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Question #1

Which of the following indicate the appropriate height range for performing depth jump
training effectively and safely?

A. 16 to 42 inches (41 to 107 cm)
B. 24 to 48 inches (61 to 122 cm)
C. 32 to 60 inches (81 to 152 cm)
D. 40 to 60 inches (102 to 152 cm)

Question #2

Which of the following statements is correct regarding the warm-up and cool-down
components of the exercise training session?

A. Warm-up should last twice as long as cool-down.
B. Cool-down should approximate an intensity that is between 40 and 60% of VO2R
C. Warm-up need not involve cardiorespiratory activity if the conditioning phase of the exercise session involves resistance training.
D. Cool-down during the exercise session can be eliminated if at least 10 minutes of stretching is performed instead.

Question #3

A routine pattern of adhering to and documenting compliance with fitness industry
guidelines is often an effective guard against ________.

A. Breach of contract
B. Malfeasance
C. Negligence
D. Malpractice

Question #4

Your client is a 59 year old sedentary female with a body mass index of 33 kg/m2. She has
no history of heart disease herself, but her mother had a myocardial infarction at the age of
66. She is an ex-smoker who quit 15 years ago, blood pressure is consistently 135/85 mm
Hg, total cholesterol is 180 mg/dL (4.6 mmol/L) with an HDL level of 30 mg/dL (0.8
mmol/L), and blood glucose is 100 mg/dL (5.6 mmol/L). She has come to you for advice
because she wishes to improve her overall health and fitness.
What initial American College of Sports Medicine risk stratification does this client fall into?

A. Low risk
B. Moderate risk
C. High risk
D. Very high risk

Question #5

What effect should a bronchodilator have on your asthmatic client?

A. Increase airway resistance
B. Decrease airway resistance
C. Decrease blood pressure
D. Increase blood pressure

Question #6

If a food product had 250 kilocalories per serving, a recommended serving size of 5
ounces, and contained 10 servings per container, how many kilocalories would one
consume if s/he ate of the container?

A. 625
B. 937
C. 2500
D. 3125

Comments for Question #6 (7)

September 24, 2017, 08:38 PM
August 22, 2017, 11:30 AM
250kcal per serving x 10 servings / 4
July 13, 2017, 03:21 PM
This answer doesn't' make any sense.
July 11, 2017, 09:20 PM
Can anyone explain that answer
July 8, 2017, 10:14 AM
250kcal per serve*10serve-_2500kcal
July 6, 2017, 05:37 AM
Where does 625 comes from?
June 10, 2017, 11:40 PM
How do you get this answer?

Question #7

What is the leading cause of non-cardiovascular death in young athletes?

A. Contact Sports Injuries
B. Anemia
C. Hypothermia
D. Overheating

Question #8

What two muscles, along with the supraspinatus and infraspinatus, make up the rotator

A. Teres minor and scalenus
B. Teres minor and subscapularis
C. Teres major and scalenus
D. Teres major and subscapularis

Question #9

What is a warning sign of anorexia nervosa?

A. Eating when depressed
B. Prefering to eat in isolation
C. Visits to the bathroom following meals
D. Frequent gains and losses in body weight

Question #10

Why is a cool-down period important?

A. Prevents heat stroke
B. Helps prevent injuries
C. Reduces brain blood flow back to normal
D. Returns pooled blood back to central circulation

Question #11

What is the formula to determine 60% of heart rate reserve?

A. 220 - age x 60%
B. Maximum heart rate x 60%
C. Maximum heart rate - resting heart rate x 60%
D. Maximum heart rate - resting heart rate x 60% + resting heart rate

Comments for Question #11 (1)

September 29, 2017, 11:51 PM
Wouldn't D be the answer for target heart rate (THR) not so much 60% of HHR?

Question #12

Which of the following statements is true regarding exercise for the prepubescent child?

A. Children are less tolerant of heat because of a higher threshold for sweating.
B. Since children are anatomically immature, they should not participate in any form of resistance training exercise.
C. Because of the lack of development of the epiphyseal growth plates, children should not participate in any form of endurance training.
D. Both B and C are true

Question #13

What is the term used to describe the body's ability to utilize oxygen during exercise?

