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ACSM EP-C Domain I
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Which of the following body comp methods passes electrical current through the body in order to assess the impedance of that current?
Bioelectrical impedance analysis
In the systemic circulatory system, arteries carry _______ blood.
Cells must continuously create ATP at a rate equal to ATP used during submaximal exercise through which one of the following metabolic systems?
Function of the cardiovascular/respiratory system:
Supply oxygen/remove waste
Oxygen consumption in relative form:
During the concentric phase of the hamstring curl:
hamstrings are flexed
Short people are poor candidates for the:
100 - 126 mg*dL-1
Prior to the first training session, provide info on:
Attire, nutrition, hydration, avoiding exertion, and what to expect.
A low to high diagonal chop with the med ball:
Takes place in all 3 planes
What is the best assessment of lower body muscular strength?
Graded Exercise Physiological variables
Increase: HR, pulmonary ventilation, a vo2 diff, SV, CO, systemic BP, and mean arterial BP.
Decrease: Diastolic BP remains constant or slightly decreases.
Lateral deviation of the spine
Vena cava brings deoxygenated blood to the right atrium which sends it to the right ventricle. RV sends it to the pulmonary artery to be oxygenated by the lungs and unload the CO2.
2 positive risk factors + 1 negative RF =
1 Risk factor
High risk client who wants to perform moderate activity needs:
medical exam and physician supervised testing prior to exercise.
What is an appropriate food source of vitamin K?
Leafy Green vegetables
Shortness of breath at rest/mild exertion is a sign/symptom of:
Intermittent Claudication refers to:
Pain that occurs in the lower extremities during walking and disappears after stopping.
- Usually in calf, exercise induced ischemia
To increased accuracy during submax test, EP-C should:
Achieve a steady state within 3-4 minutes at each workload.
AHA/ACSM/Fitness Participation Screening Questionnaire assesses health status by evaluating:
Cardiovascular risk factors
What form may be used if health/medical history evaluation form is not readily available?
Activity with the lowest musculoskeletal risk of injury:
Strategy best for generating clients:
Developing a professional network of allied health professionals.
Obesity waist risk:
Females: 35" 88cm
Males: 40" 102cm
For an individual to induce adaptation and obtain further benefits of exercise, which of the following adaptations must be incorporated?
Humeroulnar, humeroradial joints.
- Hinge joint
Which of the following would be a negative risk factor for ACSM risk classification?
HDL-C of 60 mg*dL-1
- Anything greater than 60 for HDL is considered to be healthy, making it a negative risk.
What is the most important thing to know before conducting a sub-maximal graded exercise test?
Awareness of normal/abnormal responses to exercise.
The facet joints of the lumbar spine are oriented in the ____________ plane which allows _____________ motions.
What burns the majority of calories?
Resting energy makes up the majority of calories expended regardless of activity levels.
When comparing strength between two individuals you should; Asses strength by comparing:
Movement resulting in an __________ of the joint angle, usually moving in the sagittal plane is called _________.
__________ takes place in the ___________ plane of motion, about the longitudinal or vertical axis.
Glenohumeral rotation, Transverse plane
The study of the mechanics of human movement is called:
Advantage to conducting a step test to assess CRF is that:
It allows for assessment of a large group
What is a resilient, semi-rigid form of connective tissue that reduces friction and absorbs some sort of the shock of synovial joints?
Which blood vessel is the location of gas/nutrient exchange?
Outward curve of the thoracic spine:
Kyphosis (posterior curve)
Exercise that increased functional capacity and may relieve symptoms of coronary disease:
Endurance Exercise Training
Ankle Edema may be indicative of which of the following?
Congestive Heart failure: Chronic venous insufficiency occurs when the veins of the lower body can't pump enough blood back to the heart.
To prevent emergent events:
EP-C must conduct appropriate screening on each client as a first step.
What assessments are most important to complete before beginning resistance training?
Posture, FMS, Muscular strength/endurance
What document acknowledges an "assumption of risk" with regard to participation in physical activity?
