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Total Fitness : Exercise, Nutrition, and Wellness,9780205291205

Total Fitness : Exercise, Nutrition, and Wellness

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0205291201
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Pub. Date:
1/1/1999
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Summary

Total Fitness: Exercise, Nutrition, and Wellness weaves together the concepts of exercise and diet in combination with various wellness concepts, defining total fitness. The second edition addresses important issues such as exercise-related injuries, exercise and the environment, and exercise for special populations, in addition to covering the primary concepts of physical fitness and wellness. The text provides a strong foundation in both exercise physiology and nutrition and includes the latest research in these areas. The text provides clear and objective research-based information to college students during their first course in physical fitness and wellness, with the intent of dispelling the many myths associated with exercise, nutrition, and wellness. Further, the book provides a how-to approach for the evaluation of various wellness components such as fitness levels and nutritional status. Finally, the text describes ways to bring about a change in lifestyle which will lead to a higher degree of wellness. The text is a valuable tool for students and instructors for understanding and implementing a comprehensive fitness, nutritional, and wellness program.

Table of Contents

Preface xv
Understanding Health-Related Fitness and Wellness
1(16)
Health Benefits of Exercise
2(1)
Exercise Reduces the Risk of Heart Disease
2(1)
A Closer Look 1.1
Surgeon General's Report on Physical Activity and Health
2(1)
Exercise Reduces the Risk of Diabetes
3(1)
Exercise Increases Bone Mass
3(1)
A Closer Look 1.2
Coronary Heart Disese and Heart Attacks
3(1)
Exercise Maintains Physical Working Capacity during Aging
4(1)
Exercise Increses Longevity
4(1)
Exercise Does Not Guarantee Good Health
4(1)
Exercise Training for Health-Related Fitness
4(1)
Components of Health-Related Physical Fitness
5(1)
Cardiorespiratory Endurance
6(1)
Muscular Strength
6(1)
Muscular Endurance
7(1)
Flexibility
7(1)
Body Composition
8(1)
Wellness Concept
8(1)
Wellness: A Healthy Lifestyle
8(1)
Physical Health
8(1)
Emotional Health
8(1)
Nutritional Links to Health and Fitness 1.1
Good Nutrition is Critical to Achieving Physical Fitness and Wellness
9(1)
Intellectual Health
9(1)
Spiritual Health
10(1)
Social Health
10(1)
Interaction of Wellness Components
10(1)
Living a Healthy Lifestyle
10(1)
Motivation and Exercise Goal Setting
10(1)
Physical Fitness and Wellness: A Final Word
11(6)
Summary
11(1)
Study Questions
12(1)
Suggested Reading
12(1)
Suggested Readings on the World Wide Web
12(1)
References
12(3)
Laboratory 1.1 Lifestyle Assessment Inventory
15(2)
Fitness Evaluation: Self-Testing
17(44)
Evaluating Health Status
18(1)
Nutritional Links to Health and Fitness 2.1
Can the Content of a Pre-exercise Meal Improve the Results of a Fitness Test?
18(1)
Measuring Cardiorespiratory Fitness
19(1)
A Closer Look 2.1
The Exercise ECG
19(1)
The 1.5-Mile Run Test
19(1)
The 1-Mile Walk Test
20(1)
The Cycle Ergometer Fitness Test
21(3)
The Step Test
24(2)
A Closer Look 2.2
Maximal Oxygen Uptake (VO2 Max)
25(1)
Cardiorespiratory Fitness: How Do You Rate?
26(1)
Evaluation of Muscular Strength
26(1)
The 1 RM Test
26(1)
Muscular Strength: How Do You Rate?
27(2)
Measurement of Muscular Endurance
29(1)
The Push-Up Test
29(1)
The Sit-Up Test
29(1)
The Curl-Up Test
30(2)
Muscular Endurance: How Do You Rate?
32(1)
Assessment of Flexibility
32(1)
Trunk Flexibility
33(1)
Shoulder Flexibility
33(2)
Flexibility: How Do You Rate?
