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Behavioral And Social Approaches To Promoting Physical Activity.[print questions]

Measure the ______ you plan to change
a) behaviors- Breathe in and on the breath out and do a standing forward fold
b) the waist -Breathe in and on the breath out and do a standing forward fold
c) people -Breathe in and on the breath out and do a standing forward fold
d) factors- Breathe in and on the breath out do a standing forward fold

Select the best choice for describing an individually - adapted health behavior change intervention
a) Go to the park.Jog for 10 seconds
b) Setting physical activity goals and self monitoring progress toward successfully making the goals. Jog for 10 seconds
c) Call one of your parents. Jog for 10 seconds
d) Go to your favorite ice cream place. Jog for 10 seconds

Social support community interventions focus on changing physical activity behavior through developing _____ ______ that support behavior change.
a) physical people -Breathe in through the nose and out the mouth and lean your head into your left shoulder for a count of 4
b) strong networks- Breathe in through the nose and out the mouth and lean your head into your left shoulder for a count of 4
c) community involvement-Breathe in through the nose and out the mouth and lean your head into your left shoulder for a count of
d) social networks- Breathe in through the nose and out the mouth and lean your head into your left shoulder for a count of 4

A typical warm-up for the CATCH program is
a) 3 to 5 minutes Do 5 Yoga boat poses
b) 10-15 minutes - Do 5 Yoga boat poses
c) 20 minutes- Do 5 Yoga boat poses
d) 25 minutes - Do 5 Yoga boat poses

Select the best choice for a comprehensive approach to physical education.
a) Nutrition services- Do 10 lunges
b) Community event- Do 10 lunges
c) Health class- Do 10 lunges
d) Physical education-Do 10 lunges

What is PATH training?
a) Physical Activity for teenage health-Do 10 goblet squats
b) Physical activity that's healthy-Do 10 goblet squats
c) On the path to physical activity-Do 10 goblet squats
d) Physical activity for kids-Do 10 goblet squats

How many of the 300-400 bills introduced are passed?
a) 10-20 Jog in place for 90 seconds
b) 30-50 Jog in place for 90 seconds
c) 60-90 Jog in place for 90 seconds
d) 100-120 Jog in place for 90 seconds

Select the most accurate modification to a class curriculum that can increase the amount of physical activity during the existing physical education class.
a) Have large teams- Do 10 standing leg raises on each leg
b) Don't have enough equipment for everyone. They should share anyway. Do 10 standing leg raises on each leg
c) Don't have games. Have a lecture instead. Do 10 standing leg raises on each leg
d) Replace a game that requires large teams but few players-use smaller teams Do 10 standing leg raises on each leg

How many minutes of physical activity does the SPARK program contain?
a) 30 minutes – Do 30 jumping jacks
b) 20 minutes – Do 20 jumping jacks
c) 15 minutes – Do 15 jumping jacks
d) 10 minutes – Do 10 jumping jacks

How many days of 30 minutes of physical activity does the SPARK program contain?
a) 2 days each week- Do 2 toe-raises (stand on your toes)
b) 3 days each week- Do 3 toe-raises (stand on your toes)
c) 4 days each week- Do 4 toe-raises (stand on your toes)
d) 5 days each week- Do 5 toe-raises (stand on your toes)

________ - ________ number of bills are introduced yearly
a) 300-400 Do 10 bicep curls
b) 100-200 Do 10 bicep curls
c) 10-20 Do 10 bicep curls
d) 50-75 Do 10 bicep curls

Define the acronym of SPARK?
a) Simply playing all round Kansas-Do 5 pretend jump ropes
b) Sport, Play and Active Recreation for kids-Do 5 pretend jump ropes
c) Sport, playing and actively engaged in recreation for kids- Do 5 pretend jump ropes
d) Simply sporting and playing on the playground-Do 5 pretend jump ropes

What % of high school adolescents do not meet the daily requirement for physical activity?
a) 1% Do 1 neck circle
b) 2% Do 2 neck circles
c) 3% Do 3 neck circles
d) 4% Do 4 neck circles

How many components are there for successful interventions?
a) 20- Do 20 sit-ups
b) 15 Do 15 sit-ups
c) 10 Do 12 sit-ups
d) 12- Do 12 sit-ups

How many studies were included in the Community Guide that helped to examine the “effectiveness of school-based physical education interventions?”
a) 13 Do 13 toe touches
b) 12 Do 13 toe touches
c) 15 Do 13 toe touches
d) 20 Do 13 toe touches

What % of middle school children do not meet the daily requirement for physical activity?
a) 8% Do 8 squats
b) 10% Do 10 squats
c) 20% Do 20 squats
d) 25% Do 25 squats

What are three ways to enhance behavior modification to enhance physical activity?
a) Goal setting only. Do 3 planks- hold for 3 seconds on each one
b) Goal setting, monitoring progress and feedback. Do 3 planks- hold for 3 seconds on each one
c) Goal setting and monitoring only. Do 3 planks- hold for 3 seconds on each one
d) Goal setting, monitoring progress and feedback. Do 3 planks- hold for 3 seconds on each one

How many children do not meet the daily requirement for school-based physical activity?
a) 40%-Do 40 seconds of boxing moves with hands
b) 20%-Do 20 seconds of boxing moves with hands
c) 60%-Do 60 seconds of boxing moves with hands
d) 10%-Do 10 seconds of boxing moves with hands

What percent of elementary children do not meet the daily requirement for physical activity?
a) 10% Do 10 push-ups
b) 20% Do 40 push-ups
c) 5% Do 5 push-ups
d) 4% Do 4 push-ups

What is the physical activity requirement for children and adolescents?
a) 60 mins minimum for moderate-vigorous physical activity x 5 days each week-Do 60 seconds running in place
b) 45 mins minimum for moderate-vigorous physical activity x 3 days each week-Do 60 seconds running in place
c) 45 mins minimum for moderate activity x 6 days-Do 60 seconds running in place
d) 30 mins minimum for moderate activity x 7 days-Do 60 seconds running in place

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