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Total Fitness and Wellness with Behavior Change Log Book and Wellness Journal

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Edition:
4th
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9780805379358

ISBN10:
0805379355
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Pub. Date:
1/1/2011
Publisher(s):
Prentice Hall

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Summary

Total Fitness and Wellness Using an active learning approach, Total Fitness and Wellness, Fourth Edition gives readers a solid foundation in fitness and lifetime wellness, while teaching them how to make healthy behavioral changes and lifestyle choices. The Fourth Edition includes the latest research in exercise science and expanded coverage of wellness throughout the book. Understanding Health-Related Fitness and Wellness, Fitness Evaluation: Self-Testing, General Principles of Exercise for Health and Fitness, Exercise Prescription Guidelines: Cardiorespiratory Fitness, Improving Muscular Strength and Endurance, Improving Flexibility, Nutrition, Health, and Fitness, Exercise, Diet, and Weight Control, Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease, Stress Management and Modifying Unhealthy Behavior, Exercise and the Environment, Exercise for Special Populations, Prevention and Rehabilitation of Exercise-Related Injuries, Prevention of Cancer, Sexually Transmitted Infections, Addictive Substances, Life Time Fitness, Healthy People 2010, Nutritional Content of Common Foods and Beverages, Nutritional Content of Fast Foods. For all readers interested in fitness and lifetime wellness.

Table of Contents

Understanding Health-Related Fitness and Wellness
1(18)
Wellness Concept
2(1)
Nutritional Links to Health and Fitness: Good Nutrition is Essential to Achieving Physical Fitness and Wellness
2(1)
Wellness: A Healthy Lifestyle
2(1)
Physical Health
3(1)
Emotional Health
3(1)
Intellectual Health
3(1)
Spiritual Health
3(1)
Social Health
3(1)
Environmental Health
3(1)
Interaction of Wellness Components
3(1)
Achieving Wellness Through a Healthy Lifestyle
4(1)
Fitness and Wellness for all: Wellness Issues Across the Population
4(1)
Wellness Goals for the Nation
5(1)
In Summary
5(1)
Physical Activity Vs. Exercise: What's the Difference?
5(3)
Health Benefits of Exercise
5(2)
A Closer Look: Coronary Heart Disease and Heart Attacks
7(1)
In Summary
8(1)
Exercise Does Not Guarantee Good Health
8(1)
Exercise Training for Health-Related Fitness
8(1)
Components of Health-Related Physical Fitness
9(3)
In Summary
11(1)
Motivation and Setting Exercise Goals
12(1)
Physical Fitness and Wellness: A Final Word
12(7)
Summary
12(1)
Study Questions
13(1)
Suggested Reading
13(1)
References
13(2)
Laboratory 1.1: Lifestyle Assessment Inventory
15(2)
Laboratory 1.2: Fitness and Wellness Survey
17(2)
Fitness Evaluation: Self-Testing
19(50)
Evaluating Health Status
20(1)
A Closer Look: The Exercise Ecg
20(1)
In Summary
20(1)
Measuring Cardiorespiratory Fitness
21(7)
The 1.5-Mile Run Test
21(1)
The 1-Mile Walk Test
22(1)
The Cycle Ergometer Fitness Test
23(1)
A Closer Look: Maximum Oxygen Uptake V02max
24(1)
The Step Test
25(2)
Nutritional Links to Health and Fitness: Dehydration Can Negatively Impact a Cardiorespiratory Fitness Test
27(1)
Cardiorespiratory Fitness: How Do You Rate?
27(1)
In Summary
27(1)
A Closer Look: Error in Estimating V02max from Field Tests
28(1)
Evaluation of Muscular Strength
28(5)
The 1 RM Test
28(2)
Estimating the 1 RM Using a 10 RM Test
30(1)
Muscular Strength: How Do You Rate?
30(3)
In Summary
33(1)
Measurement of Muscular Endurance
33(5)
The Push-Up Test
33(2)
Modified Push-Up Test
35(1)
Fitness-Wellness Consumer: Fitness-Testing Software
35(1)
The Sit-Up Test
35(1)
The Curl-Up Test
36(1)
Muscular Endurance: How Do You Rate?
37(1)
In Summary
38(1)
Assessment of Flexibility
38(2)
Trunk Flexibility
38(1)
Shoulder Flexibility
38(1)
Flexibility: How Do You Rate?