35(1)
Assessment of Body Composition
35(1)
The Skinfold Test
35(1)
Estimation of Body Composition: Field Techniques
36(3)
Waist-to-Hip Circumference Ratio
36(3)
Body Mass Index
39(1)
Height/Weight Tables
39(1)
Body Coposition: How Do You Rate?
39(22)
Summary
40(1)
Study Questions
41(1)
Suggested Reading
41(1)
Suggested Readings on the World Wide Web
41(1)
References
41(2)
Laboratory 2.1 Health Status Questionnaire
43(2)
Laboratory 2.2 Measurement of Cardiorespiratory Fitness: The 1.5-Mile Run
45(2)
Laboratory 2.3 Measurement of Cardiorespiratory Fitness: The 1-Mile Walk Test
47(2)
Laboratory 2.4 Submaximal Cycle Test to Determine Cardiorespiratory Fitness
49(2)
Laboratory 2.5 Step Test to Determine Cardiorespiratory Fitness
51(2)
Laboratory 2.6 Measurement of Muscular Strength: The 1 RM Test
53(2)
Laboratory 2.7 Measurement of Muscular Endurance: The Push-Up and Sit-Up Tests
55(2)
Laboratory 2.8 Assessment of Flexibility: The Trunk Flexation and the Shoulder Flexibility Tests
57(2)
Laboratory 2.9 Assessment of Body Composition
59(2)
General Principles of Exercise for Health and Fitness
61(12)
Principles of Exercise Training to Improve Physical Fitness
62(1)
Overload Principle
62(1)
Principle of Progression
62(1)
Specificity of Exercise
63(1)
Principle of Recuperation
63(1)
Nutritional Links to Health and Fitness 3.1
Diet and the Workout Hangover
64(1)
Reversibility of Training Effects
64(1)
General Principles of Exercise Prescription
65(1)
Fitness Goals
65(2)
Set Realistic Goals
66(1)
Establish Short-Term Goals First
66(1)
Set Realistic Long-Term Goals
66(1)
Establish Lifetime Maintenance Goals
66(1)
List Goals in Written Form
66(1)
Recognize Obstacles to Achieving Goals
66(1)
Mode of Exercise
67(1)
Warm-Up
68(1)
Primary Conditioning Period: The Workout Plan
68(1)
Cool-Down
68(1)
A Closer Look 3.1
Too Much Exercise Increases Your Risk of Colds
69(1)
Individualizing the Workout
69(1)
How Much Exercise Is Enough?
70(3)
Summary
70(1)
Study Questions
71(1)
Suggested Reading
71(1)
Suggested Readings on the World Wide Web
71(1)
References
71(2)
Exercise Prescription Guidelines: Cardiorespiratory Fitness
73(30)
Benefits of Cardiorespiratory Fitness
74(1)
Physiological Basis for Developing Cardiorespiratory Fitness
74(1)
Energy To Perform Exercise
74(2)
Nutritional Links to Health and Fitness 4.1
Creatine Monohydrate: A Real Ergogenic Aid?
