PHYED-6101 Physical Fitness

PHYED-6101 Physical Fitness


Health refers to a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely an absence or presence of diseases or injuries.
=TRUE

The long-term goal of this Physical Education is to encourage you to buy equipment that will make you physically fit and well.
=FALSE

The main goal of Physical Education is to make everyone move for a lifetime.
=TRUE

To bend and twist your joints with ease and without the risk of injuries is ________ at work.
= Flexibility

Physical Education aims to develop your motor skills as wells as your applied knowledge.
=TRUE

Physical Education aims to develop your motor skills as wells as your applied knowledge.
=Poor Nutrition

Refers to the structure of the body which consists of muscles, bones, organs, and water.
= Fat Free Mass

Which of the following activities can best develop Cardiovascular Endurance?
= Running

Type of physical activity that requires planned, structured, and repetitive bodily movements with the objective of improving one's physical fitness.
= Exercise

Mary started to run 3 kilometers and a month after training can already finish a 10- kilometer distance. This means that throughout her practice her _____ has shown      improvements.
= CV Endurance

To bend and twist your joints with ease and without the risk of injuries is ________ at work.
= Flexibility

A state of complete, physical, mental, and social well-being. It is not merely the absence or presence of diseases or injuries.
= Health

Gelo is a contortionist in the circus, he does not have troubles in fitting his body in small spaces. This means that Gelo has a good _____.
= Flexibility

This refers to the process of becoming aware of and making choices towards a more successful existence.
= Wellness

A type of wellness which entails a person to eat well, exercise, and avoiding harmful habits.
= Physical

Andy wanted to know her Body Mass Index. In order to this she needed to get her body weight and height in kilograms and meters, respectively. BMI is the test necessary to measure a person's _______.
= Body Composition

Wellness refers to a person having an optimal health and vitality.
= TRUE

Anne wants to attend Yoga classes. She is hesitating to do so because she lacks ______ in her joints.
= Flexibility

The long term goal of the course is make you move and choose physical fitness for a lifetime.
= TRUE

It is set of physical attributes that allow the body to respond or adapt to the demands of stress and physical effort.
= Physical Fitness

To understand fitness and physical activity, one must learn the purpose and importance of learning Physical Education.
=TRUE

Eric spends most of his days sitting in front of the TV and eating junk food. His _____ fitness component will be the most affected by this habit.
=Body Composition

Positive attitudes are also developed through being physically fit and active.
=TRUE

To lift a heay object from the floor once is _______ at work.
= Muscular Strength

This refers to bodily movements produced by the skeletal muscles that require energy expenditure and produces progressive health benefits.
= Physical Activity

The Doctor's Clearance is a test which evaluates your current physical capacity and Doctor's your exercise history before you engage in an exercise program.
= FALSE

This is the ability of a muscle or a muscle group to remain contracted or to contract repeteadly for a long period of time.
= Muscular Endurance

Health-related fitness components refer to your body's overall health and functionality.
= TRUE

The Waiver is a pre-course requirement and an agreement between you and AMAESHI.
= TRUE

Lorraine has a very stiff shoulder which hinders her when reaching for things at the top of the cupboard. She tried stretching to improve her _______.
= Flexibility

Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaires are designed to determine your overall physical capacity.
= TRUE

Motor skills refers to anything that allows you to move and use your body to expend energy.
= TRUE

A person can begin any exercise program without the need to consult a trained professional.
= FALSE

Nikki is overweight, she decided to go on a strict diet and go the gym regularly to remedy this problem. Based on this statement, which component of fitness determines a person's weight and proportions?
= Body Composition

It is the amount of force a muscle can produce with a single maximum effort.
= Muscular Strength

Mila carried a 100-lb. barbell with a single effort and placed it back in the rack. Mila showed an incredible _____ when she successfully did the activity.
= Muscular Strength

Waiver, Agreement to Participate, and Doctor's Clearance are all necessary to ensure your safety.
=TRUE

Contracting your muscles for a prolonged period of time without feeling easily tired is an exhibition of good _________.
= Muscular Endurance

A type of wellness where you ensure to develop your critical thinking and creativity.
= Mental Wellness

Exercise and physical activity is painful and should not be included in a person's life.
=FALSE

The overall proportion of your fat mass and lean tissues refers to your ________.
= Body Composition

Motor skills refers to anything that allows you to move and use your body to expend energy.
=TRUE

Motor skills refers to anything that allows you to move and use your body to expend energy.
= Physical Fitness

Jane loves running, she usually covers 10 kilometers on a weekly basis. Based on this, Jane has a strong _______.
= CV Endurance

Gabe moved out of the house, loaded his stuff in the trunk, and kept on coming back carrying a heavy load each time. This activity shows the health-related fitness component of ______.
= Muscular Endurance

Mark can finish fifty laps under an hour in the lap pool. Based on this, Mark has a very strong _______.
= CV Endurance

Wellness refers to a person having an optimal health and vitality.
=TRUE

Jeff wanted to place the new water gallon over the water dispenser. The _____ fitness component is involved in doing this explosive task.
= Muscular Strength

Andy wanted to know her Body Mass Index. In order to this she needed to get her body weight and height in kilograms and meters, respectively. BMI is the test necessary to measure a person's _______.
= Body Composition

There are 7 dimensions of wellness, some of these include, physical, emotional, and mental wellness.
=FALSE

This refers to having an optimal health and vitality.
=WELLNESS

Refers to a physical activity that requires planned, structured, and repetitive bodily movements with the objective of improving one's physical fitness.
=EXERCISE

The long-term goal of this Physical Education is to encourage you to buy equipment that will make you physically fit and well.
=FALSE

The PAR-Q should be signed by your doctor, clearing you in engaging in physical activity.
=FALSE

The three dimensions of health include all of the choices EXCEPT:
=SOCIAL HEALTH

Lorraine has a very stiff shoulder which hinders her when reaching for things at the top of the cupboard. She tried stretching to improve her _______.
=FLEXIBILITY

Positive attitudes are also developed through being physically fit and active.
=TRUE

Physical activity and exercise does not improve a person's physical fitness.
=FALSE

Engaging in a Marathon involves a person to have high level of ___________.
=CV ENDURANCE

A health-related fitness component which refers to your ability to perform prolonged, large-muscle, dynamic exercises at different intensities.
= CV Endurance

Which of the following activities can BEST develop both Muscular Strength and Endurance?
= Resistance Training

A type of wellness which entails a person to eat well, exercise, and avoiding harmful habits.
= Physical

The long term goal of the course is make you move and choose physical fitness for a lifetime.
= TRUE

Physical Education aims to develop your motor skills as well as your applied knowledge.
=True

These are inherited traits that you got from your parents or ancestors.
=Genes/Hereditary Traits is specifically designed to check and gauge a person's overall physicality before engaging in strenuous activities.
=Doctor’s Clearance(NS)must be strictly filled out by a Doctor before the start of any Physical Activity.
= Medical Release Form(ns)

This refers to a state of complete, physical, mental, and social well-being; it is not merely the absence or presence of diseases or injuries.
=Health

Physical Education aims to develop your confidence and lifetime of physical activity.
=TRUE

A type of wellness which refers to your constant monitoring and exploring of thoughts and feelings and finding solutions to solve any obstacles along the way.
= SOcial

Being well in this avenue of your life means that you respect and live in harmony with your imme surroundings.
=Planetary Wellness

The range of motion available in joints.
=Flexibility

The goals of Physical Education is to develop your: Motor skills, , confidence, positive attitude, and lifetime physical activity.

=

The main goal of Physical Education is to make everyone for a lifetime.

=

All of the following are factors that can affect your health, which among the choices is the BIGGEST contributing factor?
= Lifestyle

Poor lifestyle, heredity, and height are some of the factors that can affect a person's overallheal
=FALSE

Medical clearances are not important in performing exercise activities.
=FALSE

Spiritual wellness refers to your ability to protect yourself with the hazards of the environment.
=FALSE

Andrew enjoys going to the gym and he enjoys weight lifting. The health-related fitness component at work is _____.
= Muscular Endurance

Maintaining a means that a person is providing the body with proper nutrition through a conscious decision of preparing meals.
= Healthy Diet

The two components of Physical Fitness are -related and skill-related fitness components.
= Flexibility(NS)

Other requirements include your: Exercise equipment, , and Tests in Comprehension.

=

All of the following are the basic concepts of fitness EXCEPT:
= Poor nutrition

This refers to the overall tissue composition of the body.
= Body Composition(ns) (nasagot na muscular strength at cv endurance MALI ETO)

Jane wanted to tone her body. She enrolled in the gym to perform weight training exercises. The component of fitness that she needs most is _____.
= Body Composition

Which of the following is the most beneficial practice to maintain a healthy heart?
= Exercise regularly and make good food choices

What test measures your body's ability to balance itself and maintain Center of Gravity?
= Stork Balance Test

Mike can move from both ends of the court in just a few seconds and his opponents always fail to catch up with him. This shows that Mike has good ____.
= Agility

A person with an 18.5-24.9 kg/m2 Body Mass Index is in the Normal Weight Range.
= TRUE

A test use to determine the upper body strength of males is called
=flexibility(mali)

When you perform a golf swing, the skill-related fitness component mostly at work is ______.
= Speed

Hamstring Stretches and Yoga poses are basic exercises to improve your lower body's flexibility.
=TRUE

Hypertension is a condition in which blood flow to the heart is reduced because of blockages in the arteries.
= FALSE

The BEST exercise that targets your tricep muscles are your _____.
= Tricep Extensions

A health-related fitness component that is directly related to the skill-related fitness component of power.
= Muscular Strength

The ability to retain the center of mass above the base of support in a stationary position.
= Static Balance

Jaime did the stork test and found that he cannot stand straigth with one leg for a prolonged period. When he performed this test, he wanted to know his body's ability to _____.
= Balance

The Sit and Reach Test is used to evaluate the of your hamstrings.
= flexibility _____ refers to a subjective assessment of effort or intensity.
= Ratings of Perceived Exertion (RPE)

Lack of oxygen delivery to the brain could result to a condition known as ______.
= Stroke

Body Mass Index is calculated by dividing your weight in kilograms to your height in meters.
=FALSE

It is the ability to maintain equilibrium while moving or stationary.
=Balance

Maximal Heart Rate is the difference between your Heart Rate Reserve and Resting Heart Rate.
=FALSE

The skill-related fitness component greatly related to muscular strength and endurance is _____.
=POWER

The 3-minute Step Test is designed to measure your Cardiovascular Endurance.
=TRUE

Tension and stress are contributing factors to a healthy and functioning heart.
=FALSE

The bicuspid valve is responsible for preventing the backflow of blood from the left atrium to the left ventricle.
=TRUE

The muscles at the back of your legs are called _______.
=HAMSTRINGS

The skill-related fitness component that is greatly needed in Sprinting/Running.
=Speed

Jake has a waist measurement of 32 cm, and a hip measurement of 38 cm. Based on these data, what is Jake's waist-hip ratio?
=0.84 cm

