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Chapter 11: Fitness. Temperature Extremes. Components of Exercise. Exercise Principles. Injuries. $100. $100. $ 100. $100. $200. $200. $200. $200. $300. $300. $300. $300. $400. $400. $400. $400. FINAL ROUND. Temperature Extremes: $100 Question.

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chapter 11 fitness

Chapter 11: Fitness

Temperature Extremes

Components of Exercise

Exercise Principles

Injuries

$100

$100

$100

$100

$200

$200

$200

$200

$300

$300

$300

$300

$400

$400

$400

$400

FINAL ROUND

temperature extremes 100 question
Temperature Extremes:$100 Question
  • One of the ways to help prevent heat cramps is to make sure your diet includes which of the following?
    • a. Vitamin C
    • b. Iodine
    • c. Sodium
    • d. Chromium

ANSWER

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temperature extremes 100 answer
Temperature Extremes:$100 Answer
  • One of the ways to help prevent heat cramps is to make sure your diet includes which of the following?
    • a. Vitamin C
    • b. Iodine
    • c. Sodium
    • d. Chromium

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temperature extremes 200 question
Temperature Extremes:$200 Question
  • Which heat illness presents the common sign of dry, hot, red skin?
    • a. Hyperthermia
    • b. Heat stroke
    • c. Heat exhaustion
    • d. Heat stress

ANSWER

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temperature extremes 200 answer
Temperature Extremes:$200 Answer
  • Which heat illness presents the common sign of dry, hot, red skin?
    • a. Hyperthermia
    • b. Heat stroke
    • c. Heat exhaustion
    • d. Heat stress

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temperature extremes 300 question
Temperature Extremes:$300 Question
  • Which condition occurs as a result of body heat being lost faster than it is produced?
    • a. Hypothermia
    • b. Hyperthermia
    • c. Heat stress
    • d. Cold intolerance

ANSWER

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temperature extremes 300 answer
Temperature Extremes:$300 Answer
  • Which condition occurs as a result of body heat being lost faster than it is produced?
    • a. Hypothermia
    • b. Hyperthermia
    • c. Heat stress
    • d. Cold intolerance

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temperature extremes 400 question
Temperature Extremes:$400 Question
  • Approximately how many days of gradually increasing activity in the hot environment will it take for the process of heat acclimatization to occur?
    • a. 2–5
    • b. 7–9
    • c. 10–14
    • d. 18–21

ANSWER

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temperature extremes 400 answer
Temperature Extremes:$400 Answer
  • Approximately how many days of gradually increasing activity in the hot environment will it take for the process of heat acclimatization to occur?
    • a. 2–5
    • b. 7–9
    • c. 10–14
    • d. 18–21

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injuries 100 question
Injuries:$100 Question
  • Injuries that result from the cumulative effects of day-after-day stress placed on tendons, muscles, and joints are called _______ injuries.
    • a. overuse
    • b. traumatic
    • c. overtraining
    • d. repetitive

ANSWER

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injuries 100 answer
Injuries:$100 Answer
  • Injuries that result from the cumulative effects of day-after-day stress placed on tendons, muscles, and joints are called _______ injuries.
    • a. overuse
    • b. traumatic
    • c. overtraining
    • d. repetitive

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injuries 200 question
Injuries:$200 Question
  • What does the acronym RICE for first aid treatment stand for?
    • a. Recovery, inflammation, cold, elevation
    • b. Rest, inflammation, cover, elevation
    • c. Rest, ice, compression, elevation
    • d. Recovery, ice, cover, elevation

ANSWER

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injuries 200 answer
Injuries:$200 Answer
  • What does the acronym RICE for first aid treatment stand for?
    • a. Recovery, inflammation, cold, elevation
    • b. Rest, inflammation, cover, elevation
    • c. Rest, ice, compression, elevation
    • d. Recovery, ice, cover, elevation

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injuries 300 question
Injuries:$300 Question
  • It is recommended to consult a physician for a traumatic injury if the pain does not go away after ___ minutes.
    • a. 10
    • b. 60
    • c. 5
    • d. 30

ANSWER

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injuries 300 answer
Injuries:$300 Answer
  • It is recommended to consult a physician for a traumatic injury if the pain does not go away after ___ minutes.
    • a. 10
    • b. 60
    • c. 5
    • d. 30

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injuries 400 question
Injuries:$400 Question
  • A sprained ankle should be iced
    • a. every two hours for the first 24 hours.
    • b. twice a day for the first 24 to 72 hours.
    • c. for 20 minutes every hour for the first 24 to 72 hours.
    • d. every hour for the first 12 hours.

ANSWER

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injuries 400 answer
Injuries:$400 Answer
  • A sprained ankle should be iced
    • a. every two hours for the first 24 hours.
    • b. twice a day for the first 24 to 72 hours.
    • c. for 20 minutes every hour for the first 24 to 72 hours.
    • d. every hour for the first 12 hours.