39(1)
In Summary
39(1)
Nutritional Links to Health and Fitness: Can the Content of a Pre-Exercise Meal Improve the Results of a Fitness Test?
40(1)
Assessment of Body Composition
40(29)
The Skinfold Test
40(1)
Estimation of Body Composition: Field Techniques
41(4)
Body Composition: How Do You Rate?
45(1)
In Summary
45(1)
Summary
45(1)
Study Questions
46(1)
Suggested Reading
46(1)
References
46(3)
Laboratory 2.1: Health Status Questionnaire
49(2)
Laboratory 2.2: Measurement of Cardiorespiratory Fitness: The 1.5-Mile Run Test
51(2)
Laboratory 2.3: Measurement of Cardiorespiratory Fitness: The 1-Mile Walk Test
53(2)
Laboratory 2.4: Submaximal Cycle Test to Determine Cardiorespiratory Fitness
55(2)
Laboratory 2.5: Step Test to Determine Cardiorespiratory Fitness
57(2)
Laboratory 2.6: Measurement of Muscular Strength: The 1 RM Test
59(2)
Laboratory 2.7A: Measurement of Muscular Endurance: The Push-Up, Sit-Up, and Curl-Up Tests
61(2)
Laboratory 2.7B: Measurement of Muscular Endurance Using the Modified Push-Up Test
63(2)
Laboratory 2.8: Assessment of Flexibility: Trunk Flexion (Sit and Reach Test) and the Shoulder Flexibility Test
65(2)
Laboratory 2.9: Assessment of Body Composition
67(2)
General Principles of Exercise for Health and Fitness
69(14)
Principles of Exercise Training to Improve Physical Fitness
70(2)
Overload Principle
70(1)
Principle of Progression
70(1)
Specificity of Exercise
71(1)
Principle of Recuperation
71(1)
Nutritional Links to Health and Fitness: Diet and the Workout Hangover
72(1)
Reversibility of Training Effects
72(1)
In Summary
72(1)
General Principles of Exercise Prescription
72(5)
Fitness Goals
73(1)
Mode of Exercise
74(1)
Warm-Up
75(1)
The Workout
75(1)
Cool-Down
76(1)
Individualizing the Workout
76(1)
In Summary
76(1)
A Closer Look: Too Much Exercise Increases Your Risk of Illness
77(1)
Health Benefits of Exercise: How Much Exercise is Enough?
77(6)
In Summary
78(1)
Summary
78(1)
Study Questions
78(1)
Suggested Reading
78(1)
References
79(2)
Laboratory 3.1: Warming Up and Cooling Down
81(2)
Exercise Prescription Guidelines: Cardiorespiratory Fitness
83(38)
Benefits of Cardiorespiratory Fitness
84(1)
Physiological Basis for Developing Cardiorespiratory Fitness
84(3)
Energy to Perform Exercise
84(2)
In Summary
86(1)
Nutritional Links to Health and Fitness: What Nutrients are Most Important for Endurance Performance?
87(1)
Exercise and the Cardiorespiratory System
87(4)
The Circulatory System
87(2)
The Respiratory System
89(1)
Maximal Cardiorespiratory Function: V02max
89(1)
Physiological Responses to Exercise
89(1)
In Summary
90(1)
A Closer Look: Exercise Intensity and Lactic Acid Production: Concept of the Anaerobic Threshold
91(1)
Exercise Prescription for Cardiorespiratory Fitness
91(6)
Warm-Up
91(1)
Workout: Primary Conditioning Period
92(3)
Safety: Improving Cardiorespiratory Fitness without Injury
95(1)
Cool-Down
96(1)
In Summary
96(1)
Starting and Maintaining a Cardiorespiratory Fitness Program
97(3)
Developing an Individualized Exercise Prescription
97(2)
In Summary
99(1)
Training Techniques
100(3)
Cross Training
100(1)
A Closer Look: Frequently Asked Questions About Aerobic Workouts
101(1)
A Closer Look: Spinning---Rev It Up?
