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Republic of the Philippines



City Schools Division of Dasmarias



Name: ______________________________________ Date: ____________________________

Teacher: Miss Roma M. Dela Cruz Parents Signature: ___________________

I. DIRECTION : Identify the following ;

Fad Dieting Tolerable Weight Agility Body Composition
Physical Fitness Speed Physical Activity Coordination
Anaerobic Exercise Physical Exercise Hypertension Yoga
Sedentary Health Flexibility Power
Cardio Respiratory Monosaccharide Balance Calcium
Fats Muscular Strength Wellness Lifestyle
Aerobic Exercise Insulin Health Behavior Stroke
Physical Education Cancer Bulimia Catalysmic Stressors
Relaxation Training Anorexia Nervosa Muscular Endurance Background Stressors
Compulsive Overeating Stress Overweight and Obesity Bulimarexia

____________1. It is characterized by a lack of control in food .

____________2.A common eating disorder characterized by consuming large quantities of food.
____________3. It is an eating disorder in which people severely limit the amount they eat , in effect
starving themselves.
____________4. Eating disorder which symptoms are combined of anorexia nervosa and bulimia.
____________5. Dieting limits the food intake and is calculated according to its standard , most of these
diets are low in calories and deprive the body of the necessary nutrients , thus , generating a metabolic
imbalance that may result in death.
___________6. A very realistic goal , a realistic standard that is not ideal but is acceptable.
___________7. Term used to refer a condition of weighing more than what is normal.
___________8. The ability to change the bodys position and direction fast.
___________9. The ability to exert maximum muscular contraction instantly in an explosive burst of
___________10. Is the ability to move your body or part of your body quickly.
___________11. Is the range of motion around a joint.
___________12. Refers to the relative amount of muscle , fat , bone and other vital parts of the body.
___________13. Meditation exercise thought in the Hindu Religion that seeks to help the individual attain a
higher level of spirituality and peace of mind , and is based on principles of self-care.
___________14. Refers to the various technique that stimulates the relation response.
___________15. Refer to the psychological and psychological response to any stimuli that an individual
perceives as threatening.
___________16. Events which are persistent and repetitive in nature , almost routinary that become part of
daily lifestyle.
___________17.Stress brought by sudden disastrous events like earthquanic eruptions which affect many
people at the same time.
___________18. Term for physical inactivity living .
___________19. Refers to any activity undertaken for the purpose of preventing or detecting disease for
improving health and well-being.
___________20. It is a hormone secreted by the pancreas needed by muscle , fat and the liver to metabolize
___________21.Refers to the disease of the cell in the body.
___________22.A form of cardiovascular disease that affects the arteries of the central nervous system.
___________23.It is the type where you get out of breath in just a few moments also called without
___________24. Any activity that you can sustain for more than just a few minutes while your heart , lungs,
and muscles work overtime.
___________25. The ability to move body parts smoothly and accurately in response to what your senses
tell you.
___________26. The ability to control the bodys position , either stationary or while moving .
___________27. Is a term referring to optimal health which includes and enjoyable and positive approach to
a lifestyle that promotes a high level of well-being.
___________28. It is an educational course related to the physique of the human body.
___________29. Refers to an overall way of living ; the attitudes , habits and behaviors of a person in a
daily life.
___________30. It is level of functional or metabolic efficiency of a living organism. In humans it is the
ability of individuals or communities to adapt and self-manage when facing physical,mental or social
___________31. It is a general state of health and well-being and , more specifically , the ability to perform
aspects of sports , occupations and daily activities.
___________32.It is defined as any bodily movement produced by skeletal muscles that requires energy
___________33. It is any bodily activity that enhances or maintains physical fitness and overall health and
___________34. The ability of the circulatory and respiratory systems to supply fuel during sustained
physical activity.
___________35. The ability of muscles to continue to perform without fatigue.
___________36. The ability of muscles to exert force during an activity.
___________37. Also known as silent killer.
___________38. It is a one sugar molecule which is composed of glucose , fructose and galactose.
___________39. It is responsible for building bones and teeth and ensuring normal growth.
___________40. Also known as lipids.

III. Direction : Answer the following ;

1. What is the importance of weight management? (5pts)
2. What are the strategies to prevent eating disorders? (5pts)

3. What are the benefits in doing aerobic exercises? (5pts)

4. What are the benefits of physical exercises ? (5pts)

II. Direction : Enumerate the following ;

1. Physical Fitness Components f) _______________________

a) _______________________ g) _______________________
b) _______________________ h) _______________________
c) _______________________ i) _______________________
d) _______________________ 4. Lifestyle-Related Diseases and Prevention
e) _______________________ a) _______________________
f) _______________________ b) _______________________
g) _______________________ c) _______________________
h) _______________________ d) _______________________
i) _______________________ e) _______________________
j) _______________________ f) _______________________
2. Six Essential Nutrient 5. Factors Affecting Fitness
a) _______________________ a) _______________________
b) _______________________ b) _______________________
c) _______________________ c) _______________________
d) _______________________ d) _______________________
e) _______________________ e) _______________________
f) _______________________ f) _______________________
3. Strategies to make use of the time better g) _______________________
a) _______________________ h) _______________________
b) _______________________ i) _______________________
c) _______________________ j) _______________________
d) _______________________
e) _______________________