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  1. Get moving Now! By Wesley Hayles Enter Quiz Instructions Get moving

  2. The Get moving campaign • In this presentation I will be identifying all the different aspects of BMI including what the BMI is and how to calculate it. I will also touch on the energy source we know as a calorie and how it affects us. First question

  3. Instructions • Do not press anywhere except the question as the test will come to an abrupt end. • Please try your hardest on each question. • A give up button will be given on the first question. This will end the quiz. • Press space bar when passing from each slide Enter quiz

  4. Question 1

  5. Where is a Calorie found? In our food In outer space In soil In B&Q

  6. Why don’t you care? • In life you face many obstacles, but if you quit at every thing that you find hard you won’t get far. I know this quiz is impeccable and challenging, but as the creator I know you can do it. I have belief in you, and all I need is for you to believe in yourself. Never give up as opportunities can pass you by and in life this is just a molecule compared to the challenges you WILL face in life. Please don’t give up and continue the quiz. Press the ‘next question please’ button at the bottom of this page. Next question please

  7. That is incorrect Why have I got this question wrong I don’t really care Next question

  8. Well Done, that is correct Next question

  9. Answer to question 1 • As we eat we always take in calories. Calories are a form of energy that give us energy that we use day to day. As recommended by the UK department for health has set a standard of 1940 calories for women and 2550 calories for men. Toddlers of ages 1-3 years require at least 1,165 calories per day and small children of years 4-6 requiring 1,545 or more. Next question

  10. Question 2

  11. How do you calculate BMI? • ( Weight in Pounds / ( Height in inches x Height in inches ) ) x 703 • (weight in stone/(height in inches x Height in foot) x 703 • Weight (kg) / (Height (m) x Height (m)) • ( Weight in kg/ ( Height in inches x Height in inches ) ) x 704 • (weight in stone/(height in inches x Height in foot) x 704

  12. Well done!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You have got it right. Congratulation you answer correctly. Next question

  13. Unfortunately you have answered this question wrong. Right answer please. Next question

  14. Right answer to question 2 • We measure BMI in two different ways. ( Weight in Pounds / ( Height in inches x Height in inches ) ) x 703 And… Weight (kg) / (Height (m) x Height (m)) Next question

  15. Question 3

  16. What does BMI stand for? • By modal information • Body Mass Index • By Mass Information • Buy more ink

  17. Sadly, you got this question wrong solution Next question

  18. Answer to question 3 • BMI stands for Body Mass Index. It is a way to calculate your overall body structure and health. There is a limit for each weight restrictions: • According to National institutes of Health the BMI can classify your weight in four different sections, if you are 18.5 or below you are underweight. Normal weight is situated between 18.5 and 24.9, overweight is 25 to 29.9. Finally if your BMI has been calculated at 30 or greater you are classed as obese. These are the overall barriers that you should follow, and be shore to get a regular bmi check at your local nhs hospital. Next question

  19. Yay, you got it right BMI does stand for body mass index. We use this to calculate how healthy we are. Well done! Next question

  20. Question 4

  21. Which of these activities best gets the heart rate going? • Sprinting • Jogging • Horse riding • sleeping

  22. Sorry, you have answer incorrectly. solution Next question

  23. Answer to question 4 When we do different exercises, are bodies react differently to each of them. As we engage in exercise are heart rate increases as the heart tries to pump blood to the limbs e.g. legs and arm. Are blood(red blood cells) contain oxygen particles we need to keep going. As we use this up during respiration the heart has to work harder to get the blood around the body. Sprinting causes the most use of oxygen as you are running your fastest for a quick period. This is useful when warming up as it gets the hearts rhythm at a steady pace for the sport or exercise you are participating in. Next question

  24. Congratulations you have answered question 4 correctly. Next question

  25. Question 5

  26. What is the GDA daily intake of calories  for men ? • 2500 • 1800 • 70

  27. Unfortunately this answer is wrong. solution Next question

  28. Answer to question 5 Guideline Daily Amount(GDA) is a procedure for which we assess the calorie taken in by different groups. Women are meant to intake about 2,000 calories each day were as men are required to intake about 2,500 calories per day. The GDA not only tells you your required calorie intake but your required protein, fat, carbohydrate, fibre etc. If you would like more information please check: http://www.gdalabel.org.uk/gda/gda_values.aspx Next question

  29. Yes, you have correctly answered this question. Next question Well Done, The recommended daily intake for women is 2500.

  30. Question 6

  31. What is the most concentrated training for a marathon runner? • Fartlek training • Weight training • Interval training

  32. Nooooo, you were so close. solution Next question

  33. Answer to question 6 • Marathon runners have to be adapt to the extreme environment(course of run). This means that they have to be able to, not only run for far lengths but adapt to the weather conditions. Fartlek training works on the breathing and becoming more able to be durable. This is a training consisting of long running in all weather sop you are able to experience all outcomes. Next question

  34. By jolly your riiiight! Next question

  35. Question 7

  36. What is the average daily fat intake for women ? • 75 grams • 70 grams • 80 kilograms • 100 tonnes

  37. Ohhhhhh, That’s wrong man. solution summary of BMI

  38. Answer to question 7 • Women, like men have a recommended daily amount of fat needed each day. Men overall need more energy than men, but women are recommended to have a daily intake of fat lies at 70 grams. This will help them to maintain a healthy balance. Too much fat without exercise can lead to high blood pressure, high cholesterol and obesity. Likewise too little fat can lead to low blood pressure, anorexia and body rebuilding problems. summary of bmi

  39. Yeeeeees! your right summary of BMI

  40. Summary of BMI

  41. Body Mass Index • BMI (Body Mass Index) is a system to calculate body fat by using your weight against your height. There are two formulas for calculating BMI is weight in kilograms (kg) divided by height in meters (m) squared times by 703 and weight in kg divided by height in meters. According to National institutes of Health the BMI can classify your weight in four different sections, if you are 18.5 or below you are underweight. Normal weight is situated between 18.5 and 24.9, overweight is 25 to 29.9. Finally if your BMI has been calculated at 30 or greater you are classed as obese. Continue quiz

  42. Question 8

  43. What is the recommended exercise time per day? • 30 minutes • 1 hour • 3 hours • 4 and a half hours • 6 hours

  44. Your answer is incorrect solution

  45. Answer to question 8 • It is a recommendation to exercise, But for how long? I hear you ask. Exercise not only improves your physique but your mental attitudes towards life. As a recommended time for exercise, we are implored to exercise an average of 1 hour per day/7 hours each week. This will, over time improve how well you react to certain sports and you overall attitudes towards life and your body. SO EXERCISE!!! Summary on calorie

  46. Yes, you are correct! Next question

  47. Summary on calorie

  48. Calories • Calories also are classed within the surroundings of BMI and we consume calories with everything we eat. A Calorie is a unit of heat used to express the energy in the food we eat. One calorie is equal to 4.18400 joules, and is the amount of heat required to raise 1g of water to the temperature of the atmosphere. The UK department for health has set a standard of 1940 calories for women and 2550 calories for men. Toddlers of ages 1-3 years require at least 1,165 calories per day and small children of years 4-6 requiring 1,545 or more. When we do certain activities, we gain a variety of different fitness levels. conclusion

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