102(1)
Fartlek Training
102(1)
In Summary
102(1)
Fitness and Wellness for all: Wellness Issues Across the Population
103(1)
Aerobic Exercise Training: How the Body Adapts
103(2)
Cardiovascular System
103(1)
Respiratory System
103(1)
Skeletal Muscles and Energy-Producing Systems
103(1)
V02max
104(1)
Flexibility
104(1)
Body Composition
104(1)
In Summary
105(1)
Motivation to Maintain Cardiorespiratory Fitness
105(16)
Summary
105(1)
Study Questions
106(1)
Suggested Reading
106(1)
References
107(2)
Laboratory 4.1: Developing Your Personal Exercise Prescription
109(2)
Laboratory 4.2: Cardiorespiratory Training Log
111(2)
Laboratory 4.3: Rate of Perceived Exertion
113(2)
Laboratory 4.4: Using the Rating of Perceived Exertion Scale
115(2)
Laboratory 4.5: Blood Pressure Response to Exercise
117(2)
Laboratory 4.6: Determination of Target Heart Rate
119(2)
Improving Muscular Strength and Endurance
121(30)
Benefits of Muscular Strength and Endurance
122(1)
Physiological Basis for Developing Strength and Endurance
122(7)
Muscle Structure and Contraction
123(1)
Types of Muscle Contractions
124(1)
Muscle Fiber Types
125(1)
Recruitment of Muscle Fibers During Exercise
126(1)
Genetics and Fiber Type
126(1)
Nutritional Links to Health and Fitness: Do Weight Lifters Need Large Amounts of Protein in Their Diets?
127(1)
Factors That Determine Muscular Strength
127(1)
A Closer Look: Anabolic Steroid Use Increases Muscle Size But Has Serious Side Effects
128(1)
In Summary
128(1)
Guiding Principles for Designing a Strength and Endurance Program
129(1)
Progressive Resistance Exercise
129(1)
Principle of Specificity of Training
129(1)
Designing a Training Program for Increasing Muscle Strength
129(4)
Safety Concerns
129(1)
Ask an Expert: Resistance Training
130(1)
Training to Improve Strength Versus Training to Improve Endurance
131(1)
Types of Weight-Training Programs
131(2)
A Closer Look: Plyometric Training is Not for Everyone
133(1)
In Summary
133(1)
Exercise Prescription for Weight Training: An Overview
133(1)
Starting and Maintaining a Weight-Training Program
134(2)
Developing an Individualized Exercise Prescription
135(1)
Sample Exercise Prescription for Weight Training
135(1)
In Summary
136(1)
Strength Training: How the Body Adapts
136(8)
Physiological Changes Due to Weight Training
136(1)
Rate of Strength Improvement with Weight Training
137(1)
Gender Differences in Response to Weight Training
137(7)
In Summary
144(1)
Motivation to Maintain Strength Fitness
144(7)
A Closer Look: Frequently Asked Questions About Weight Training
145(1)
Summary
146(1)
Study Questions
147(1)
Suggested Reading
147(1)
References
148(1)
Laboratory 5.1: Strength-Training Log
149(2)
Improving Flexibility
151(22)
Benefits of Flexibility
152(1)
Physiological Basis for Developing Flexibility
152(1)
Structural Limitations to Movement
152(1)
Stretching and the Stretch Reflex
152(1)
Nutritional Links to Health and Fitness: Can Diet Supplements Improve Joint Health?
153(1)
In Summary
153(1)
Designing a Flexibility Training Program
153(1)
Static Stretching
154(1)
Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation
154(1)
Lower Back Health
154(2)
In Summary
156(1)
Exercise Prescription for Improving Flexibility
156(10)
A Closer Look: Pilates---More Than Stretching?
157(1)
How to Avoid Hazardous Exercises
157(9)
A Closer Look: When Muscles Cramp
166(1)
In Summary
166(1)
Motivation to Maintain Flexibility
166(7)
Summary
167(1)
Study Questions
167(1)
Suggested Reading
167(1)
References
168(1)
Laboratory 6.1: Flexibility Progression Log
169(2)
Laboratory 6.2: Avoiding Harmful Stretches
171(2)
Nutrition, Health, and Fitness
173(50)
Basic Nutrition
174(12)
Macronutrients
174(1)
A Closer Look: What is a Calorie?
175(5)
Nutritional Links to Health and Fitness: How Exercise Intensity Affects Fuel Use by the Muscle
180(1)
Micronutrients
180(1)
Water
181(5)
In Summary
186(1)
Guidelines for a Healthy Diet
186(12)
Nutrients
186(1)
A Closer Look: Recommended Dietary Allowances of Nutrients
187(3)
Calories
190(1)
Dietary Analysis
190(1)
A Closer Look: The Mediterranean Diet Can Help You with Dietary Planning
191(1)
Foods to Avoid
192(2)
Your New Diet
194(2)
A Closer Look: How Low Carb Foods Fit in Your Diet!
