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KIN 325 Final Exam
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Flexibility exercises should be incorporated in an exercise program 5 days a week.
False, anything over 2-3 days a week is acceptable.
Following the FITT-VP principal what intensity would you prescribe flexibility exercises?
To the point of discomfort.
The sit-and-reach test is a better measure of:
There is no single test that can measure one's flexibility because:
Flexibility is joint specific and will vary.
When administering the sit-and-reach the participant should be instructed to:
Perform a short warm-up
Perform a few stretches
Non engage in fast, jerky movements.
It is important to not allow an individual to lead with one hand during a sit-and-reach assessment as the score will be inaccurate and represent the dominant side of the body.
Ballistic stretching is not an appropriate modality for flexibility exercises.
At what point in an exercise session is stretching recommended for the apparently healthy adult?
After the warm-up or after the cool-down,
Which of the following protocols regarding flexibility training is prescribed by the American College of Sports Medicine?
2-3 days per week
2-4 reps per muscle group to a total of 60s stretching per exercise
Hold stretch for 10-30s
For a total of less than 10 min per session.
22 year old male who is
5' 10" and weights 170 pounds. Calculate resting metabolic rate for a 24 hour period.
170/2.2 = 77.3kg
= 1948 kcal/day
When measuring blood pressure, the stethoscope chest piece should be placed:
Below the antecubital space over the brachial artery
Use of a Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire (Par-Q) does which of the following?
Meets the basic level of liability recommended for a professionally guided exercise.
Appropriate components of the medical healthy history questionnaire include
A medical diagnosis
A previous physical examination finding
A history of symptoms
Which of the following is true regarding informed consent?
The consent form should be verbally explained and include a statement indicating that the individual has been given an opportunity to ask questions and has sufficient information to give informed consent.
The process by which individuals are assigned a risk category is called risk stratification, which is based on the presence or absence of
Known cardiovascular, pulmonary, and/or metabolic disease
Signs or symptoms suggestive of cardiovascular, pulmonary, and/or metabolic disease
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk factors
Definition of a high risk
Individuals who have one or more signs/symptoms of or have diagnosed cardiovascular, pulmonary, and/or metabolic disease.
What should happen to undisclosed or unavailable CVD risk factor information?
Count it as a risk factor except for prediabetes
Engaging in cardio respiratory endurance activities depends on the physiologic and functional state of which systems?
respiratory, cardiovascular, and musculoskeletal
Cardiorespiratory fitness is considered a health-related component of physical fitness because
Low levels of cardiorespiratory-fitness are associated with premature death from all cause, specifically cardiovascular disease
The 1.5 mile test is different from the Rockport One-mile Fitness Walking test because
It is meant to be a run test
One disadvantage of a field test is they could potentially be a maximal test as heart rate and blood pressure are not monitored.
A linear relationship exists between HR and work rate
The submaximal HR response is easily altered by a number of factors including:
Traditionally, the primary purpose of a submaximal exercise test is to
Predict VO2Max from HR workload relationship
When referring to the five assumptions relating to the estimation of VO2max with a submaximal exercise test, mechanical efficiency is monitored by
Setting the metronome at 50 rpm
The main disadvantage of using a cycle ergometer to perform a submaximal exercise test is
It is a less familiar mode of activity for most Americans
There are two constants in the power output formula used to compute workload for the YMCA submaximal exercise test. They are
Distance and time
The resistance for stage one of the YMCA submaximal exercise test should be set at
Relative oxygen consumption is expressed in ml/kg-1/min-1
As systolic blood pressure (SBP) increased during exercise it is uncommon but acceptable during a submaximal graded exercise test for SBP to increase above 250 mm Hg
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