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What is premature death?

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What is premature death?
A. Dying at the average age of death for a specific population group

B. Dying after the average age of death for a specific population group

C. Dying earlier than the average age of death for a specific population group

D. Dying before ones self-projected age of death

What can architects do to help promote physical activity initiatives?
A. Construct buildings with active options such as, access to stairs

B. Create buildings that do not allow handicap access

C. Avoid providing efficient methods of walking within and between buildings

D. All of the above

If you are overweight or obese, getting active can help you lower your risk of?
A. Leukemia

B. Stroke

C. Alzheimers disease

D. High self-esteem

How can communities and government help promote physical activity initiatives?
A. Raise taxes

B. Lower taxes

C. Create walking trails

D. Eliminate sidewalks

What is intensity?
A. How hard a person plans to do an activity

B. How easily a person is able to do an activity

C. How hard a person works to do an activity

D. How difficult it is for a person to complete an activity

People who regularly engage in at least moderate intensity aerobic activity have a significantly lower risk of developing ________ than do inactive people.
A. Lung cancer

B. Type 2 diabetes

C. Hip fractures

D. Breast cancer

Healthy pregnant and postpartum women should get at least ________ of moderate-intensity aerobic activity a week.
A. 60 minutes

B. 150 minutes

C. 30 minutes

D. 200 minutes

An example of a muscle strengthening activity includes ___________.
A. Zumba fitness

B. Jumping jacks

C. Aerobics classes

D. Lifting weights

The key to using a pedometer to meet the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans is to _________.
A. First set a time goal and then calculate how many steps are needed each day to reach that goal

B. First set a time goal and then calculate how rigorous the steps need to be each day to reach your goal

C. First calculate how many steps are needed each day to reach your goals

D. First calculate how many steps are needed weekly and then match it to a timed goal

Resistance exercises improve muscular strength in persons with such conditions as ________.
A. Multiple sclerosis and stroke

B. Cerebral palsy and spinal cord injuries

C. Cognitive disability

D. All of the above

What is an example of how adults can develop knowledge to attain goals if running is a goal:
A. Learn how to reduce the risk of running injuries by selecting an appropriate training program and proper shoes

B. Purchase clothes that appeal to the opposite sex

C. Randomly purchase energy pills to boost your stamina

D. None of the above

What can health care providers do to help promote physical activity initiatives?
A. Absolutely nothing, they do enough

B. Advise patients on physical activity and how they can do it safely

C. Advise patients on how to avoid physical activity

D. Advise patients on physical activity and the latest fad diets

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