FINAL TEST SPORT MPU 2412 21934 (G2)
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• Question 1
30 seconds
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During the lessons in which you wore a heart rate monitor, what was the percentage of your maximum heart rate you were supposed to be at or above?

70% or above

30% or above

90% or above

60% or below

• Question 2
30 seconds
Q.

What is the best definition of TARGET HEART RATE?

Moderate-to-vigorous activity that uses large amounts of oxygen and works the heart and lungs

The number of heartbeats per minute that you should aim for during moderate-to-vigorous aerobic activity to help your circulatory system the most

How quickly your heart rate returns to normal after exercise is stopped

The fastest your heart can beat

• Question 3
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What is the best definition of AEROBIC EXERCISE?

Moderate-to-vigorous activity that uses large amounts of oxygen and works the heart and lungs

PACER

The number of heartbeats per minute that you should aim for during moderate-to-vigorous aerobic activity to help your circulatory system the most

How quickly your heart rate returns to normal after exercise is stopped

• Question 4
30 seconds
Q.

What is the best definition for MAXIMUM HEART RATE?

70% or higher

The number of times your heart beats per minute when you are relaxing

The number of heartbeats per minute that you should aim for during moderate-to-vigorous aerobic activity to help your circulatory system the most

The fastest your heart can beat

• Question 5
30 seconds
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In the learning goal, "I can raise my heart rate to 70%+ of my MHR," what does does MHR mean?

Maintained heart rate

Minimum heart rate

Maximum heart rate

Medium heart rate

• Question 6
30 seconds
Q.

What is a common formula for determining your MAXIMUM HEART RATE?

Age + 240 = MHR

Age - 220 = MHR

220 - age = MHR

240 - age - MHR

• Question 7
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What is the best definition below for the FITT Principle?

Intense physical activity that requires no longer requires oxygen and can only be performed for short periods of time

A method for safely increasing aspects of your workout to provide an “overload” and safely make improvements to your fitness

The number of heartbeats per minute that you should aim for during moderate-to-vigorous aerobic activity to help your circulatory system the most

The specific exercise you do during your work out

• Question 8
30 seconds
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What words do the letters of the FITT Principle mean?

Time, type, intensity, frequency

Frequency, intervals, time, type

Fast, intensity, training, time

Time, intensity, fast, training

• Question 9
30 seconds
Q.

What is the best definition below for INTENSITY?

The number of days you exercise each week

How hard you exercise

How long you exercise

The specific exercise you do during your workout

• Question 10
30 seconds
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Choose the activity(ies) below that would be considered good for improving cardiovascular fitness

Push-ups

Running/jogging

High-jump

Cycling

• Question 11
30 seconds
Q.

What component of health-related fitness does the sit and reach test?

Muscular endurance

Body composition

Lower back strength and flexibility

Flexibility

Cardiorespiratory endurance

• Question 12
30 seconds
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What component of health-related fitness does the Body Mass Index (BMI) test?

Muscular endurance

Body composition

Lower back strength and flexibility

Flexibility

Cardiorespiratory endurance

• Question 13
30 seconds
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Body Mass Index (BMI) is determined by what two things?

Age and weight

Gender and weight

Height and age

Weight and height

• Question 14
60 seconds
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_______________ is any form of bodily movement that uses up energy.

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

PHYSICAL FITNESS

AEROBIC EXERCISE

ANAEROBIC EXERCISE

• Question 15
60 seconds
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_______________ is the ability to handle the physical demands of everyday life without becoming overly tired.

PHYSICAL FITNESS

EXERCISE

AEROBIC EXERCISE

ANAEROBIC EXERCISE

• Question 16
60 seconds
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_______________ is rhythmic, nonstop, moderate to vigorous acticity that requires large amounts of oxygen.

PHYSICAL FITNESS

EXERCISE

AEROBIC EXERCISE

ANAEROBIC EXERCISE

• Question 17
60 seconds
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_______________ is intense physical activity that requires little oxygen but uses short bursts of energy.

PHYSICAL FITNESS

EXERCISE

AEROBIC EXERCISE

ANAEROBIC EXERCISE

• Question 18
60 seconds
Q.

_______________ is the ability of your body's joints to move easily through a full range of motion.

HEART AND LUNG ENDURANCE

MUSCLE STRENGTH

MUSCLE ENDURANCE

FLEXIBILITY

• Question 19
10 seconds
Q. BMI STANDS FOR BODY MASS INDEX?
TRUE
FALSE
• Question 20
45 seconds
Q. The number of times your heart beats per min. when you are at rest is called
Heart Rate
Cardiorespiratory Endurance
Recovery Time
Resting Heart Rate
• Question 21
60 seconds
Q. Which is a good example of an activity that would increase flexibility?
Yoga
Golf
Tennis
• Question 22
30 seconds
Q.

What is target heart rate zone (THRZ)?

the zone in which your heart should beat for a good aerobic work out

THRZ is between 60-85% of your maximum heart rate

the number of times your heart beats in a minute when at rest

the maximum number of times your heart can beat in a minute

• Question 23
30 seconds
Q. Dynamic stretching is:
Using weight to stretch.
Holding a stretch.
performed in motion
bouncing to stretch
• Question 24
30 seconds
Q. What is the recommended frequency of flexibility training per week?
1 day
one time per week
3 times a week
3 times a day
• Question 25
30 seconds
Q. What is the maximum heart rate for a 24 year old?
196 bpm
204 bpm
220 bpm
244 bpm
• Question 26
30 seconds
Q. What is the main part of fitness you are working at the Just Dance station?
Cardiovascular Endurance
Muscular Endurance
Flexibility
Muscular Strength
• Question 27
30 seconds
Q.

What muscle is this person holding?

Deltoid

Hamstring

Latissimus Dorsi

• Question 28
30 seconds
Q.

Skeletal muscles attach to bone via _____.

tendon

veins

arteries

• Question 29
30 seconds
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The ability of your heart and lungs to effectively deliver oxygen to your muscles during prolonged physical activity is called

muscular endurance

muscular strength

flexibility

cardiorespiratory fitness

• Question 30
30 seconds
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Which of the following occurs as a result of being regularly physically active?