In volleyball, Jane was able to successfully receive a speeding open attack or a spike from the other team. This clearly shows that she has good ______.
= Reaction Time is a disease which refers to the lack of oxygen supply to the brain.
=Stroke

This refers to your ability to respond and react quickly to a certain stimulus.
= Reaction Time

In performing the Sit and Reach Test the distance of your feet must be ______.
= Hip Width

Fitness Tests are important to determine your level of fitness and overall progress.
= TRUE

To measure your pulse rate, you can use your thumb to palpate your carotid artery.
=FALSE

The heart is a muscle and in order for it to be stronger, one must exercise.
=TRUE

The valve is responsible for preventing the backflow of blood between the right atrium and the right ventricle.
=Tricuspid

The test that is used to measure the power of your lower body is known as the _______.
= Vertical Jump Test

A person with a normal blood pressure has a BP reading of ______?
= 120/80

Low Density Lipoproteins or LDLs are considered as "good cholesterol" which are needed in the body.
=FALSE

The heart is composed of the atria and
= Ventricles

A normal blood pressure has a systole over diastole of
=( sphygmomanometer at cardiac cycle<< MALI) try hypertension

The sit and reach test is designed to measure a person's muscular endurance.
=FALSE

Swimming is a race that begins with either a gun or horn start, the component of fitness that is at work in this stimulus is _____.
= Reaction Time

This refers to your ability to perform motor tasks accurately and smoothly using body movements and the senses.
=Coordination

The lungs are part of the Cardiovascular System and is responsible for blood oxygenation.
= TRUE

Playing Basketball requires you to shift your body quickly from Point A to Point B. This is _______at work.
= Agility

The Waist-Hip Ratio is used to determine a person's predisposal to different health-related disease.
=TRUE

The heart is composed of ONLY two chambers.
=FALSE

The duration for the ideal exercise prescription of a healthy heart is between ______.
= 20-60 minutes

Jeon broke his back from moving his mother's closet across her room. This means that Jeon lacks the skill-related fitness component of _____.
=POWER(MALI NA UNG SPEED)

All of the following are guidelines in performing the push-up test, EXCEPT:
= The belly sinks to the floor as the downward movement of the push-up is done.

The muscles at the back of your legs are called _______.
=Hamstrings unit of measure is used in determining your Body Mass Index.
= Body Composition (NS)

Stress is considered a risk factor that can be detrimental to the heart function.
=TRUE

Part of the heart that serves as reservoirs for both unoxygenated and oxygenated blood.
= Atria

Genes, ethnicity, and lifestyle, are factors that can affect your height.
=FALSE

The ability to retain the center of mass above the base of support in a stationary position.
= Static Balance

All of these exercises target your shoulder muscles EXCEPT:
= Bicep Curls

Which of the following is not a material needed in performing the sit & reach test?
=step box

What is the best way to improve Cardiovascular Endurance?
= Aerobic Training

A person is playing tennis and he decides quickly to change from point A to point B. What type of skill-related fitness component is at work in this situation?
= Agility

A component of fitness that usually involves movements that are explosive in nature.
=POWER

The Sit and Reach Test is designed to measure you abdominal endurance.
=FALSE

A successful end position of a military push-up is when your elbows are locked and your arms are stretched located just under your shoulders.
=TRUE

All of the following are factors that can affect the health of your heart, which of the following is the BIGGEST contributing factor for heart diseases?
= Lifestyle

This is the medical term which refers to chest pains.
= Angina Pectoris

What test measures the ability of your hand-eye-coordination?
= Wall-Toss Test

The normal heart rate at rest or before exercise is between _______ beats per minute.
= 60-100

bring blood AWAY from the heart.
= oxygen-rich (ns)

Bad habits like smoking, drinking, and overeating put the heart at risk for different diseases.
=TRUE

The _____ test is designed to measure a person's Cardiovascular Endurance.
= 3-minute step test

The Crunch Test is designed to measure your abdominal endurance.
=TRUE

Activities like, Gymnastics, Dancing, & Walking all need the body's _____.
= Coordination

Modified push-ups are for males, while military push-ups are for females.
=FALSE

The ____ bring back the blood to the heart in a systemic flow.
=veins

test is used to determine whether your body is in the obese, overweight, underweight, or normal zone of fitness.
= Classification(ns)

A condition in which the walls of arteries and veins become thick because of age.
= Arteriosclerosis

Your military push-ups will be inaccurate if your _______.
= Belly Dips

What test measures your body's ability to balance itself and maintain Center of Gravity?
= Stork Balance Test

This is a type of balance where a person maintains balance while moving.
= Dynamic Balance

It is another valve in the heart responsible for preventing backflow of blood between the heart and other parts of the body.
= Aortic-Semilunar

Gela is a blocker in her volleyball team. Blocking is one of the skills in volleyball that requires
a lot of _____ so that the ball will return to the other side quickly.
=REACTION TIME


The fitness test requires you to measure your Resting Heart Rate and Heart Rate after exercise.
= 3-minute Step Test

The ________ test can be used as a tool to measure your Speed.
=20-m Dash

Andrew wanted to engage in weight lifting. What skill-related fitness component does he need to lift a load or weight at its heaviest?
=POWER

In getting your waist and hip ratio, you need to use a measuring tape for the test.
=TRUE

Men who are under the low risk category have ______ Waist-Hip Ratio.
= < 0.89

Which of the following tests determines your body composition.
= Waist-Hip Ratio

A heart attack is also known as a Myocardial
= Infarction

Systole and Diastole are measurements that can be used to determine whether a person has ______.
=hypertension

What test measures the explosive power of your legs?
= Vertical Jump Test

Soccer and Basketball both need your skills of speed and ______.
=agility

In order to practice a skill regularly, the minimum number of time required is?
=30 minutes

The normal Body Mass index is between the ranges of __________.
=18.5-24.9 kg/m2


The heart serves as the main ____ of the body responsible for distributing all the oxygen-rich blood within its systems.
=pump

Physical activity and exercise are contributing factors to having a healthy heart.
=TRUE

All of the following are guidelines for your Crunch Test EXCEPT:
=Feet moves(ns)

Part of the body composition test is your height, weight, 3-minute step test, and Waist-Hip Ratio.
=FALSE

A regular resting heart rate for individuals who are not athletes range between
= 60- 100

Responding to a gun start is _________ at work.
=REACTION TIME

All of the following are intervals for calculating Heart Rate measurements EXCEPT:
= 20 secs X 4

A fit heart muscle will result to an increase in heart muscle size and power.
=TRUE

A condition in which arteries become thick and non-elastic is called
= Arteriosclerosis

The Crunch Test is designed to measure your abdominals' _____.
= Endurance

It is the skill-related fitness component greatly needed in the sport of Swimming.
= Coordination

In computing for Body Mass Index the final unit of measure is _____:
= Kg/m2

It is the valve responsible for preventing backflow of blood between the heart and lungs.
= Pulmonary-Semilunar

The medical term used for referring to chest pains due to blocked arteries is
= Angina Pectoris

All of these tests are designed to measure your body composition EXCEPT:
= Crunch Test

The exercise, lateral raises, is aimed at developing the muscles of your chest.
=false

A regular resting heart rate for individuals who are not athletes usually range from 120-150 beats per minute.
=FALSE

To perform a crunch test, you only need to tap your knees and crunch through your neck.
=FALSE

Singing while dancing is one of Beyonce's many talents. Her good sense of _____ makes her one of the great performers on stage all over the world.
= Coordination(ns) (reaction time mali)

Which among the following exercises is best suited to target the muscles of the abdominals?
= Planks

The ideal exercise to improve flexibility among the choices below is:
= Stretching

A skill-related fitness component that is GREATLY needed in Gymnastics.
= Balance(ns)

Tina wants to know whether she is at a risk of getting high blood pressure. Which of the following fitness component can most accurately determine this factor?
= Body Composition

is a condition where pressure of blood is beyond normal.
=High-Blood (ns)

Climbing a tree is a simple activity that requires you to have good ____.
= Balance(ns)

Making good lifestyle choices is a big step to improving your health and wellness.
=TRUE

All of the following refer to the functions of bones EXCEPT:
= Production of bile

The normal resting heart rate is between _____ beats per minute.
= 60-100 bpm

Physical Education does not help motivate a person's goal of achieving fitness.
=FALSE

Planting rice or the suicide drill is a good activity to enhance a person's ____.
= Agility

Muscles are composed of connective tissues, myofibrils, muscle fibers, and several motor units.
=TRUE

Mark recently found out that he is in the overweight scale of the BMI standards. This simply
means that he needs to improve his ____ in order to live a better lifestyle.
= Body Composition

Muscles make up forty (40) percent of our body mass and are responsible for movement.
=TRUE

A condition that affects the blood vessels of the heart and its surrounding muscles.
= Coronary Heart Disease

The heart is divided into ___ equal chambers.F115
=4

What is known as the long part of the bone that can be found along the arms and legs?
= Shaft

Marie wants to join a half marathon (21 km) race in November. In order to be successful in