A. Lactate threshold
B. Anaerobic threshold
C. Anaerobic capacity
D. Oxygen consumption

Question #14

What is the initial American College of Sports Medicine risk stratification of a 57 year old
female client who has a blood pressure of 150/70 mm Hg and a total serum cholesterol of
240 mg/dL (6.2 mmol/L)?

A. No risk
B. Low risk
C. Moderate risk
D. High risk

Question #15

A client who reports a decreased Rating of Perceived Exertion at a given treadmill running
speed after taking albuterol, likely suffers from which of the following conditions?

A. Depression
B. Asthma
C. Bradycardia
D. Claudication

Question #16

Which of the following recommendations would you make to your client who plans on
playing tennis on a very hot and humid afternoon?

A. Consume 2 - 3 salt tablets per hour.
B. Consume 2 - 3 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight.
C. Consume fluids at temperatures of 15 to 22.2 degrees Celsius (59-72 degrees Fahrenheit).
D. Consume 5 - 6 grams of carbohydrates per kilogram of body weight.

Question #17

Which of the following is NOT a principle of training?

A. Overload
B. Specificity
C. Reversibility
D. Concentration

Question #18

What exercise should be avoided for a person suffering from shoulder impingement

A. Lateral raise
B. Seated row
C. Overhead press
D. Bench press

Question #19

What action is involved in the concentric phase of the biceps curl?

A. Flexion at the elbow.
B. Extension at the elbow.
C. Pronation of the forearm.
D. Supination of the forearm.

Question #20

What is the minimum duration of an intermittent bout of aerobic activity that may be
accumulated throughout the day?

A. 10 minutes
B. 15 minutes
C. 20 minutes
D. 30 minutes

Question #21

If you are palpating the thumb side of the forearm in the wrist area, what pulse are you

A. Humeral
B. Ulnar
C. Brachial
D. Radial

Question #22

The changes in muscle size associated with long-term resistance training is most likely due
to increases in _____.

A. muscle fiber cross-sectional diameter.
B. muscle fiber number.
C. connective tissue thickness.
D. hydration state of the muscle.

Question #23

Using the Heart Rate Reserve method, what is the target heart rate for a 40 year-old man
with a resting heart rate of 70 beats/min, exercising at an intensity of 65%?

A. 110 beats/min
B. 129 beats/min
C. 142 beats/min
D. 180 beats/min

Comments for Question #23 (1)

September 19, 2017, 04:29 PM
how do you calculate this?

Question #24

Which of the following is the most important exercise to include in an overall training plan
for an apparently healthy automobile mechanic who performs daily overhead movements?

A. Lat pulldown
B. Upright Row
C. Tricep extension
D. Shoulder press

Question #25

What is the correct spotting technique for the barbell lunge?

A. Keep hands close to client's hips/waist or torso at all times.
B. Keep hands near the barbell.
C. Place arms underneath your client's arms.
D. Keep hands on client's hips/waist or torso at all times.

Question #26

A client exercising at a level 15 on the Borg Rating of Perceived Exertion Scale is likely to
describe the exercise as ____________ .

A. Very hard
B. Hard
C. Fairly light
D. Very light

Question #27

When doing a push-up on the floor, the motion at the elbow joint during the down phase is
called ________ and the type of muscle action is called ________.

A. extension, eccentric
B. flexion, eccentric
C. flexion, concentric
D. extension, concentric

Question #28

What is a result of resistance training in adolescents?

A. It promotes muscular strength.
B. It increases muscular bulk.
C. It increases the risk of osteoporosis.
D. It causes permanent musculoskeletal damage.

Question #29

General guidelines to follow when prescribing resistance training exercise to the client with
arthritis include which of the following?

A. regimens with a frequency of 2-3 days per week
B. intensities that never exceed body weight
C. regimens with a frequency of no more than once per week
D. machine (as opposed to free weight) modes only

Question #30

Which of the following is a normal blood pressure (BP) response to aerobic exercise?

A. Both systolic and diastolic BP increase proportionately to increases in workload.
B. Systolic BP increases and diastolic BP decreases.
C. Systolic BP increases proportionately to increases in workload and diastolic BP remains unchanged or decreases slightly.
D. Systolic and diastolic BP both decrease at the onset of exercise, then increase in proportion to the increase in intensity.

