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exam 1 special pops
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if your client is exercising at a moderate intensity based on METs, they should be able to pass the "talk test ".
what year was EIM established
The EVS is made up of seven questions
Breaking down an exercise prescription into dose and frequency is a characteristic of
pharmacy style of Ex Rx
in general, a cycling exercise test will quantify a clients maximum oxygen consumption
which of the following is not a benefit to exercise training with chronic conditions
none of the above
this type of scale was associated with which behavioral technique discussed in class
what is the approximate value for one MET
at a minimum, how many sit to stand repetitions should be completed in a 30 second time.
What does EVS stand for
Exercise vital sign
what is the current recommendation for weekly aerobic exercise at a moderate intensity
which of the following METs represents "moderate intensity "
which exercise training variable should be initially increased following an increase in exercise capacity
subsequent to a catastrophic event, it is important to make sure the individual does not fall into the Krebs cycle
One benefit of exercise training with chronic conditions it's to improve quality-of-life
which of the following is not an "a " associated with the transtheoretical model
all of the above
which stages of change would you classify this individual as being that: "Well I just got out of the hospital because I had a heart attack. I haven't had a cigarette since then, I bought a book about the Mediterranean... Minutes a day"
how long is the timed up and go test (in one direction)
using a bruise (or modified Bruce) exercise test protocol is acceptable in people with chronic conditions
which of the following is a common condition associated with a chronic condition that exercise could help improve...
all of the above
two skills that represent exercise intensity were discussed in class, these scales are ____ and ____.
The key purpose of the CCD4 is to help physicians use exercise as readily/easily as they prescribe medications
What is the recommended gait speed to safely cross the street
each of the leading organizations across the world have explicitly described exercise guidelines for chronic conditions
what does the acronym EIM stand for
exercise is medicine
Based on our lecture, a festinating gait is commonly associated with what disease
which of the following is a variable listed in the downward cardiometabolic spiral of chronic disease and disability
all of the above
long-term goals are hardly ever achieved without the use of short term goals
The cell theory is a model of learning and motivation that states the impact of a failed attempt to learn a new school emerges in...
in order to sit and take the exam to become a registered clinical exercise physiologist, a graduate degree in over 600 hours of clinical...
apply to an oxygen consumption is defined as an increase in VO two of no more than ___ ml/min and despite an increase in workload
FITT stands for
frequency, intensity, time, and type
"I'm always going to be skinny. I know I'll never make the varsity team" this is an example of someone displaying
The recommended MET range for starting aerobic exercise when working with a client who was not formally evaluated at 3 to 5 METSs
Who developed the theory on self efficacy
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