Concepts of Fitness and Wellness, 2nd Edition
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Concepts of Fitness and Wellness, 2nd Edition

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Table of Contents
  • GALILEO, University System of Georgia
  • GALILEO Open Learning Materials
    • Spring 2018
  • Concepts of Fitness and Wellness, 2nd Edition
    • Scott Flynn
    • Lisa Jellum
    • Jonathan Howard
    • Althea Moser
    • David Mathis
      • See next page for additional authors
      • Recommended Citation
      • Authors
  • 268_cover_fitness
  • Contents and Terms
  • 1- Wellness_final_alg2
    • Healthy Behaviors and Wellness
      • Assessing Your Personal Lifestyle Behaviors
      • Terminology Checklist:
      • Test Your Knowledge
  • 2- Fitness_Principles
    • From Ancient History to Modern Times
      • What are Physical Activity and Exercise?
      • Components of Health-Related Fitness
        •  Cardiorespiratory endurance
        •  Muscular strength
        •  Muscular endurance
        •  Flexibility
        •  Body Composition
      • Skill-Related Components of Fitness
      • Principles of Adaptation to Stress
    • Overload Principle
    • FITT
    • Frequency and Time
    • Type of Exercise
    • Intensity
    • Rest, Recovery, and Periodization
    • Reversibility
    • Individual Differences
      • Activity Guidelines
      • Fitness Guidelines
      • Creating a Successful Fitness Plan
    • Think Lifestyle
    • Safety First: Assessing Your Risk
    • Assess Your Condition
    • Set Goals
    • Create a Plan
    • Follow Through
    • Additional Safety Concerns
    • Environmental Conditions
    • Heat-Related Illness
    • Cold-Related Illnesses
  • 3- Cardiorespiratory_Fitness-2
    • Cardiorespiratory Fitness
      • What is the cardiovascular and respiratory system?
      • The Benefits of Good Cardiorespiratory Health
      • How the CR System Works
      • The CR System and Energy Production
      • Oxidative Energy System (Aerobic)
      • Immediate/Explosive Energy System
      • Non-Oxidative or Anaerobic Energy System
      • Energy Systems Combine
      • Changes in the CR System
      • Assessing CR Fitness
      • Measuring Heart Rate
      • Creating a Plan to Develop CR Fitness
      • Measuring Intensity
        • Max Heart Rate Method
        • The Karvonen Formula or Heart Rate Reserve Method
        • Other Ways to Determine Intensity
      • Cardiorespiratory Fitness Assessment
  • 4- Muscular_Fitness_Principles_final_alg2
    • Muscular Strength and Endurance
      • Types of Muscle
      • Skeletal Muscle Structure and Function
      • How Muscles Contract
      • Types of Muscular Contraction
      • Types of Isotonic Contraction
      • Muscle Fiber Types
      • Type I (Slow-Twitch Muscle Fibers)
      • Type IIb (Fast-Twitch Low-oxidative Muscle Fibers)
      • Numbers of Slow and Fast-Twitch Fibers
      • Cardiac Muscle Structure and Function
      • Smooth Muscle Structure and Function
      • Position Stand on Progression Models in Resistance Training for Healthy Adults2
      • Six Types of Resistance Training
      • Exercise Order for Resistance Training
      • Resistance Training Conclusion
  • 5- Flexibility-2
    • Flexibility
    • Benefits of Flexibility and Stretching
      • Healthy Joints and Pain Management
      • Muscle Relaxation and Stress Relief
      • Other Benefits
      • Flexibility and Aging
      • The Inactivity-Mobility Cycle
    • Improving Range of Motion
      • Joint Structure
      • Connective and Muscle Tissue
      • Neuromuscular System
    • Improving Flexibility
      • Static Stretching
      • Ballistic Stretching
      • Dynamic Stretching
      • Setting Goals
      • Applying the FITT Principle
      • When to Stretch
      • Stretching Safely
        • Stretches to Avoid
    • Assessing Your Flexibility
    • Laboratory Exercises
      • Sources
  • 6- Body_Composition
    • Body Composition
      • Diseases Associated with Excessive Body Fat
      • How Much Fat is Needed?
      • Other Health Risks
        •  Performance of physical activity
        •  Emotional wellness
        •  Pre-mature death
        •  Economic impact
      • Body Fat Distribution
      • Body Mass Index
      • How to Measure Body Composition
        •  Hydrostatic Weighing (Underwater Weighing)
        •  Dual Energy X-Ray Absorptiometry (DEXA)
        •  Air Displacement (Plethysmography)
        •  Bio-electrical Impedance Analysis (BIA)
        •  Skinfold Analysis
      • Weighing in on the U.S.
      • What Can Be Done?
      • Low Body Composition
  • 7- Nutrition
  • 8- Weight_Management
  • 9- Stress_final_alg2
    • Stress
      • Defining Stress
      • Effects of Stress on Wellness
      • What Are the Strategies for Managing Stress?
        • Fitness Tips: Stay Healthy, Manage Stress
      • Assess Your Stress Level
      • Terminology Checklist:
      • Test Your Knowledge
  • 10- CVD
  • 11-Cancer_Development
    • Cancer Development
      • By Althea K. Moser
      • Objectives:
      • What Is Cancer?
      • How Cancer Arises
      • Cancer Statistics
      • Statistics at a Glance: The Burden of Cancer in the United States
      • Types of Cancer
        • Breast Cancer
        • Cervical Cancer
        • Colorectal Cancer
        • Lung Cancer
        • Prostate Cancer
        • Testicular Cancer
        • Leukemia
        • Lymphoma
      • Risk Factors for Cancer
        • Age
        • Alcohol
        • Cancer-Causing Substances in the Environment
        • Diet
        • Hormones
        • Obesity
        • Sunlight
        • Tobacco
        • Cancer Prevention Overview
        • Cancer Treatment
      • Assessing Your Personal Risk of Cancer
  • 12- Substance_Use_and_Abuse
    • Substance Use and Abuse
      • Drug Abuse and Addiction
      • What environmental factors increase the risk of addiction?
      • What biological factors increase risk of addiction?
  • 13- STIs
    • Sexually Transmitted Diseases/Infections (STDs/STIs)
      • What are the Most Common Types of STIs?
        • Sexually Transmitted Diseases
      • What are the Most Common Types of STIs?
        •  Copyright and Reuse Text, Images, and Logos
      • Citing Healthy People 2020
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