196(1)
Special Dietary Considerations
196(1)
Nutritional Links to Health and Fitness: Choosing Your Fast Food More Wisely
197(1)
A Closer Look: Choosing Fruits and Vegetables for High Nutrient Content
198(1)
In Summary
198(1)
Nutritional Aspects of Physical Fitness
198(3)
Carbohydrates
199(1)
A Closer Look: How to Control Cravings for Sweets
200(1)
Protein
200(1)
Vitamins
200(1)
Antioxidants
200(1)
In Summary
200(1)
Nutritional Links to Health and Fitness: Do Antioxidants Prevent Muscle Injury or Fatigue?
201(1)
Do Supplements Provide an Edge for Health and Performance?
201(3)
What Is a Dietary Supplement?
201(1)
Government Regulations Concerning Supplements
202(1)
The Role of Supplementation in a Healthful Diet
202(1)
In Summary
202(2)
Nutritional Links to Health and Fitness: Do Phytochemicals Protect Against Disease?
204(1)
Current Topics in Food Safety
204(19)
Foodborne Infections
204(1)
Ask an Expert: Nutrition, Exercise, and Metabolism
205(1)
Nutritional Links to Health and Fitness: How to Handle Take-Out Food Safely
206(1)
Food Additives
206(1)
Organically Grown Foods
206(1)
Fitness-Wellness Consumer: Detecting Supplement Fraud
207(1)
Irradiated Foods
208(1)
Animals Treated with Antibiotics and Hormones
208(1)
In Summary
208(1)
Summary
208(1)
Study Questions
209(1)
Suggested Reading
210(1)
References
211(2)
Laboratory 7.1: Diet Analysis
213(4)
Laboratory 7.2: Setting Goals for a Healthy Diet
217(2)
Laboratory 7.3: Construct a New Diet
219(2)
Laboratory 7.4: Assessing Nutritional Habits
221(2)
Exercise, Diet, and Weight Control
223(36)
Obesity
224(2)
A Closer Look: Obesity and the Risk of Disease
225(1)
Fitness and Wellness for All: The Search for Obesity-Related Genes
226(1)
Regional Fat Storage
226(1)
Optimal Body Weight
227(1)
Optimal Body Weight Based on Percent Fat
227(1)
In Summary
227(1)
Fitness-Wellness Consumer: Commercial Devices for Measuring Body Composition
228(1)
Physiology of Weight Control
228(6)
Ask an Expert: Obesity and Weight Loss
229(1)
Energy Balance Concept of Weight Control
229(3)
Fat Deficit Concept of Weight Control
232(1)
Low Carbohydrate Diets and Weight Loss
232(1)
What Is a Safe Rate of Weight Loss?
232(1)
A Closer Look: More Details on Low-Carbohydrate Diets and Weight Loss
233(1)
Where on the Body Does Fat Reduction Occur?
233(1)
In Summary
234(1)
Establishing a Successful Weight Loss Program
234(6)
Weight Loss Goals
234(1)
Role of Diet in Weight Loss
234(1)
A Closer Look: Short-Term and Long-Term Weight Loss Goals
235(1)
Nutritional Links to Health and Fitness: Frequently Asked Questions About Weight-Loss Diets
236(1)
Exercise and Weight Loss
237(1)
Exercise and Appetite
237(1)
Behavior Modification
237(2)
A Closer Look: What Intensity of Aerobic Exercise is Best for Burning Fat?
239(1)
In Summary
239(1)
Fitness-Wellness Consumer: Are Diet Pills Safe and Effective?
240(1)
Lifetime Weight Control
240(1)
Weight Loss Myths
240(2)
Diet Pills Really Work
240(1)
Spot Reduction Can Occur
240(1)
Eating Before Bedtime Makes You Fatter
240(1)
Cellulite Is a Special Type of Fat
241(1)
Fat-Dissolving Creams Are Effective
241(1)
Saunas, Steambaths, and Rubber Suits Can Aid in Long-Term Weight Loss
241(1)
Eating Disorders
242(1)
Anorexia Nervosa
242(1)
Bulimia
242(1)
In Summary
243(1)
Exercise and Diet Programs to Gain Weight
243(16)
Gaining Body Fat
243(1)
Nutritional Links to Health and Fitness: Do Protein Supplements Have a Role in Promoting Muscle Growth?