75(1)
Anaerobic ATP Production
75(1)
Aerobic ATP Production
75(1)
The Energy Continuum
76(1)
Exercise and the Cardiorespiratory System
76(1)
The Circulatory System
76(2)
Blood Pressure
78(1)
The Respiratory System
79(1)
Maximal Cardiorespiratory Function: VO2 Max
79(1)
Physiological Responses To Exercise
79(2)
Circulatory Responses
80(1)
Respiratory Responses
80(1)
Responses of the Energy-Producing Systems
80(1)
Exercise Prescription for Cardiorespiratory Fitness
81(1)
Warm-Up
81(1)
Workout: Primary Conditioning Period
81(3)
Mode
81(1)
A Closer Look 4.1
Exercise Intensity and Lactic Acid Production: Concept of the Anaerobic Threshold
82(1)
Frequency
83(1)
Intensity
84(1)
Duration
84(1)
Safety: Improving Cardiorespiratory Fitness without Injury
84(1)
Cool-Down
85(1)
Starting and Maintaining a Cardiorespiratory Fitness Program
85(1)
Developing an Individualized Exercise Prescription
86(2)
Starter Phase
86(1)
Slow Progression Phase
86(1)
Maintenance Phase
87(1)
Nutritional Links To Halth and Fitness 4.2
Fuels for Endurance Exercise
87(1)
Sample Exercise Prescriptions
88(1)
Training Techniques
88(1)
Cross Training
88(1)
Long, Slow Distance Training
88(1)
Interval Training
89(1)
Fartlek Training
90(1)
Aerobic Exercise Training: How the Body Adapts
91(1)
Cardiovascular System
91(1)
Respiratory System
92(1)
Skeletal Muscles and Energy-Producing Systems
92(1)
VO2 Max
92(1)
Flexibility
93(1)
Body Composition
93(1)
Nutritional Links To Health and Fitness 4.3
Nutritional Supplements and Exercise Performance
93(1)
Summary: Endurance Training Adaptations
94(1)
Motivation to Maintain Cardiorespiratory Fitness
94(9)
Summary
94(1)
Study Questions
95(1)
Suggested Reading
96(1)
Suggested Readings on the World Wide Web
96(1)
References
96(3)
Laboratory 4.1: Developing Your Personal Exercise Prescription
99(2)
Laboratory 4.2: Cardiorespiratory Training Log
101(2)
Improving Muscular Strength and Endurance
103(30)
Benefits of Muscular Strength and Endurance
104(1)
Physiological Basis for Developing Strength and Endurance
104(1)
Muscle Structure and Contraction
105(1)
Muscle Structure
105(1)
Muscle Contraction
105(1)
Types of Muscle Contractions
105(3)
Nutritional Links To Health and Fitness 5.1
Are Muscle Cramps Associated with Nutritional Deficits?
108(1)
Muscle Fiber Types
108(1)
Slow-Twitch Fibers
108(1)
Fast-Twitch Fibers
108(1)
Intermediate Fibers
109(1)
Recruitment of Muscle Fibers during Exercise
109(1)
A Closer Look 5.1
Anabolic Steroid Use Increases Muscle Size but Has Serious Side Effects
110(1)
Genetics and Fiber Type
110(1)
Factors that Determine Muscular Strength
110(2)
Muscle Size
110(1)
Muscle Fiber Recruitment
110
Nutritional Links To Health and Fitness 5.2
HMB: An Alternative to Steriods?
108(4)
Guiding Principles for Designing a Strength and Endurance Program
112(1)
Progressive Resistance Exercise
112(1)
Principle of Specificity
112(1)
Designing a Training Program for Increasing Muscle Strength
112(1)
Safety Concerns
112(1)
Training to Improve Strength Versus Training to Improve Endurance
113(1)
Types of Weight Training Programs
114(1)
Isotonic Programs
114(1)
Isometric Programs
114(1)
Isokinetic Programs
114(1)
Exercise Prescription for Weight Training: An Overview
114(2)
Starting and Maintaining a Weight Training Program
116(1)
Developing an Individualized Exercise Prescription
116(1)
Starter Phase
116(1)
Slow Progression Phase
116(1)
Maintenance Phase
116(1)
Sample Exercise Prescription for Weight Training
117(7)
Strength Training: How the Body Adapts
124(1)
Physiological Changes Due to Weight Training
124(1)
Rate of Strength Improvement with Weight Training
124(1)
Gender Differences in Response to Weight Training
125(1)
Motivation To Maintain Strength Fitness
125(8)
Nutritional Links To Health And Fitness 5.3
Do Weight Lifters Need Large Amounts of Protein in Their Diet?
126(1)
Nutritional Links To Health And Fitness 5.4
Chromium Picolinate: Does It Alter Body Composition?