Question #31

Which of the following exercise program variables describes a change in intensity?

A. Changing activity from treadmill to stair-stepper.
B. Increasing a treadmill incline by five degrees.
C. Increasing the number of workout days from two to three per week.
D. Increasing treadmill running time from 20 to 30 minutes.

Question #32

Case Study: Your new client is a 38-year old female that wants to be able to participate in
a 3-day charity walk. Her ultimate goal is to gradually improve her cardiovascular fitness.
Which of the following exercise programs should you initially prescribe to best meet your
client's needs?

A. 3-5 days a week, 20-60 minutes in duration, 40-85% HRR
B. 3-5 days a week, progressing from 1-3 hours in duration, 60-85% HRR
C. 5-7 days a week, 20-60 minutes in duration, 35-50% HRR
D. 5-7 days a week, progressing from 1-3 hours in duration, 35-50%

Question #33

An athlete in heavy endurance training should maintain a daily carbohydrate intake that is
approximately what percentage of his/her total energy intake?

A. 30%
B. 55%
C. 65%
D. 85%

Question #34

What motivational strategy is used to help an individual reframe negative statements into
positive statements?

A. Goal setting
B. Social reinforcement
C. Self-monitoring
D. Cognitive restructuring

Question #35

What is the intensity recommendation for the initial conditioning stage of a cardiovascular

A. 10% to 20% of heart rate reserve
B. 20% to 30% of heart rate reserve
C. 40% to 60% of heart rate reserve
D. 60% to 85% of heart rate reserve

Question #36

Which of the following locations is most sensitive to the baroreceptor reflex , when
palpating the pulse of an exercising client?

A. Radial artery
B. Carotid artery
C. Brachial artery
D. Femoral artery

Question #37

What are three non-modifiable conditions that place someone at increased risk for the
development of coronary artery disease?

A. Gender, family history, dyslipidemia
B. Family history, obesity, diabetes mellitus
C. Advanced age, gender, family history
D. Post-menopausal status, excessive alcohol consumption, advanced age

Question #38

Which of the following circumference sites are used to compute a waist-to-hip ratio?

A. Abdomen, suprailiac
B. Midaxillary, hips/thigh
C. Waist, buttocks/hips
D. Midaxillary, suprailiac

Question #39

Case Study: A female client expresses an interest in joining a recreational crew team.
She hires you to train her to withstand the demands of the sport. You design a resistance
training program that includes low reps, 4-6 sets of high intensity squats and seated row
within a comprehensive resistance training program. You gradually increase her sets and
load/intensity. In addition, you have included sprints and long distance swimming in her
overall program plan. Which of the following training principles have you incorporated?

A. specificity, reversibility and variation
B. overload, adaptability and strength
C. specificity, overload and variation
D. overload, strength and specificity

Question #40

As described by the American College of Sports Medicine, proper technique during the
push-up test involves _____.

A. timing the number of push-ups performed in two minutes
B. requiring both female and male subjects to use the toes as the pivotal point of movement
C. allowing a slight (20°) elbow flexion at the "top" of the movement
D. stopping the test when the subject strains forcibly

Question #41

What of the following is the formula for calculating the heart rate reserve?

A. 220, minus the age of the client
B. 220, minus the resting heart rate
C. Client's maximum heart rate, minus their resting heart rate
D. Client's maximum heart rate, minus their age

Question #42

What is an appropriate precaution and/or modification for exercising in higher ambient

A. Take salt tablets.
B. Drink eight ounces of water once per hour.
C. Select proper loose fitting, lightweight clothing.
D. Train in clothes designed to trap and hold body heat.

Question #43

What is the anatomical reference for the waist circumference measurement?

A. The maximal circumference between the chest to just below the gluteal fold.
B. Two centimeters below the umbilicus.
C. Narrowest part of the torso, above the umbilicus, and below the xiphoid process.
D. At the level of the umbilicus.

Question #44

Who should obtain a physician's clearance before starting an exercise program?