the race she must strongly build on her ___.
= CV Endurance


What part of the musculoskeletal system attaches bones to the muscles?
= Tendons
A very sharp and involuntary pain felt in the muscles, usually along the limbs and is caused
by dehydration.
= Muscle Cramps
The growth plate is a part of the bone that grows off as maturity begins.
=TRUE
Health refers to a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and is not merely
the absence of diseases or injuries.
=TRUE
Which statement does not belong in the group?
= The heart rests
The part of the heart that serves as the transporter of blood to the lungs and to the whole
body.
= Ventricles
To convert your height from inches to meters you need to multiply it by:
= 0.0254 meters
Stop activity then stretch painful area.
= Side Stitches
Physical Fitness refers to the body, mental health refers to the mind, and social health refers
to the spirit.
=FALSE
What is the best way to prevent chafing?
= Wear synthetic material
Bones are responsible for digesting food and delivering nutrients to the body in the form of
tissues.
=FALSE
A successful fitness journey lies only on your knowledge and little on your physical effort.
=FALSETo easily adapt to changes within your social circle is an example of interpersonal wellness.
=FALSE
The ability to perform motor tasks accurately and smoothly using body movements and the
sense organs.
= Coordination
This discomfort occurs when fluid accumulates right under the skin due to excess friction.
= Blisters
These are all short-term effects of drinking, EXCEPT:
= alcoholism
Which of the following is a short-term effect of using marijuana?
= increased appetite
Jake does weight training activities 3 times a week for 20-30 minutes every session. He is
trying to build on his _____.
= Muscular Endurance
Stretch painful area upon onset of discomfort.
= Muscle Cramps
The myofibrils when bound together are called
=( Epimysium WRONG)
To develop the body, mind, and spirit helps a person reach optimal health.
=TRUE
All of the following are ways on how to calculate for your body composition EXCEPT:
=Sit and reach
Atrophy is a condition in which muscle size degenerates caused by injuries or age.
=TRUE
Exercising improves the quality or strength of your tendons, ligaments, and cartilages.
=TRUE
Sandro wants to join the 400-meter dash race in their school. In order to last in the race,
Sandro must build the health-related fitness component of ____.= Muscular Endurance
Strength that refers to the amount of force that can be exerted in relation to one's own
body weight.
= Relative Strength
To manage stress effectively is one way of maintaining your overall health and wellness.
=TRUE
Exercise refers to bodily movements produced by the skeletal muscles that require energy
expenditure.
=FALSE
Which test is used to determine a person's current CV Endurance level?
= 3-min. Step Test
Take a warm bath after exercise to prevent _______.
= Muscle Soreness
Jane engaged in a Yoga class for 3 days now, she noticed that she can't do the Indian seat
efficiently because her hips were lacking ____.
= Flexibility
A discomfort in which prevention and treatment are corn pads and/or donut pads.
= Blisters
Strength training makes you flexible, increases your speed, and tones the muscles of your
body.
=FALSE
For open ______, clean it, use antiseptics and bandages and leave the skin in place.
= Blisters
What type of muscle is involuntary and is usually found in the internal organs?
= Smooth
All of the following are causes of shin splints, EXCEPT:
= improper breathing
This type of discomfort can be prevented by wearing synthetic or non-abrasive materials
that glide with the skin as you perform exercise.=CHAFING
Hypertrophy refers to the degeneration of muscle size caused by injuries, age, and inactivity.
=FALSE
Who is stronger between the two?
= 50-lb person that lifts 500 pounds
Marie wants to join a half marathon (21 km) race in November. In order to be successful in
the race she must strongly build on her ___.
= Muscular Endurance(ns) ( Muscular Strength WRONG)
Why are fitness tests important?
= Because it helps you set your goals
The best treatment for muscle cramps is adding more meat/protein in your diet.
=FALSE
This discomfort occurs when fluid accumulates right under the skin due to excess friction.
= Blisters
Avoid cotton materials because it creates too much friction when wet.
=CHAFING
If a person has a large number of fast-twitch muscle fibers, he/she has higher _____.
= chances of increasing muscle size
A waiver is used to ensure an agreement between the student and AMAESHI regarding
physical activities that are to be performed within the student's own guidance.
=TRUE
Amelia is a gymnast for the floor event, in order for her to perform wide splits, she needs to
improve on her ____ on a daily basis.
=FLEXIBILITY
Anorexia Nervosa is a condition in which a person engages in recurrent episodes of binge
eating following by purging.
=FALSEAndrew is very conscious about the type of food he consumes daily and he even has a food
log to keep track of all the calories he has consumed. Based from this Andrew must have
good ____.
= Body Composition
After exercising the chemical waste products that build up on the muscle are known as
_______.
= Lactic Acid
Bones contain which are responsible for production of blood.
=blood cells(ns)
Angelina wants to join the Body Builders Association. What is the most significant healthrelated fitness component she needs to develop to be successful in this?
= Body Composition
It is a condition in which a sharp pain is felt just under the ribs, typically on the right side of
the abdomen.
= Side stitch
A condition in which there is a blockage within the arterial walls which eventually leads to
the lack of oxygen and blood flow within the body.
= Heart Attack
Bones are responsible for digesting food and delivering nutrients to the body in the form of
tissues.
= FALSE
Exercise discomforts are only temporary and may not cause any injuries or harm to the
body.
=FALSE
The two classifications of skeletal muscles are known as slow-twitch and fast-twitch muscle
fibers.
=TRUE
Intermittent exercises done within a week is a preventive measure for this exercise
discomfort; which lessens the chances of further aggravating it into an injury.
= Shin Splints
What is the best way to prevent chafing?
= Wear synthetic material
Men have larger and bulkier muscles because of the high levels of estrogen hormones
within their bodies.
=TRUE
What part of the musculoskeletal system is the place in which bones meet?
=Joints
These are considered as "good cholesterols" and are found in food sources like fish,
vegetables, and grains.
= Plaque(NS)
Bones are made up of the following materials EXCEPT:
= Sodium
This is the nonspecific response of the body to any demand made upon it in order to
maintain physiological equilibrium.
= Eustress or Stress lang sagot d2
The new formula for computing Maximal Heart Rate is:
= 208 - (.7 X age)
The myofibrils cover the different muscle groups of the body.
=FALSE
To sit up straight and to dance are both activities that require a person's ability to ____ .
=COORDINATIOn
To easily adapt to changes within your social circle is an example of interpersonal wellness.
=FALSE
Gently massage painful area.
= Muscle Cramps
Are muscles found within the arms and legs of the body.
= Epimysium
What are parts of the musculoskeletal system that connect/attach bone to bone?=LIGAMENTS
Doctor's clearance, PAR-Q questionnaires, and Agreement to participate are all used to
gauge your level of comprehension.
=FALSE
To sit up straight and to dance are both activities that require a person's ability to ____ .
= Coordination(ns) (REACTION TIME WRONG)
The ____ is the part of the bones that is long and gives the limbs of the body its specific
lengths.
=shaft
Any discomfort felt in the body during an exercise requires you to slow down or completely
stop the activity.
=TRUE
Wear double socks.
= Blisters
Physical Fitness refers to the process of becoming aware of and making choices towards a
more successful existence.
=FALSE
Which is NOT a contributing factor to a person's height?
=DIET
Muscles soreness is the most common discomfort felt after exercise.
=TRUE
Physical Wellness refers to your habits of eating well, exercising regularly, and avoiding
harmful habits.
=TRUE
Males are required to perform the military push-ups because ____.
= They have bigger built
Jo can lift a 200-lb barbell squat successfully for a maximum of three attempts. Definitely, Jo
is executing the skill of _______ efficiently.
= PowerWhat is the best way to prevent chafing?
= Wear synthetic material
Exercise equipment like dumbbells and barbells are FULLY REQUIRED by AMAESHI for you
to be succesful in the course.
=FALSE
The Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaries (PARQ) contain questions used to gauge
your availability for exercise.
=FALSE
Wear appropriate footwear: enough to cushion the force impacted on the body from the
floor.
=shin splints
Muscles are composed of connective tissues, myofibrils, muscle fibers, and several motor
units.
=TRUE
Apply ice on painful area.
=Shin Splints
It is the ability to change the position of the body quickly and accurately.
=Agility
This is a condtion brought about by the process of aging where arterial walls thicken and
harden
= Arteriosclerosis
Refers to pain along or just behind the tibial bone.
= Shin Splints(NS)Muscle Cramps/ Muscle Soreness (WRONG)
Age generally contributes to bone and muscle loss, while inactivity leads to higher chances
of obtaining unnecessary injuries.
=TRUE
A condition where the brain lacks oxygen necessary to function efficiently.
=Stroke(NS)The requirements of the course include a doctor's clearance and a waiver or an agreement
to participate.
=TRUE
Mark recently found out that he is in the overweight scale of the BMI standards. This simply
means that he needs to improve his ____ in order to live a better lifestyle.
=BODY COMPOSITION
Men have larger and bulkier muscles because of the high levels of estrogen hormones
within their bodies.
=FALSE
Physical Fitness refers to the body, mental health refers to the mind, and social health refers
to the spirit.
=FALSE
Regular physical activity is the best way of maintaining a lifetime of health and wellness.
=TRUE
For open ______, clean it, use antiseptics and bandages and leave the skin in place.
=BLISTERS
To perform the sit and reach test these are the following guidelines EXCEPT:
= Feet are together
This is type of exercise discomfort that is very common in individuals who are engaged in
running activities.
= Shin Splints
Relative Strength refers to the amount of force applied to the bone through physical
exertion.
=FALSE
Carla needs to accomplish a stork test for her fitness test. This test is measuring her ability
to ________ her body.
=BALANCE
Refers to pain that is commonly felt by runners who engage in long-distance running or
continuous training.
= Shin Splints All forms of stressors are inevitable and are always present in a person's life.
=TRUE
Marie wants to join a half marathon (21 km) race in November. In order to be successful in
the race she must strongly build on her ___.
=CV ENDURANCE
Stretch painful area upon onset of discomfort.
=MUSCLE CRAMPS
What part of the bone is found on top of the shaft that starts of as a spongy bone?
=GROWTH PLATE
Anjo can lift 150 kilograms of weight for one full repetition, this means that he has excellent
___.
=MUSCULAR STRENGTH
A type of discomfort where a sharp pain is felt just under the ribs, typically on the right side
of the abdomen.
=SIDE STITCHES
How many times a week must you exercise to gain strength?
=
A successful fitness journey lies only on your knowledge and little on your physical effort.
=FALSE
The best way to manage a muscle soreness is to _____.
= stretch the affected area.
Smooth muscles are voluntary muscles.
=FALSE
Lifestyle, genes, psychological disposition, and human ecologic interactions are all of the
factors that can affect a person's overall health.
=FALSE
Apply petroleum jelly or lubricants.
= Blisters
A discomfort in which prevention and treatment are corn pads and/or donut pads.
=BLISTERS
Side stitches are usually caused by an improper warm-up and a weak set of abdominals.
=TRUE
An exercise discomfort that is caused by friction on the skin through contact with clothing
or skin as well.
= Chafing
Learning motor skills and gaining applied knowledge are both goals of Physical Education.
=TRUE
All of the following are other names for cocaine EXCEPT:
= Hemp
Most eating disorders are caused by negative body image.
=true
This refers to recurrent episodes of binge eating followed by purging or vomitin which leads
to complications within the organ systems.
