles make the largest contribution to the bat swing?Biomechanics of physical activityWhat is the best way to practice the tennis serve?Motor behaviorIs it wrong to cheat in a hockey game?Philosophy of physical activityHow economic factors affect a person’s access to exercise facilities?Sociology of physical activityWhat are the five components of health-related fitness?FlexibilityMuscular enduranceMuscular strengthBody compositionAerobic powerWhat are the 3 primary sources of knowledge in the discipline of kinesiology?Physical activity experienceScholarly studyProfessional practice7 spheres of physical activity experience:WorkHealthLeisureCompetitionEducationSelf-sufficiencySelf-expression7 spheres of scholarly study in the discipline of kinesiology:HistoryBiomechanicsSociologyPhysiologyPhilosophyPsychologyMotor behavior4 types of competitive activity (with examples):Side-by-side: swimmingImpersonal: timed runFace-to-face contact: wrestlingFace-to-face noncontact: volleyballImportant health benefits of regular exercise/physical activity:Lower blood pressurePrevention of obesityImproved fitnessPrevention of disease: breast cancer, diabetesImproved bone healthReduce symptoms of depressionWhat component tests of the Fitness Gram?Sit and reach: flexibilitySit ups: muscular endurancePacer: aerobic powerPush ups: muscular enduranceTrunk lift: flexibility and muscular enduranceSkinfold/body compositionKINS 2010 1st Edition Lecture 7 Outline of Last Lecture I. Case Study: Fitness Grama. Recommended tests for studentsb. Use of Fitness Gram in GeorgiaOutline of Current Lecture I. Exam 1 ReviewCurrent LectureWhat is missing from the following definition of Physical Activity?- “Voluntary movement intentionally performed to achieve a goal in sport, exercise orsome other sphere of life.”- Key focus of kinesiology - Are these physical activates?o Showering: yeso Walking to class: yeso Texting a friend: yeso Yawning: no (because not voluntary)o Running a 10K race: yeso Watching TV: noo Sleeping: no (because not voluntary)- Self-sufficiency: ADL (activity of daily living) v IADL (instrumental activity of daily living)o ADL basic functions of everyday lifeo Differentiate these activities: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. Showering: ADL Cooking dinner: IADL Paying bills: IADL Putting on shoes: ADL Seven sub-disciplines of physical activity- How can I increase strength?o Physiology of physical activity- How did WWII affect MLB?o History of physical activity- What muscles make the largest contribution to the bat swing?o Biomechanics of physical activity- What is the best way to practice the tennis serve?o Motor behavior- Is it wrong to cheat in a hockey game?o Philosophy of physical activity- How economic factors affect a person’s access to exercise facilities?o Sociology of physical activity What are the five components of health-related fitness?- Flexibility- Muscular endurance- Muscular strength - Body composition- Aerobic power What are the 3 primary sources of knowledge in the discipline of kinesiology?- Physical activity experience- Scholarly study- Professional practice 7 spheres of physical activity experience:- Work- Health- Leisure- Competition- Education- Self-sufficiency- Self-expression 7 spheres of scholarly study in the discipline of kinesiology:- History- Biomechanics - Sociology- Physiology- Philosophy- Psychology- Motor behavior 4 types of competitive activity (with examples):- Side-by-side: swimming- Impersonal: timed run- Face-to-face contact: wrestling- Face-to-face noncontact: volleyball Important health benefits of regular exercise/physical activity:- Lower blood pressure - Prevention of obesity- Improved fitness- Prevention of disease: breast cancer, diabetes- Improved bone health - Reduce symptoms of depression What component tests of the Fitness Gram?- Sit and reach: flexibility- Sit ups: muscular endurance- Pacer: aerobic power- Push ups: muscular endurance- Trunk lift: flexibility and muscular endurance - Skinfold/body


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