The benefit of physical activity would outweigh:
The risk of controlled type 1 diabetes
What is the most powerful method of marketing to potential clients?
Word of Mouth
Which cholesterol is the good cholesterol?
High Density Lipoprotein HDL
Characteristic reported by those experiencing symptoms consistent with coronary artery disease:
ACSM minimum threshold for aerobic exercise:
Moderate-intensity aerobic execise -> 5 days/week
Description of shoulder impingement:
Compression of the tendons in the subacromial space with shoulder joint motion.
Disadvantage of VO2 field test
Client effort varies
How to build a successful client relationship
Client centered approach
Hormones that cause new protein production
Hormones that cause protein breakdown
Movement toward the midline in the transverse plane describes which term?
Horizontal adduction (usually describes horizontal humerus when shoulder is flexed @ 90 degrees) (looks like opposite hitler)
Shortness of breath when crossing the street:
Symptom suggestive of pulmonary disease
Muscle superior to latissimus dorsi
Age threshold for risk factor
Discomfort in neck/jaw after carrying a heavy suitcase for sever minutes
Symptom suggestive of CV disease
During pregnancy, resistance and flexibility exercises should be avoided to prevent orthostatic hypotension.
False, but supine position may obstruct venus blood flow to the heart.
Adduction is a joint movement in which plane?
Products that make up Fick Equation
SV, HR, and a VO2 difference
SVmax * HRmax
Change that occurs in arteriovenous oxygen difference in response to exercise?
Increase in a-VO2 difference with increasing exercise intensity.
During a moderate intensity jog, which of the following systems are utilized within 2-3 minutes of the onset of exercise?
1. Phosphagen and Anaerobic Glycolysis
2. At steady state, it shifts from anaerobic to aerobic
3. Oxidative energy not at onset, sustains energy after longer duration.
Before abdominal exercise
Determine/establish neutral pelvic position
To obtain benefits of aerobic exercise:
Individuals should accumulate at least 75 min per week of vigerous-intensity exercise.
Service intro packet must include @ minimum:
Health/medical history evaluation, medical clearance form, informed consent
What is the gold standard for assessing cardiorespiratory fitness?
Open circuit spirometry during graded exercise to fatigue.
Most immediate source of ATP is:
The creatine phosphate system
Blood flow throughout vasculature
Arteries, arterioles, capillaries, venules, and veins
To assess a normal and appropriate CV response to graded exercise, EP-C should monitor:
BP and HR before, during, and after exercise.
Not considered a true joint`
A joint is most stable in which position?
A posterior pelvic tilt produces lumbar
An anterior pelvic tilt produces lumbar
Left side of the heart:
Pumps oxygenated blood to the rest of the body
At risk waist to hip ratio:
Women: >/= .86
Men: >/= .95
A manifestation of coronary artery disease is
Pain that occurs with exertion or exercise.
Concentric contraction of the triceps brachii muscle causes __________ in the __________ plane.
During the contraction phase of a bicep curl, the palms are:
Which of the following is utilized to obtain critical client information?
Client intake form
Upper respiratory tract consists of
Nasal cavity, nose, and pharynx
Lateral lunge is in the _______ plane.
If there is no physician available:
Contact allied health care professional certified in ACLS.
Dorsiflexion/Doriextension of ankle
Impaired glucose intolerance is consistent with
Formal screening guidelines for physical activity are set up by:
Amercian College of Sports Medicine and American Heart Association
When oxygen is not available for mitochondria, ____________ is converted to _____________.
Pyruvate, lactic acid
Pronation of the radioulnar joint occurs in the:
Purpose of cells breaking down our food:
To produce ATP
A weight loss of what percent is associated with a reduction in health risk?
Missing info in health history:
Would be considered as a risk factor.
Which plane is the elevation of the scapula?
Which joint action is performed during reverse fly?
- Transverse plane
What is the main energy source for a 200m sprint?
Advantage to conducting a step test to assess CRF is that:
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