= Bulimia Nervosa
The ability to maintain equilibrium with or without body movements.
= Balance
Alcohol is a stimulant chemical that affects the brain and excites central nervous activity.
=FALSE
Food labels provide consumers with detailed information to help make good food choices.
=TRUE
Age, genes, and gender are factors that can affect a person's muscle size.
=TRUE
Gently massage painful area.
=MUSCLE CRAMPS
The normal blood pressure is ___ .
=120/80Atrophy refers to the development of large muscle fibers through exercise and activities.
=FALSE
A successful fitness journey lies only on your knowledge and little on your physical effort.
=FALSE
The three types of muscles found in the body are the cardiac, smooth, and skeletal muscles.
=TRUE
Which does not belong to the group?
=BICEP CURL
Mental Wellness refers to having an active mind while continuously seeking for new
challenges to develop your critical thinking.
=TRUE
The body is composed of 40% muscle mass where large portions of energy reactions are
produced within the body.
=TRUE
Muscles aid in giving the body shape, movements, and protection.
=TRUE
Which of the following is NOT a treatment or prevention for side stitches:
= Wear double socks
All of the following are prevention and treatments for chafing EXCEPT:
= Plyometrics ( Avoid tight clothingWRONG) = Apply corn pads
All of the following are prevention and treatments for chafing EXCEPT:
= Apply corn pads
Why is heart rate exertion important?
= Because it makes exercise more optimal
The shaft is the part of the bone that gives its elongated shape and is usually the structure
of the legs and arms.
=TRUE
Alcohol is a depressant drug that affects the brain and the nervous system.=TRUE
The Daily Values or Recommended Daily Intake is set at _____ calories.
= 1,500-2,000
The new definition of physical fitness refers to your ability to meet daily routines without
undue fatigue.
=FALSE
Muscles soreness is the most common discomfort felt after exercise.
=FALSE
A condition in which the heart is not able to pump blood at life-sustaining rates.
= Congestive Heart Failure
The best way to manage a muscle soreness is to _____.
= stretch the affected area.
Choose the best preventive measure for shin splints.
= Complete Rest & Recovery
All of the following are sports that involve slow-twitch muscle fibers EXCEPT:
= Plyometrics
Apply donut pad/corn pad and lubricant.
= Blisters
The 20-meter dash is a skill-related fitness test meant to measure a person's ____.
= Speed
Which of the following is NOT a treatment or prevention for muscle cramps:
=WARM BATH
The ability to respond and react quickly to a certain stimulus.
=REACTION TIME
The following are common treatments for muscle soreness EXCEPT:
=CORN PADS
Emotional Wellness refers to monitoring and exploring your thoughts and feelings.=TRUE
An exercise discomfort which is very common in individuals who are engaged in regular
physical activity or exercise.
= Muscle Soreness(ns) (CHAFING WRONG)
A type of muscle fiber which is found in most internal organs and is responsible for
involuntary muscle control.
=SMOOTH
Gently massage painful area.
= Muscle Cramps
This test is used to determine your core strength.
= Crunch Test
A type of sharp and involuntary muscle contraction during exercise. It is commonly felt
during swimming when a person has not warmed-up properly.
=MUSCLE CRAMPS
It is the nutrient found in blood; it is necessary in providing the blood with enough power to
deliver oxygen-rich blood throughout the body.
=IRON
All of the following are micronutrients, EXCEPT:
=FATS
Blood Alcohol Content refers to the percentage of alcohol content in the blood detected
with the use of a special equipment.
=TRUE
These are fats that result when liquid oil has hydrogen added to it to make it more solid.
=TRANS FATTY ACIDS
A condition in which a person lacks thyroid hormone production causing severe weight
gain.
= HypothyroidismEustress is the bad kind of stress that causes feelings of disappointments, failures, and
threats.
=FALSE
Proteins are the first energy source of the body during exercise.
=FALSE
Fish oil, green leafy vegetables, & nuts are examples of ____ fat.
=unsaturated
Soup diet and juice diet are kinds of diet
=crash
These are non-digestible carbohydrates that are commonly found in plants and are
responsible for digestion and bowel movement.
=fibers
Smoking increases the healing time of wounds and injuries.
=FALSE
A type of coping where a person seeks immediate, temporary relief from stress through
distraction or self-indulgence.
=AVOIDANT COPING
Smoking decreases your life expectancy by ____ minutes.
=11mins
Refers to energy derived from food when food is broken down and synthesize into smaller
units that can be used up by the body.
= Carbohydrates
Emotional stressors are also known as psychosocial stressors that bring about troubling
thoughts.
=TRUE
A type of essential nutrient taken from the soil when we consume both animal and plant
products.
=mineralsSmoking may lead to the following effects, EXCEPT:
= increase stamina and energy
Psychoactive drugs do not directly damage the brain when a person intakes them.
=FALSE
Most weight problems are usually caused by poor lifestyle choices (e.g. bad eating habits,
sedentary lifestyle).
=TRUE
Anorexia and Bulimia Nervosa usually affects female adolescents ranging from ages 11-20.
=TRUE
Nicotine is a psychoactive drug that builds up within the lungs.
=FALSE
Type of stressor which involves heat, noise, overcrowding, climate, and terrain.
=environmental
This referes to daily food choices one makes.
= Diet
Tar is a chemical compound that forms in the lungs during the burning of tobacco leaves.
=TRUE
Which of the following is NOT a general side effect of drugs to sport performance?
=increase energy
Alarm reaction, resistance, and exhaustion are the different phases of the body's General
Adaptation Syndrome or G.A.S.
=TRUE
All of the following are solutions to improve on body weight/image EXCEPT:
= Fad diets
All of the following are macronutrients, EXCEPT:
= Vitamin C
Which of the following is NOT a drug timing for taking in Anabolic Steroids?= Binging
Binge eating disorder is usually associated with a person's extreme dissatisfaction with
his/her body image.
=FALSE
A schedule is the best solution to managing your time and your stresors in general.
=TRUE
The Atkin's Diet is the practice of drinking stimulants for intestinal contractions thus,
inhibiting weight loss.
=FALSE
Synergistic action is the effect of mixing two or more drugs at one time.
=TRUE
The organ system responsible for growth, development, sexual functions, & metabolism.
=ENDOCRINE
The following food are rich in protein, EXCEPT:
=CORN
This is a psychoactive drug that is found in cigarettes which causes smoking addiction and
dependence.
=NICOTINE
Which is the best characteristic of saturated fat?
=SOLID IN ROOM TEMPERATURE
The psychoactive drug found in the Cannabis Sativa is known as _____.
= Delta 9-THC
A disease in which an individual loses control over drinking alcoholic beverages and
develops slowly through time.
= Alcohoholism
Which of the following is the most common side effect of taking in steroids?
= causes excessively bulgy muscles
An average male requires ____ cups of fluids per day.=13
It refers to time that is not committed for work or other duties.
=FREE TIME
It contains the nutritional value and the amount of serving per pack in food bought from
stores.
=FOOD LABEL
Binge eating disorder is a fixation with a healthy or righteous eating which may turn into a
fixation so extreme that can lead to malnutrition and worst death.
=FALSE
It is a form of positive stress and can be found by doing recreational activities.
=eustress
Eustress referes to negative stress or stress that contributes to health problems.
=FALSE
A good amount of High-Density Lipoprotein (HDL) in the body is beneficial to one's health.
=FALSE
When dieting slow & permanent weight loss programs are the most effective solution.
=TRUE
These are considered as "bad fats" and should only be consumed in limited amounts,
otherwise it may cause plaque and health-related diseases.
=SATURATED FAT
Emphysema is a condition in which the air pipes become swollen causing the person to
have shortness of breath.
=TRUE
This is the amount of caloric intake that is avaialble for consumption on a daily basis that
varies through a person's age, gender, and level of activity.
=(CALORIES WRONG)
All of the following are ways to relieve stress EXCEPT:
= Solitude (NS) (SOCIALIZING/ Recreational Activity WRONG)All of the following food sources are rich in protein EXCEPT:
=APPLES
A type of discomfort that is a result of improper breathing techniques during exercise.
= Side Stitches
These are food that are high in sugar but have very little nutrional value.
=EMPTY CALORIES
Yoyo dieting refers to a person continuously skipping meals to inhibit weight loss.
=false
Alveoli are air sacs in the lungs where gas exchange (oxygen and carbon dioxide) take place.
=TRUE
Stress overload refers to having too many stressors which leads to a feeling of not being in
control.
=true
A body type described to be lean and tall despite the lack of regular physical activity.
= Ectomorph
Goal setting should not be a priority in managing your life stressors.
=FALSE
A life threatening exercise discomfort that usually occurs in activities that are done in the
water.
=muscle cramps
Refers to pain that is commonly felt by runners who engage in long-distance running or
continuous training.
=shin splints
A diet that aids in water loss and nutritional loss in the body because it eases passage of
food within the intestinal walls.
= Laxatives & PillsThe most influential factor that may affect the functioning of a healthy heart is a person's
____.
= Lifestyle
Wear smooth clothing or non-abrasive materials - synthetic at best.
=chafing
A person who is an ENDOMORPH is considered to be lean and has small bone structures.
=FALSE
Binge eating disorder refers to a condition in which a person has extreme dissatisfaction
over his/her body leading the person to undergo several forms of surgery to change this.
=FALSE
Cocaine is a type of drug that aids in increasing a person's muscle size and overall built.
=FALSE
It is a commonly cultivated, trafficked, and abused illicit drug.
=Marijuana
All of the following are effects of abusive drinking EXCEPT:
= gives you a lot of energy
Environmental stressors are stressors brought about to the body in the form of smoking,
alchol, and drug abuse.
=FALSE
Smoking is the largest preventable cause of illness and premature death and is hazardous to
everyone's health.
=TRUE
This nutrient forms important parts of the body (e.g. muscles, bones, blood, enzymes, etc.)
= Proteins
A condition in which air pipes become swollen and a person experiences shortness of
breath.
= Emphysema (NS) ( Coronary Disease/ Arteriosclerosis WRONG)
A body image disorder that commonly affects body builders
= Muscle Dysmorphic Disorder
The Percent Daily Value that is ideal for an average person is between ____ calories.
=2,000-2,500
A type of fat that is derived from nuts, seeds, and leafy vegetables.
= Polyunsaturated
Hypothyroidism is a condition in which a person lacks the secretion of thyroid hormones
which leads to weight gain.
=TRUE
These are all common causes of muscle cramps, EXCEPT:
= rubbing of skin to skin or clothing
Proper exercise attire is needed for you to be successful in this course.
=TRUE
Alaram Reaction, Resistance, and Response are the three stages of the General Adaptation
Syndrome.
=FALSE
An estimate used to determine the recommended daily protein intake of women is:
= 2-palm size
Alcohol increases visual and hearing acuity as well as a person's reaction time.
=FALSE
The first stage in the General Adaptation Syndrome is _____.
= Alarm reaction
The ____ is the part of the musculoskeletal system that can bulk up and help the body in
creating several kinds of movements.
= muscles
Luke wants to improve his body built. He has good CV endurance already but in order to
develop his muscular strength, he must first begin with _______ exercises.= CV Endurance (NS) (Muscular Strength WRONG)
The smoke that enters the environment is classified as mainstream smoke.
=FALSE
The psychoactive drug found in tobacco leaves which affects the Central Nervous System.
=nicotine
All of the following are solutions to improve on body weight/image EXCEPT:
=FAD DIETS
This is a type of nutrient that is composed of inorganic elements which the body needs but
only in very small amounts.
= Minerals
The commonly trafficked and abused illicit drug worldwide is marijuana.
=TRUE
The ideal time to work-out after a full meal is between ______ hours.
= 1-2
A part of the food label which is responsible for giving information about the number of
