The kinetic chain, or human movement system, consists of which of the following systems?
A)Nervous, muscular, and cardiorespiratory system
B)Nervous, muscular, and skeletal systems
C)Muscular, digestive, and skeletal systems
D)Muscular, skeletal, nervous and cardiorespiratory system
Which of the following MOST accurate describes a typical client with Type II diabetes?
A)Female, age 30, BMI of 22, exercises regularly, takes insulin shots.
B)Male, age 27, BMI of 20, exercises regularly, takes insulin shots
C)Females. Age 56, BMI of 35, sedentary life, regulates with nutrition
D)Male, age 65, BMI of 18, activate senior lifestyle, regulates with nutrition
The rationale for integrated training suggests that in developing training programs for clients, three things must be taken into consideration, these are:
A)The person, their goals, and their environment
B)The person, their current health status, and their environment
C)The person, their environment, and tasks performed on the environment
D)The person, their current health status, and their goals
Although excess intake of most micronutrients can cause adverse effects, which of the following groups of nutrients when taken in excess can cause serious adverse effects including; birth defects, calcification of blood vessels and, damage to sensory nerves?
A)A, C, and water
B)A, D, and B-6
C)C, E, and Selenium
D)A, C, AND B-6