126(1)
Summary
127(1)
Study Questions
128(1)
Suggested Reading
128(1)
Suggested Readings on the World Wide Web
129(1)
References
129(2)
Laboratory 5.1: Strength Training Log
131(2)
Improving Flexibility
133(18)
Benefits of Flexibility
134(1)
Physiological Basis for Developing Flexibility
134(1)
Structural Limitations to Movement
134(1)
Stretching and the Stretch Reflex
134(1)
Designing a Flexibility Training Program
135(1)
Static Stretching
135(1)
Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation
135(2)
Nutritional Links To Health And Fitness 6.1
Does Diet Influence Flexibility?
136(1)
Exercise Prescription for Improving Flexibility
137(1)
How to Avoid Hazardous Exercises
138(1)
Sample Flexibility Exercises
139(8)
Motivation to Maintain Flexibility
147(4)
Summary
147(1)
Study Questions
147(1)
Suggested Reading
148(1)
Suggested Readings on the World Wide Web
148(1)
References
148(1)
Laboratory 6.1: Flexibility Progression Log
149(2)
Nutrition, Health, and Fitness
151(40)
Basic Nutrition
152(1)
Macronutrients
152(7)
A Closer Look 7.1
What Is a Calorie?
152(1)
Carbohydrates
152(1)
Simple Carbohydrates
153(1)
Complex Carbohydrates
154(1)
Fat
155(1)
Simple Fats
155(2)
Compound Fats
157(1)
Derived Fats
157(1)
Protein
157(1)
Nutritional Links To Health And Fitness 7.1
How Exercise Intensity Affects Fuel Use by the Muscle
158(1)
Micronutrients
159(1)
Vitamins
159(1)
Minerals
160(1)
Water
160(5)
Guidelines for a Healthy Diet
165(1)
Nutrients
165(1)
Calories
165(3)
A Closer Look 7.2
New Guidelines for Dietary Nutrients!
168(1)
Dietary Analysis
168(2)
Foods to Avoid
170(3)
A Closer Look 7.3
Breaking the Salt Habit
173(1)
Your New Diet
173(1)
Special Dietary Considerations
174(2)
Vitamins
174(1)
Iron
174(1)
Calcium
175(1)
Nutritional Aspects of Physical Fitness
176(1)
Carbohydrates
176(1)
Protein
176(2)
A Closer Look 7.4
How to Control Cravings for Sweets
177(1)
Nutritional Links To Health And Fitness 7.2
Vitamin C: Cure for the Common Cold?
178(1)
Vitamins
178(1)
Antioxidants
178(1)
Current Topics in Food Safety
179(1)
Foodborne Infections
179(1)
Food Additives
179(1)
Nutritional Links To Health And Fitness 7.3
How Long After Eating Should I Wait to Swim?
180(1)
Organically Grown Foods
180(1)
Irradiated Foods
180(1)
Nutritional Links To Health And Fitness 7.4
Do Antioxidants Prevent Muscle Injury or Fatigue?
181(1)
Animals Treated with Antibiotics and Hormones
181(10)
Summary
181(1)
Study Questions
182(1)
Suggested Reading
183(1)
Suggested Readings on the World Wide Web
183(1)
References
184(1)
Laboratory 7.1: Diet Analysis
185(4)
Laboratory 7.2: Construct a New Diet
189(2)
Exercise, Diet, and Weight Control
191(28)
Obesity
192(1)
A Closer Look 8.1
Obesity and Disease
192(1)
Regional Fat Storage
193(1)
Optimal Body Weight
193(1)
Optimal Body Weight Based on Percent Fat
193(2)
Physiology of Weight Control
195(1)
Energy Balance Concept of Weight Control
196(1)
Energy Expenditure
196(1)
Estimating Daily Energy Expenditure
197(1)
Fat Deficit Concept of Weight Control
197(1)
What Is a Safe Rate of Weight Loss?
198(1)
Where on the Body Does Fat Reduction Occur?