serving available in a food package.
=SERVING SIZE
All of the following are characteristics of slow-twitch muscle fibers, EXCEPT:
= Can produce rapid contractions.
Anorexia athletica is the deliberate lowering of body weight to the point of being
underweight and is common in athletes.
=TRUE
Stress overload refers to having too many stressors which leads to a feeling of not being in
control.
=TRUE
A condition in which the liver experiences excessive scarring because of alcohol abuse.
= CirrhosisAll of the following are considered as forms of eustress, EXCEPT:
=smoking
These are nutrients that are composed of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins.
= Macronutrients
In losing weight, crash diets are the best solution.
=FALSE
Play refers to an activity that you do that is purposeful or something that re-creates your
character and diverts your attention.
=false
The first stage of the General Adaptation Syndrome is known as the stage
= alarm reaction
Cocaine is a type of drug that induces euphoria and is absorbed easily in the bloodstream.
=TRUE
Meat, poultry, and fish are the major sources of this macronutrient.
=PROTEINS
Proper healthy dieting only involves caloric restrictions and not exercise.
=FALSE
These are added ingredients in a diet that make-up for nutritional deficiency.
=Supplements
A kind of stress that is also known as "positive stress" because it is mentally or physically
stimulating.
=EUSTRESS
A disorder described as having a fixation with healthy or righteous eating.
= Orthorexia
The following food are rich in Vitamin C, EXCEPT:
=CARROTS
These are all other names for cocaine, EXCEPT:
= cannabis sativaType of stressor that is also known as psychosocial stressors that is most common in
humans.
= Emotional
Which of the following is not a fat-soluble vitamin?
=vitamin b
Drinking is associated with addiction and many life-threatening injuries because it is ____.
= a depressant drug that affects the brain
Cirrhosis is the common disease obtain from excessive alcohol intake for a prolonged
period.
=TRUE
An exercise discomfort that is caused by friction on the skin through contact with clothing
or skin as well.
= Chafing
All of the following are functions of bones EXCEPT one:
= Oxygen Delivery
Your physician's clearance is very important in ensuring your safety and success in your
fitness journey.
=TRUE
A strict caloric intake incorporated with regular physical activity are the best practices to be
done to lose weight the healthy way.
=TRUE
An eating disorder where a person experiences uncontrollable eating without compensatory
purging behaviors.
= Binge Eating Disorder
Nina is a triathlete who regularly joins triathlon events and other races. This suggests that
Nina has an excellent ____ because she can last for several hours performing strenuous
activities.
= CV Endurance(NS)
Nicotine patches are alternatives to stop a person from smoking.=TRUE
Take in fluids to replenish lost electrolytes.
= Muscle Cramps
Stressors are anything that place greater than routine demands on the body.
=TRUE
Nutrient that is the most concentrated source of energy of the body. It is also used for
insulation and cushion for organs.
=FATS
The valve responsible for preventing the backflow of blood between the righ atrium and
ventricle.
= Tricuspid
This refers to a person's ability to perform movement in the shortest time possible.
= Speed
Warm-up gradually before physical activity and stretch properly after exercise.
= Muscle Soreness
Sidestream smoke refers to smoke exhaled by smokers and inhaled by non-smokers.
=FALSE
Avoid running on hard surfaces too much.
= Shin Splints
This is the amount of caloric intake that is avaialble for consumption on a daily basis that
varies through a person's age, gender, and level of activity.
=
A condition in which a person sees himself as small despite being too muscular leading to
excessive exercise and dieting.
=
It is something that a person does with his own free will making him/her have a sense of
freedom or escape.
=
A condition in which a person starves herself in order to lose and maintain an "ideal weight."=
A condition in which a person starves herself in order to lose and maintain an "ideal weight."
=
These are "good fats" that can be found in food sources like fish oil and olive oil.
=
A condition in which a person starves herself in order to lose and maintain an "ideal weight."
=
Good sleep and gastrointestinal discomforts are effects of long-term smoking to the body.
=FALSE
All of the following can be considered as sources of stress, EXCEPT:
=PLAy
Which of the following is the best first-aid to manage muscle cramps?
= Do a gradual stretch and a gentle massage
This FITT principle refers to how hard a person is working out.
= Intensity
This principle is also known as the "use it or lose it" principle.
= Reversibility
The warm-up is part of the exercise routine where the specific fitness component/s are
developed.
=FALSE
A part of exercise that raises your core temperatue inhibiting faster muscle recruitment.
= Warm-Up
The sequence of a correct training program is: Warm-up, Main-set, Stretching, & Cooldown.
=FALSE
Neck flexion for 30 seconds
=Streching
Part of a work-out routine that is performed at the end of the exercise to prevent muscle
soreness and develop a person's flexibility.
= Stretching
Sweat is an indicator that the body is losing weight.
=FALSE
Drinking and smoking is Andrew's best ways of forgetting his problems. Andrew is
exhibiting an example called _____.
=avoidant coping
Drew structured his training activity by allotting Tuesdays and Thursdays as his rest time
from his swimming. He considered the principle of ____.
=Recovery
Cellulites are bulging fat cells on the skin that are caused by excessive calories and inactivity.
=Fact on exercise and health
Children have slower metabolism compared to their adult counterparts.
=FALSE
10-minute slow walk
= Cool-down
The purpose of a warm-up exercise is to prepare the body and mind for a strenuous activity.
=TRUE
An important fitness principle where a person attempts to slow the body down bringing the
body and the mind to recovery after a heavey or light training.
= Cool-down
This principle pertains to developing a certain component/s of fitness during training.
= Specificity
Stretching exercises are necessary to improve one's flexibility as well as prevent injuries.
=TRUE
A phase of the work-out routine which prepares the body and mind for the strenuous
activities to be performed.
=warm-up30 repetitions of jumping jacks for 2 sets
= Warm-up
Brisk walking, jumping jacks, and static stretches are examples of a warm-up routine.
=FALSE
After running, a typical cool-down exercise is walking; this is to return the body back to its
normal conditions.
=TRUE
The ideal recovery time of a person who performed a CV endurance activity is ____.
= 24 hours
Frequency in the FITT principle refers to the amount of time a work-out bout should last.
=FALSE
Jumping Jacks
=WARM-UP
This principle is also known as the "use it or lose it" principle.
= Principle of Reversibility
Cooling-down is as important as warming-up in an exercise routine.
=true
Refers to overtraining the body by not allowing it ample recovery time, which will result to
decrease in performance, injuries, fatigue, and exhaustion.
= Retrogression
A cool-down is used to return the body into its homeostasis as well as to relax the mind
from the strenuous activity you have performed.
=TRUE
This principle emphasizes that improvements are high at the beginning of an exercise
program but gradually slows down as an individual reaches the peak of his training.= Law of Diminishing Returns
This principle refers to personalizing your program to fit you exact profile (i.e. age, gender,
level of fitness, and exercise experience.
= Individualization
The principle of _______ focuses on changing activities to prevent boredom and loss of
interest in training.
= Variation
What is the ideal number of days a person must train to improve his/her aerobic
endurance?
= 3-5 days
Cool-down is not an important part of a work-out and should not be included in trainings.
=FALSE
The exercise principles refer to the different ways on how you arrange exercises in your
training program.
=FALSE
10-minute brisk walking
=WARM-UP
This principle is also known as the "use it or lose it" principle, where fitness is lost once
exercise ceases.
= Reversibility
The principle of individualization takes into consideration that all individuals have unique
ways of adapting to exercise.
=TRUE
Main-set exercises typically lasts more than two hours.
=FALSE
In arranging exercises the ____ muscle groups serve as stabiizers and support for the body.
=large
Slow walk and static stretches are considered as exercises.
= Cool-down100 laps of freestyle stroke
= Conditioning Activity
The principle of _____ ensures that exercises are designed to develop a certain fitness
component/s.
=Specificity
The ideal duration of each stretch should last for _____.
=30secs
If the amount of exercise is progressively increased, fitness continues to improve. This refers
to the principle of _____________.
= Overload
This principle answers the question "how often" and refers to how many times you are
supposed to work-out in a particular week.
= Frequency
When exercising what is the MOST IDEAL arrangement of exercise for beginners?
= Work the large muscle groups first before proceeding to working the smaller muscle
groups.
The ideal duration for doing CV endurance activities is between ____.
= 30-60 minutes
3-minute run in place
= Warm-up
3 sets of squats for 20 repetitions
= Conditioning Activity
50 laps of freestyle
= Main-set
These are muscles that are located at the front of the thighs.
= quadricepsThis refer to overtraining the body by not allowing it to have an ample recovery time.
= Retrogression
refers to changing physical activities to prevent boredom and loss of interest.
= Variation
To get started in her activity, Paula starts of with a 10-minute run. This is an example of a
____ activity that is essentially important in any training program.
= Warm-up
Exercising during a menstrual period actually boosts a person's overall mood.
= Fact on exercise and health
More men are affected by bulimia nervosa and anorexia nervosa.
= FALSE
Circuit training is time consuming and very strenuous.
=FALSE
Circuit training is a type of exercise designed to target the whole body.
=TRUE
The result of not replenishing the body with enough fluids during exercise might lead to
heat exhaustion and heat stroke.
=TRUE
This is the commonly trafficked and abused illicit drug all over the world.
= marijuana
To decide how long Jean should work out is a decision that is based on the FITT principle of
____.
=time
One of the many benefits of circuit training is that it takes very little time to do.
= TRUE
Sweating is an indication that a person is losing a lot of weight.
= Myth on exercise and health
There is an available special exercise, diet, cream, and device for getting rid of cellulites and
fats.
= FALSE
Exercise coupled with meal skipping is the correct dieting formula.
=FALSE
Consuming soups, juices, and other forms of fluid is the fastest and safest way to losing
weight.
=FALSE
In order to push herself, Gayle decided to perform the push-ups at a quicker rate. Pushing
herself to perform more than the normal activity is the FITT principle of ____.
= Intensity
In performing the squats, the person should allow his/her knee to move pass the toes.
=FALSE
The best way to solve body image concerns is to seek professional help.
=TRUe
Performing a lot of abominal exercises can decrease the fats in that particular area of the
body.
= Myth on exercise and health
Greg and Miriam have different training activities because of their level of endurance. This is
the principle of ____ at work which focuses on designing programs that are always unique.
= Individualization
Circuit training is a total body work-out that usually involves several muscle groups of the
body.
= TRUE
Jogging in place 3-5 minutes
=warm-up
50 meter swim of freestyle done 100 times
= Main-set
Wearing rubberized suits and other thermal materials can aid in weight loss.= Myth on exercise and health
All of the following are usual contents of energy drinks, EXCEPT:
= Protein
Tooth decay and menstrual irregularities are the common effects of having a condition
known as Bulimia Nervosa.
=true
Women who lift weights will automatically bulk up and grow big muscles.
= Myth on exercise and health
To control his breathing after an hour jog, Mike decided to do a 5-minute slow walk. This is
an example of a ____ activity that is essentially important in any training program.
= Cool-down
5-minute slow walk
=Cool-Down
