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ACSM's Exercise Testing and Prescription
+ Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription, 10th Set
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  □ ACSM's Exercise Testing and Prescription

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ACSM’SExercise Testing and Prescription adapts and expands upon the assessment and exercise prescription-related content from ACSM’s Resource Manual for Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription, 7th Edition, to create a true classroom resource. Fully aligned with the latest edition of ACSM’s flagship title, ACSM’s Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription, this practical resource walks students through the process of selecting and administering fitness assessments, using Guidelines to interpret results, and drafting an exercise prescription that is in line with Guidelines parameters.
 
Designed for today’s learners, the text is written in a clear, concise style, and enriched by visuals that promote student engagement. As an American College of Sports Medicine publication, the book offers the unsurpassed quality and excellence that has become synonymous with titles by the leading exercise science organization in the world.

  • The nuances of fitness assessment and the particulars of crafting exercise prescriptions are explored in expansive sections throughout the book.
  • A full section devoted to Special Populations prepares students to meet the needs of the full range of both typically healthy and special needs clients they’ll see in practice.
  • Comprehensive case studies written by experts to reinforce practical applications of concepts.
  • A wide range of online resources includes laboratory materials and activities that provide opportunities for hands-on learning, and a library of journal articles that helps students connect research to practice.
100% alignment with the most up-to-date version of the ACSM’s Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription enhances the learning experience, making it easy to go back and forth between Guidelines and the text.eBook available. Fast, smart, and convenient, today’s eBooks can transform learning. These interactive, fully searchable tools offer 24/7 access on multiple devices, the ability to highlight and share notes, and much more.

 

 

 

 □ ACSM's Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription, 10th

ACSM’s Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription is the flagship title from the American College of Sports Medicine, the prestigious organization that sets the standards for the exercise profession. This critical handbook delivers scientifically based standards on exercise testing and prescription to the certification candidate, the professional, and the student. This manual gives succinct summaries of recommended procedures for exercise testing and exercise prescription in healthy and diseased patients
 
The tenth edition reflects some crucial and exciting changes, making the content necessary for effective study and practice. New pre-exercise health screening recommendations are critical to helping more of the population begin a safe, healthy physical activity program without consulting a physician. New and expanded information on the risks of sedentary behavior, clinical exercise testing and interpretation, high intensity interval training, musculoskeletal injury risk, fitness testing protocols and norms, and an expansion of the principles of health behavior change are included. Additionally, significant reorganization of content will help you reach the information you need quickly.
 
This manual is an essential resource for all exercise professionals, as well as other health professionals who may council patients on exercise including physicians, nurses, physician’s assistants, physical and occupational therapists, dieticians, and health care administrators.

 

From the Publisher


 "This is a must have for anyone working in any of the allied health fields dealing with exercise. The content is fact-based and credible, authored and edited by the field's most respected scientists. There is an abundant amount of real world, clinic-based, and classroom information to educate students and/or professionals."

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Erik H VanIterson, M.S., M.Bio(University of Minnesota School of Kinesiology)

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Reviewer: Erik H. Van Iterson, PhD, MS, MBio (Mayo Clinic)
Description: This book details precise guidelines that address protocols for exercise testing and prescription. This update builds upon previous editions and includes the most current findings and recommendations based on recent research.
Purpose: The aim is to present specific guidelines and fact-based recommendations for conducting exercise testing and prescription in the clinical setting.
Audience: Health professionals who regularly engage in exercise testing and prescription for all populations are the intended audience. This group includes personal trainers, physiotherapists, physicians, scientists, coaches, and athletic trainers. It is authored and edited by the experts who have performed the research upon which the book is based.
Features: Consistent with previous editions, this one includes previous guidelines and recommendations that still hold true, while amending sections to reflect the latest research findings. It is filled with tables and figures to highlight important points, while the text is also clear and concise.
Assessment: This is a must have for anyone working in any of the allied health fields dealing with exercise. The content is fact-based and credible, authored and edited by the field's most respected scientists. There is an abundant amount of real world, clinic-based, and classroom information to educate students and/or professionals.