A. Every individual who is beginning an exercise program.
B. Sedentary individuals who are going to perform vigorous exercise.
C. Those who are considered low risk and perform only moderate exercise.
D. Men who are younger than 45 years of age and women who are younger than 55 years of age.

Question #45

If your active client consumed 2100 kilocalories each day for one week and burned off
2600 kilocalories each day for that same week, how much weight would your client lose
that particular week, assuming normal hydration?

A. 0 pounds
B. ½ pound
C. 1 pound
D. 2 pounds

Question #46

What is the primary muscle group involved in trunk flexion while standing during the
eccentric phase of the movement?

A. Iliopsoas
B. Rectus Abdominis
C. Erector Spinae
D. Biceps Femoris

Question #47

Which of the following is NOT true regarding a properly administered informed consent

A. It provides an explanation of all procedures to be performed.
B. It releases the facility and personnel from liability.
C. It provides an opportunity for inquiries.
D. It encourages and implies confidentiality.

Question #48

When performing a seated leg extension, which muscle group is the primary antagonist
during the concentric phase?

A. Hamstrings
B. Quadriceps
C. Hip extensors
D. Back extensors

Question #49

What is the order of stretching techniques from lowest risk of injury to highest risk of injury?

A. Ballistic; slow static; proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation.
B. Slow static; ballistic; proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation.
C. Proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation; ballistic; slow static.
D. Slow static; proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation; ballistic.

Question #50

What position should women in their second or third trimester of pregnancy avoid when
performing exercise?

A. Prone
B. Supine
C. On their side
D. On all fours (hands and knees)

Question #51

An exercise prescription for your pregnant client should include _____.

A. exercise occurring no more than three times per week
B. avoidance of moderate intensity resistance training
C. dynamic, rhythmic activities that use the large muscle groups
D. team sports such as basketball, soccer, and racquet sports

Question #52

Which of the following is a potential danger of long-term consumption of a high-protein

A. Zinc becomes less absorbable
B. Calcium is drawn from the bones & excreted in the urine
C. Iron levels drop causing anemia
D. Sodium is lost in the sweat causing hyponatremia

Question #53

Which of the following is true about energy contents?

A. fat = 9 kcal/gram, carbohydrate = 7 kcal/gram, water = 0 kcal/gram
B. carbohydrate = 7 kcal/gram, protein = 4 kcal/gram, alcohol = 7 kcal/gram
C. water = 0 kcal/gram, protein = 4 kcal/gram, alcohol = 7 kcal/gram
D. protein = 9 kcal/gram, fat = 4 kcal/gram, carbohydrate = 4 kcal/gram

Question #54

Which of the following indicates the correct order for a traditional periodization program for
resistance training?

A. hypertrophy, peaking, strength/power, recovery
B. strength/power, peaking, recovery, hypertrophy
C. strength/power, hypertrophy, recovery, peaking
D. hypertrophy, strength/power, peaking, recovery

Question #55

What is a function of the hamstring muscles?

A. Hip flexors
B. Hip extensors
C. Plantar flexors
D. Knee extensors

Question #56

What is your best course of action when you have evidence that one of your clients has an
eating disorder?

A. Monitor the client's diet as needed
B. Refer the client to a medical professional
C. Perform regular weigh-ins to monitor weight as needed
D. Offer nutritional and dietary education

Question #57

What factors should be taken into account when determining appropriate exercise test and

A. Age, health history, lifestyle
B. Age, health history, gender
C. Health history, lifestyle, occupation
D. Health history, gender, lifestyle

Question #58

What is considered a normal Body Mass Index (BMI) range?

A. 14.5 to 20.9 BMI
B. 18.5 to 24.9 BMI
C. 16.5 to 23.5 BMI
D. 19 to 27.5 BMI

Question #59

Which of the following modifiable risk factors is the most preventable cause of death in the
United States today?

A. Diabetes
B. Hypertension
C. Cigarette Smoking
D. Hypercholesterolemia

Question #60

Case study: A new client who has been resistance training for 6 months, comes to you
with a goal of increasing muscular size. Following health appraisal and fitness testing
including a modified 1 RM test, you design a program to meet the client's goal. Which of
the following regimens best defines an appropriate plan to achieve this client's goal?