198(1)
Establishing a Successful Weight Loss Program
199(1)
Weight Loss Goals
199(1)
Role of Diet in Weight Loss
199(2)
A Closer Look 8.2
Short-Term and Long-Term Weight Loss Goals
200(1)
Exercise and Weight Loss
201(2)
Nutritional Links To Health And Fitness
8.1(203)
Low-Carbohydrate Diets: Are They Safe and Effective?
203(1)
Exercise and Appetite
203(1)
Behavior Modification
203(2)
Lifetime Weight Control
205(1)
Weight Loss Myths
205(1)
Diet Pills
205(1)
Spot Reduction
205(1)
Grapefruit Diet
205(1)
Eating before Bedtime
205(1)
Cellulite
206(1)
Fat-Dissolving Creams
206(1)
Saunas, Steambaths, and Rubber Suits
206(1)
Eating Disorders
206(1)
Anorexia Nervosa
206(1)
Bulimia
207(1)
Exercise and Diet Programs to Gain Weight
208(1)
Gaining Body Fat
208(1)
Gaining Muscle Mass
208(11)
Nutritional Links To Health And Fitness 8.2
Can Nutritional Supplements Promote Muscle Growth?
209(1)
Summary
210(1)
Study Questions
210(1)
Suggested Reading
211(1)
Suggested Readings on the World Wide Web
211(1)
References
211(2)
Laboratory 8.1 Determining Ideal Body Weight Using Percent Body Fat and the Body Mass Index
213(2)
Laboratory 8.2 Estimating Daily Caloric Expenditure and the Caloric Deficit Required to Lose 1 Pound of Fat Per Week
215(2)
Laboratory 8.3 Weight Loss Goals and Progress Report
217(2)
Exercise and the Environment
219(16)
Exercise in the Heat
220(1)
Heat Loss during Exercise
220(1)
Guidelines for Exercise in the Heat
220(3)
Exercise Clothing for Hot Environments
223(1)
Heat Acclimatization
224(2)
Nutritional Links To Health And Fitness 9.1
Guidelines for Fluid Intake during Exercise in a Hot Environment
225(1)
A Closer Look 9.1
Adverse Effects of Dehydration
226(1)
Exercise in the Cold
226(1)
Exercise Clothing for Cold Environments
227(1)
A Closer Look 9.2
Exercise in the Cold---But Don't Get Wet!
227(1)
Exercise and Altitude
228(1)
Exercise and Air Pollution
229(1)
Major Forms of Air Pollution
229(1)
Coping with Air Pollution
230(5)
Summary
231(1)
Study Questions
231(1)
Suggested Reading
232(1)
Suggested Readings on the World Wide Web
232(5)
References
237
Exercise for Special Populations
235(12)
Orthopedic Problems
236(1)
Obesity
237(1)
Diabetes
237(1)
Nutritional Links To Health And Fitness 10.2
Control of Blood Sugar (Glucose) by Exercise
238(1)
Exercise for Type I Diabetics
238(1)
Exercise for Type II Diabetics
239(1)
Asthma
239(1)
Pregnancy
240(1)
Aging
241(1)
Physiological Changes with Aging
241(1)
Guidelines for Exercise
242(5)
Summary
243(1)
Study Questions
243(1)
Suggested Reading
244(1)
Suggested Readings on the World Wide Web
244(1)
References
244(3)
Prevention and Rehabilitation of Exercise-Related Injuries
247(18)
The Risk and Causes of Injury from Increased Physical Activity
248(2)
Nutritional Links To Health And Fitness 11.1
Does Nutrition Have a Role in Repair of Exercise-Induced Injuries?