 

 

 

 

 Contents

 

  □ ACSM's Exercise Testing and Prescription

Foreword 
Preface 
Acknowledgments
Contributors
Reviewers


Part I: Physical Activity and Health
  1 The Health Benefits of Physical Activity
INTRODUCTION
Domains of Physical Activity
Physical Activity Recommendations
Prevalence of Physical Activity
Health Equity and Health Disparities
Benefits of Physical Activity and Chronic Disease
Physical Activity and All-Cause Mortality
Physical Activity and Chronic Diseases
Physical Activity and Cardiovascular Disease
Physical Activity and Stroke
Physical Activity and Cancer
Physical Activity and Diabetes
Physical Activity and Obesity
Physical Activity and Disabilities, Aging, Functional Independence, and Activities of Daily Living
 
  2 The Health Consequences of Physical Inactivity and Sedentary Behavior
INTRODUCTION
Physical Inactivity
Definition of Inactivity and Current U.S. Guidelines for Physical Activity
Deconditioning
Prevalence of Inactivity
Exercise is Medicine
Sedentary Behavior
Definition and Measurement
Health Effects of Sedentary Behavior
Sedentary Behavior and Overall Mortality
Sedentary Behavior and Cardiovascular Disease
Sedentary Behavior and Obesity

Sedentary Behavior and Diabetes/Metabolic Disease

Sedentary Behavior and Cancer

Sedentary Behavior and Bone Mineral Density

Sedentary Behavior and Physical Function in Older Adults

Sedentary Behavior Goals and Guidelines

 

 

Part II: Preparticipation Screening, Fitness Assessment, and Interpretation

  3 Preparticipation Screening

INTRODUCTION

Preparticipation Health Screening

American College of Sports Medicine Preparticipation Screening Algorithm

Self-Guided Methods

Risk Stratification for Those in Cardiac Rehabilitation and/or Medical Fitness Facilities

Pre-exercise Evaluation

Informed Consent

Medical History and Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factor Assessment

Physical Examination/Laboratory Testing

Blood Pressure

Patient Preparation

Protocol Selection

 

  4 Cardiorespiratory Fitness Assessment

INTRODUCTION

Measuring Cardiorespiratory Fitness and the Maximal Oxygen Uptake

Maximal Oxygen Uptake (Absolute and Relative)

Maximal Oxygen Consumption: Net and Gross Rates

Open-Circuit Spirometry

Exercise Tests to Estimate O2max

Contraindications to Exercise Testing

Maximal versus Submaximal Exercise Testing

Guidelines for Exercise Testing

General Guidelines

Pretest Instructions for Cardiorespiratory Fitness Assessment

Cardiorespiratory Test Sequence and Measurements

Position and Technique

Rating of Perceived Exertion

Test Termination Criteria

Procedures and Protocols for Maximal, Submaximal, and Field Exercise Tests

Modes of Testing

Field Tests

Motor-Driven Treadmills

Mechanically Braked Cycle Ergometers

Step Testing

Maximal Exercise Testing

Maximal Treadmill Exercise Protocols

Maximal Cycle Ergometer Exercise Protocols

Submaximal Exercise Testing

Assumptions and Sources of Error in Submaximal Prediction of Cardiorespiratory Fitness

Submaximal Single-Stage Treadmill Protocols

Submaximal Cycle Ergometer Protocols

Submaximal Bench Stepping Protocols

Additional Submaximal Exercise Tests

Field Tests for Cardiorespiratory Fitness Tests

Criterion-Referenced Standards versus Normative Data

Interpretation of Results from Submaximal Exercise Testing

 

  5 Muscle Strength Assessment

INTRODUCTION

Dynamic Strength (Isotonic)

Muscular Endurance Strength

Isometric (Static) Strength–Handgrip Strength

Rate of Force Development

Isokinetic Strength Assessment

Functional Strength Assessments

Functional Movement Screen

Strength Evaluation

 

  6 Body Composition Assessment

INTRODUCTION

Rationale for Body Composition Assessment

Body Composition Models

Methodologies in Body Composition Assessment

Height, Body Mass, and Body Mass Index

Height

Body Mass

Body Mass Index

Circumferences

Waist Circumference

Hip Circumference

Waist-to-Hip Ratio

Hydrodensitometry

Skinfold Measurement

Taking the Measurements

Potential Disadvantages

Bioelectrical Impedance

Potential Disadvantages

Air Displacement Plethysmography

Potential Disadvantages

Ultrasound

Potential Disadvantages

Dual-Energy X-Ray Absorptiometry

Advantages and Potential Disadvantages

Body Composition Assessment in Children and Adolescents

Body Fat Prediction Equation Selection

Interpretation of Body Fat Percentage Estimates

Measurement Error Considerations

 

  7 Flexibility and Functional Movement Assessments

INTRODUCTION

Flexibility

Sit-and-Reach Test

Individual Joint Measurements

Goniometer

Inclinometer

Functional Movement Assessments

The Functional Movement Screen

Contraindications to Range of Motion and Functional Assessment

 

 

Part III: Exercise Prescription

  8 General Principles of Exercise Prescription

INTRODUCTION

Exercise Prescription for All

Current FITT-VP Recommendations from the American College of Sports Medicine

Aerobic Frequency

Aerobic Intensity

Writing the Aerobic Exercise Intensity

Exercise Intensity Prescription Calculation Examples from Heart Rate

Aerobic Time (Duration)