A. 4-6 sets of 6-12 repetitions at 85% 1 RM
B. 1-3 sets of 10-15 repetitions at 75% 1 RM
C. 4-6 sets of 10-15 repetitions at 60% 1 RM
D. 1-3 sets of 6-12 repetitions at 60% 1 RM

Question #61

Which of the following statements about dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) is correct?

A. The body does not produce DHEA.
B. DHEA has been shown to improve body composition and physical performance in most elderly men and women.
C. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has classified DHEA as a controlled drug.
D. DHEA has no potential influence on testosterone production by both men and women.

Question #62

Which of the following practices are NOT recommended for persons with asthma who
desire to participate in a strenuous aerobic exercise program?

A. Exercise in an environment with warm, moist air.
B. Self-administer prescribed medication as directed prior to or during the exercise session.
C. Use a short, intense warm-up.
D. Use a scarf or surgical mask in front of the mouth if exercising in cold weather.

Question #63

What does waist to hip ratio assess?

A. Frame size
B. Weight relative to height
C. Distribution of body weight
D. The amount of subcutaneous fat

Comments for Question #63 (1)

October 2, 2017, 06:07 AM
should it not be the distribution of body fat?

Question #64

A 35 year-old male client has a goal of completing a sprint distance triathlon. The certified
Personal Trainer prescribes an exercise regimen of swimming 2 days per week, running 3
days per week, and bicycling 2 days per week. What training principle is being used?

A. Reversibility
B. Overload
C. Progression
D. Specificity

Question #65

Which chamber of the heart is responsible for pumping oxygenated blood to the body?

A. Right ventricle
B. Left ventricle
C. Right atrium
D. Left atrium

Question #66

An appropriate exercise to develop muscle endurance for the ________ is ________ .

A. quadriceps; one set of 15 knee flexions at low resistance.
B. triceps; one set of 15 repetitions of arm curls at low resistance.
C. wrist flexors; one set of 15 repetitions of wrist curls at low resistance.
D. hip abductors; one set of 15 repetitions of half-squats at low resistance.

Question #67

Which cardiovascular training approach, if repeated frequently, is most likely going to lead
to overtraining?

A. One intensive day followed by three easy days.
B. One long day followed by three shorter duration days.
C. Two consecutive intensive days, followed by one easy day.
D. A medium intensive day followed by two easy days.

Question #68

For the comparison of body mass index (BMI) and plethysmography body composition
assessment techniques, which of the following statements is correct?

A. Plethysmography is inferior to BMI because of the difficulties associated with determination of lung volume.
B. BMI is inferior to plethysmography because it does not account for lean/fat mass in its calculation.
C. Plethysmography is superior to BMI because it accounts for the hydration state of the client.
D. BMI is superior to plethysmography because its standard error of estimate for predicting percent body fat is usually lower.

Question #69

What is the role of High Density Lipoprotein in the blood?

A. Transports cholesterol
B. Increases anaerobic enzymes
C. Increases triglycerides
D. Decreases total cholesterol

Question #70

Which of the following best describes the symptoms that occur at 24-48 hours after a single
bout of intensive exercise?

A. Delayed onset muscle strain.
B. Acute onset muscle strain.
C. Delayed onset muscle soreness.
D. Acute onset muscle soreness.

Question #71

Adenosine triphosphate production via "anaerobic" glycolysis is associated with the
significant formation of what by-product?

A. Pyruvic Acid
B. Phosphoric Acid
C. Citric Acid
D. Lactic Acid

Question #72

Which of the following points should NOT be included in an Informed Consent document
regarding fitness testing?

A. Statement that the patient has been given an opportunity to ask questions about procedures
B. Reminder that the client is free to stop the test at any point
C. Warning that death could result from participation
D. Identical language for both diagnostic and prescriptive tests

Question #73

Which of the following blood lipids is influenced more by physical activity than by nutrition

D. Total cholesterol

Question #74

Case study: After demonstrating a variety of weight training exercises to a new client, you
ask if she has any questions. The client does not have any questions even though you
observe her performing an exercise with improper form.
After re-teaching the exercise, you should then reframe your questions to be more specific
in order to __________________________.

