BEFORE YOU START, A FEW TIPS COMING YOUR WAY...- Take your time and read the questions.- Click on the LETTER for the answer you think is most realistic and appropriate.-If you answer right, you’ll move onto the next question - If you answer wrong, you’ll have to repeat the question- Until you get it right THIS QUIZ WILL TELL YOU IF YOU’RE A:- Fitness Freak.OR A- Struggling sportsman.GOOD LUCK! NEXT...
QUESTION 1:What is a calorie? A: Something that measures weight. B: A carbohydrate. C: A unit of energy.
QUESTION 2:For a teenager between 13-19, what is the averageamount of calories they should take daily? A: 2000-2750 Calories. B: 1500-1800 Calories. C: 100-700 Calories.
QUESTION 3:Which activity burns the most calories?A: DancingB: SwimmingC: House cleaning
QUESTION 4:Which contains the most calories?A: 2 small slices of pizza.B: A can of coke.C: Dairy milk chocolate bar.
QUESTION 5:If you were overweight, what should you doabout it?A: Go on a crash diet.B: Do 5 hours of exercise a day.C: Try and have a balanced diet.
QUESTION 6:________ means building stronger muscles andincreasing how long you can use them?A: ActiveB: StaminaC: Aerobics
QUESTION 7:What is the standard resting pulse rate for anAdult?A: 10-50B: 60-100C: 100-200
QUESTION 8:Anaerobic means "without oxygen". Whichof the following exercises is an example of ananaerobic activity? A: Holding your breath under water B: Sprinting C: Walking
Q1 WELL DONE! Believe it or not, calories are actually the units of energy contained in the food and drink we consume. When people say “I need to burn my calories” they want to exercise in order to produce that energy. PLEASE MOVE ON TO THE NEXT QUESTION
Q2 WELL DONE! Teenagers do take in around 2000-2750 Calories daily. Yes, this may seem like a lot but bare in mind, most teenagers do a lot of exercise & sweat a lot, so they burn a lot of calories too. PLEASE MOVE ON TO THE NEXT QUESTION
Q3 WELL DONE! Swimming uses a lot of energy and you exercise every muscle in your body. You arms, your legs, your abs, everything. Therefore you burn the most calories when swimming. PLEASE MOVE ON TO THE NEXT QUESTION
Q4 WELL DONE! This was a tough one, but two small sizes of pizza contain the most calories. The ingredients they are made from and the additional topping all add up to make a mightily unhealthy meal. PLEASE MOVE ON TO THE NEXT QUESTION
Q5 WELL DONE! Crash diets and continuous exercise are extremely unhealthy and can cause a lot of damage to your body. So maintaining a balanced diet is the best option as it gives you the best of both worlds. PLEASE MOVE ON TO THE NEXT QUESTION
Q6 WELL DONE! Having good stamina is having the strength to do a physical activity for a long time. For example, the runners in a marathon show great stamina when they run the whole way without stopping. PLEASE MOVE ON TO THE NEXT QUESTION
Q7 WELL DONE! The standard/healthy adult pulse rate is 60-100. If someone’s is slower then this, it means their hearts are working really hard to pump blood around their body. PLEASE MOVE ON TO THE NEXT QUESTION
Q8 CONGRATULATIONS. Bit of a trick question but sprinting is actually the anaerobic exercise because as you run at a fast speed, your body is not receiving enough oxygen. Holding your breath under water is not a physical sport and swimming allows you to get enough oxygen. YOU HAVE COMPLETED THE TEST! WELL DONE! PLEASE MOVE ON TO THE NEXT SLIDE.
GET UP... GET MOVING! What are we all about? We are a new campaign trying to help teenagers stay fit and healthy. It’s easy to have a cake, a biscuit or a crisp- roughly 2000 calories altogether- But how long does it take to lose it all? How many hours of exercise do you need to stay healthy? Get Up Get Moving is here to help you youngsters stay fit in order to be happier individuals. We want you to “Push Yourself That Extra Mile” because that little pushing can take you a long way. We also have video’s that you can see on YouTube, and one of our workers, Steve, has put together an excellent one, aimed at teenagers, explaining the benefits and effects of exercise. Go ahead and check it out. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aE8HyN0zJcw&feature=relatedFor further information, feel free to contact us at:Telephone: 02097682361Email us at: GUGM@hotmail.co.uk / GGUM@gmail.co.ukAddress: 25 GUGM road- London- Hackney- E11 7JH