249(1)
Common Injuries: Cause and Prevention
250(1)
Back Pain
250(1)
Cause
250(1)
Prevention
250(1)
Acute Muscle Soreness
251(1)
Cause
251(1)
Prevention
251(1)
Dalyed-Onset Muscle Sorness
251(1)
Cause
251(1)
Prevention
252(1)
Muscle Strains
252(1)
Cause
252(1)
Prevention
253(1)
Tendonitis
253(1)
Cause
253(1)
Prevention
253(1)
Ligament Sprains
253(1)
Cause
253(1)
Prevention
254(1)
Torn Cartilage
254(2)
Cause
254(1)
A Closer Look 11.1
Arthroscopic Surgery: A High-Tech Approach to Joint Repair
255(1)
Prevention
256(1)
Common Injuries to the Lower Extremities
256(1)
Patella-Femoral Pain Syndrome
256(1)
Cause
256(1)
Prevention
257(1)
Shin Splints
257(1)
Cause
257(1)
Prevention
257(1)
Stress Fractures
258(1)
Cause
258(1)
Prevention
258(1)
Reducing Your Risk of Injury
258(1)
Management of Injuries
258(1)
Initial Treatment
259(1)
Rehabilitation
259(6)
Summary
260(1)
Study Questions
261(1)
Suggested Reading
261(1)
Suggested Readings on the World Wide Web
262(1)
References
262(1)
Laboratory 11.1: Prevention of Injuries during Exercise
263(2)
Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease
265(20)
Cardiovasscular Diseases in the United States
266(1)
Cardivoascular Diseases
266(1)
Arteriosclerosis
266(1)
Coronary Heart Disease
267(2)
A Closer Look 12.1
Heart Attack: Recognition of Symptoms and Emergency Action
268(1)
Stroke
269(1)
Hypertension
269(1)
Risk Factors Associated with Coronary Heart Disease
270(1)
Major Risk Factors
270(4)
Smoking
270(2)
A Closer Look 12.2
Relationship between Blood Cholesterol and Coronary Heart Disease
272(1)
Hypertension
272(1)
High Blood Cholesterol Levels
272(1)
Physical Inactivity
273(1)
Heredity
273(1)
Gender
273(1)
Increasing Age
274(1)
Contributory Risk Factors
274(2)
Diabetes
274(1)
Obesity
274(2)
Nutritional Links To Health And Fitness 12.1
High Sodium Intake Increases the Risk of Hypertension
276(1)
Stress
276(1)
Reducing Your Risk of Heart Disease
276(1)
Modification of Major Risk Factors
276(2)
Nutritional Links To Health And Fitness 12.2
Diet and Blood Cholesterol Levels
277(1)
Nutritional Links To Health And Fitness 12.3
Antioxidant Vitamins May Reduce Your Risk of Coronary Heart Disease
278(1)
Modification of Contributory CHD Risk Factors
278(1)
Lowering Your Risk of Coronary Heart Disease: A Final Word
278(7)
Summary
279(1)
Study Questions
279(1)
Suggested Reading
279(1)
Suggested Readings on the World Wide Web
280(1)
References
280(1)
Laboratory 12.1 Assessment of Your Risk of Heart Disease
281(4)
Prevention of Cancer
285(16)
What Is Cancer?
286(1)
A Closer Look 13.1
The Seven Warning Signs of Cancer
286(1)
Types of Cancer
287(1)
How Do Normal Cells become Cancerous?
287(1)
Cancer Risk Factors
288(4)
Heredity
288(1)
A Closer Look 13.2
Breast Self-Examination
289(1)
A Closer Look 13.3
Testicular Self-Examination
290(1)
Race
290(1)
Radiation
290(1)
Viruses
291(1)
Tobacco
291(1)
Alcohol
291(1)
Occupational Carcinogens
291(1)
Ultraiolet Light
291(1)
Diet
292(1)
Cancer Prevention
292(9)
A Closer Look 13.4
Protect Your Skin from Ultraviolet Rays
293(1)
Alcohol
293(1)
Radiation
293(1)
Tobacco
293(1)
Occupational Carcinogens
293(1)
Ultraviolet Light
293(1)
A Closer Look 13.5
How Do Free Radicals Promote Cancer?
