Health 21 chapter 8

  1. Physical fitness is?




    A. the ability to respond to routine physical demands
  2. The ability of the heart to pump blood through the body efficiently represents?




    D. cardiorespiratory fitness
  3. We achieve cardiorespiratory fitness through?




    B. aerobic exercise
  4. Aerobic activity?




    C. uses oxygen
  5. When a person is using maximum weight to push or lift in one effort they are developing?




    C. strengh
  6. The ability to perform repeated muscular efforts is




    C. endurance
  7. The range of motion around specific joints refers to?




    D. flexibility
  8. All of the following factors may influence our flixibility except?




    C. blood type
  9. Body composition shows?




    A. the amount of fat and lean tissue we have
  10. Lean tissue in the body consists of the following except?




    D. fat
  11. Physical conditioning refers to the gradual buildup of the body to enhance all the following except?




    B. stamina
  12. Funtional fitness refers to the?




    B. performance of activities of daily living
  13. Which is not a component of performance-related fitness




    A. body composition
  14. Excersice capacity is the most accurate predictor of a person's?




    A. oxygen consumption
  15. Sedentary living increases the likelihood of all the following except?




    D. diabetes
  16. College students exercise less




    A. as they progress in their college career
  17. All of the following are benefits of regular exercise except?




    B. improved complexion
  18. Exercise may boost the production of mood-elevating brain chemicals known as?




    B. endorphins
  19. A condition in which bones lose their mineral density and become soft and more susceptible to injury is known as?




    A. osteoporosis
  20. The amount of energy a person uses at rest is?




    D. metabolic equivalent of task
  21. When we do an activity that causes an oxygen deficit it is known as what type of activity?

    a. stretching
    b. anaerobic
    c endurance
    d. aerobic
    b. anaerobic
  22. Your pulse when you are lying or sitting down is your?




    B. resting heart rate
  23. In order to get the maximum benefit from cardiorespiratory training, you should work within a range called your?




    A. target heart rate
  24. If a person rates their perceived exertion at 7, he/she should?




    D. decrease the workout time
  25. When you start any aerobic workout, your first step should be?




    D. warming up
  26. If you walk 7,500 stepa day you should?




    B. increase your number of steps
  27. If you have been sedentary and want to begin a running program, your first step should be?




    B. walking
  28. The best way to reduce your body fat is to?




    B. add a muscle-strengthening work out to your routine
  29. If you left a few weight repetitions with heavy loads, you will probably develop?




    D. strengh
  30. What would be the best regimen for increasing your endurance?




    B. many repetitions with lighter loads
  31. an example of isometric exercise would be?




    D. pushing against a wall
  32. Which of the following types of exercise involves movement, but with muscle remaining the same?




    C. isotonic
  33. Exercises that use special machines to provide resistance through the entire range of motion are called?




    A. isokinetic
  34. A single performance of a movement is called a ?




    C. rep
  35. When you do a number of repetitions of the same movement, this is called a?




    C. set
  36. Having a good core stability will improce all the following except?




    D. flexibility
  37. Different drugs are abused by some people to increase muscle size of strengh. an example of such a synthethic derivative would be?




    C. anabolic steroids
  38. Each of the following is a benefit of flexibility training except?




    D. lower maximum heart rate
  39. Exercise shoes should be replaced




    C. after 300-500 miles of running
  40. Which is not a suggestion for dealing with heat?




    B. cool off with ice-baths
  41. Which fo the following types of frostbite affects the sking and tissues just below?




    D. superficial
  42. Which of the following types of frostbite affects the skin, muscle and bone?




    A. deep
  43. Explains what hypothermia is?




    B. the core body temperature falls below 95 degress
  44. All of the following are acute injuries except?




    D. tendonitis
  45. All of the following signs may justify the possibility of oevertraining except?




    D. headaches
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