Health High School
The meaning of physical fitness is the first option:
-the body’s ability to be efficient during movement
the body’s ability to be efficient during movement
Describe two activities of moderate or vigorous intensity level that you participate in, with each activity focusing on different components of health-related fitness. Then explain the targeted components of health-related fitness and resulting health benefits of each activity.
1.Cardiovascular endurance: the ability of the heart, lungs and blood vessels to deliver oxygen to your body tissues. The activity that I perform are swimming and biking. This will help in making the heart strong, it reduces stress and improves sugar and cholesterol levels
2.Muscular strength: the amount of force a muscle can produce which is measured by the maximum amount of force a muscle can produce in a single effort. The activity that I perform are squats, bench press, bicep curls. It benefits the muscles in being stronger and healthier.
Push ups and jogging/running
pushups benefit physical strength and jogging/running benefits aerobic capacity
Anxiety, moodiness, and feeling scared about the future are all common signs of A. eustress. B. everyday life. C. distress. D. being productive at work or school.
The answer is B. EVERYDAY LIFE
What type of footwear that protects your entire foot? A. Metatarsal Boots
B. Reinforced Sole Boots
C. Rubber Boots
D. Steel Toe Boots
The right answer is B. Reinforced Sole Boots.
Reinforced soled boots protect your feet from falling objects, sharp objects on the ground and uneven terrain during work. Different models are proposed for your comfort: boots in PVC or leather, filled or not, and waders for working in the water! Reinforcements at the top of the foot ensure you work safely.
B. Reinforced sole boots
Which action can lead to intentional injuries
Being in a domestic fight can lead to intentional injuries
Well intentional injuries are things like suicide. I hope that that helped.
Select all that apply. Which of the following are important steps for the decision making process? Determine the consequences of your decision. Consider your decision for at least a week before following through. Take responsibility for the consequences of your decision. Think through all the possible outcomes of your decision.
Considering consequences, taking responsibility, and thinking through possible outcomes are reliant. Sometimes people dont have a week to think about a decision so that would be a correct choice.
I believe the answers are:
Determine the consequences of your decision.
Take responsibility for the consequences of your decision.
and Think through all the possible outcomes of your decision.
Or, you could say all of them except, Consider your decision for at least a week before following through.
According to the food plate, which of these food groups should make up the largest portion of your diet
Protein should make up the largest portion of your diet
Protein such as meat, fish, or legumes
1.Babies are born with billions of brain cells. How many brain connections do babies have by the time they are three years old? Describe three factors that contribute to the brain connections multiplying. sorry no options were given
From birth to three years old they produce 700 neural connections. A baby has 100 billion neurons. It multiplies to trillionsat two years old, most probably at three it would be quadrillions.
Several factors can affect brain development; the surrounding environment, social interaction, and experiences.
According to experts, at birth the baby's brain contains around 100 billion neurones. An amazing fact is is that the first three years we have up to twice neurones synapses as we will have in adulthood, which is amazing. The second year, the amount of neurones is about the double than the first year, and by the third year we already have an 80% of neurones we will have in adulthood.
So, basically, the different in the amount of neurones is not that big, but synapses processes is, that's why in childhood we are more creative, because our brain is having an incredible and amazing amount of synapses, more than an adult brain.
A technique in which the muscles are stretched by an outside force is called _____. FITT principle
The answer is passive stretching
The answer is passive stretching
Describe what self-esteem is.
In sociology and psychology,self-esteemreflects a person's overall subjective emotional evaluation of his or her own worth. It is a judgment of oneself as well as an attitude toward theself
In sociology and psychology, self-esteem reflects a person's overall subjective emotional evaluation of his or her own worth. It is a judgment of oneself as well as an attitude toward the self
Patterns and routines in a family _____. lock you into choices that you don't like
offer a reasonable amount of predictability
make plans difficult
give great amounts of freedom
I think that B. out of these are correct. Children and families need a routine as it is necessary to their growth and development. Routines are recommended by many child- development and pediatricians. Children learn through repetition, so it only makes sense to have a routine. However out of the choices I would say B. is .the answer
Answer is B.
