1. Weighing yourself on the scale gives you only limited information about your health. Explain why. How might you obtain information that is more complete and accurate?
2. What are some guidelines for evaluating the safety and efficacy of a new fitness plan? Explain your reasoning for choosing these guidelines.
3. How might you use what you have learned so far to live a more healthful
lifestyle? What changes might you make to your current patterns?
Weighing yourself on the scale gives you only limited information about your health because weight alone does not indicate if you are in good health or not. [ You also have to compute for your Body Mass Index or BMI and check if it is right for your age group or not. In evaluating the safety and efficacy of a new fitness plan, you might record your weight and measurements before starting the
fitness plan and checking it every end of the week for any changes or improvements. Using the fitness and health lessons that I learned, I am now ready for an active lifestyle. That is, regular exercise and choosing to eat more nutritious food and avoiding sodas. ]
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