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Turn active learning into active living with PRINCIPLES AND LABS FOR PHYSICAL FITNESS, Sixth Edition, will guide you through the development of an attainable and enjoyable fitness program. With over 100 pieces of art that make this text truly engaging, the book gives you the motivation and techniques you need to apply what you're learning about fitness, including behavior change, nutrition, cardiorespiratory endurance, flexibility, and strength. Perforated laboratory worksheets found at the end of each chapter help you analyze and understand concepts, and move to the next state of behavioral modification. With Hoeger and Hoeger, you'll soon learn how to take control of your personal health and lifestyle habits so you can make a constant and deliberate effort to stay healthy and realize your highest potential for well being.
Table of Contents
|Why Physical Fitness?|
|Nutrition for Wellness|
|Body Composition Assessment|
|Principles of Weight Management|
|Muscular Strength and Endurance|
|Skill-Related Fitness and Comprehensive Fitness Programming|
|Stress Assessment and Management Techniques|
|A Healthy Lifestyle Approach|
|Nutrition Values of Selected Foods|
|Computer Data Form|
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