Planks are exercises designed to improve a person's overall core muscles.
=TRUE
All of the following are effects of alcohol to sport performance, EXCEPT:
= Increases reaction time and risk-taking capabilities.
Flexibility is the only health-related fitness component that circuit training can develop in a
person.
=FALSE
Bigorexia is a condition in which a person thinks he/she is out of shape despite of his/her
muscularity.
=TRUE
Static Lunges
=STRETCH
Which of the following is the effect of cocaine when taken in light to moderate dosage?
= feelings of pleasure and well-beingChloe alternates her weight training program with her endurance program in order for her
to relieve herself from boredom. These two activities examples of activities that follow the
principle of ____.
=Variation
This is a type of nutrient that aids in the production of enzymes, hormones, & other
substances.
= micronutrients
Exercising contributes to relieving the symptoms of pain during menstrual period.
=TRUE
No pain, no gain is a totally an exercise myth.
=true
A kind of fat that is solid in room temperature and can be found in animal products.
=Saturated fats
When a person turns to alcohol to forget his/her problems, this person is said to have ____.
= alcoholism
Cooling down after a circuit training is no longer needed because it adds extra time to the
whole activity.
=FALSE
Training 3 times a week is Angelica's decision to keep her body fit. She is following the FITT
principle of _____ to moderate her physical activity.
=Frequency
Surgically sculpting the body for aesthetic purposes will only do harm to a person.
= Fact on exercise and health
10-minute yoga breathing exercise
=Cool-down
Guilt, shame, and peer pressure are the triggers of a binge eating disorder.
=FALSE
These are inorganic materials that are needed by the body in very small amounts.
=mineralsThere are no quick-fixes to obtaining a healthy and fit lifestyle, only hardwork and
dedication.
= Fact on exercise and health
Angie always ensures that after her day job she would dedicate a time for herself that is free
from work and any other duties. This is known as ____.
=free-time
It is the process in which food is broken down into compounds that the body can use.
=digestion
To improve his muscular endurance Joan specifically chose to go cycling. This decision she
made is in line with the FITT principle of _____ where the exercise should be specific to the
component she is developing.
=TYPE
The squat and lunges are exercises designed to target the whole of the upper body.
=false
A cool-down is no longer needed in a circuit training because it just adds time to the
duration of the activity.
=FALSE
Wearing rubberized suits are not effective in losing weight and can even cause heat
exhaustion.
=TRUE
The healthiest method to gauge your progress is by weighing yourself.
=FALSE
The ideal amount of fats that a person should consume on a daily basis is between ____.
=21-25 grams
After years of being in a tiring work environment, Jack decided to resign and let go of his
work. This is an example of the _____ stage of stress.
=exhaustion
Which among the following is a direct side effect of smoking to the body?
=Smoking makes blood thick and viscuous.
The rest interval for every set of a circuit is between 5-10 minutes.
=FALSE
Proper execution of exercises should be observed throughout the circuit to be able to
successfully reap the benefits of the program.
=TRUE
5-kilometer run
=Main-Set
The healthiest method to gauge a person's overall fitness is to compare his/her previous
level of performance with his/her current level of performance.
= Fact on exercise and health
Push-ups and military presses are exercises that develop the upper body.
=TRUE
Spot Reduction refers to the assumption that exercising a particular body part reduces fat in
that specific area.
=TRUE
An exercise designed to target the lower body particularly the muscles of the thighs and the
muscles of the buttocks.
=Squats
A type of drink that aids in proper muscle contractions, hydration, and sport performance.
=Gatorade
This vitamin is responsible for the growth and repair of tissues and can be found in citrus
food.
=Vitamin C
The following are abundant sources of carbohydrates, EXCEPT:
=peanuts
To undergo a crash diet is to experience a very rapid weight loss from doing a specific
technique.
=TRUE
All of the following are examples of a warm-up activity EXCEPT:=SLOW WALKING
Spot reduction refers to the assumption that exercising a particular body type reduces fat in
that specific area.
=TRUE
Passive exercise is not effective in weight reduction.
=TRUE
It refers to the science of food and how the body uses this in health and disease.
=Nutrition
These are performance enhancing drugs that a person uses to improve his/her performance
in a particular sporting activity.
=ergogenic aids
Steam baths contribute to losing excess fat within the body.
=FALSE
This is the commonly trafficked and abused illicit drug all over the world.
=marijuana
The process of continuously losing and gaining weight is known as a Crash Diet.
=FALSE
Brian always assumes that people are out to get him anywhere he goes, this adds a lot of
stress to his daily routine. This is an example of _____.
= distorted thinking
Jumping Jacks 2 sets of 30 repetitions
=warm-up
A person with a negative body image is very much comfortable with his/her own skin.
=FALSE
Push-ups and military presses are exercises that develop the upper body.
=TRUE
Asthmatic people should not engage in regular physical activity.
=FALSEDeep seated squat
=stretch
Fats can be shaken to aid in weight loss.
=FALSE
These are air sacs within the lungs that become swollen when a person has emphysema.
=alveoli
Surgically sculpting the body with implants and liposuction to acquire physical beauty
contributes to physical fitness.
= FALSE
Squats and lunges are exercises that focus on developing the lower leg muscles.
=TRUE
A beginner in a circuit program should begin by doing 40 seconds to 1-minute duration in
every station of the circuit.
=FALSE
The following are considered as complete proteins, EXCEPT:
=nuts
A condition in which a person is obssessed in eating healthy and exercising to maintain an
"ideal" body weight.
=Orthorexia
A kind of stress that is also known as "negative stress" and can contribute to health
problems.=distress
A purposeful activity that amuses or diverts a person's attention is known as ____.
=Recreation
If the amount of exercise is progressively increased, fitness continues to improve. This refers
to the principle of _____________.
= Overload
What is the ideal number of days a person must train to improve his/her aerobic
endurance?
=3-5 days
Jumping Jacks
= Warm-up
30 repetitions of jumping jacks for 2 sets
= Warm-up
The sequence of a correct training program is: Warm-up, Main-set, Stretching, & Cooldown.
= FALSE
FITT principle stands forAnswer , ________, Time, & Type.
= frequency, intensity
A phase of the work-out routine which prepares the body and mind for the strenuous
activities to be performed.
= Warm-up
An important fitness principle where a person attempts to slow the body down bringing the
body and the mind to recovery after a heavey or light training.
= Cool-down
This principle is also known as the "use it or lose it" principle, where fitness is lost once
exercise ceases.
= Reversibility
The purpose of a warm-up exercise is to prepare the body and mind for a strenuous activity.
=TRUEThis principle pertains to developing a certain component/s of fitness during training.
= Specificity
50 laps of freestyle
= Main-set
Main-set exercises typically lasts more than two hours.
= Stretching
The warm-up is part of the exercise routine where the specific fitness component/s are
developed.
=FALSE
The ideal duration for doing CV endurance activities is between ____.
=30-60minutes
Cooling-down is as important as warming-up in an exercise routine.
=TRUE
After running, a typical cool-down exercise is walking; this is to return the body back to its
normal conditions.
=TRUE
A cool-down is used to return the body into its homeostasis as well as to relax the mind
from the strenuous activity you have performed.
=TRUE
The exercise principles refer to the different ways on how you arrange exercises in your
training program.
=FALSE
Stretching exercises are necessary to improve one's flexibility as well as prevent injuries.
=TRUE
The exercise principles refer to the different ways on how you arrange exercises in your
training program.
=FALSE
This FITT principle refers to how hard a person is working out.
=Intensity10-minute slow walk
=cool down
Cool-down is not an important part of a work-out and should not be included in trainings.
=FALSE
Brisk walking, jumping jacks, and static stretches are examples of a warm-up routine.
=FALSE
This principle answers the question "how often" and refers to how many times you are
supposed to work-out in a particular week.
=frequency
100 laps of freestyle stroke
= Conditioning Activity
Which among the following is a direct side effect of smoking to the body?
= Smoking makes blood thick and viscuous.
The healthiest method to gauge your progress is by weighing yourself.
=TRUE
A part of the circuit training which focuses on building muscular strength and endurance on
the upper body muscle groups.
= Shoulder Press
Guilt, shame, and peer pressure are the triggers of a binge eating disorder.
=false
Playing bowling and going for a short run is Jane's way to re-organize her thoughts. These
activities are forms of _____ that are mentally and physically stimulating.
=eustress
After a few weeks into jogging, Jack manages to sustain his breathing and last longer in his
activity. This is an example of the ______ stage of stress.
= resistance
A person who is said to be obssessed or has a fixation over healthy eating has a condition
known as Body Dysmorphic Disorder.
=FALSE
Pregnant women should consult first with their physicians before engaging in exercise.
=TRUE
Females who engage in weight training develop excessively large and bulging muscles.
=FALSE
Jenny is exercising for the first time, she found it hard to perform the activities and
immediately wanted to quit. Jenny is experiencing the _____ stage of stress.
= alarm recreation
Cellulites are bulging fat cells on the skin that are caused by excessive calories and inactivity.
= Fact on exercise and health
Jake started running for 20 minutes, the following day he increased it to 1 hour and found
that his body ached after the exercise. He did not follow the principle of _____.
= Individualization (NS) (Intensity/ Retrogression WRONG)
Ruth started doing basic yoga and slowly found herself doing headstands a few months in
her practice. To prevent herself from sustaining injuries she is carefully putting into practice
the principle of _____.
= Law of Diminishing Returns (NS) ( Reversibility WRONG)
Women who are pregnant are not advised to engage in strenuous activities during the first
trimester of pregnancy because it can be harmful to the body.
= Fact on exercise and health
Laxatives aid in weight loss and should be taken even without the prescription of a doctor.
=FALSE
Long term effects of smoking include _____, EXCEPT:
= Higher HDL levels
There is only one perfect work-out routine for everybody.
= Myth on exercise and health
Circuit training aims to develop your CV endurance, muscular endurance, as well as your
strength.
= TRUE
Circuit training can be alternated with strength training in a weekly training program.=TRUE
Cellulites are fat cells that bulge out from the skin's surface.
=TRUE
5-minute slow walk
= Cool-down
A tapeworm diet is a form of a crash dieting technique.
=TRUE
10-minute jog
=WARM-UP
Lack of water could lead to the following, EXCEPT:
=vitality
General aerobic exercises are the most effective for fat burning.
=TRUE
People with asthma should exercise to improve their lung's strength and oxygen capacity.
=TRUE
Exercising in the right intensity eliminates acute asthma attacks.
= Fact on exercise and health
Pregnant women should exercise because they need to strengthen their bodies and prepare
it for the baby's delivery.
=TRUE
Surgery is the best solution to removing excess fat from the body.
=false
Asthmatic people should not engage in regular physical activity.
=FALSE
Circuit training is a type of training that is simple yet very effective in developing muscular
endurance and strength.
=TRUE
All of the following are short-term effects of alcohol to a person, EXCEPT:= Impairs coordination and motor performance(NS) ( Stimulates urination leading to
dehydration. WRONG)
Circuit training is a type of training that is simple yet very effective in developing muscular
endurance and strength.
=nutrition
Circuit training is time consuming and very strenuous.
=FALSE
