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Updated: 6/22/2020
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  • Physical wellness is about having physical activity with the ability to preform in certain aspects of sports, occupations, and daily activities.
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  • Good mental health means you are able to cope with stress and work productively at all times.
  • Total wellness is defined as a state of complete physical, mental, social, emotional, and intellectual well-being.
  • Social wellness refers to the relationships we have with other people and how we interact with the people in those relationships.
  • Being able to control your stress and are able to work around it by changing and adapting to change is what emotional health is.
  • Intellectual wellness focuses on our knowledge. It is what drives us to try new things and strive to succeed. 
  • Proper wellness is when you are physically fit on the outside and you have normal blood flow and cholesterol levels. Lower cholesterol will prevent against cardiac diseases.
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  • Physical wellness is finding a balance of physical activity, proper nutrition, and mental well-being. It is also being able to participate in physical activity and perform while you are doing these activities. It is good for you especially if you are expecting to achieve overall well-being.Goal setting should be considered whenever attempting to improve physical wellness. When making these goals you should always use the SMART acronym (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Time-bound). When goals are set with these requirements they are easier to follow than if you set a non-specific goal.
  • There are three body types. Endomorphic, ectomorphic, and mesomorphic. Ectomorphs are slender. Endomorphs are large and have more body fat.. Mesomorphs are muscular.
  • Before creating any type of fitness plan take into consideration your subjective and objective assessments. In order to do this you would need to know what they are. Subjective assessments are when you identify goals you have, eating habits, health conditions that may impact physical activity, and the amount of physical activity currently performed. Objective assessments happen when you evaluate unbiased information about physical aspects of your health. These aspects include weight, resting heartbeat, blood pressure, body mass index (BMI), and circumference measurements. After assessing this information you can start working out. Do as mush as you can, but do not overwhelm your heart. This will result in high blood pressure and increased heart rate, and can further result in a heart attack. After working out, have a cool down period to regulate your heart rate. It is also important to take the four fitness principles into consideration. Do not over work yourself.
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  • When choosing what physical activities to pursue there are multiple options. Before choosing think of how much effort it would take and then think about how much effort you are willing to give. If you aren't going to put that much energy into it then don't do it. And if considering playing an outdoor sport consider the weather conditions. Also think about how much physical activity is needed. Keep a food log and monitor your calorie intake for a couple of weeks. Then see how much physical activity is needed in a certain sport. If trying to lose weight, pick a sport where you burn more calories than your average intake.
  • Your metabolic rate can be affected by eating habits, calories, and physical activity. Contrary to popular belief, eating 5-6 healthy meals a day will actually increase your metabolism while eating only one meal a day can slow down your metabolism and cause you to gain more weight. Depending on how many calories that one meal a day is, you may also slow down your metabolic rate by as much as %50.
  • Humans bodies are comprised of 4 major components; fat bone, muscle, and water. A healthy body composition is one that includes a lower percentage of body fat and a higher percentage of fat-free mass (meaning muscles, bones, and organs). Having this body composition lowers risks of certain diseases and increases life span. To have a healthy body, caloric balance is key. Make sure to take in as many calories as you burn. If you take in more calories than you burn they are stored as fat cells and if you burn more calories than you take in you will lose fat cells. This all depends on how fast your metabolism burns calories. If you have a slow metabolism you will burn calories and if you have a slower metabolism you will need to spend more time to burn calories.
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  • Your resting metabolic rate (RMR) represents your energy needs for involuntary activities such as breathing. This also means that your body needs to consume 1400 to 1800 calories a day for the body to function properly. You also gain more weight with age because your RMR decreases.
  • While exercising it is also very important to eat healthy. This is because no one food contains all the nutrients needed . A combination of healthy foods and proper balance is needed in order to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Our relationship with food starts as soon as we start to eat our first solid foods.
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