Table of contents for Get fit, stay fit / William E. Prentice.

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1 Getting Fit: Why Should You Care? 2 Creating A Healthy Lifestyle 3 Starting Your Own Fitness Program 4 Developing Cardiorespiratory Fitness 5 Improving Muscular Strength, Endurance, and Power 6 Increasing Flexibility Through Stretching 7 Limiting Your Body Fat Through Diet and Exercise 8 Eating Right 9 Practicing Safe Fitness 10 Becoming A Wise Consumer Epilogue: Now Do You See Why You Should Care About Getting Fit? Appendix A: Food Composition Table LABS 1-1 Importance of Physical Activity 1-2 Daily Fitness Schedule 2-1 Your Personal Stress Inventory 2-2 Health Style: A Self-Test 3-1 Medical History Questionnaire 3-2 Planning for a Physical Activity Program 4-1 Calculating Target Heart Rate 4-2 The Rockport Fitness Walking Test 4-3 Cooper's 12 -minute Walking/Running Test 5-1 Push-ups 5-2 Bent-Knee Sit-ups 5-3 Muscular Endurance Test 6-1 Trunk Flexion 6-2 Trunk Extension 6-3 Shoulder Lift Test 7-1 Nutritional Knowledge Survey 7-2 Assessing Your Nutritional Habits 7-3 7-Day Diet Analysis 7-4 Calculating Caloric Intake 8-1 Calculating Body Mass Index (BMI) 8-2 Assessing Your Nutritional Habits 8-3 Determining Your Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) 8-4 Calculating Caloric Expenditure 8-5 Calculating Caloric Intake 8-6 Worksheet for Estimating Caloric Balance

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Physical fitness.