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Injuries can be prevented if you follow the rules, use protective equipment, and know the risks of injuries involved in each sport.
Which of the following is NOT a type of synovial joint in the human body?
How can an individual benefit from participating in the recommended amount of physical activity?
Decreased risk of developing certain diseases
Which of the following is a component of skill-related fitness?
Making good lifestyle choices will result in a healthier life.
Consulting a doctor, choosing the correct clothes, and using appropriate protective equipment are all important steps in beginning an exercise program.
Which of the following statements BEST describes muscular endurance?
Muscular endurance describes the ability of muscles to contract repeatedly and is related to muscle strength.
Which of the following exercise comparisons is NOT an example of increasing intensity levels?
Cycling 10 miles vs. running 10 miles
Which statement BEST describes the process of playing sports?
You should understand the risks of each sport and listen to your body.
When exercising or engaging in physical activity, it's important to realize that your personal decisions have little effect on your safety.
A person's energy efficiency can be partially determined by heredity.
If you're not satisfied with your fitness evaluation score, there's really little you can do about it.
Why are physical fitness attitudes important?
They influence our activity levels.
Why should an athlete see a doctor after taking a blow to the head?
A blow to the head can result in a serious, but not obvious, injury.
Exercise is the one of the most important keys to wellness.
If two runners take the same amount of time to run a mile, they have the same __________.
Explain how hypertension, heart disease, and stroke are related.
Hypertension, which is a higher than normal blood pressure, can lead to heart disease and stroke as it causes undue stress on the cardiovascular system. The risk of developing all three diseases can be reduced through proper diet and regular exercise.
To overcome an object's inertia, it must be acted upon by __________.
Explain why the wall test is best considered a coordination test.
The wall test involves throwing a ball against a wall with one hand and catching it with the opposite hand as it bounces back. It measures the ability of using different body parts in conjunction with one another. While reaction time is somewhat a factor, it is a repetitive, pattern behavior test that makes good coordination a more important factor than agility, power, or speed.
Discuss the interdependence of the components of wellness.
The various components of wellness often influence one another. A good example is how poor body composition may affect your willingness to meet new people, thus negatively affecting your social health.
The measure of an object's mass and velocity is called __________.
Explain why the first step in responding to any sports injury is to remove the danger that led to the injury.
When someone sustains an injury while participating in sports, that indicates that something unexpected has occurred. There is a risk that the conditions that lead to the initial injury could continue to pose a health hazard both to the player who sustained the initial injury as well as other players; it is essential to remove that danger. Removing the danger could require stopping the sports activity or even transporting the injured person off the field of play. While it can be dangerous to move someone who has sustained an injury, it is more important to ensure the safety of the athlete by eliminating dangers that can result in severe injuries.
What differentiates extension from hyperextension?
Extension straightens a joint, and hyperextension bends it but in the opposite direction from flexion.
Which of the following tests uses calipers to assess body composition?
Which of the following is NOT a benefit of cardiorespiratory fitness?
More blood is pumped through the body.
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