Project #42141 - Journal activity exercise

Project is based on my exercise and activity journal from iprofile. I will upload the profile once I have chosen someone who has a decent bid.

​HLTH 330 Journal Analysis: Exercise and Activity Instructions Brief Description: Summary Report Due date: this assignment is due by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday of Module/Week 5. Purpose: the purpose of this assignment to give students the opportunity to examine and analyze activity, exercise and calorie balance as they relate to adequacy, deficiency and health benefits. This fulfills Learning Outcomes 1 and 4. Details: 1. For this assessment, you are analyzing the following aspects: · Discuss your activity level as it pertains to your health and weight management (current status and/or goals). This would include a discussion regarding the energy balance results from your reports. Is your energy deficit desired for weight loss? And are you losing weight at this deficit level? Is your energy surplus desired for weight gain? And is this happening? Does your energy balance make sense as you are maintaining your current weight? · Identify positive behaviors that contribute to personal health and activity level. This should be actual (versus desired) positive behaviors that you are doing in the area of eating and activity. · Discuss whether or not you are honoring God through how you take care of your body (this could include a discussion of activity as well as nourishment). · Discuss a plan for how to maintain current behaviors or improve behaviors if needed to promote overall health. 2. Through the WileyPlus website https://www.wileyplus.com/WileyCDA/ go to iProfile and click on REPORTS. 3. Select the date range that includes your exercise/activity record (this should be the same as your food record). (Hint: iProfile will only calculate days for which food/activity is recorded. It does not matter how many days are selected in this date range, as long as it includes your 3 day record.) 4. View the following reports: (If you need to review how to read these reports, return to “Reading Reports in iProfile” that was completed at the beginning of the semester.) · Activity Journal Summary · Energy Balance 5. Writing your summary: · Write a two- to three-page analysis of your findings (double space preferred). · Use the bullet points from #1 of this instruction sheet and the accompanying rubric as outlines for your written summary. 6. Submitting your assignment: In the submission link in Module/Week 5, attach the following: · Your written summary · Activity Journal Summary (report form iProfile) · Energy Balance (report from iProfile) · NOTE: To submit the iProfile reports into Bb, please use the PDF option in iProfile (upper right-hand side above summary box) to create a PDF and upload this into Bb along with your written summary. If you are unable to create as a PDF, you may submit as an Excel document. Please do NOT submit as HTML or a link to your iProfile page - this requires the instructor to have your user name and passcode information. Case Study 1 – Female Marathon Runner Personal Information: • Gender: female • Age: 18 • Height: 5’ 8” • Weight: 118 lbs. History: Samantha is a freshman education major in college. She has had a long enjoyment of running and began participating in marathons in high school. She has completed 4 marathons in the past 2 years. After completing her 1st marathon almost 2 years ago, her menstrual cycle has been sporadic. Currently, she menstruates once about every 3-4 months. She states that this is a concern to her but admits the lack of a cycle is very convenient for training. Samantha describes her eating as consistent. She eats cereal with milk and fruit for breakfast every morning, fruit for an AM snack, lunch is “on the go” and dinner contains a protein, grain and vegetable. She states she loves pasta and tries to eat this often as she heard this could help her energy level for running. She states that she does not fear any foods; however, she tries to eat low-fat because she heard somewhere that eating fat would make her fat. She admits that she is often hungry but her busy schedule does not always allow her to eat when hunger strikes. She states she drinks at least 1 liter of water per day and tries to drink 8 oz. Gatorade or orange juice after a training run. Samantha admits that her weight has gone down since she began running marathons. She states she used to weigh about 132 lbs. one year ago. She is not certain if the weight loss is a concern to her health. Although she was okay with her body image at 132 lbs., she wants to be at the best weight for running marathons. She does admit, she does not know what that “best weight” is. As for training, Samantha states she runs about 25 miles per week. When preparing for a marathon, she states she follows an intense training program (which increases her weekly mileage) beginning 2 months before the marathon date. She admits that she has become more tired lately and has to put more effort into her runs. Although busy, she states she does get about 7 hours of sleep per night so she is confused why she is struggling with fatigue. Individual: (title of case study) Part One – Assessment: Topic Information/Discussion BMI BMI Weight Classification Nutritional Needs • enter need with discussion here • xx • xx Risks • enter risk with discussion here • xx • xx Activity/Exercise • Part Two – Recommendations: Topic Information/Discussion Weight Goals Calories Nutritional Recommendations • enter recommendations with discussion here • xx • xx Activity/Exercise • Part Three – Sample Meal Plan: Topic Information/Discussion Actual Calories Explanations for Meal Plan

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