← NASM Chapter 3 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Explain the fifth scenario caused by breathing dysfunction.
- How can breathing dysfunction affect the kinetic chain?
- What is another term for oxygen at rest?
- What is the third step?
- a Where it eventually reaches the lungs and alveolar sacs.
- b 1 metabolic equivalant (or 1 MET) it is calculated as:VO2=Q x a -vO2 diffrence.In this equation VO2 is oxygen consumption,Q is cardiac output (HR x SV),and a - vO2 diffrence is the diffrence in the O2 content between blood in the arteries and blood the blood in the veins.
- c The biology of energy transformations and exchanges within the body,and between it and the environment.How chemical energy (food) is converted into mechanical energy (work).
- d Inadaquate oxygen and retention of metabolic waste within muscles can create fatigued stiff muscles.
- e The cardiorespiratory system is a major support system of the kinetic chain,and vice-versa it's the muscles ,bones and nervous system that supports the cardiorespiratory system and enables it to funtion optimally.So if there is dysfunction in the cardiorespiratory system ,this can directly impact the components of the kinetic chain ,and cause further dysfunction.Alterations in breathing patterns are a primne example.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Inadaquate joint motion of the spine and rib cage,as a result of improper breathing, causes joints to become restricted and stiff.
- Carbon Dioxide.Concurrently ,as the cells of the body are using oxygen, they produce an oxygen waste by-product known as carbon dioxide.
- Does not require oxygen (activity that only last a few seconds.
- Deoxygenated blood is pumped from the right ventricle of the heart.
5 True/False Questions
How many scenarios does the text show that are caused by breathing dysfunction? → Inadaquate joint motion of the spine and rib cage,as a result of improper breathing, causes joints to become restricted and stiff.
Explain the second scenario caused by breathing dysfunction. → All of these situations can lead to decreased functional capacity that may result in headaches ,feelings of anxiety ,fatigue and poor sleep patterns,as well as poor circulation.
What does MET stand for? → Milliliter.
What does "a - v O2 difference" mean? → VO2 max is the highest rate of oxygen transport and utilization achieved at maximal physical exertion.
What is ATP composed of ? → Then conducted through the trachea ,and then down the bronchi.