A. check for safety
B. demonstrate their mistake
C. demonstrate your knowledge
D. check for understanding

Question #75

Which legal term is defined as "failure to conform one's conduct to a generally accepted
standard or duty"?

A. Battery
B. Neglect
C. Abandonment
D. Negligence

Question #76

Your client is 5' 3" tall and weighs 130 pounds. After calculating her BMI, you have
determined that she falls in which of the following weight status categories?

A. Underweight
B. Normal
C. Overweight
D. Obese

Question #77

Which of the following risk factors for coronary heart disease enables you to subtract one
risk factor from the total amount of positive risk factors?

A. Body Mass Index < 30 kg/m2
B. High serum HDL cholesterol > 60 mg/dl (1.6mmol/L)
C. Fasting blood glucose of < 110mg/dL (6.1 mmol/L)
D. A former cigarette smoker who stopped more than six months ago.

Question #78

When discussing strategies for changing physical activity habits with clients, it is usually
best to:

A. give strong and clear advice about what works based on your professional experience.
B. assist clients to formulate their own behavior change strategies based on what has worked for them before.
C. refer clients to a behavioral psychologist for expert advice.
D. emphasize knowledge of the health benefits of exercise.

Question #79

What change may occur between heart rate and blood pressure as a result of chronic

A. Resting heart rate and resting blood pressure are reduced.
B. Resting heart rate reduces, but resting blood pressure stays the same.
C. Maximal heart rate increases but maximal blood pressure stays the same.
D. Resting heart rate and resting blood pressure stay the same, but maximal heart rate and maximal blood pressure are reduced.

Question #80

Which environmental trigger is NOT associated with exercise-induced asthma?

A. dry air
B. warm air
C. dusty air
D. pollutants

Question #81

With respect to the exercise prescription for children (defined as < 13 years), it can be said
that _____.

A. adult guidelines for resistance training can generally be applied
B. treadmill exercise is not a suitable mode of testing
C. exercise should be limited to 3-4 d · wk-1
D. vigorous activity should be avoided in this population

Question #82

Your client is wearing a heart rate monitor while performing a 1.5 mile run to assess
aerobic capacity. During the test, your client reaches 85% of her age-predicted heart rate
maximum. With this information, you should _____.

A. continue the test until she reaches 100% of her age-predicted heart rate maximum
B. terminate the test for safety purposes
C. continue the test if there is otherwise no reason to believe that the client has reached aerobic capacity
D. terminate the test if you continue to observe a steady increase in heart rate with increasing workload

Question #83

A certified Personal Trainer fails to properly spot a client performing heavy incline dumbbell
presses and the client injures himself. This is an example of what type of negligence?

A. Casual
B. Serious
C. Omission
D. Commission

Question #84

Your client is a 59 year old sedentary female with a body mass index of 33 kg/m2. She has
no history of heart disease herself, but her mother had a myocardial infarction at the age of
66. She is an ex-smoker who quit 15 years ago, blood pressure is consistently 135/85 mm
Hg, total cholesterol is 180 mg/dL (4.6 mmol/L) with an HDL level of 30 mg/dL (0.8
mmol/L), and blood glucose is 100 mg/dL (5.6 mmol/L). She has come to you for advice
because she wishes to improve her overall health and fitness.
What are the risk factors according to the American College of Sports Medicine?

A. Family history, cigarette smoking
B. Obesity, sedentary lifestyle, hypercholesterolemia
C. Hypercholesterolemia, impaired fasting glucose, obesity, hypertension
D. Family history, obesity, sedentary lifestyle, hypertension, cigarette smoking

Comments for Question #84 (1)

October 3, 2017, 12:00 AM
This is wrong, this profile has age, obesity, lifestyle, dyslipidemia, and prediabetes as risk factors.

Question #85

Which of the following muscle groups must be strengthened in order to maintain a healthy

A. Abdominals, knee flexors, and hip flexors
B. Abdominals, hip extensors and erector spinae
C. Abdominals, hip flexors and hip extensors
D. Abdominals, hamstrings and hip flexor

Question #86

In which of the following scenarios should an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) be

A. Conscious or unconscious client with shortness of breath
B. Unconscious client with a pulse
C. Conscious client with chest pain
D. Unconscious client without a pulse

Question #87

Downhill walking/jogging/running is characterized by eccentric activation of which of the
following muscle groups?

