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Exercise Lab Techniques . Exam 3 Review. Chapter 19. What are some signs or symptoms of exertional intolerance that warrant stopping exercise? What is a MET?. Chapter 20. What four lung volumes make up total lung capacity? How is VC defined functionally and mathematically?

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Chapter 19
Chapter 19

  • What are some signs or symptoms of exertional intolerance that warrant stopping exercise?

  • What is a MET?


Chapter 20
Chapter 20

  • What four lung volumes make up total lung capacity?

  • How is VC defined functionally and mathematically?

  • What three body characteristics determine VC?

  • What is RV and how is it measured?


Chapter 21
Chapter 21

  • How is pulmonary ventilation defined functionally and mathematically?

  • What is meant by the term ventilatory equivalent?

  • What is MVV and how is it measured and/or predicted?


Chapter 22
Chapter 22

  • What are the characteristics and dimensions of the box used in the Traditional Sit-and-Reach (SR) Test?

  • What are the six different test of SR flexibility described in the chapter.

  • How does the Back-Saver SR Test differ from the Traditional SR Test?

  • What is the effect of sex/gender on SR flexibility?


Chapter 23
Chapter 23

  • How is body mass index (BMI) defined?

  • How is body mass index calculated?

  • What is the trend in obesity in the United States?

  • What is the range of a “normal” BMI?

  • How is BMI related to mortality?


Chapter 24
Chapter 24

  • What is the rationale for using girths to estimate body composition?

  • Which single girth measurement is used for men and for women in the “1-girth method”?

  • What is the SEE for most girth methods?

  • What are the average waist-to-hip ratios in young (20-29 year-old) men and women?


Chapter 25
Chapter 25

  • What is the rationale for using skinfold thickness to estimate percent body fat?

  • What is essential fat and stored fat?

  • What are the skinfold sites used in the three and seven site Jackson and Pollock methods?

  • What is the average percent body fat of adult (18-55 year old) men and women?

  • How is the skinfold thickness affected by aging?


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