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Fitness Testing - Health Screening

Health Screening & Health Monitoring
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Alice Tocknell

on 12 August 2014

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Fitness Testing Grading Criteria P2: Prepare an appropriate health screening questionnaire

P3: Devise and use appropriate health screening procedures for two contrasting clients P4: Safely administer and interpret the results of four different health monitoring tests for two contrasting individuals


M2: Describe the strengths and area for improvement for two contrasting individuals using information from health screening questionnaires and health monitoring tests


D1: Evaluate the health screening questionnaires, and health monitoring test results and provide recommendation for lifestyle improvement Task 1 Task 2 Assignment 1: Health Screening The practical elements of the assignment will be completed in the practical lessons. Health Screening Procedures Health Screening Questionnaires P2: Prepare an appropriate health screening questionnaire Health Screening Procedures P3: Devise and use appropriate health screening procedures for two contrasting clients Health Monitoring Tests M2: Describe the strengths and areas for improvement for two contrasting individuals using information from health screening questionnaires and health monitoring tests

D1: Evaluate the health screening questionnaires, and health monitoring test results and provide recommendation for lifestyle improvement P4: Safely administer and interpret the results of four different health monitoring tests for two contrasting individuals Health Monitoring Tests Interpreting results and making recommendations Introduction to the Module Topic 1: Health Screening Procedures Before carrying out any training programme, an athlete must go through fitness tests to gage current fitness levels.

Alongside this, it is important to assess an athletes current health status. Why? 22-year-old
Male
21 Stone
Sport: Football Topic 2: Fitness Testing for Sport Fitness Testing for components of physical fitness Administer six different fitness tests Report findings Pick 1 area and create 3 questions you may ask in that section.

When you are done, find someone with a different section and write down their 3 questions for that section. (Not the person sat next to you!) Questionnaires to collect information regarding an individuals current physical activity levels, dietary habits and lifestyle.

They can include questions relating to the following areas:

Physical Activity History
Current Physical Activity levels
Injuries
Personal training goals
Alcohol consumption
Smoking
Stress levels
Dietary habits Look at the 2 examples of health screening questionnaires and evaluate them using the question sheet. Which one is better? Create your own health screen questionnaire

Use the worksheet and examples to help you. Informed Consent Client Consultation Health Screening Process When completing a screening you need to make sure your client feels at ease Introduce yourself and what you are going to do.
Build Rapport
Show discretion
Be aware of your body language
Communicate findings effectively Role play task:

In pairs, complete a role play of a consultation. Explain to the client that there will be a questionnaire and then some health screening tests.

Most importantly, make them feel as ease What do we need to include in the health screening process?


What order would you complete it in? Why? Client Consultation Informed Consent H.S Questionnaire Feedback Results Throughout this process you will be provided with confidential information relating to a clients personal health and fitness, it is therefore you responsibility to maintain client confidentiality throughout the process. This documented evidence that shows you have provided the client with the necessary information to undertake the health screening process. This confirms that they: Are able to follow the test methods

Know exactly what is required of them during testing

Have fully consented to their participation in the fitness tests

Understand that they can withdraw at any time. Heart Rate Measured manually via the radial artery in the wrist, and is measured in beats per minute (bpm) Average Resting HR for Males: 68 bpm

Average Resting HR for Females: 72 bpm Males generally have a larger heart than females, which is capable of pumping a higher volume of blood per beat than that of a female.

Therefore the average resting HR is lower for males compared to females.

A high resting HR, known as tachycardia is 100 bpm and higher Blood Pressure Blood pressure measured using a digital blood pressure monitor and is displayed as: Systolic blood pressure
(when the heart is contracting)

Diastolic blood pressure
(when the heart is relaxing - filling with blood) Lung Function Peak expiratory flow (PEF) is a person's maximum speed of expiration, as measured with a peak flow meter, a small, hand-held device used to monitor a person's ability to breathe out air.

It measures the airflow through the bronchi and thus the degree of obstruction in the airways. This can highlight possible respiratory problems such as Asthma. Body Mass Index (BMI) BMI is a measure of body composition in kg/m2 and is used to determine to what degree a person is over, or under weight.

It is not often used with athletes as it is only an estimate as the test does not take into account and individual's frame size or muscle mass.

Research suggets a significant relationship between high BMI and increase cardiovascular disease and diabetes Client Number 1 Jane

Age: 22
Female
Sport: Rowing
Height: 187cm

H.S Questionnaire: Trains 6 x per week, skips breakfast, previous back injury

Resting HR = 69bpm
Blood Pressure = 119/80mmHg
Lung Function = 510 (L/min)
BMI = 18 Client Number 2 Barry

Age: 48
Male
Sport: N/A
Height: 180cm




Resting HR = 82bpm
Blood Pressure = 155/92mmHg
Lung Function = 530 (L/min)
BMI = 32 What personal details will we need from the client?

What topics might we ask questions about in a health screening questionnaire? This is what we are expecting to see in your practical health screening of your client! H.S Tests What health checks might you need to complete before a training programme could be started? Talk through the process of the test

Count beats for 15secs. Times that number by 4.

Ask client if they are happy to participate - sign consent form

Feedback results to client

Ensure client has been resting for 15mins

Introduce yourself to client

Find radial pulse on wrist Put these steps into the correct order Talk through the process of the test

Count beats for 15secs. Times that number by 4.

Ask client if they are happy to participate - sign consent form

Feedback results to client

Ensure client has been resting for 15mins

Introduce yourself to client

Find radial pulse on wrist 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Correct Order H.S Questionnaire: Smoker (20 a day), High pressured job, 3000 calories a-day, wants to lose weight.
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