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components of exercise 100 question
Components of Exercise:$100 Question
  • Which component of physical fitness refers to the range of motion at a joint or a series of joints?
    • a. Flexibility
    • b. Body composition
    • c. Cardiovascular fitness
    • d. Muscular endurance

ANSWER

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components of exercise 100 answer
Components of Exercise:$100 Answer
  • Which component of physical fitness refers to the range of motion at a joint or a series of joints?
    • a. Flexibility
    • b. Body composition
    • c. Cardiovascular fitness
    • d. Muscular endurance

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components of exercise 200 question
Components of Exercise:$200 Question
  • The term “aerobic” means
    • a. dance.
    • b. exertion.
    • c. with oxygen.
    • d. muscles.

ANSWER

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components of exercise 200 answer
Components of Exercise:$200 Answer
  • The term “aerobic” means
    • a. dance.
    • b. exertion.
    • c. with oxygen.
    • d. muscles.

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components of exercise 300 question
Components of Exercise:$300 Question
  • The ability to sustain moderate intensity whole body activity for extended periods of time defines
    • a. power.
    • b. plyometrics.
    • c. muscular strength.
    • d. cardiovascular fitness.

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components of exercise 300 answer
Components of Exercise:$300 Answer
  • The ability to sustain moderate intensity whole body activity for extended periods of time defines
    • a. power.
    • b. plyometrics.
    • c. muscular strength.
    • d. cardiovascular fitness.

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components of exercise 400 question
Components of Exercise:$400 Question
  • John performs as many push-ups as he can in 60 seconds. This is an example of
    • a. muscular endurance.
    • b. muscular strength.
    • c. muscular power.
    • d. muscular speed.

ANSWER

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components of exercise 400 answer
Components of Exercise:$400 Answer
  • John performs as many push-ups as he can in 60 seconds. This is an example of
    • a. muscular endurance.
    • b. muscular strength.
    • c. muscular power.
    • d. muscular speed.

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exercise principles 100 question
Exercise Principles:$100 Question
  • Janice has been lifting 95 pounds on the leg press. To become stronger, she increased the weight to 105 pounds. What principle of strength development does this represent?
    • a. Specificity of training principle
    • b. Overload principle
    • c. Reversibility principle
    • d. Tension principle

ANSWER

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exercise principles 100 answer
Exercise Principles:$100 Answer
  • Janice has been lifting 95 pounds on the leg press. To become stronger, she increased the weight to 105 pounds. What principle of strength development does this represent?
    • a. Specificity of training principle
    • b. Overload principle
    • c. Reversibility principle
    • d. Tension principle

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exercise principles 200 question
Exercise Principles:$200 Question
  • According to the ACSM, how many repetitions are recommended when engaging in resistance training?
    • a. 2–4
    • b. 3–5
    • c. 8–12
    • d. 20–24

ANSWER

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exercise principles 200 answer
Exercise Principles:$200 Answer
  • According to the ACSM, how many repetitions are recommended when engaging in resistance training?
    • a. 2–4
    • b. 3–5
    • c. 8–12
    • d. 20–24

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exercise principles 300 question
Exercise Principles:$300 Question
  • Joel enjoys various types of fitness exercises. He alternates his training days with jogging, cycling, and step aerobics. This type of training is called
    • a. cardiac fitness training.
    • b. static training.
    • c. cross training.
    • d. multisport training.

ANSWER

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exercise principles 300 answer
Exercise Principles:$300 Answer
  • Joel enjoys various types of fitness exercises. He alternates his training days with jogging, cycling, and step aerobics. This type of training is called
    • a. cardiac fitness training.
    • b. static training.
    • c. cross training.
    • d. multisport training.

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exercise principles 400 question
Exercise Principles:$400 Question
  • During aerobic exercise, one of the main ways to monitor intensity is by
    • a. type of activity.
    • b. rate of perspiration.
    • c. rate of breathing.
    • d. checking heart rate.

ANSWER

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exercise principles 400 answer
Exercise Principles:$400 Answer
  • During aerobic exercise, one of the main ways to monitor intensity is by
    • a. type of activity.
    • b. rate of perspiration.
    • c. rate of breathing.
    • d. checking heart rate.

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final round question
FINAL ROUND Question
  • In which type of muscle action is force produced but no movement occurs, such as pushing against an immovable object?
    • a. Concentric
    • b. Isometric
    • c. Eccentric
    • d. Isokinetic

ANSWER

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final round answer
FINAL ROUND Answer
  • In which type of muscle action is force produced but no movement occurs, such as pushing against an immovable object?
    • a. Concentric
    • b. Isometric
    • c. Eccentric
    • d. Isokinetic

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