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NASM: Quiz 13
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Performing all sets of an exercise before moving onto the next exercise is known as which of the following?
When performing the single-leg dumbbell scaption, what is the immediate regression?
A personal trainer has his client perform the following exercises in order: ball squat, curl to overhead press, ball dumbbell chest press, standing cable row, seated stability ball military press, step-up to balance, and then repeat the sequence. Which of the following resistance training systems does this exercise routine represent?
Resistance should be positioned to resist scapular depression and retraction during which of the following exercises?
Standing cable row
Which of the following is a resistance training method that involves performing a set with light load followed by increasing the load and decreasing the repetitions with each continuing set?
A client performs a ball squat, curl to overhead press followed by a push-up, a standing cable row, a single-leg scaption, and a single-leg squat in a circuit fashion. This is an example of which of the following resistance training systems?
What is occuring when a prolonged intolerable stressor produces fatigue and leads to a breakdown in the system or injury?
When performed at an appropriate tempo, which of the following exercises would offer the best improvement of the power of a client's pectoralis major?
Medicine ball rotation chest pass
A client's increase in biceps strength from performing dumbbell curls is evidence of which fitness principle?
Which of the following is specifically employed in a resistance training workout in order to develop muscular endurance of the legs?
Exercises that involve light weights and high repetitions.
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