Muscle control is the ability to quickly change directions and make complex movements. True or False?
Our esteem-based needs are met by developing self-respect and achieving our personal goals. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F
What was the name given to communist rebel fighters in South Vietnam? a. Vietcong b. Northern Regulators c. Freedom Fighters d. Communist Fighters
Which statement is most correct regarding accomplishments in individual sports? A. There is not a high risk of losing in individual sports because nobody else is relying on you. B. Competing well reflects on both the coach and the individual equally. C. All attention is on the individual. D. The reward is not as great as it is with a team sport.
Ballistic stretching is BEST performed __________. a. before intense workouts b. after a thorough warm-up c. weekly d. never
Which of the following statements about exercising during pregnancy is TRUE? A. Pregnant women should not exercise at very high altitudes. B. Women should not exercise during pregnancy. C. Pregnant women should get 2 hours of vigorous exercise a week. D. During pregnancy, women should exercise in a supine position.
Immune disorders result from both underactive and overactive immune systems. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F
Select all that apply. A strand of hair is composed of: a bulb a cortex a crown a cuticle a matrix a medulla
Which of the following is NOT an example of skill-related fitness? a. reaction time b. balance c. flexibility d. coordination Health-related fitness includes all of the following EXCEPT: a. physical agility b. muscular endurance c. body composition d. cardiovascular fitness Which factor is NOT critical when playing individual sports? a. excellent team work b. physical fitness c. mental focus d. advanced skill
External factors in decision making include all of the following EXCEPT: A. ethics B. media and society C. economic factors D. peers and family
What is the number one cause of outdoor fatalities? a.hypothermia b.falls c.snakebites d.accidental shooting
Dressing appropriately for exercise includes __________. A. wearing the same clothes for all exercises B. choosing dark colored clothing when exercising at night C. wearing sunscreen when exercising outside D. making sure you wear the best brand-name clothes
Regular exercise often leads to an improved body image. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F
If Marlene were having difficulties with digestion, the BEST things to do would be to _________. A. increase fiber, lower salt, and drink water B. exercise, eat high-fiber foods, and drink plenty of water C. limit salt intake, reduce caffeine, and keep clean D. eat more salt, eat more fiber, and keep clean
Which type of fat may help lower the risk of heart disease? A. Trans fat B. Cholesterol C. Unsaturated fat D. Saturated fat
Which of the following is likely to be least beneficial to an alcoholic? A. family therapy B. a 12-step program C. group therapy D. simple treatment options
Major contributing causes of mental health disorders are environmental conditions and situations. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F
Would a fitness professional recommend totally eliminating fat from your diet? A. Yes, because all fats can lead to various diseases. B. No, but it's recommended that fat intake be limited to 30 percent of daily total calories. C. Yes, because the modern diet is too high in fats. D. No, as long as fats are unsaturated, the amount doesn't need to be monitored
Which of the following physiological effects occurs as a result of increased exercise? A. the body's blood pressure decreases throughout the body B. the blood flow is directed towards the large organs C. the levels of oxygen in the body decreases D. the volume of blood pumped by the heart increases
How many exercises encompass stretching in the human body? A. eight B. too many to count C. that depends one each individual D. none
One genetic factor that can influence your personality is __________. a. support b. love c. security d. aptitude
Which of the following has no impact on human health? a. global environment b. outdoor environment c. indoor environment d. none of the above
The acronym CPR stands for __________. A. cardiopalpatory resuscitation B. cardiopreparatory rescue C. cardiopulmonary resuscitation D. chest pressure and rescue
Individuals should participate in __________ exercises to increase cardiovascular endurance. a. progression b. anaerobic c. overload d. aerobic
Which of the following writers is a journalist? A. a poet B. a novelist C. a reporter D. a biographer
Which description best defines health? a.being physically fit, eating a good diet, and not having any major diseases b.being in the middle, rather than at either extreme, of the health continuum c.maintaining a balance of physical, mental/emotional, and social well-being d.eating well, having friends, liking yourself, and living for a long time
Which of the following statements about nervous system communication is not correct? A. The nervous system uses electrical and chemical signals to communicate internally. B. The nervous system uses neurons to communicate internally. C. The nervous system uses glia cells to communicate internally. D. The nervous system uses endocrine glands to communicate internally.