HCS 334 Week 2 Quiz How are the concepts of physical activity and physical fitness different? The term “aerobic”� means without oxygen. The component of wellness that is assessed by the Rockport Test is cardiorespiratory endurance. Another term for “aerobic capacity”� is________________. What does the term “aerobic”� mean? With reference to training to increase aerobic capacity, the term “nonresponder”� refers to What two fitness parameters are included in the calculation of cardiac output? What is the definition of cardiac output? A person is most likely to produce improvements in cardiac output _____________. What component of wellness is assessed by the Rockport Test? How does aerobic exercise affect triglyceride and lipoprotein levels? In making its recommendation for a minimum level of physical activity, the Institute of Medicine is concerned primarily with _______________. What two components of the Karvonen Formula determine the intensity level of exercise? The carotid artery is located in the ___________. Thirty percent of adults meet or exceed the current exercise recommendations How long should the warm-up and cooldown phases of an exercise session last? In regards to the warm-up phase of exercise, “lag time”� refers to ______________ . “Syncope “� is defined as _____________. The term “side stitch”� refers to __________. The principal way the body maintains proper body temperature during exercise in hot weather is through the _____________.