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If you take Health,Fitness and Nutrition for CA please help me!

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23. Tensing of the muscles that does not involve joint movement is called: (1 point) Isometric stretching Static stretching Isotonic stretching PNF stretching 24. Stretches that do not involve motionand are held for a brief period of time are called: (1 point) Isometric stretches Static stretches Isotonic stretches PNF stretches 25. _________refers to the body’s torso, which include abdominals, glutes, and lower back (1 point) Girth Core Circumference None of the above 26. Modern exercise training method designed to improve strength, posture and flexibility, not spiritual in nature is called (1 point) yoga pilates range of motion exercise step aerobics 27. The benefits of Yoga include:The benefits of Yoga include: (1 point) gaining spiritual balance and flexibility massages and stimulates the glands and internal organs reduces signs of aging all of the above 28. The heart has ____one way valves which open and close with each heartbeat. (1 point) one two three four 29. The pulmonary valve and the aortic valve ____ as the ventricles begin to contract. (1 point) close open contract relax 30. _________ carry oxygen rich blood from the heart to the body’s tissues and organs. (1 point) Veins Arteries Capillaries Alveoli 31. _________ gradually become smaller and smaller and gradually divide into capillaries. (1 point) Veins Arteries Capillaries Alveoli 32. _________ receive blood from the capillaries after gas exchange takes place. (1 point) Veins Arteries Capillaries Alveoli 33. __________ are the smallest, most fragile blood vessels. (1 point) Veins Arteries Capillaries Alveoli 34. Tiny air sacs where exchange of gasses occur are: (1 point) Veins Arteries Capillaries Alveoli 35. _______________ is a balloon-type, bulging of a blood vessel. (1 point) An aneurysm A stroke Coronary artery disease None of the above 36. _______________ refers to the pressure in the arteries when the heart is at rest, between beats. (1 point) Blood Pressure Systolic pressure Diastolic pressure Intra-cranial pressure 37. Loss of blood to the brain caused by a ruptured vessel is called: (1 point) Aneurysm Stroke Brain failure Coronary artery disease 38. __________ refers to the pressure in the arteries when the heart beats (contracts). (1 point) Diastolic pressure Systolic pressure Blood pressure None of the above 39. What is a muscle fiber? (1 point) the functional unit of a cell the neuron that conducts impulses for a muscle contraction the single cell of a muscle None of the above 40. Slow-twitch muscle fibers are used when: (1 point) the muscles perform long slow movements the muscles perform long periods of activity the muscles perform quick bursts of energy the muscles are utilizing protein for energy 41. ____________ is the sugar that is found in the blood and used as the body’s main energy source. (1 point) Glucose Insulin Carbohydrate HDL 42. The type of diabetes that occurs when the body’s immune system destroys the cells in the pancreas is called: (1 point) Type 1 Diabetes Type 2 Diabetes Insulin Dependent Diabetes Non-Insulin Dependent Diabetes Both A and C Both A and D 43. Obesity is: (1 point) a term used to describe a person who has a high Body Mass Index a term used to describe a person who has excessive amounts of body fat Both A and B None of the above 44. The organ that produces hormones such as insulin in order to break down and use food is: (1 point) the kidneys the pancreas the intestines the colon
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Canyou help me with lesson 8. Is this the midterm? Cause if it is then i need lesson 8 in order to give you the answers. because i have not completed lesson 8 yet. So if you help me out with lesson 8 then iw ill help you with the midterm.

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23. A 24. B 25. B 26. B 27. D 28. D 29. B 30. B 31. B 32. A 33. C 34. D 35. A 36. C 37. B 38. B 39. A or C 40. B 41. A 42. E 43. C 44. B
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These answers are 100% correct and I don't consider giving the answers away cheating BECAUSE I studied these terms on a vocabulary website BEFORE I took my exams: 1. traits that increase the possibility of developing an illness or disease 2. a disease in which the body produces and/or uses insulin in an ineffective manner, causing a high level of glucose(sugar) in the blood 3. the ability of a joint to move through its full range of motion 4. the term used to describe the body's ability to utilize oxygen at a maximal level of efficiency 5. the processes and functions of the body 6. both A and C (hereditary and environment) 7. type 2 diabetes 8. all of the above 9. agility and reaction time 10. muscular strength 11. are the movement or action of large and/or major muscle groups 12. the ability to maintain control of your body while stationary or moving 13. atrophy 14. how long you exercise 15. when the body seems to show little or no improvement to overloading the muscles 16. more resistance 17. A ligament 18. gliding joints 19. tendons 20. joint 21. cartilage 22. pivot 23. isometric stretching 24. static stretches 25. core 26. pilates 27. all of the above 28. four 29. open 30. arteries 31. arteries 32. veins 33. capillaries 34. alveoli 35. an aneurysm 36. diastolic pressure 37. stroke 38. systolic pressure 39. muscle fibers 40. the muscles perform long periods of activity 41. glucose 42. both A and D (type 1 diabetes and non-insulin dependent diabetes) 43. both and A and B (term for a person with a high body mass index and a term for a person with excessive body fat) 44. the pancreas 45. a hormone 46. diabetes 47. arteriosclerosis 48. body composition 49. girth measurement 50. hydrostatic weighing 51. before exercise 52. a tape measure
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