294(1)
Diet
295(1)
Exercise Reduces the Risk of Cancer
295(1)
Nutritional Links To Health And Fitness 13.1
Foods High in Antioxidants May Reduce Your Risk of Cancer
295(1)
Nutritional Links To Health And Fitness 13.2
Dietary Guidelines for Lowering Cancer Risk
296(1)
Summary
297(1)
Study Questions
297(1)
Suggested Reading
297(1)
Suggested Readings on the World Wide Web
298(1)
References
298(1)
Laboratory 13.1 Determining Your Cancer Risk
299(2)
Stress Management and Modifying Unhealthy Behavior
301(20)
Stress Management
302(1)
Stress: An Overview
302(1)
Assessment of Stress
303(1)
Steps in Stress Management
304(5)
Stress Reduction
304(1)
Coping with Stress: Relaxation Techniques
304(1)
Nutritional Links To Health And Fitness 14.1
Can Nutritional Supplements Reduce Emotional Stress?
305(1)
A Closer Look 14.1
Time Management
306(1)
A Closer Look 14.2
Progressive Relaxation Training
307(1)
A Closer Look 14.3
How Much Sleep Is Enough?
308(1)
Modifying Unhealthy Behavior
309(1)
Model for Changing Behavior
309(1)
Specific Behavior Modification Goals
310(1)
Smoking Cessation
310(1)
Weight Control
311(1)
A Closer Look 14.4
Causes of Smoking Behavior
311(1)
Accident Prevention
312(9)
Risk Factors for Accidents
312(1)
Reducing Your Risk of Accidents
312(2)
Summary
314(1)
Study Questions
314(1)
Suggested Reading
314(1)
Suggested Readings on the World Wide Web
314(1)
References
315(2)
Laboratory 14.1 Stress Index Questionnaire
317(2)
Laboratory 14.2 Behavior Modification Contract
319(2)
Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Drug Abuse
321(12)
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
322(1)
Aids
322(1)
Chalmydia
322(1)
Gonorrhea
323(1)
Venereal Warts
323(1)
A Closer Look 15.1
Reducing Your Risk of Sexually Transmitted Diseases
324(1)
Herpes
324(1)
Syphilis
324(1)
Reducing Your Risk for Sexually Transmitted Diseases
325(1)
Drug Abuse
325(1)
Alcohol
325(2)
Nutritional Links To Health And Fitness 15.1
Alcohol Abuse and Undernutrition
327(1)
Marijuana
327(1)
Cocaine
328(1)
Say ``No'' to Drugs
329(4)
Summary
329(1)
Study Questions
329(1)
Suggested Reading
329(1)
Suggested Readings on the World Wide Web
330(1)
References
330(1)
Laboratory 15.1 Alcohol Abuse Inventory
331(2)
Life Time Fitness
333(10)
Exercise Adherence: Lifetime Fitness
334(1)
Goal Setting for Active Lifestyles
334(1)
Selecting Activities
334(2)
Planning Exercise Sessions
336(1)
Monitoring Progress
336(1)
Social Support
337(1)
Peers as Role Models
337(1)
Aging and Changing Physical Activity Needs
337(1)
Health Clubs: Choosing a Fitness Facility
337(1)
A Closer Look 16.1
What Is a Fitness Expert?
338(1)
Diet and Fitness Products: Consumer Issues
338(1)
Common Misconceptions about Physical Fitness
338(5)
Yoga
339(1)
Hand Weights
339(1)
Rubber Waist Belts and Spot Reduction
339(1)
Ergogenic Aids
339(1)
Exercise Equipment
339(1)
Passive Exercise Devices
339(1)
Hot Tubs, Saunas, and Steambaths
340(1)
Nutritional Links To Health And Fitness 16.1
Do Nutritional Ergogenic Aids Promote Physical Fitness?
340(1)
Fitness Books and Magazines
341(1)
Summary
341(1)
Study Questions
341(1)
Suggested Reading
342(1)
Suggested Readings on the World Wide Web
342(1)
References
342(1)
Appendix: Nutritional Values for Foods, Beverages, and Fast Food Items 343(28)
Glossary 371(6)
Index 377


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