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Fitness Professionals Handbook Quiz 1
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_________ is defined as any bodily movement produced by skeletal muscles that result in energy expenditure.
defined as a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity
T/F; most of the 5 leading causes of death are chronic degenerate diseases whose onset cannot be delayed or prevented.
Due to a rise in obesity in the US, the Institute of Medicine recommends ___ minutes per day of moderate-intensity exercise to prevent weight gain and achieve full health benefits.
If a fit individual does 60 minutes of vigorous-intensity activity, how many minutes of moderate-intensity activity would that equate to?
light-, moderate-, and vigorous-intensity activity
Recently, increased sedentary behaviour has been related to a higher risk of chronic disease; however, when researchers controlled for the ____ almost all of the biomarker links to sedentary behaviour disappeared.
T/F; the 2008 Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans recommended that for improving endurance and muscular strength, 3 sets of each exercise are mandatory.
T/F; the risk o musculoskeletal injuries decrease with the amount of activity done.
1. improve health(avoidance of disease)
What are 3 possibilities for distinct goals of an exercise program?
T/F; Recent work shows art a change in fitness, not fatness, is the best predictor of future health outcomes
T/F; Medical clearance is always necessary before starting a participant on an unsupervised exercise program
the patient has chronic signs or symptoms of CV or metabolic or renal disease that increase the risk of cardiovascular events during exercise
When is medical clearance necessary before fitness testing or exercise participation?
1-3 per 1,000,000 participant hours
Regarding apparently healthy individuals, the risk of cardiovascular(CV) events during physical activity is...
evaluation of progress with follow-up tests
What is the last step in the fitness professionals pre-activity health appraisal of participants?
The old PAR-Q resulted in almost __% of individuals being referred to medical personnel before being cleared for physical activity participants rather than only __% for the present version(PAR-Q+)
HIPPA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act)
A completed HRA will contain a significant amount of personal health information, which is protected under what?
T/F; A participants fitness test results DO NOT constitute personal health information.
T/F; A fitness facility can make minor alterations to the HRA so that its more applicable to their participant population.
T/F; Fitness facilities have the option of denying participation to individuals who choose not to complete pre-activity screening forms or sign the waiver or release.
Cardiovascular disease (CVD), metabolic disease, and renal disease
One of the main objectives of he medical history review is to identify the presence of which 3 common chronic diseases?
T/F; People who have at least one of the big 3 diseases and DO NOT exercise regularly require medical clearance.
Among people with established CHD, the incidence of coronary event during exercises is estimated to be ___ times greater than that of healthy adults.
A diagnosis of what disease is considered a CHD equivalent?
T/F; The degree of increase for multiple risk factors is determined by their combination and severity.
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