Which of the following choices is NOT a common injury in sports? a. concussion and muscle strains b. hemorrhage and arthritis c. ligament strains and tears d. bone fractures and ankle sprains
Which tool has NOT greatly reduced the number of people who have died from infectious diseases? disinfectants antiseptics analgesics antibiotics
Improvements in muscular strength will not affect muscular endurance. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F
Which of the following statements BEST describes the sprint test? A. It is conducted over a specified short distance. B. The sprint test begins at a slow pace that increases as the runner continues. C. The runner should sprint as fast as possible to the finish line. D. Sprinting is running at a moderate, sustainable pace.
Smoking reduces a person's life span by an average of __________. A. 1 to 2 years B. 4 to 5 years C. 10 to 11 years D. 13 to 14 years
All of the following are functions of smooth muscles EXCEPT: a. heartbeat b. breathing c. perspiration d. digestion
Which of the following athletic programs are associated with special needs? A. Special Olympics B. US Youth Soccer TOPSoccer C. Miracle League D. all of the above
Which of these team sports affects both health-related fitness and skill-related fitness? A. basketball B. volleyball C. flag football D. all of the above
Which is the healthiest way of having a salad? with creamy salad dressing with a spoonful of olive oil with a dash of lemon juice
All factors that influence our physical fitness can be controlled. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F
Men over 50 are encouraged to get a PSA test to screen for a. cardiovascular disease. b. prostate cancer. c. testicular cancer. d. lung cancer
A person who is 15 years old has a target heart rate range of A. 123–164. B. 132–176. C. 114–152. D. 99–132.
Which of the following factors should be considered when designing a personal fitness program? a. goals b. activities c. variety d. all of the above
Which of the following joints is not found in the hands and wrists?a.pivot b.hinge c.condyloid d. Saddle
The final stage of the grieving process is __________, which provides __________. A. anger . . . an outlet for dangerous feelings B. bargaining . . . the opportunity to trade something to erase your loss C. acceptance . . . the ability to move forward in life D. depression . . . the time to feel your deep sorrow
How often should you get routine checkups at the doctor? Once annually Twice a year Three times a year Four times a year
Which scenario is the best example of public health promotion? a. A community hospital opens a burn center to address cases of severe burn trauma. b. Community organizers put together an emergency action plan in case of a local epidemic. c. The local community center starts a free fitness program for all county residents.
Which of the following statements about the reproductive glands is true? A. The reproductive glands affect sperm and egg formation. B. The reproductive glands in males are called the ovaries. C. The reproductive glands are located above the kidneys. D. The reproductive glands control all other endocrine glands.
How does the national government help improve public health? It educates the public about healthy lifestyles and asks people to pursue them. It takes national-level issues to international organizations to resolve them. It declares standards for public health and writes policies to achieve those standards.
Communicating openly and honestly is one of the steps to a. engaging in positive self-talk b. repairing an injured relationship c. handling a plateau period d. redirecting bad behavior