Aerobic Type (Mode)

Aerobic Volume

Aerobic Progression

Resistance Components

Flexibility Components

Neuromotor Components

Setting Up a Program

Process

Screening/Evaluation

Developing the Individualized Exercise Program

 

  9 Special Considerations across the Lifespan: Pregnancy, Children and Youth, and Older Adults

INTRODUCTION

PREGNANCY

Preparticipation Health Screening, Medical History, and Physical Examination

Exercise Testing Considerations

Exercise Prescription and Progression Considerations

Physical Activity and Exercise during Pregnancy

Types of Prescribed Exercises for Pregnancy

Special Considerations for Exercise and Pregnancy

CHILDREN AND YOUTH

Exercise Testing Considerations

Exercise Prescription and Progression Considerations

Special Considerations and Physical Activity Recommendations for Children and Youth

OLDER ADULTS

Exercise Prescription and Progression Considerations

Special Considerations for Exercise and Older Adults

 

 

Part IV: Exercise Testing and Prescription for Special Populations

10 Special Considerations for Cardiovascular Disease: Chronic Stable Angina and Coronary Artery Bypass Graft Surgery

INTRODUCTION

Description, Prevalence, and Etiology of Angina Pectoris

Description, Prevalence, and Etiology of Coronary Artery Bypass Graft Surgery

Preparticipation Health Screening, Medical History, and Physical Examination

Exercise Testing Considerations

Exercise Prescription and Progression Considerations

 

11 Special Considerations for Cardiovascular Diseases: Ventricular Assist Devices and Heart Transplantation

INTRODUCTION

Description, Prevalence, and Etiology

Left Ventricular Assist Devices

Heart Transplantation

Preparticipation Health Screening, Medical History, and Physical Examination

Graft Dysfunction

Rejection

Hyperacute Rejection

Acute Cellular Rejection

Acute Humoral Rejection

Chronic (Cardiac Allograft Vasculopathy) Rejection

Medications

Immunosuppressants

HMG-CoA Reductase Inhibitors (Statins)

Common Nonrejection Medical Problems

Infection and Malignancy

Hypertension

Obesity

Dyslipidemia

Diabetes

Chronic Renal Insufficiency

Osteoporosis

Depression

Psychological Factors

Graded Exercise Testing Considerations: Pretransplant

Graded Exercise Testing Considerations: Posttransplant

Heart Rate and Exercise

Blood, Intracardiac, and Vascular Pressures

Left Ventricular Function

Exercise Cardiac Output

Pulmonary Function and Arterial Oxygenation

Oxygen Extraction by Exercising Skeletal Muscle

Oxygen Uptake Kinetics, Peak Exercise O2

Resistance Exercise

Effect of Exercise Training on Immune Function and Longevity

Early Mobilization and Inpatient Exercise Training

Outpatient Exercise Training

 

12 Special Considerations for Cardiovascular Disease: Heart Failure

INTRODUCTION

Description, Prevalence, and Etiology

Preparticipation Health Screening, Medical History, and Physical Examination

Exercise Testing Considerations

Exercise Prescription and Progression Considerations

 

13 Special Considerations for Cardiovascular Disease: Valvular Heart Disease and Peripheral Artery Disease

INTRODUCTION

VALVULAR HEART DISEASE

Description, Prevalence, and Etiology

Preparticipation Health Screening, Medical History, and Physical Examination

Exercise Testing Considerations

Exercise Prescription and Progression

PERIPHERAL ARTERY DISEASE

Description, Prevalence, and Etiology

Preparticipation Health Screening, Medical History, and Physical Examination

Exercise Testing Considerations

Exercise Prescription and Progression Considerations

 

14 Special Considerations for Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

INTRODUCTION

Description, Prevalence, and Etiology

Preparticipation Health Screening, Medical History, and Physical Examination

Exercise Prescription and Progression Considerations

Hypoglycemia and Exercise

Hyperglycemia and Exercise

 

15 Special Considerations for Metabolic Syndrome, Hypertension, and Dyslipidemia

INTRODUCTION

Description, Prevalence, and Etiology

Metabolic Syndrome

Hypertension

Dyslipidemia

Preparticipation Health Screening, Medical History, and Physical Examination

Exercise Testing Considerations

Exercise Prescription and Progression Considerations

Metabolic Syndrome

Hypertension

Dyslipidemia

 

16 Special Considerations for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

INTRODUCTION

Description, Prevalence, and Etiology

Preparticipation Health Screening, Medical History, and Physical Examination

Exercise Testing Considerations

Exercise Prescription and Progression Considerations

 

