Anatomy. Physiology. Biomechanics. Nutrition. Sports & Society . 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500. Anatomy 100.
This plane is horizontal and divides the body into superior and inferior parts.
Anatomy 100 (Answer)
What is the Transverse Plane?
An example of this joint would be the shoulder or the hip.
Anatomy 200 (Answer)
What is the ball and socket joint?
This bone has a hard outer casing with spongy bone in the centre.
Anatomy 300 (Answer)
What is a long bone?
Which muscle is primarily used when performing a bench-press.
Anatomy 400 (Answer)
What is the Pectoralis Major?
An inflammation of the band of tissue that connects calf muscles at the back of the lower leg to your heel bone.
Anatomy 500 (Answer)
What is Achilles Tendonitis?
This system is responsible for delivering nutrients and oxygen, it also helps control your body temperature.
Physiology 100 (Answer)
What is the Circulatory System?
An involuntary muscle that is branched and joined together, it also is partly striated.
Physiology 200 (Answer)
What is cardiac muscle?
This energy system uses only fast twitch muscle fibers, the time duration is from 30s to 1 minute, and it breaks down glucose. It also produces lactic acid.
Physiology 300 (Answer)
What is Anaerobic Lactic (system)?
The maximum amount of oxygen that an individual can utilize during intense or maximal exercise.
Physiology 400 (Answer)
What is VO2 Max?
Process where the depth of respiration increases, and the body produces more red blood cells to carry oxygen.
Physiology 500 (Answer)
What is Altitude Acclimatization?
Objects must remain in a state of motion/ rest until acted upon by an outside force.
Biomechanics 100 (Answer)
What is the Law of Inertia?
State of motion which occurs when a body/part of a body undergoes rotational/ circular motion about an axis.
i.e. figure skating jumps and spins
Biomechanics 200 (Answer)
What is Angular Motion?
The imaginary point where all the mass is concentrated at.
Biomechanics 300 (Answer)
What is the center of gravity?
Movement usually occurs in the direction opposite that of the applied force.
Biomechanics 400 (Answer)
What is Reaction?
This type of lever has the force between the fulcrum and the resistance.
Biomechanics 500 (Answer)
What is a Class III lever?
(we didn’t go over this, so don’t focus on the types of levers)
Mineral found in dairy products that helps keep our bones and teeth strong.
Nutrition 100 (Answer)
What is Calcium?
Type of fat that helps clear our arteries of cholesterol.
Nutrition 200 (Answer)
What is HDL (or high density lipoprotein)?
Nutrient consisting of simple and complex sugars that provides us with short term energy.
Nutrition 300 (Answer)
What is a carbohydrate?
A non-essential fatty acid that’s solid at room temperature.
Nutrition 400 (Answer)
What is saturated fat?
A very serious condition when there is a complete failure of the body’s heat-regulatory system, ad should be treated
Nutrition 500 (Answer)
What is heatstroke?
Sports & Society 100
Activity that is unstructured fun; rules and regulations are not enforced and competition is not present in any serious matter.
Sports & Society 100 (Answer)
What is play?
Sports & Society 200
Home fitness program that takes 90 days(3 months) to complete, developed by Tony Horton in 2004.
Sports & Society 200 (Answer)
What is P90X?
Sports & Society 300
Sport that involves hitting a ball with an external object
i.e. baseball, tennis, golf
Sports & Society 300 (Answer)
What is a striking sport?
Sports & Society 400
Social function helps individuals to be conditioned to be socially viable members of society.
Sports & Society 400 (Answer)
What is socialization?
Sports & Society 500
Female athlete who was captain of the 2002 Canadian Women’s hockey team, she was also one of Sports Illustrated top 25 toughest athletes in the world.
Sports & Society 500 (Answer)
Who is Hayley Wickenheiser?