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EXSC 490 Physiological Kinesiology
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____ is related to the ability of the heart, lungs, and blood vessels to supply oxygen to working muscles to perform large muscle, moterate-to-vigorous intensity exercises for prolonged period of time?
Aerobic Fitness, Cardiorespiratory Fitness
Which of the following descriptions of flexibility would not be associated with a increased risk of injury?
symmetrical (acrossed joints and on both sides of the body)
ACSM recommends _____ repetitions for development of general muscular fitness in the apparently healthy adult population?
Which of the following is a true statment about distance run/walk assessments?
1.More fit individuals will be able to cover a greater distance in a fixed period of time than less fit individuals
2. More fit individuals will be able to cover a fixed distance in a shorter period of time than less fit individuals
Which of the following represents the 3-site Jackson pollock skinfold site for males?
Chest, abdomen, thigh
When performing multiple fitness assessments in a single session, which of the following should be evaluated first?
Which of the following is the most common site for measurement of pulse during exercise?
______ Is a set of attributes that allows a person to respond and adapt to physical demands without undue stress?
Estimations of one rep maximum are most accurate when ______ reps are completed ?
If preparing to play in a basketball game or other dynamic activity, what is the appropriate time to engage in dynamic stretching?
after general warm-up but prior to game
At which of the following waist circumference is disease risk substantially elevated for females?
The pressure at which of the Korotkoff sounds disappear is the _____ blood pressure?
Which of the following resents the correct rate of air bladder deflation when assessing blood pressure?
2-3mmHg per secod
The 12 min run test and 1.5 mile run test are valid indications of aerobic fitness in which of the following populations?
Healthy men and women who train regularly with brisk walking/running
ACSM recommends adults perform resistance exercise for each major muscle group _____ days per week?
______ is the ability to produce muscular force rapidly?
ACSM recommends healthy adults perform moderate and/or vigorous aerobic exercise _______ days per week to achieve and/or maintain healthy benefits?
Skinfold measurements should always be taken post exercise?
which of the following is not a standard skinfold site?
______ is the ratio of fat-mass to fat-free mass?
The Rockport walk test is a valid indication of aerobic fitness in which of the following population?
older and/sedentary persons 18-60 years
Which of the following is the common termination point for submaximal aerobic capacity assessments?
85% age-predicted HRMax
Which of the following are not health-related components of muscular fitness?
1. Muscular hypertrophy
2. Muscular Power
Which of the following is the correct BMI for an individual with a body mass of 190lbs. and a height of 6 feet?
Which of the following type of aerobic exercise would be most effective in increasing bone mineral density?
In assessing CVD risk factors, obesity may be defied using which of the following?
2. Waist Circumference
ACSM recommends a minimum of _____ minutes per week of vigorous intensity aerobic exercise for apparently healthy adults with health goals?
Which of the following represents the 3-site Jackson pollock skinfold site for females?
Tricep, Suprailium, thigh
which of the following is an example of dynamic muscular endurance?
ACSM recommends _____ of moderate intensity aerobic exercise for apparently healthy adults with health goals?
In the wingate anaerobic cycling test, _____ is based on the highest power level over a 5 second period during the test?
Which of the following represents a moderate intensity aerobic training zone based on heart rate reserve (HRR, Bpm) for a 30 year old individual with a resting HR of 62 BPM (Use 220- age)?
When assessing blood pressure, the bottom edge of the air bladder cuff should be ______ above the antecubital space?
At which of the following waist circumference is disease risk substantially elevated for males?
Maximal aerobic capacity tests are most valid when completed in ______ minutes?
Which of the following meet the definition of vigorous intensity aerobic exercises?
>60% VO2 Max
An overweight BMI is defined as ______ KG/M^2?
The athlete should be instructed to pace themselves to maintain a consistent speed (cadence,rpm) throughout the 30 sec of the actual wingate?
Which of the following is an example of an isometric muscular endurance test?
Which of the following measurments durations are appropriate for assessing HR during and post-excercise ( with the exception of the rockport walk test) Indicate all correct?