244(1)
Gaining Muscle Mass
244(1)
In Summary
245(1)
Summary
245(1)
Study Questions
245(1)
Suggested Reading
246(1)
References
246(3)
Laboratory 8.1: Determining Ideal Body Weight Using Percent Body Fat and the Body Mass Index
249(2)
Laboratory 8.2: Estimating Daily Caloric Expenditure and the Caloric Deficit Required to Lose 1 Pound of Fat per Week
251(2)
Laboratory 8.3: Weight Loss Goals and Progress Report
253(2)
Laboratory 8.4: Assessing Body Image
255(2)
Laboratory 8.5: What Triggers Your Eating?
257(2)
Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease
259(22)
Cardiovascular Disease in the United States
260(1)
Cardiovascular Diseases
260(4)
Arteriosclerosis
260(1)
Fitness and Wellness for All: Who is at Greatest Risk of Cardiovascular Disease?
261(1)
Coronary Heart Disease
261(1)
Stroke
261(2)
A Closer Look: Heart Attack: Recognition of Symptoms and Emergency Action
263(1)
Hypertension
263(1)
In Summary
264(1)
Risk Factors Associated with Coronary Heart Disease
264(5)
Major Risk Factors
264(2)
A Closer Look: Nih's Blood Cholesterol Guidelines
266(1)
Contributory Risk Factors
267(1)
Nutritional Links to Health and Fitness: High Sodium Intake Increases the Risk of Hypertension
268(1)
In Summary
269(1)
Reducing Your Risk of Heart Disease
269(3)
Modification of Major Risk Factors
269(1)
Nutritional Links to Health and Fitness: Can Antioxidant Vitamins Reduce Your Risk of Coronary Heart Disease?
270
Nutritional Links to Health and Fitness: Diet and Blood Cholesterol Levels
241(30)
Modification of Contributory CHD Risk Factors
271(1)
In Summary
271(1)
A Closer Look: Frequently Asked Questions About Exercise, Diet, and Heart Disease
272(1)
Lowering Your Risk of Coronary Heart Disease: A Final Word
272(9)
Summary
272(1)
Study Questions
273(1)
Suggested Reading
273(1)
References
273(2)
Laboratory 9.1: Find Your Cholesterol Plan
275(2)
Laboratory 9.2: Understanding Your CVD Risk
277(2)
Laboratory 9.3: Assessing Your Genetic Predisposition for Cardiovascular Disease
279(2)
Stress Management and Modifying Unhealthy Behavior
281(38)
Stress Management
282(9)
Stress: An Overview
282(1)
Stress and Disease
282(2)
Assessment of Stress
284(2)
In Summary
286(1)
Steps in Stress Management
286(1)
A Closer Look: Time Management Guidelines
287(2)
A Closer Look: Progressive Relaxation Training
289(1)
A Closer Look: How Much Sleep is Enough?
290(1)
Stress Management: Closing Remarks
291(1)
In Summary
291(1)
Modifying Unhealthy Behavior
291(28)
Fitness-Wellness Consumer: Can Nutritional Supplements Reduce Emotional Stress?
293(1)
Model for Changing Behavior
293(1)
A Closer Look: How Much Stress is Too Much?
294(1)
A Closer Look: Stress and College Students
295(1)
Specific Behavior Modification Goals
295(1)
A Closer Look: Road Rage
296(1)
Injury Prevention
296(3)
In Summary
299(1)
Summary
299(1)
Study Questions
299(1)
Suggested Reading
299(1)
References
300(1)
Laboratory 10.1: Stress Index Questionnaire
301(2)
Laboratory 10.2: Keeping a Stress Diary
303(2)
Laboratory 10.3: Time Management and Establishing Priorities
305(4)
Laboratory 10.4: Task Management
309(2)
Laboratory 10.5: Assessing Your Personality Type
311(2)
Laboratory 10.6: Assessing Your Risk of Stress-Related Illness
313(4)
Laboratory 10.7: Are You an Aggressive Driver?
317(2)
Exercise and the Environment
319(18)
Exercise in the Heat
320(7)
Heat Loss During Exercise
320(1)
Guidelines for Exercise in the Heat
320(3)
Exercise Clothing for Hot Environments
323(1)
Heat Acclimatization
323(1)
Ask an Expert: Exercising in Extreme Conditions
324(2)
Nutritional Links to Health and Fitness: Guidelines for Fluid Intake During Exercise in a Hot Environment
326(1)
In Summary
326(1)
A Closer Look: Adverse Effects of Dehydration
327(1)
Exercise in the Cold
327(2)
A Closer Look: Exercise in the Cold---But Don't Get Wet!
