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1. Which technique would help alleviate stress? (1 point)Face your stress directly and immediately. Drink caffeinated beverages such as coffee or soda. Slow down and find something that makes you laugh. Sleep more than eight hours to increase your amount of REM sleep. 2. Which of the following statements is true regarding government regulation of advertising? (1 point)Advertisements must use only realistic images. Advertisements may not create feelings of inadequacy. Advertisements must have evidence to back up a claim. Advertisements must not include negative information about other products. 3. Harry is a 26-year-old male. His typical resting heart rate is 72 beats per minute. What is his target heart rate zone? (1 point)61–104 beats per minute 74–126 beats per minute 97–165 beats per minute 133–176 beats per minute 4. You are a recruiter for a military academy and are seeking candidates that would perform well on an agility test. Which of the following athletes would you try to recruit? (1 point)wrestlers divers golfers soccer players 5. An inactive adult of average weight and in overall good health, visits the doctor for a routine check-up. The doctor makes the suggestion of becoming physically active. The long-term benefits of physical activity include which of the following? (1 point)increased blood pressure increased muscle strains reduced flexibility reduced risk of cardiovascular disease 6. Jennifer walks on the treadmill at least four times per week to maintain her cardiovascular health. Lately she has been finding excuses to not exercise and is starting to miss one or two sessions each week. Which training principle does she need to consider to get her workouts back on track? (1 point)specificity progression reversibility tedium 7. All of the following are used to classify depression except (1 point)changing your appearance. talking about death or suicide. running away from home. relationship problems. 8. Which of the following is a con for using a credit card? (1 point)interest rates establishing a credit history convenience emergency use 9. A weight lifter performs five 100 pound bench presses. This is an example of an (1 point)aerobic activity because it raises the heart rate. aerobic activity because it takes a short time to complete. anaerobic activity because it has a high level of repetitions. anaerobic activity because it requires short bursts of energy. 10. Which of the following statements about lifestyle and leisure activities is true? (1 point)Leisure activities are not considered cardiovascular activities, but lifestyle activities are. Lifestyle activities do not raise your heart rate enough to provide cardiovascular benefits, but leisure activities do. Neither lifestyle nor leisure activities are strenuous enough to provide cardiovascular benefits. Participation in both lifestyle and leisure activities can provide cardiovascular benefits. 11. A senior is nearing graduation, struggling to manage her time, and experiencing high levels of distress. To reduce or eliminate the sources of stress she can (1 point)let her friends change her activities. rely on her parent to get her out of commitments. revise her schedule. visit her doctor. 12. A high school student recently began participating in running for fun and fitness. His goal is to improve his run times so they are above average, compared to a national group of his peers. To ensure he obtains accurate data he should (1 point)collect run times shared by peers where he has a gym membership. reference fitness standards through a web search. complete an online survey of local youth athletes. check blogs and wikis of teens who list their personal statistics. 13. Sonny has a test tomorrow at school. He has studied as much as he can and is feeling sleepy. Which of the following is a healthy way for Sonny to manage his stress? (1 point)Get some rest. Keep studying for the test since he'll soon get his second wind. Drink an energy drink. Study for a different subject for a while to refresh his mind. 14. Which statement is an alert to quackery? (1 point)The product claims scientific breakthroughs with credit given to a medical school. The product is sold door to door. The product claims to focus on one specific ailment. The product is sold only on the internet. 15. Jose walks briskly to work three days each week and it takes him about 15 minutes to get there. In about six weeks, Jose will start daily three to four hour summer marching band practices and wants to make sure he is physically ready. What would be the best way for Jose to adapt his current walking program to prepare for marching band practices? (1 point)Maintain his normal routine, but walk faster. Ride his bike instead of walking. Carry his heavy backpack while walking. Leave for work earlier and take a longer route. 