Sweating is an indication that a person is losing a lot of weight.
= Myth on exercise and health
Spot reduction refers to the assumption that exercising a particular body type reduces fat in
that specific area.
=TRUE
Eating a balanced diet instead of starving oneself is the best dieting practice.
=TRUE
Wearing rubberized suits may cause the body to overheat and experience exhaustion.
=TRUE
A person who excessively exercises and deliberately lowers his/her weight to the point of
being underweight is said to have a condition known as Bulimia Nervosa.
=FALSE
This vitamin is responsible for the growth and repair of tissues and can be found in citrus
food.
=Vitamin C
These are performance enhancing drugs that a person uses to improve his/her performance
in a particular sporting activity.
=Ergogenic acids
Exercise coupled with meal skipping is the correct dieting formula.
=FALSE
The ideal amount of fats that a person should consume on a daily basis is between ____.
=21-25grams
Women who lift weights will automatically bulk up and grow big muscles.
= Myth on exercise and health
Children have slower metabolism compared to their adult counterparts.
=false
Among the exercises below, what exercise targets the upper body?
=Tricep Extension
Tricep Extension
= Stretch
In order to develop his muscular strength, James decided to engage in resistance training.
The principle of _____ states that activities should be designed to develop certain
component's of fitness.
= Law of Diminishing Returns(NS)
Squats are the most basic lower body exercise that targets big muscle groups.
=TRUE
Irregular heart beat, indigestion, and sleep apnoea are possible side effects of using diet
pills to inhibit weight loss.
=TRUE
Malou trained for a month then eventually stopped her routine. She found that her strength
decreased the moment she got back to training again. The principle of _____ is proof of such
situation.
= Reversibility
There is no easy way out, the best way to lose weight is through exercise and proper healthy
eating.
=TRUE
Steam baths can offer relief and distress a person from psychological stressors.
= Fact on exercise and health
Consuming soups, juices, and other forms of fluid is the fastest and safest way to losing weight
=FALSEA person with a negative body image is very much comfortable with his/her own skin.
=FALSE
The abdominal area is the place in which the center of gravity of a person is located.
=TRUE
To keep herself psychologically stimulated, Erica draws and paints. These activities spice up
and remove boredom from her everyday routine and is known as _____ activities.
= resistance (TRY)( coping WRONG)
A pregnant woman is advised to exercise in a lying down position during the 1st trimester.
=FALSE
More men are affected by bulimia nervosa and anorexia nervosa.
=FALSE
Passive exercise is not effective in weight reduction.
=TRUE
Women who are training during their menstrual period may experience a decrease in their
performance.
= Myth on exercise and health
Laxatives aid in weight loss and should be taken even without the prescription of a doctor
=false
General aerobic exercises is the only effective way for fat burning/loss.
=FALSE
A person who eats rapidly and eats until uncomfortably full has a condition known as
Anorexia Athletica.
=FALSE
A person who eats rapidly and eats until uncomfortably full has a condition known as
Anorexia Athletica.
= Cirrhosis
Any exercise activity should be first consulted with a physician.
=TRUEThe best way to manage or apply first-aid on a chafing discomfort is to:
= wear smooth clothing
The part of the heart responsible in preventing the backflow of blood between the right
atrium and right ventricle is the ____.
= ricuspid valve
High Intensity Interval Trainings or HITT are exercises that have consistent speed, intensity,
and work-rate.
=false
Women who want to look bulky need to invest a lot of time, effort, and supplements to help
them achieve their goal.
=TRUE
You cannot selectively exercise, bump, or vibrate fat from a particular spot in the your body.
=TRUE
A series of activities where a person swims, runs, and bikes within the week is an example of
the principle of ______ at work.
=Variation
Soup diet, juice diet, and tapeworm diet are forms of crash dieting techniques that make a
person lose weight instantaneously.
=TRUE
G.A.S. refers to General Adaptation Syndrome and is the natural reaction of the body to combat
stressors.
=TRUE
Circuit training consists of activities that target the upper body, lower body, and the
abdominal muscles.
=TRUE
Training program refers to a structured and well-organized plan that aims to develop a
specific component/s of fitness.
=TRUE
Once a person has a good CV endurance, the next part of the training program is to
develop ______, so that the muscles may learn to contract repeteadly for a long period of
time.
=Muscular Endurance
The best treatment for a blister is to:
= apply donut or corn pads on affected area
Static stretches are ideally done before an exercise bout, while dynamic stretches are done
after an exercise routine.
=TRUE
Cigarettes contain an average of _____ toxic chemicals.
=4000
Angela checked her vital statistics and found that she has an increased measurements on
her waist and hip area. Measuring for vital statistics is Angela's way of determining her
_______.
=Body Composition
Another thing to double check in a food label is its ____ contents.
= sugar and sodium
____ is a condition in which a person has an accumulation of fluid under the skin caused by
friction.
= Blisters
A waiver serves as a permit to participate in physical activities involved in the AMAESHI
Physical Education course.
= TRUE
___ is a type of discomfort where a person feels a sharp and involuntary muscle contraction
during exercise or at rest.
= Muscle cramps
___ is the substance found in alcohol which causes its addictive properties.
= ethyl alcohol
____ are bundles of myofibrils that are joined together to make muscle contractions possible.
= Muscle FibersIf a person wants to maintain a healthy heart, he/she should:
= Exercise regularly and live a healthy lifestyle.
The ideal number of stations within a circuit is between 5-10 exercises
=TRUE
A person who has asthma must totally avoid physical activities.
= FALSE
The unit of measure used in measuring Body Mass Index is set at _____.
=. kg/m2
Skipping meals to inhibit weight loss aids in strengthening the body's immune system and
metabolic regulations.
= FALSE
Bianca is a ballerina who performs splits on a regular basis, she claims that this improves her
_____.
= Flexibility
The most common side effect of drinking alcohol in excess is ____.
= it slows down the functions of the Central Nervous System.
Circuit training is an activity that saves time and targets a lot of muscles within the body.
= TRUE
The chemical compound contained in sports drinks that aid in proper muscle contractions is
known as ____.
= electrolytes
Pregnant women are not allowed to work-out with their backs flat on the floor during the
1st trimester of pregnancy.
= TRUE
This test is designed to measure your upper body's muscular strength & endurance.
= Push-up testThe old formula for computing Maximal Heart Rate (MHR) is:
=220 - age
Static stretches should be done at the end of a circuit training activity.
=. FALSE
Glenn is a javelin thrower, in order to throw the javelin at a long range, he must have a good
foundation of muscular endurance and _____.
= Muscular Strength
The body needs an approximate of ____ grams of proteins per day.
= 0.8-1.0
A station in the circuit can even last up to a minute.
= TRUE
A visual estimate used to determine the recommended daily carbohydrate intake of women
is:
= 2-cupped hands
Crash dieting and yoyo dieting are best practices to maintain and manage a person's weight.
=FALSE
Gelo is a swimmer, every training session there is a long distance swim to improve Gelo's overall
______, this way he can last through the activity.
= d. CV Endurance
Paul was asked to perform the Ruler Drop Test so that he will be able to deteremine his
______.
= Reaction Time
The alveoli is the part of the lungs responsible for:
= increase in nutrient uptake
The long term effect of smoking to a person is ____.
= Lung CancerAngel was enrolled by her mother in Ballet school at the age of five because her mother
believes that dancing early could help her learn _____.
=Coordination
Exercise affects a woman's monthly period and should be totally avoided
=FALSE
Exercise and proper dieting techniques are essential in achieving an ideal body composition.
=TRUE
The organ which is responsible in pumping blood throughout the body.
=heart
People with orthorexia are those who have fixations with healthy and righteous eating
habits.
=TRUE
The conditioning phase should ideally last between 20 minutes to 1 hour.
=TRUE
Circuit training can only be performed by an individual and not by a group of people at the
same time.
=FALSE
This test is designed to measure your Flexibility.
=Sit and reach
Gillian is engaged in Gymnastics, it is a sport that requires a lot of ____.
=BALANCE
Warm-up exercises before a circuit training are no longer necessary because the activity
takes little time to do.
=FALSE
Tooth decay and excessive body weight are results of having a condition known as Bulimia
Nervosa.
=FALSE
Finding social support is a means of getting rid of stressors in life.
=TRUE
Free time refers to doing activities that are scheduled and carefully planned.
=FALSE
The body requires about ___ varieties of amino acids in order for it to sustain its functions.
=20
Erica realized that she can cross the basketball court very quickly everytime she has the ball.
This means that she possesses the skill-related fitness component of ____.
=agility
Spiritual wellness refers to your ability to build and establish good communication and
relationships within your environment.
=FALSE
Exercising relieves the symptoms of menstrual pain and improves the circulation of blood
within the uterus.
=TRUE
Exercising relieves the symptoms of menstrual pain and improves the circulation of blood
within the uterus.
=stroke
Laxatives are stimulants that withdraw water from the body and aids in excessive intestinal
contractions.
=TRUE
It is the largest preventable cause of illness worldwide.
=smoking
The Agreement to Participate is designed to gauge your level of fitness and overall
commitment to the terms and practices of the course.
=FALSE
Eustress refers to the "good kind" of stress and should be regulated on a daily basis in a
person's life.
=TRUE
Grey accidentally hit the vase with his forearm but he was able to catch it quickly, preventing
its fall. This shows that Grey has a very quick ____.= Reaction Time
In sport performance, alcohol may cause:
= impaired reaction time
What is the relative strength of a person who weighs 100 lbs. and can lift a barbell that is
250 lbs.?
= 2.5 lbs/body weight
Yoga, Gymnastics, and Pilates are all forms of exercises that develop a person's overall _____,
because of the stretches and contractions involved in each practice.
=flexibility
Refers to "how often" a person should work-out within a specific time period.
=frequency
Individuals who unconsciously maintain and have a BMI of 22 are people who have Anorexia
Nervosa.
=false
A visual estimate used to determine the recommended daily fat intake of men is:
=2-thumb size
All of the following are factors that may affect bone degeneration, EXCEPT:
=WEight
The ideal frequency and duration of strength training exercise in a training program should
be ______:
=3x/week at 30 mins.- 1hr./day
Physical fitness refers to a set of physical attributes that allow the body to respond or adapt
to the demands of stress and physical effort.
=TRUE
In order for a person to determine his Body Mass Index, he/she needs to get the
measurements of his/her _____ and ______.
=weight&height
____ are muscles that are found within the linings of several internal organs of the body.=smooth muscles
Women who are pregnant are advised to perform weight bearing activities
=false
Lunges are exercises designed to target the front and back parts of the legs.
=TRUE
___ is the discomfort or tenderness felt after a high intensity work-out; it is very common in
beginners who are exercising.
= Muscle soreness
Drew attempted to lift the 50-kilogram barbell to do a squat. He failed the moment he did
the first attempt, which means, Drew has poor ____.
= Muscular Strength
To be emotionally well, a person is free from any injuries and disease.
=false
An ectomorph is a body type that is described to have a very lean structure.
=TRUE
Physical Education aims to develop a person's motor skills, as well as, help a person to
achieve a lifetime of fitness.
=true
PAR-Q stands for Physical Activity Relative Questionnaire.