1. 15 seconds
2. 6 seconds
3. 10 seconds
_____ is the ability of skeletal muscle to produce maximal force?
When measuring BP, which hand should be used to control the bladder airflow?
_____ occurs when the shoulder is flexed 90* position in the sagittal plane and subsequent movement is away from the midline in the transverse plane?
In a(n) _____ muscle action, the skeletal muscle activity develops tension as it lengths.
Anterior Pelvic tilt may be due to inflexibility or tightness in which of the following muscle?
Which of the following connect muscle to bone?
Which of the following is not a function of bone?
Production of force
The _____ is the lateral bone of the lower leg
A(n) _____ acts concentrically to produce joint movement
Which of the following exercises could be used to strengthen the Rectus Femoris, Vastus Lateralis, Vastus Intermedius, Vastus Medius? (Indicate all correct)
Seated leg (knee) extension
Match the words to the correct definition:
1. In front and above
2. Behind and away from
3. Below and toward midline
4. Above and toward midline
5. In front and away from
The _____ is a rim of fibrocartilage that surrounds the glenoid fossa
______ is movement of the dorsal surface of the foot toward the anterior lower leg
Which of the following are muscles of the rotator cuff complex? (Indicate all correct)
Which of the following is true of the appendicular skeleton?
It consists of upper and lower limbs and the gridles that attach to the limbs
Inflexibility in which of the following muscles is associated with low back pain?
Which of the following are prime agonists of spinal extension?
Which of the following are true about the transverse plane?
It is bisected be the vertical axis
It is a horizontal plane
It divides the body into superior and inferior halves
_____ is a bending movement that results in a decrease in joint angle, usually in the sagittal plane.
Which of the following serve as the common proximal attachment for all prime agonists of wrist flexion?
Medial Humeral Epicondyle
At approximately what age is peak bone mineral density attained?
Which of the following movements generally occur in the frontal plane? (Indicate all correct)
Articular cartilage is primary dependent upon which of the following for health?
Which of the following terms refers to the sole of the foot?
Match the word with the correct definition
1. Closer to a point of reference
2. Toward Midline
3. Bottom of Foot
4. Toward Surface
5. Pertaining to the same side of reference
6. Pertaining to the opposite side of reference
7. Relating to right or left side
8. Relating to right and left side
The verebral colum consists of _____ freely moving vertebrae and 9 immovable (fused) vertebrae.
In muscle nomenclature, rectus femoris, and biceps femoris are names based on whcih of the following distinctice characterustis?
_____ describes rotary movement around the longitudinal axis of a bone away from the midline of the body.
Along with the ribs, what bones comprise the thoracic cage?
Sternum and vertebrae
Which of the following movements generally occur in the sagittal plane? (Indicate all correct)
Which of the following planes divides the body into equivalent anterior and posterior halves? (Indicate all correct)
What reference line runs vertically down the surface of the body, passing through the apex of the axilla (armpit)?
_____ describes how the densities, shapes, and sizes of bones are function of the magnitude and direction of mechanical forces acting on the bone.
The carpals and tarsals are examples of which type of bone?
Joint movement occurs about a(n) _____, which passes perpendicularly through the plane.
Articular cartilage is primarily dependent upon which of the following for health.
Which of the following types of bones permit limiting gliding motion and act as shock absorbers?
The body position used as the reference position when joint movement is described is _____.
Which of the following accurately describes muscle action during a bilateral bicep curl?
Biceps act concentrically to flex the elbow: biceps act eccentrically to extend elbow
_____ is an abnormal curve of the spine characterized by lateral deviation of the vertebral column.
Radioulnar pronation and supination occur at which of the following?
Proximal and Distal Radioulnar Joints
Longitudinal bone growth occurs at which of the following?
_____ vertebrae have additional articulations referred to as costal facets.
Which of the following are prime agonists in the bench press exercise? (Indicate all correct)
Which of the following is not a true statement about long bones?
Most bones of the axial skeleton are of this type
Which of the following are primary elements of interest in structural kinesiology? (Indicate all correct)
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