April 2013 IDEA Fitness Journal Quiz 1: Health & Fitness News and Rhabdomyolysis
In this information-filled course, you will learn the latest research in health and fitness today; from studies about the risk of stroke to how high-intensity interval training may impact brain function. Also, become familiar with rhabdomyolysis, a syndrome related to the breakdown of striated muscle. Learn about the triggers of exercise-induced RM so you can share this knowledge with your clients. So much stimulating information, all in one course!
After reading these articles, you should be able to:
- Discuss the research studies and findings described in the Making News section.
- Describe the mechanisms of rhabdomyolysis and exertional rhabdomyolysis and the potential health consequences.
- Discuss the association of extreme exercise and eccentric exercise to exertional rhabdomyolysis, and identify training strategies for preventing this syndrome.
- Explain common physiological markers for detecting rhabdomyolysis.
- Enroll in the course.
- View the course content.
- Take the test. (You must score 80% to pass. If you do not pass, you may retake the test.)
- Print your certificate of completion.
|April 2013 IDEA Fitness Journal Quiz 1: Health & Fitness News and Rhabdomyolysis ||Test|
|Exercise May Become Tied to Welfare Benefits in England ||Article|
|HIIT= Improved Smarts ||Article|
|Overweight People Live— Longer? ||Article|
|Preferred Foot Strike Among Barefoot Cultures ||Article|
|Safety Considerations for Outdoor Exercise Classes ||Article|
|Walking Helps Women, Not Men, Avoid Stroke ||Article|
|Exertional Rhabdomyolysis: When Too Much Exercise Becomes Dangerous |
High-rep and repetitive exercises can produce serious complications, particularly in those who are just getting started.
|Resistance Training or Aerobic Training: Which Is Best for Weight/Fat Loss? ||Article|