=false
The most common side effect of drinking energy drinks in excess is _____.
= irregular heart beats/palpitations
Avoidant coping is a good strategy in dealing with problems.
=false
Warming-up before an exercise is not as important as stretching after an exercise routine.
=FALSE____ is a condition in which skin rubs against skin or clothing which causes irritation and
eventually makes it crack and bleed.
=chafing
___ is a condition in which the heart muscles become thin and weaken overtime due to
alcohol dependence.
= Cardiomyopathy
Joey always wins in his 100-meter dash competitions at school. This means that he is well
gifted with the skill-related fitness component of _____.
=speed
Steam baths have the ability to melt fat and keep a person in shape.
=false
____ generally contributes to bone and muscle loss but ____ leads to higher chances of
obtaining unnecssary injuries.
= Age-inactivity
Biking for 2 hours a day improves Mike's ______, energizing him and allowing him to do
more activities within the day.
= CV Endurance
These are all common causes of experiencing shin splints, EXCEPT:
= Excessive water loss or dehydration
Diet and dieting are two different things and should not be used interchangeably.
=TRUE
Which of the following is a distinct characteristic of free radicals?
= Comes from smoke and radiation
Muscular endurance and strength are some of the components that can be developed in doing
circuit training.
=TRUE
Mr. Johnson asked his class to stand and perform a Stork Balance Test. He was doing this so
that he could let the students determine their ability to ____.
= BalanceHypothyroidism is the condition in which a person has an excessive amount of thyroid
hormones within the body causing it to lose weight.
=false
Fat can be turned into muscle, and muscle can be turned into fat.
=false
Optimal health is achieved when there is a balance in body, mind, and spirit.
=true
Sprinting and brisk walking are examples of activities that can be done in a cool-down.
=false
Static stretches are ideally done before an exercise bout, while dynamic stretches are done after
an exercise routine.
=true
To be able to get over her problems, Maggie tries to find the best solutions instead of just
giving up. She is exhibiting a ______ mechanism to manage her stressful situation.
= COPING
All of the following are materials needed to administer the 3-minute step test, EXCEPT:
= Meter stick
On average, food contains about ____ percent of fluids that the body can utilize for several
processes.
= 80-90
The condition in which a person is only able to breathe at a shallow level is known as ____.
= Ischemia
Anabolic steroids can bring the following effect to the body, EXCEPT:
= increase in nutrient uptake
When a person has a higher level of fitness, less improvements will be reached. This is
referred to as the ________.
= Law of Diminishing ReturnsThe ___ is the part of the bone that grows and hardens as a person ages and matures.
= Spongy bone
The following are all effects of using cocaine, EXCEPT:
=cause acne problems
The ideal number of stations within a circuit is between 5-10 exercises.
=TRUE
The recommended frequency to develop CV endurance is to work-out ____ days/week.
= 3-5
The body burns the these nutrients in the following order:
= carbohydrates-fats-proteins
How many grams per serving must be observed in a food label in order for food to be
considered as low fat?
= 3g/serving
Which of the following is the an inappropriate body position in performing a plank exercise?
= Maintain a horizontal line
Drew is powerlifter; he started by lifting 50 kilograms and towards his training can now lift
100 kilograms easily. His improvements is related to the principle of _____.
= Overload
Dwayne did Cross Fit and was surprised that he can lift a 50-kg barbell with very little effort.
This shows that his lifting abilities is associated with ____.
=Power
____ is the condition in which the arterial walls thicken and harden as a result of age.
= Arteriosclerosis
Women who are pregnant are advised to perform weight bearing activities.
=FALSE
Exercise affects a woman's monthly period and should be totally avoided.
=TRUE
The alveoli is the part of the lungs responsible for:
= exchange of carbon dioxide and oxygen gases.
In doing the squat exercise, the bent knees should go beyond the line of the toes.
=FALSE
Jane has a Maximum Heart Rate (HRmax) of 191 bpm and a Resting Heart Rate (RHR) of 72
bpm. Based on this, Jane's Heart Rate Reserve (HRR) is _____.
=119bpm
Jamila used a Bio-electric Impedance Analyzer to determine her body fat percentage.
Knowing about this measurement gives her an idea about her _____.
= Body Composition
Milk, cheese, and ice cream are examples of _____ fat.
=Saturated Fat
When a person overtrains and does not allow himself to get enough recovery time, he may
experience the principle of _____.
= Retrogression
Andrew did the "Planting Rice Drills" because he wanted to measure his body's ____.
=Agility
The chemical that builds up within the muscles after exercise is ____ and it causes a radiating
discomfort throughout the body.
= lactic acid
This test is designed to measure your Cardiovascular Endurance
= 3-min. step test
Brian always assumes that people are out to get him anywhere he goes, this adds a lot of
stress to his daily routine. This is an example of _____.
=distorted thinking(TRY) (stressors WRONG)
Andrew is a professional athlete while Paula is a beginner exercise enthusiast. They both
found out that Paula has shown more improvements in training than Andrew. This is an
example of the principle of _____.
=Retrogression(TRY (Individualization WRONG)
A condition in which there is a deficiency of iron within the blood.
=Anemia(TRY)Osteoporosis(WRONG)
Tricep Extension
=Cool-down (Main-setWRONG)
Stretching can be done between to ____ days of the week.
=
The principle of Reversibility is also known as the " " principle.
= use it or lose it(nakalagay sa module pero mali sa quiz)
Activities that involve the development of CV Endurance should last between ____ to ____
minutes.
= 20/60(TRY) ( 20 to 60 Minutes /20-60/2060(WRONG)
Flexibility exercises can be done for days within a week.
= 5-7(nakalagay sa module pero mali sa quiz)
The ideal training frequency for aerobic exerices within a week is between
=
Vince works out twice a day, seven times a week. As a result he feels a constant pain on the
right side of his hip. He has not considered the principle of ____ when he works out.
= Retrogression (TRY)(Overload/ Intensity WRONG)
The exercise targets both the muscles at the front and back of the thighs.=
The rest interval per set of the circuit training may last between ____ minutes.
=15 to 45 (45 wrong)
Static Lunges
= Cool-down Main-set (WARM UP/ Main-set WRONG)
Each circuit training program may last between____ to minutes, including the rest intervals in
between sets.
=15 to 45
All of the following are effects of alcohol to sport performance, EXCEPT:
= Increases reaction time and risk-taking capabilities…(TRY)) (Leads to
dehydration and eventually fatigue./ Decreases attention span and ability to
focus in the activity. WRONG)
In doing the leg raises the feet must always be ____.
=
Angie always ensures that after her day job she would dedicate a time for herself that is free
from work and any other duties. This is known as ____.
=resistance(try) (recreation WRONG)
10-minute jog
=Warm-up(NS) Cool-down(WRONG)
Vince works out twice a day, seven times a week. As a result he feels a constant pain on the
right side of his hip. He has not considered the principle of ____ when he works out.
= Retrogression (TRY)(Overload/ Intensity WRONG)
Training 3 times a week is Angelica's decision to keep her body fit. She is following the FITT
principle of _____ to moderate her physical activity.
=Frequency (Progression WRONG)
Grey accidentally hit the vase with his forearm but he was able to catch it quickly, preventing
its fall. This shows that Grey has a very quick ____.
= Reaction Time
Anabolic steroids are a form of ____.
= illicit drug (TRY) ( ergogenic aid/ supplement WRONG)
What is the relative strength of a person who weighs 100 lbs. and can lift a barbell that is
250 lbs.?
= 2.5 lbs/body weight
It refers to the energy that is derived from food and is needed in certain amounts on a daily
basis.
= calories (Try) (digestion/ nutrients WRONG)
All of the following are factors that may affect bone degeneration, EXCEPT:
= Weight
These are characteristics of unsaturated fats, EXCEPT:
= Found in animal products lik cows and goats (TRY) (Liquid in room
temperature/ Also known as "good fats"( WRONG)
The following are all effects of using cocaine, EXCEPT:
= causes acne problems
____ refers to personalizing a particular program to fit a person's age, gender, and level of
fitness.
= Retrogression (TRY) (Individualization/ Progression WRONG)
This test is designed to determine your abdominal strength and endurance.
= CRUNCH TEST(TRY) (Push-up test/3-min. step test WRONG)
A person who experiences scarring within the liver has a condition known as ___.
= Cirrhosis (TRY) ( Cardiomyopathy/ Atherosclerosis wrong)
Which of the following exercises is best suited to target the shoulder muscles?
= Bench Press (TRY) ( Bicep curls/ Tricep extensions WRONG)
All of the following are characteristics of a fast-twitch muscle fiber, EXCEPT:= Can produce rapid contractions (TRY) ( Used for anaerobic activities/
Can produce forceful contractions WRONG)
Which of the following is the best first-aid for side stitches?
= Drink lots of water (TRY) ( Apply corn pads and lubricants / Perform a
proper warm-up routine WRONG)
When a person has chest pains caused by blocked arteries within the heart, this person is
said to havea condition known as ____.
= Angina Pectoris (TRY) (HEART ATTACK/ Arteriosclerosis WRONG)
____ is the condition in which a person loses oxygen supply within the brain causing its
nerves and blood vessels to experience blockages or bleeding.
= Stroke (TRY) (Ischemia/ Angina Pectoris WRONG)
A visual estimate used to determine the recommended daily fat intake of men is:
= 2-thumb size
Anne is a volleyball player that has an excellent score for the vertical jump test. This means
that she can easily perform movements in court because she has great ___.
= Power(TRY) (AGILITY / Reaction Time WRONG)
The ___ is the part of the bone that grows and hardens as a person ages and matures.
= Spongy bone
The lungs are responsible for converting ____ blood to ____ blood that can be used by the
body in several processes.
= oxygenated-unoxygenated (TRY) ( oxygenated-oxygenated /
unoxygenated-unoxegenated WRONG)
The best treatment for a blister is to:
= apply donut or corn pads on affected areaAnabolic steroids can bring the following effect to the body, EXCEPT:
= increase in nutrient uptake
Jaime wanted to develop his CV endurance, to do this, he started walking and then
progressing to jogging on a regular basis. The activities he chose are in line with the
principle of _____.
= Retrogression (TRY) ( Individualization/ Progression WRONG)
This test is designed to measure your Cardiovascular Endurance
= 3-min. step test
Jake does weight training activities 3 times a week for 20-30 minutes every session. He is
trying to build on his _____.
= Muscular Endurance
The ideal recovery time of a person who did weight training is between _____.
= 24-36 hours (Try) ( 24-48 hours/12-24 hours WRONG)
The most common side effect of drinking energy drinks in excess is _____.
= irregular heart beats/palpitations
If a person has a large number of slow-twitch muscle fibers, he/she has higher _____.
= Muscular Endurance (TRY) ( chances of increasing muscle size/ Muscular
Strength WRONG)
When a person has a higher level of fitness, less improvements will be reached. This is
referred to as the ________.
= Law of Diminishing Returns
Bianca is a ballerina who performs splits on a regular basis, she claims that this improves her
_____.
= Flexibility
A visual estimate used to determine the recommended daily carbohydrate intake of women
is:
= 2-cupped hands
The most common side effect of drinking alcohol in excess is ____.
= it slows down the functions of the Central Nervous System.The heart beats approximately _____ gallons of blood per day making it more efficient than a
machine.
= 1,000 (TRY) ( 2,000/3,000 wrong)
The ____ is the part of the musculoskeletal system responsible for giving the body its shape
and ability to stand as a unit.
= bones (TRY) (connective tissues/ muscles WRONG)
Annie has a waist measurement of 27 cm, and a hip measurement of 38 cm. What is Annie's
Waist-Hip Ratio?
= 0.80 cm(TRY) ( 0.83 cm/0.75cm WRONG)
The rate of increase of tobacco dependence is observed in the ____ region.
= ASIAN(TRY) (WESTERN/ AUSTRALIAN WRONG)