17 Special Considerations for Asthma and Interstitial Lung Disease

INTRODUCTION

ASTHMA

Description, Prevalence, and Etiology

Preparticipation Health Screening, Medical History, and Physical Examination

Symptom Monitoring and Asthma Action Plan Use

Exercise Testing Considerations

Exercise Prescription and Progression Considerations

Asthma Exercise Summary

INTERSTITIAL LUNG DISEASE

Pulmonary Function Results

Oxygen Assessment and Titration

Description, Prevalence, and Etiology

Preparticipation Health Screening, Medical History, and Physical Examination

Exercise Testing Considerations

Exercise Prescription and Progression Considerations

Exercise and Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis

Oxygen Assessment and Prescription in Interstitial Lung Disease

 

18 Special Considerations for Weight Management

INTRODUCTION

Description, Prevalence, and Etiology

Preparticipation Health Screening, Medical History, and Physical Examination

Exercise Testing Considerations

Exercise Prescription and Progression Considerations

 

19 Special Considerations for Chronic Pain

INTRODUCTION

CHRONIC NONSPECIFIC LOW BACK PAIN

Description, Prevalence, and Etiology

Preparticipation Health Screening, Medical History, and Physical Examination

Exercise Testing Considerations

Exercise Prescription and Progression Considerations

FIBROMYALGIA

Description, Prevalence, and Etiology

Preparticipation Screening, Medical History, and Physical Examination

Exercise Testing Considerations

Exercise Prescription and Progression Considerations

RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS

Description, Prevalence, and Etiology

Preparticipation Health Screening, Medical History, and Physical Examination

Exercise Testing Considerations

Exercise Prescription and Progression Considerations

 

20 Special Considerations for Cancer

INTRODUCTION

Description, Prevalence, and Etiology

Overview of Preparticipation Health Screening, Medical History, and Physical Examination

Exercise Testing Considerations

Exercise Prescription and Progression Considerations

Special Considerations and Contraindications to Exercise

 

21 Special Considerations for Bone Health and Osteoporosis

INTRODUCTION

Description, Prevalence, and Etiology

Etiology of Osteoporosis

Characteristics of Bone Strength

Bone Quantity

Bone Quality

Bone Structure

Risks for and Prevention of Fracture

Preparticipation Health Screening, Medical History, and Physical Examination

Exercise Testing Considerations

Exercise Prescription and Progression Considerations

Loading Characteristics

Guidelines for Exercise Prescription

 

22 Special Considerations for Psychological Health

INTRODUCTION

Description, Prevalence, and Etiology

Preparticipation Health Screening, Medical History, and Physical Examination

Exercise Testing Considerations

Exercise Prescription and Progression Considerations for Depression and Anxiety

Evidence for the Effects of Exercise on Depression

Evidence for the Effects of Exercise on Anxiety

Mechanisms of the Antidepressant and Anxiolytic Effects of Exercise

 

23 Special Considerations for Physical and Intellectual Disabilities

INTRODUCTION

SPINAL CORD INJURY

Description, Prevalence, and Etiology

Preparticipation Health Screening, Medical History, and Physical Examination

Exercise Testing Considerations

Cardiorespiratory Fitness Testing

Body Composition Testing

Muscular Strength and Endurance Testing

Flexibility Testing

Neuromotor Testing

Exercise Prescription and Progression Considerations

Muscular Strength and Endurance Training

Flexibility Training

Neuromotor Training

COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENTS

Description, Prevalence, and Etiology

Preparticipation Health Screening, Medical History, and Physical Examination

Exercise Testing Considerations

Exercise Prescription and Progression Consideration

 

Glossary

Index

 

 

 

 □ ACSM's Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription, 10th

SECTION I: HEALTH APPRAISAL AND RISK ASSESSMENT
1 Benefits and Risks Associated with Physical Activity
2 Preparticipation Health Screening


SECTION II: EXERCISE TESTING
3 Preexercise Evaluation
4 Health-Related Physical Fitness Testing and Interpretation
5 Clinical Exercise Testing
6 Interpretation of Clinical Exercise Test Results


SECTION III: EXERCISE PRESCRIPTION
7 General Principles of Exercise Prescription
8 Exercise Prescription for Healthy Populations With Special Considerations and Environmental Considerations 
9 Exercise Prescription For Patients With Cardiovascular and Cerebrovascular Disease
10 Exercise Prescription for Populations With Other Chronic Diseases and Health Conditions
11 Behavioral Theories and Strategies for Promoting Exercise


SECTION IV: APPENDICES
Appendix A Common Medications
Appendix B Medical Emergency Management
Appendix C Electrocardiogram Interpretation
Appendix D American College of Sports Medicine Certifications
Appendix E Contributing Authors to the Previous Two Editions

 

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