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Physical Fitness

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` The ability to retain the center of mass above the base of support in a stationary position.
  • Static Balance Correct
_____ refers to a subjective assessment of effort or intensity.
  • Ratings of Perceived Exertion Correct
10-minute brisk walking
  • Conditioning Activity
  • None of the choices
  • Warm-up Correct
  • Stretching
100 laps of freestyle stroke
  • Warm-up
  • Stretching
  • Conditioning Activity Correct
  • None of the choices
50 meter swim of freestyle done 100 times
  • Main-set Correct
  • Cool-down
  • Stretch
  • Warm-up
A beginner in a circuit program should begin by doing 40 seconds to 1-minute duration in every station of the circuit.
  • TRUE
  • FALSE Correct
A body image disorder that commonly affects body builders.
  • Anorexia Nervosa
  • Muscle Dysmorphic Disorder Correct
  • Binge Eating Disorder
  • Bulimia Nervosa
A body type described to be lean and tall despite the lack of regular physical activity.
  • Endomorph
  • Ectomorph Correct
  • Mesomorph
  • Endo-meso
A component of fitness that usually involves movements that are explosive in nature.
  • Power Correct
  • Reaction Time
  • Coordination
  • Speed
A condition in which a person lacks thyroid hormone production causing severe weight gain.
  • Hypothyroidism Correct
A condition in which air pipes become swollen and a person experiences shortness of breath.
  • Emphysema Correct
A condition in which arteries become thick and non-elastic is called
  • Arteriosclerosis Correct
A condition in which the heart is not able to pump blood at life-sustaining rates.
  • Congestive Heart Failure Correct
A condition in which the liver experiences excessive scarring because of alcohol abuse.
  • Atherosclerosis
  • Cirrhosis Correct
  • Cardiomyopathy
  • Arteriosclerosis
A condition in which the walls of arteries and veins become thick because of age.
  • Arteriosclerosis Correct
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.
  • Atherosclerosis
  • Hypertension
  • Stroke
  • Heart Attack Correct
A condition that affects the blood vessels of the heart and its surrounding muscles.
  • Coronary Heart Disease Correct
A condition where the brain lacks oxygen necessary to function efficiently.
  • Stroke Correct
A diet that aids in water loss and nutritional loss in the body because it eases passage of food within the intestinal walls.
  • Yoyo Diet
  • Atkins Diet
  • Laxatives & Pills Correct
  • South Beach Diet
A discomfort in which prevention and treatment are corn pads and/or donut pads.
  • Blisters Correct
A disease in which an individual loses control over drinking alcoholic beverages and develops slowly through time.
  • Alcohoholism Correct
A disorder described as having a fixation with healthy or righteous eating.
  • Orthorexia Correct
A fit heart muscle will result to an increase in heart muscle size and power.
  • TRUE Correct
A good amount of High-Density Lipoprotein (HDL) in the body is beneficial to one's health.
  • FALSE Correct
A health-related fitness component that is directly related to the skill-related fitness component of power.
  • Muscular Strength Correct
A health-related fitness component which refers to your ability to perform prolonged, large-muscle, dynamic exercises at different intensities.
  • CV ENDURANCE Correct
A heart attack is also known as a Myocardial
  • Infarction Correct
A kind of fat that is solid in room temperature and can be found in animal products.
  • hydrogenated fats
  • saturated fats Correct
  • trans fatty acids
  • unsaturated fats
A kind of stress that is also known as "positive stress" because it is mentally or physically stimulating.
  • EUSTRESS Correct
A life threatening exercise discomfort that usually occurs in activities that are done in the water.
  • muscle cramps Correct
A normal blood pressure has a systole over diastole of
  • Hypertension Correct
A part of the circuit training which focuses on building muscular strength and endurance on the upper body muscle groups.
  • Shoulder Press Correct
  • Crunches
  • Lunges
  • Squats
A part of the food label which is responsible for giving information about the number of serving available in a food package.
  • SERVING SIZE Correct
A person can begin any exercise program without the need to consult a trained professional.
  • FALSE Correct
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 Correct
A person who is an ENDOMORPH is considered to be lean and has small bone structures.
  • FALSE Correct
A person who is said to be obssessed or has a fixation over healthy eating has a condition known as Body Dysmorphic Disorder.
  • FALSE Correct
  • TRUE
A person with a normal blood pressure has a BP reading of ______?