328(1)
Exercise Clothing for Cold Environments
328(1)
Fitness-Wellness Consumer: Advances in Cold-Weather Clothing
329(1)
In Summary
329(1)
Exercise and Altitude
329(2)
In Summary
330(1)
A Closer Look: Be Cautious of High Altitudes!
331(1)
Exercise and Air Pollution
331(6)
Major Forms of Air Pollution
331(1)
Coping with Air Pollution
332(1)
In Summary
332(1)
Summary
332(1)
Study Questions
333(1)
Suggested Reading
333(1)
References
333(2)
Laboratory 11.1: Exercising in Harsh Environments
335(2)
Exercise for Special Populations
337(14)
Orthopedic Problems
338(1)
Obesity
338(1)
Diabetes
339(2)
A Closer Look: Use Exercise Accessories to Help With Special Conditions
339(1)
Exercise for Type I Diabetics
340(1)
Nutritional Links to Health and Fitness: The Roles of Diet and Exercise in Controlling Blood Glucose
340(1)
Exercise for Type II Diabetics
341(1)
In Summary
341(1)
Asthma
341(1)
Pregnancy
342(1)
Aging
343(8)
Physiological Changes with Aging
344(1)
Guidelines for Exercise
344(1)
In Summary
344(1)
A Closer Look: Find a Sport for Your Disability
345(1)
Summary
345(1)
Study Questions
345(1)
Suggested Reading
346(1)
References
346(3)
Laboratory 12.1: Exercise Training and Special Populations: Pregnant Women and Individuals with Asthma
349(2)
Prevention and Rehabilitation of Exercise-Related Injuries
351(20)
The Risk and Causes of Injury from Increased Physical Activity
352(1)
In Summary
353(1)
Common Injuries: Cause and Prevention
353(6)
Back Pain
353(1)
Nutritional Links to Health and Fitness: The Role of Nutrition in Repair of Exercise-Induced Injuries
353(2)
Acute Muscle Soreness
355(1)
Delayed-Onset Muscle Soreness
355(1)
Muscle Strains
356(1)
Tendonitis
356(1)
Ligament Sprains
357(1)
Torn Cartilage
358(1)
A Closer Look: Arthroscopic Surgery: A High-Tech Approach to Joint Repair
358(1)
In Summary
359(1)
Common Injuries to the Lower Extremities
359(2)
Patella-Femoral Pain Syndrome
359(1)
Shin Splints
360(1)
Stress Fractures
360(1)
In Summary
361(1)
Reducing Your Risk of Injury
361(1)
A Closer Look: Can Deep Water Running Help Your Recovery?
362(1)
Management of Injuries
362(9)
Initial Treatment of Injuries
362(1)
Rehabilitation
363(1)
In Summary
364(1)
Summary
364(1)
Study Questions
365(1)
Suggested Reading
365(1)
References
365(2)
Laboratory 13.1: Prevention of Injuries During Exercise
367(2)
Laboratory 13.2: Flexibility and Back Pain Risk
369(2)
Prevention of Cancer
371(16)
What is Cancer?
372(15)
Types of Cancer
372(1)
A Closer Look: the Seven Warning Signs of Cancer
373(1)
A Closer Look: Breast Self-Examination
374(1)
A Closer Look: Testicular Self-Examination
375(1)
How Do Normal Cells Become Cancerous?