A. Hamstrings
B. Gastrocnemius
C. Brachioradialis
D. Quadriceps femoris

Question #88

When should a client exhale during performance of a bench press?

A. Only after the movement ends.
B. Immediately before the movement begins.
C. During the eccentric phase of the movement.
D. During the concentric phase of the movement.

Question #89

A 45 year old male weighs 202 lb (92 kg). Skinfold analysis indicates 24% of his weight is
fat. If he wants to decrease his body fat to 17%, what is his target body weight, assuming
he maintains the same lean body mass?

A. 168 lb (76 kg)
B. 178 lb (81 kg)
C. 185 lb (84 kg)
D. 195 lb (89 kg)

Comments for Question #89 (1)

July 9, 2017, 11:44 PM
anyone know how to do this?

Question #90

Which of the following is characterized as a plane (uniaxial) joint?

A. Coxal (hip)
B. Atlantooccipital
C. Radiocarpal (wrist)
D. Sacroiliac

Question #91

Together, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American College of
Sports Medicine recommend that every US adult should accumulate _____ minutes or
more of moderate-intensity physical activity on most, preferably all days of the week.

A. 15
B. 20
C. 30
D. 60

Question #92

What is the American College of Sports Medicine's recommendation regarding frequency
to increase cardiorespiratory fitness?

A. One to two days per week
B. Two to three days per week
C. Three to five days per week
D. Four to six days per week

Question #93

What is the typical resting blood pressure response to long term aerobic exercise in a
hypertensive individual?

A. Both systolic and diastolic pressures will increase.
B. Both systolic and diastolic pressures will decrease.
C. Systolic will increase, while diastolic will remain unchanged.
D. Systolic will decrease, while diastolic will remain unchanged.

Question #94

An intake of additional protein calories above an average individual's daily requirement will
result in which of the following?

A. A conversion to fat and stored as triglyceride
B. Muscle hypertrophy
C. An increase in water retention
D. A conversion to carbohydrates and stored as glycogen

Question #95

What occurs to a muscle during the eccentric movement phase of an exercise?

A. Shortens while contracting
B. Shortens while relaxing
C. Lengthens while relaxing
D. Lengthens while contracting

Question #96

Which of the following is the correct sequence of events when starting the process for
exercise prescription for a new client?

A. Obtain a medical history, have the client perform a risk factor assessment, interpret the data, prescribe exercise, give lifestyle counseling.
B. Obtain a medical history, have the client perform a risk factor assessment, administer fitness tests, interpret the data, prescribe exercise.
C. Have the client perform a risk factor assessment, obtain a medical history, administer fitness tests, prescribe exercise and interpret the data.
D. Have the client perform a fitness assessment, obtain a medical history, give lifestyle counseling, interpret the data, prescribe exercise.

Question #97

Typical movements in the weight room such as a biceps curl using free weights and leg
press actions using a machine are best described as ____________ muscle actions.

A. plyometric
B. isokinetic
C. ballistic
D. isotonic

Question #98

What is the correct order of the regions of the spinal column, from superior to inferior?

A. Cervical, lumbar, thoracic, sacral and coccyx.
B. Coccyx, sacral, lumbar, thoracic, and cervical.
C. Cervical, thoracic, lumbar, coccyx, and sacral.
D. Cervical, thoracic, lumbar,sacral, and coccyx.

Question #99

Which of the following is the correct energy expenditure in METs associated with an
exercise oxygen uptake of 28 mlkg-1min-1?

A. 8
B. 10
C. 98
D. 112

Comments for Question #99 (2)

September 26, 2017, 04:08 PM
1 MET = 3.5 ml/kg/min (28 ml/kg/min) / (3.5 ml/kg/min) = 8 METs
September 24, 2017, 05:43 PM
How is this one solved?

Question #100

Which of the following is also known as the Trunk Flexion Test?

A. Sit-and-reach test.
B. Curl-up test for muscular endurance.
C. Sit-up test for muscular endurance.
D. Any test that requires clients to touch their toes.

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