  • 120/80 Correct
  • 110/90
  • 130/100
  • 140/100
A person with an 18.5-24.9 kg/m2 Body Mass Index is in the Normal Weight Range.
  • TRUE Correct
A pregnant woman is advised to exercise in a lying down position during the 1st trimester.
  • FALSE Correct
  • TRUE
A regular resting heart rate for individuals who are not athletes range between
  • 60- 100 Correct
A regular resting heart rate for individuals who are not athletes usually range from 120-150 beats per minute.
  • FALSE Correct
  • TRUE
A schedule is the best solution to managing your time and your stresors in general.
  • TRUE Correct
A skill-related fitness component that is GREATLY needed in Gymnastics.
  • Agility
  • Reaction Time
  • Connection
  • Balance Correct
  • Speed
  • Power
A state of complete, physical, mental, and social well-being. It is not merely the absence or presence of diseases or injuries.
  • Health Correct
A strict caloric intake incorporated with regular physical activity are the best practices to be done to lose weight the healthy way
  • TRUE Correct
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 Correct
A successful fitness journey lies only on your knowledge and little on your physical effort.
  • FALSE Correct
A tapeworm diet is a form of a crash dieting technique.
  • TRUE Correct
A test use to determine the upper body strength of males is called
  • flexibility Correct
A type of coping where a person seeks immediate, temporary relief from stress through distraction or self-indulgence.
  • Avoidant Coping Correct
  • Problem-focused
  • Appraisal-focused
  • Emotion-focused
A type of discomfort that is a result of improper breathing techniques during exercise.
  • Side Stitches Correct
  • Shin Splints
  • Chafing
  • Blisters
  • Muscle Cramps
  • Muscle Soreness
A type of discomfort where a sharp pain is felt just under the ribs, typically on the right side of the abdomen.
  • Muscle Soreness
  • Blisters
  • Side Stitches Correct
  • Chafing
A type of essential nutrient taken from the soil when we consume both animal and plant products.
  • minerals Correct
A type of fat that is derived from nuts, seeds, and leafy vegetables.
  • Polyunsaturated Correct
A type of macronutrient essential in energy production during rest and very light activities which can also cause health-related diseases if taken in huge amounts.
  • RDAs
  • Serving Size
  • Food Labels
  • Fats Correct
  • Proteins
  • Fibers
  • Vitamins
  • Minerals
  • i Carbohydrates
  • j Calories
  • k Unsaturated Fat
  • l Saturated Fat
A type of muscle fiber which is found in most internal organs and is responsible for involuntary muscle control.
  • Myofibrils
  • Smooth Correct
  • Skeletal
  • Cardiac
A type of sharp and involuntary muscle contraction during exercise. It is commonly felt during swimming when a person has not warmed-up properly.
A type of wellness where you ensure to develop your critical thinking and creativity.
  • Social Wellness
  • Physical Wellness
  • Spiritual Wellness
  • Mental Wellness Correct
A type of wellness which entails a person to eat well, exercise, and avoiding harmful habits
  • Physical Correct
A type of wellness which entails a person to eat well, exercise, and avoiding harmful habits.
  • Mental
  • Emotional
  • Spiritual
  • Physical Correct
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 Correct
A very sharp and involuntary pain felt in the muscles, usually along the limbs and is caused by dehydration.
  • Muscle Cramps Correct
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 Correct
Activities like, Gymnastics, Dancing, & Walking all need the body's _____.
  • Coordination Correct
After exercising the chemical waste products that build up on the muscle are known as
  • Lactic Acid Correct
After exercising the chemical waste products that build up on the muscle are known as _______.
  • Lactic Acid Correct
  • Sodium
  • Magnesium
  • Potassium
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.
  • distorted thinking
  • stress
  • exhaustion Correct
  • distress
Age generally contributes to bone and muscle loss, while inactivity leads to higher chances of obtaining unnecessary injuries.
  • TRUE Correct
Age, genes, and gender are factors that can affect a person's muscle size.
  • TRUE Correct
Alaram Reaction, Resistance, and Response are the three stages of the General Adaptation Syndrome.
  • FALSE Correct
Alarm reaction, resistance, and exhaustion are the different phases of the body's General Adaptation Syndrome or G.A.S.
  • TRUE Correct
Alcohol increases visual and hearing acuity as well as a person's reaction time.
  • FALSE Correct
Alcohol is a depressant drug that affects the brain and the nervous system.
  • TRUE Correct
Alcohol is a stimulant chemical that affects the brain and excites central nervous activity.
  • FALSE Correct
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