375(1)
In Summary
375(1)
Cancer Risk Factors
375(2)
Fitness and Wellness for All: Race and the Risk of Cancer in the United States
377(1)
In Summary
377(1)
A Closer Look: Early Detection of Skin Cancer
378(1)
Cancer Prevention
378(1)
A Closer Look: Protect Your Skin from Ultraviolet (UV) Rays
379(1)
Nutritional Links to Health and Fitness: Foods High in Antioxidants May Reduce Your Risk of Cancer
380(1)
Nutritional Links to Health and Fitness: Dietary Guidelines for Lowering Cancer Risk
381(1)
Exercise Reduces the Risk of Cancer
381(1)
In Summary
382(1)
Summary
382(1)
Study Questions
382(1)
Suggested Reading
383(1)
References
383(2)
Laboratory 14.1: Determining Your Cancer Risk
385(2)
Sexually Transmitted Infections
387(18)
Sexually Transmitted Infections
388(10)
AIDS
388(1)
Stages of HIV Infection
389(2)
Fitness and Wellness for All: STIs are a Worldwide Problem
391(1)
A Closer Look: the Search for a Cure for Aids
392(1)
In Summary
392(1)
Trichomoniasis
392(1)
Symptoms and Treatment
393(1)
Chlamydia
393(1)
In Summary
394(1)
Hepatitis B
394(1)
Gonorrhea
395(1)
In Summary
396(1)
Venereal Warts
396(1)
Genital Herpes
396(1)
Syphilis
397(1)
In Summary
397(1)
Other STIs
398(1)
In Summary
398(1)
Reducing Your Risk for Sexually Transmitted Infections
398(7)
Abstinence
398(1)
A Closer Look: Answers to Frequently Asked Questions About STIs
399(1)
Monogamy
399(1)
Use of Latex Condoms (Males)
399(1)
Female Condoms
399(1)
Nonoxynal-9
400(1)
Limiting the Number of Sexual Partners
400(1)
Discuss STIs with Secual Partners
400(1)
Avoid Use of Drugs and Alcohol
400(1)
Other Protective Measures
400(1)
In Summary
401(1)
Summary
401(1)
Study Questions
401(1)
Suggested Reading
401(1)
References
402(1)
Laboratory 15.1: Inventory of Attitudes and Behaviors Toward Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)
403(2)
Addictive Substances
405(14)
Addiction
406(1)
In Summary
406(1)
Substance Abuse
406(8)
Risk of Drug Addiction
407(1)
In Summary
407(1)
Alcohol
407(1)
A Closer Look: What's Fashionable on the Drug Scene Today?
408(2)
Nutritional Links to Health and Fitness: Alcohol Abuse and Undernutrition
410(1)
Marijuana
410(1)
Cocaine
411(1)
In Summary
412(1)
Tobacco
412(1)
Use of Caffeine
413(1)
Fitness and Wellness for All: The Pervasiveness of Drug Abuse in America
414(1)
In Summary
414(1)
Say ``No'' to Drugs
414(5)
In Summary
415(1)
Summary
415(1)
Study Questions
415(1)
Suggested Reading
415(1)
References
416(1)
Laboratory 16.1: Alcohol Abuse Inventory
417(2)
Lifetime Fitness and Wellness
419
Exercise Adherence: Lifetime Fitness and Wellness
420(5)
Goal Setting for Active Lifestyles
420(1)
Selecting Activities
420(1)
Planning Exercise Sessions
421(1)
Monitoring Progress
421(1)
Ask an Expert: Exercise Adherence
422(1)
Social Support
423(1)
Peers as Role Models
423(1)
Fitness-Wellness Consumer: Health Clubs: Choosing a Fitness Facility
423(1)
A Closer Look: What is a Fitness Expert?
424(1)
Changing Physical Activity Needs
424(1)
In Summary
424(1)
A Closer Look: the Keys to Success in Exercise Adherence
424(1)
Diet and Fitness Products: Consumer Issues
425(2)
Common Misconceptions About Physical Fitness
425(1)
Nutritional Links to Health and Fitness: Do Nutritional Ergogenic AIDS Promote Physical Fitness?
425(2)
In Summary
427(1)
Aging: A Challenge for Physical Fitness and Wellness
427(2)
Age-Related Changes to Your Body
428(1)
Delaying the Aging Process: Successful Aging
429(1)
Informed Health Care Choices
429(3)
Choosing a Personal Physicial
429(1)
A Closer Look: Glossary of Medical Specialists
430(1)
Deciding When to See a Doctor
431(1)
Timing of Regular Medical Checkups and Medical Tests
431(1)
Effective Communication with Your Doctor Is Important
431(1)
Lifetime Commitment to Wellness
432
A Closer Look: the Keys to Success in Lifetime Wellness
433(1)
Summary
433(1)
Study Questions
433(1)
Suggested Reading
434(1)
References
434(3)
Laboratory 17.1: Wellness Profile
437(2)
Laboratory 17.2: Evaluating Fitness Products
439
Appendix A: Healthy People 2010 1(1)
Appendix B: Nutritional Content of Common Foods and Beverages 1(1)
Appendix C: Nutritional Content of Fast Foods 1(1)
Glossary 1(1)
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