Concepts Of Fitness & Wellness + CD-ROM
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Dodał/a książkę:Wojciech Polak
Concepts of Physical Fitness & Wellness: A Comprehensive Lifestyle Approach provides readers with self-management skills necessary to adopt a healthy lifestyle. These skills will make a positive difference in one's health, fitness, and wellness through the use of activity labs and logs. Provides new Table 1 which presents summary information on vitamins and minerals in Chapter 16, Nutrition. Also, new Appendix E includes a table of fast food nutritive content values.|Revised Chapter 24 is retitled żCancer, Diabetes, and Other Health Threatsż to emphasize the discussion of cancer and to add more information on the major types of cancer (ie- breast, lung, prostate, colon-rectal, skin, etc.) Includes a new illustration to depict how cancer spreads through the body.|Additions on spirituality integrated thru Chapter 26 (in the text, and in Fig. 1 and Table 1)are presented in the context of physical, social, intellectual, work, and spiritual environments with suggestions for prayer, meditation, support, etc., rather than any emphasis on religiosity.|Updated Online Learning Center integrates PowerWeb by concept, includes expanded information on fitness and wellness, interactive quizzing, web links and instructor resources. |Uses the conceptual format--brief concepts rather than chapters, and each concept contains "Fact Statements," which are followed by concise informational paragraphs--to provide information in a useful concise way. |The text is organized to focus on żprocessż or lifestyle changes with early coverage of planning so students can apply the concepts immediately. |Provides expanded information on the Online Learning Center with web icons throughout the text directing the reader to OLC. |Includes early and complete coverage of self-management skills and discussions of how to practice and implement these skills throughout the book. |Complete labs are found at the end of each concept to help students better understand the link between concept and application. The labs often include additional Lab Resource Materials to aid the student in performing lab activities. |Covers the Health Goals for the Year 2010 at the beginning of each concept to help readers relate content to their goals.