Explanation: I just took the exam on odyssey
How do age, experience, and knowledge play a part in family roles? They help in the changing process of roles.
They help preserve the roles you have.
They make the roles you play very exciting.
They have no effect on the roles you play in your family.
They help in the changing process of roles.
How family members relate to each other is crucial to how they end up interacting with the rest of society. Each family teaches in practice what is good and what is not. It also points out how you expect each member to act. This is what we call family roles: the role that each member plays within that core. Each of the family roles is very important both for the mental health of its components and for establishing clear and healthy bonds. However, as we know, the family environment, as well as the family itself is changeable, and often family roles need to be changed as a result of the changes that the family presents. These changes are increasingly managed with regard to the age, experience and knowledge of each family member.
They help in the changing process. Its good to be taught how to be a mother by your mother is what this means basically.
All family roles are chosen, except for the ones you are born into.
False, family roles are not chosen, they are just there.
When a couple get married and have children, the man is the father whether he want's to be or not and the woman is the mother. The children are stuck being children and will never be the parents of their own parents.
This is indeed true, hope this helps.
In most cases, symptoms of foodborne illness develop? A. Around 30 minutes after eating contaminated food
B. A few days after eating contaminated food
C. A few weeks after eating contaminated food
D. After eating to much food
A. Around 30 minutes after eating contaminated food
One factor that can increase sensitivity to sunlight is genetics. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F
One factor that can increase sensitivity to sunlight is genetics. Yes, this statement is true.
What are the characteristics of genetics?
Genetics is the study of genes, genetic variation, and heredity in organisms. It is an important branch in biology because heredity is vital to organisms' evolution. Gregor Mendel, a Moravian Augustinian friar working in the 19th century.
Genetics research studies how individual genes or groups of genes are involved in health and disease. Understanding genetic factors and genetic disorders is important in learning more about promoting health and preventing disease.
Genetics is the scientific study of genes and heredity—of how certain qualities or traits are passed from parents to offspring as a result of changes in DNA sequence.
Learn more about genetics:
The anwer should be true
Which of the following best defines the term " lease " A ) a short term rental
B ) a rental agreement with the option to buy
C ) the terms of the sale of a house
D ) a long term rental agreement
I think it might be D. a long term rental agreement
C the terms of the sale of a house
A community that has many housing regulations most values which of the following ? A ) individual rights
B ) property values
C ) affordable housing
D ) property rights
The answer would be, B
B) theproperty values
Some recent studies have indicated that a high self opinion, one that is not contingent upon success, does not correlate with increased academic performance. These studies show that teenagers feel better about themselves than they did in the past, even though academic performance in middle schools and high schools has fallen. What do you think this says about the role of self-esteem?
I think this says that self esteem is a bigger issue in schools than it used to be. a lot of teens have a low self esteem due to bullying and teasing in school. most of the higher self esteem children are the ones who think they are better than everyone else and they usually end up having a bad attitude towards other people which causes them to have very few friends.
The fact that teenagers have high self-esteem shows that they don’t value themselves with academic success and or feel less confident because of it.
The two forms of micronutrients are ___________________.
Vitamins and minerals
The correct answer is, "Vitamins and minerals. "
Rita is a registered dietician. What does her work entail? A.) Prescribing medication for clients
B.) Cooking healthy meals for students
C.) Demonstrating how to use gym equipment
D.) Making recommendations for healthy eating habits
Rita's work entails D. making recommendations for healthy eating habits
The answer is D hope it helps
PSYCHOLOGY QUESTION: -- WILL GIVE BRAINIEST FOR THE FIRST CORRECT ANSWER --
__________ correlation between two variables means that as scores on one variable increase, then scores on another variable also increase.
A.) A negative
D.) A positive
The correct answer is D
The correct answer is c) A neutral