16. To improve his agility, balance, and strength, a dancer chooses to participate in a competitive sport. Which sport will provide the most benefit? (1 point)baseball bowling golf racquetball 17. Irene is a high school sophomore who lives with her mom and her little brother. Irene's mom works two jobs that require her to be away seven days a week. Irene is left to care for her little brother, prepare meals, and tidy the home. Irene is a straight-A student who not only excels in the classroom, but also excels in softball, basketball and soccer. What would be the best way for Irene to minimize her stress levels? (1 point)Talk about her problems with a trusted adult. Self-talk about how tough life is right now. Take quick breaths to relieve her stress. Get a job to keep her mind off of her problems. 18. Susan is interested in beginning a new cardiovascular fitness routine. It will be important for her to keep her heart rate within her target heart rate zone, to get the most cardiovascular benefit. What technology could she use to keep track of her heart rate while working out? (1 point)bathroom scale calculator pedometer wrist monitor 19. Improved mental well-being can be achieved by (1 point)avoiding flexibility. foregoing recreation for necessities. planning fitness times. studying several hours each day. 20. Continuously training above the upper limit of your target heart rate will (1 point)burn fat at the fastest rate. cause deoxygenated blood flow. place undue stress on your heart. strengthen your heart most efficiently. 21. If Antwon is considered a "flexible" person in terms of his personality, he most likely (1 point)hides his feelings to avoid confrontations. maintains a strict daily routine. voices his thoughts and feelings and moves on. enjoys arguing for the sake of arguing. 22. Upon waking each morning, Angela monitors her resting heart rate and records this information for nine days. Day 1 67 Day 2 67 Day 3 72 Day 4 70 Day 5 72 Day 6 69 Day 7 72 Day 8 75 Day 9 65 What is the mode of her recorded heart rates? (1 point)65 67 70 72 23. One common risk factor in cardiovascular diseases is obesity. Which one of the following behaviors should you increase to avoid developing obesity? (1 point)exercise fat intake salt intake smoking 24. Which of the following best represents having "balance in your life"? (1 point)Judy loves to read, and she sets aside at least 10 minutes each day to read her favorite book. Javon knows how important physical exercise is, and he is involved in several different sports so he can stay active. Leslie's goal is to be accepted to the college of her choice, so she spends the majority of her time studying in order to accomplish her goal. Matt likes to relax sometimes, so after he completes his homework, he plays video games for a while. 25. Laura researched and designed a training program to help her increase her cardiovascular fitness. Unfortunately, after three months she has still made no progress in her goals. What is the best thing for Laura to do next? She should (1 point)give up on her program. immediately increase the duration of her workouts. immediately increase the intensity of her workouts. reevaluate her choice of activities including the frequency, and duration of her workouts. 26. Yaniv's brother and sister confront him and report that he constantly puts himself down saying, "I am so stupid" and, "I can never do anything right." His siblings challenge him to change, as they believe this has played a large role in his low self-esteem. How could Yaniv make positive changes in his attitude? (1 point)Express himself more openly and freely. Self-talk positive comments about himself. Challenge his siblings to change themselves. Keep notes on his negative traits. 27. "Be part of the in crowd! Use Really White Toothpaste" is an example of what type of advertising technique? (1 point)bandwagon glittering generalities plain folks scientific evidence 28. Karen has noticed that every time she climbs the stairs, she feels tired and starts breathing heavily. Which area of fitness does she need to improve? (1 point)muscular endurance cardiovascular flexibility body composition 29. Possessing agility will help you (1 point)stay upright. perform a movement quickly and forcefully. react to stimuli. change directions quickly. 30. Juan has set some goals for his fitness. He decided to start a weightlifting routine that consists of lifting weights for an hour three days a week. Which of the statements best reflect Juan's goals and potential for success? Juan wants to increase his (1 point)cardiovascular fitness. Based on his selected activities and frequency of his exercise routine, we can determine that Juan is likely to reach his goal within the next two weeks. strength. Based on his selected activities and frequency of his workouts, he will never reach his goals unless he adds some stretching into his routine. flexibility. Based on his selected activities and frequency of his workouts, we can determine that Juan will not reach his goals unless he adds one more day to the routine. strength and muscular endurance. Based on his selected activities and frequency of his workout, we can determine that Juan will begin to progress toward his goals in a few weeks. 