Test Bank For iHealth 3rd Edition By By Phillip Sparling

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Test Bank For iHealth 3rd Edition By By Phillip Sparling

Chapter 03

Develop A Fitness Program

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Flexibility is the functional range of motion in a _____.

A. muscle group

B. tendon

C. bone

D. joint

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Bloom’s Taxonomy: Knowledge

Learning Objective: Define flexibility

Topic Area: Recommendations for Healthy Adults

2. Many of the chronic diseases we face today are associated with _____.

A. a sedentary lifestyle

B. alcohol abuse

C. poor nutrition

D. drug abuse

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Bloom’s Taxonomy: Knowledge

Learning Objective: Identify health problems related to physical inactivity

Topic Area: Physical Activity, Exercise, and Physical Fitness

3. In which of the following decades of life can disease of inactivities, such as osteoporosis and heart disease, begin to take effect?

A. First and second decades

B. Second and third decades

C. Third and fourth decades

D. Fourth and fifth decades

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Bloom’s Taxonomy: Knowledge

Learning Objective: Know when diseases of inactivity begin to take effect

Topic Area: Physical Activity, Exercise, and Physical Fitness

4. Simply put, physical activity refers to:

A. moving around using the body’s muscle power.

B. training for an upcoming event.

C. being athletic.

D. maintaining a high level of fitness and well-being.

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Bloom’s Taxonomy: Knowledge

Learning Objective: Define physical activity

Topic Area: Physical Activity, Exercise, and Physical Fitness

5. Consistently incorporating physical activity into one’s life yields:

A. some health benefits.

B. minimal health benefits.

C. significant health benefits.

D. significant weight loss.

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Bloom’s Taxonomy: Knowledge

Learning Objective: Recall the benefits of physical activity

Topic Area: Physical Activity, Exercise, and Physical Fitness

6. Physical fitness is defined as:

A. the ability to carry out daily tasks with vigor and alertness.

B. structured physical activity focused on improving physical capacity.

C. physical effort based on heart rate.

D. muscular movement that results in significant energy expenditure.

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation

Bloom’s Taxonomy: Knowledge

Learning Objective: Define physical fitness

Topic Area: Physical Activity, Exercise, and Physical Fitness

7. Structured physical activity that is focused on improving or maintaining physical capacity is called:

A. specific sport training.

B. exercise.

C. ballistic stretching.

D. physical fitness.

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Bloom’s Taxonomy: Knowledge

Learning Objective: Define exercise

Topic Area: Physical Activity, Exercise, and Physical Fitness

8. A person’s physiological well-being _____ as their fitness level improves.

A. declines

B. improves

C. stays the same

D. fluctuates

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Bloom’s Taxonomy: Knowledge

Learning Objective: Describe the three aspects of physical fitness

Topic Area: Physical Activity, Exercise, and Physical Fitness

9. Which three components does health-related physical fitness include?

A. Cardiorespiratory fitness, musculoskeletal fitness, and body composition

B. Muscular strength, muscular endurance, and flexibility

C. Body composition, muscular strength, and muscular endurance

D. Cardiorespiratory fitness, flexibility, and muscular endurance

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Bloom’s Taxonomy: Knowledge

Learning Objective: Construct a model of physical fitness and its three components

Topic Area: Physical Activity, Exercise, and Physical Fitness

10. Musculoskeletal fitness increases bone density, muscle mass, and joint health and thereby lowers the risk of _____.

A. heart attack

B. type II diabetes

C. stroke

D. osteoporosis

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Bloom’s Taxonomy: Knowledge

Learning Objective: Relate musculoskeletal fitness to bone and joint health

Topic Area: Physical Activity, Exercise, and Physical Fitness

11. Which of the following lowers the risk of dying prematurely, especially from heart disease and stroke?

A. Musculoskeletal fitness

B. Body composition

C. Flexibility

D. Cardiorespiratory fitness

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Bloom’s Taxonomy: Knowledge

Learning Objective: Identify the benefits of cardiorespiratory fitness

Topic Area: Physical Activity, Exercise, and Physical Fitness

12. Which of the following types of tissue is found in muscles and bones?

A. Fat tissue

B. Lean tissue

C. Mixed tissue

D. Mostly fat tissue

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Bloom’s Taxonomy: Knowledge

Learning Objective: Distinguish between fat tissue and lean tissue

Topic Area: Physical Activity, Exercise, and Physical Fitness

13. Energy production for physical activity takes place in the _____ cells through a complex series of reactions resulting in muscle contraction.

A. muscle

B. blood

C. liver

D. bone

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Bloom’s Taxonomy: Knowledge

Learning Objective: Define energy metabolism

Topic Area: How the Body Responds to Exercise

14. Anaerobic metabolism can supply energy for:

A. up to one hour.

B. about 30 seconds.

C. up to 7 minutes.

D. up to 9 minutes.

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Bloom’s Taxonomy: Knowledge

Learning Objective: Name the most immediate source of energy

Topic Area: How the Body Responds to Exercise

15. Which of the following parts of the body stores adenosine triphosphate (ATP)?

A. Liver

B. Muscles

C. Fat

D. Bones

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation

Bloom’s Taxonomy: Knowledge

Learning Objective: Know where adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is stored

Topic Area: How the Body Responds to Exercise

16. What term is used to refer to the production of energy without oxygen?

A. Basal metabolism

B. Anaerobic metabolism

C. Catabolism

D. Aerobic metabolism

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Bloom’s Taxonomy: Knowledge

Learning Objective: Describe anaerobic metabolism

Topic Area: How the Body Responds to Exercise

17. Prolonged activities such as distance running, cycling, and swimming rely on _____ for continued energy production.

A. exercise metabolism

B. aerobic metabolism

C. basal metabolism

D. anaerobic metabolism

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation

Bloom’s Taxonomy: Knowledge

Learning Objective: Describe aerobic metabolism

Topic Area: How the Body Responds to Exercise

18. Which of the following appears to link the aerobic and anaerobic pathways?

A. Nitric acid

B. Lactic acid

C. Carbon dioxide

D. Oxygen

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Bloom’s Taxonomy: Knowledge

Learning Objective: Name the two metabolic pathways that are linked by lactic acid

Topic Area: How the Body Responds to Exercise

19. The integration of the heart, lungs, and blood vessels to transport oxygen in the blood to muscles and other tissues is called the _____ function.

A. cardiopulmonary

B. bioenergetic

C. cardiorespiratory

D. hemoglobin

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation

Bloom’s Taxonomy: Knowledge

Learning Objective: Define cardiorespiratory function and the role it plays in aerobic metabolism

Topic Area: How the Body Responds to Exercise

20. The highest amount of oxygen the body can consume during exhaustive exercise is known as _____ capacity.

A. aerobic

B. catabolic

C. anabolic

D. anaerobic

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation

Bloom’s Taxonomy: Knowledge

Learning Objective: Relate aerobic capacity to cardiovascular fitness

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