31. Tomas determined his fitness goal is to increase his cardiovascular fitness level. Identify the plan that will best help him meet his goals. Based on the training principles, Tomas should (1 point)join the track and field team at school. He will participate in the field events of shot-put and discus. This requires him to start a weight training program. start a stretching program that requires him to stretch every morning. This will increase his flexibility. start lifting weights for an hour a day, three days a week. After the first month, he will add in some stretching. After the second month, he will add slow walking for 10 minutes before each workout. start walking two miles a day three days a week. After two weeks, he will jog one mile and walk one mile three days a week. He will continue the process on a weekly basis until he reaches the goal. 32. Your six-year-old little sister loves to watch television. Lately she is gaining an unhealthy amount of weight and acts shy around other kids her age. What is the best way for you to encourage her to have healthier habits? (1 point)Teach her how to do abdominal crunches during commercials. Tell her she needs to stop being so lazy. Go with her to youth soccer practices in your neighborhood. Tell her to stop eating so much junk food. 33. Jose's parents are getting divorced. He thinks a lot about this, and he is very upset. With regards to the mind/body connection, which of the following would be the best thing for Jose to do to keep his emotions from affecting his health? (1 point)Jose should participate in a club or sports activity so he can focus his thoughts on other things. Every time Jose has a negative thought about the divorce, he should replace it with a positive thought about something else. Jose should talk about his feelings to his school guidance counselor or a trusted adult. When Jose is upset, he should write his feelings in a journal in order to release his emotions. 34. A likely target audience for the Thigh Dominator, a fitness product constructed to create shapely thighs and longer-looking legs, would be (1 point)males ages 60 and older. males ages 18 to 40. females ages 60 and older. females ages 18 to 40. 35. Tony decides he would like to substitute one day of jogging in his regular bike riding routine. The cardiovascular training principle Tony is applying is (1 point)frequency. intensity. time. type. 36. You enjoy whitewater kayaking. Your balance skills help you to (1 point)maintain an upright position. move quickly through the water. avoid running into other kayakers. perform effective paddling techniques. 37. In order to make sure that you are making adequate progress toward your fitness goals, you should (1 point)get a physical before you begin your program and have a physical at least once a year. include a workout partner in your plan. join a gym and workout every day. take a simple fitness test before you begin your workout plan and repeat the test at regular intervals. 38. Which statement best describes how technology helps us monitor our overall fitness? (1 point)Using a treadmill will help you monitor your improvements in strength. A digital workout log can help you track progress in many areas. Heart monitors may allow the user to track progress in flexibility. Digital scales may show improvements in muscular endurance. 39. Janet joined the rowing team at her school. She finds that her heart rate exceeds 185 beats per minute during her workouts. In this instance, Janet should (1 point)increase the intensity of her workouts. increase the amount of time she rows. reduce the intensity of her workouts. reduce her intensity only when she feels pain. 40. Rose experienced a lot of stress at the end of the year. She needed to purchase some gifts for her family, wrap the gifts, purchase the groceries for the meal, and study for exams. She felt so stressed that she could not breathe. This mind-body connection can best be alleviated by (1 point)asking her best friend to complete one or two of the tasks. purchasing the gifts for her family and friends online. reducing the hours she sleeps to get more done. using the F.A.T. triangle to break her mental set. 41. Which statistic supports the fact that excessive television watching is linked to obesity? (1 point)Approximately 35/amp;#37; of food ads viewed each year by children ages eight to 12 are for candy and snacks. Approximately 43/amp;#37; of teenagers make purchases online. Advertisers spend approximately $2,000,000,000 each year on advertisements directed at children. By the time a child is 18, she will view 200,000 acts of television/movie violence. 42. Jerome is a competitive football player. He practices five days a week and lifts weights three days a week. Unfortunately, he hurt his knee in the last game. The doctor says that he can continue to exercise but needs to stay off of it for eight weeks. What can Jerome do to maintain his level of fitness and follow the doctor's directions for keeping weight off the knee? (1 point)Jerome can continue a limited weightlifting program while he heals. He can substitute the running at practice with swimming in a knee brace. Jerome should sit out all practices and rest so the knee has the best chance to heal. Jerome should continue his weightlifting schedule and take up long distance bike riding to compensate for not being able to run. Jerome should start walking on the treadmill and swimming two hours a day. 43. Hearing the words, "Four out of five dentists recommend this product" is evidence of what type of advertising technique? (1 point)bandwagon plain folks testimonial scientific evidence 44. Which question is an example of what to ask when considering if a health product or service is valid? (1 point)Is the product or service affordable? Does the product or service make me feel bad? Is the product or service what it claims to be? How many people use the product or service? 45. Elizabeth enjoys running with her dog several times each week. This activity will provide the most benefit for Elizabeth's (1 point)flexibility. muscular strength and endurance. cardiovascular health. body composition. 46. Each time you reach down to tie your shoes, it helps your body maintain (1 point)strength. flexibility. cardiovascular health. muscular strength. 47. Marissa records 12:00 for her first mile run fitness test. Since the average for a female at 17 years old is 10:30, a specific and measureable fitness goal for this test might be to (1 point)drink one cup of water for each 30 minutes of running. improve her cardiovascular fitness. reduce her mile run time by 1:30 in two months. run faster by next month. 48. One of the suggested methods to monitor heart rate begins by checking your radial pulse. Your radial pulse is located in your (1 point)forehead. neck. thigh. wrist. 49. You are on a swimming relay team and want to improve your ability to jump off the block quickly and accurately. Which tool would be most helpful in improving this skill? (1 point)a workout journal a skin caliper a stopwatch a meter stick 50. Age BMI Score Standard 13 to 14 less than 16 underweight 17 to 23 normal 27 or higher overweight 15 to 16 less than 17 underweight 18 to 24 normal 28 or higher overweight 17 to 18 less than 18 underweight 19 to 26 normal 30 or higher overweight The chart above displays the distribution of BMI for females at a variety of ages. Shaylee is a 14- year-old female. She calculates her BMI as 28. She wants to interpret her BMI data by looking at the norms listed in the chart above. Shaylee should interpret her BMI information as (1 point)healthy. normal. overweight. underweight. 51. Your friend sustained head injuries after a serious car accident. She is having trouble with movements that require her to move multiple body parts at the same time. A therapist would probably suggest activities to help rebuild her (1 point)reaction time. speed. coordination. power. 52. Which of the following would provide an effective cool-down following a 30 minute run? (1 point)five minutes of sprints 10 minutes of walking 25 sit-ups 20 minutes of intense swimming 53. Does exercise help alleviate stress? (1 point)Yes, exercise helps you build muscle, and more muscle means less stress. No, many health professionals advocate exercise, but exercise does not produce stress-relieving chemicals. Yes, exercise produces chemicals called endorphins which give you energy and reduce stress. No, exercise improves cardiovascular health and produces serotonin, but it doesn't reduce stress. 54. Upon waking in the morning, Antonio monitors his resting heart rate and records this information for nine days. Day 1 70 Day 2 65 Day 3 72 Day 4 69 Day 5 71 Day 6 67 Day 7 70 Day 8 65 Day 9 70 What is the mean of his recorded heart rates? (1 point)65 67 69 70 55. Upon waking in the morning, Terry monitors his resting heart rate and records this information for nine days. Day 1 67 Day 2 67 Day 3 72 Day 4 70 Day 5 72 Day 6 69 Day 7 72 Day 8 75 Day 9 65 What is the median of his recorded heart rates? (1 point)65 67 69 70 56. Which of the following statements is true about aerobic activity? (1 point)Aerobic activity occurs during short bursts of activity. Aerobic activity occurs during short periods of time. Cells do not require oxygen to perform aerobic activity. Cells require oxygen to perform aerobic activity. 57. Reaction time will help you (1 point)stay upright. perform a movement quickly and forcefully. respond quickly to stimuli. change directions quickly. 58. Mary needs to adjust her monthly budget as she will have an extra $50 in medical expenses for the next six months. What is Mary's best option to balance her budget as she takes on this extra expense for a few months? (1 point)Move into an apartment with lower rent. Increase the amount she spends on clothing. Charge the medical expense to a credit card. Spend less money on entertainment. 59. Shawn found a great agility workout in a fitness magazine. He has been following it exactly as described in the magazine for three months and sees no improvement. What is the most likely reason this program is not working for him? (1 point)Shawn needs to get a personal trainer to help him understand the workout in the magazine. These workouts are complicated and hard to follow. Shawn did not evaluate or individualize the program to his specific needs and goals. He assumed that the workout in the book was right for him. Shawn must not be following the program exactly. He must have adjusted the routine to make it easier for himself. Shawn did not give the program enough of a try. He needs to wait at least another six months before he decides that he did not make any progress.
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