1: A proprioceptively enriched environment challenges an individual’s
Internal balance and stabilization
Maximum cardiac output
Maximum strength capabilities
Answer: Internal balance and stabilization
2: The OPT model is broken into which three levels?
Endurance, hypertrophy, and power
Fat loss, strength, and hypertrophy
Strength, cardiorespiratory, and nutrition
Stabilization, strength, and power
Answer: Stabilization, strength, and power
3: The power training level of the OPT model strives to MOST improve
Rate of force production
Answer: Rate of force production
4: Which phases of training comprise the strength level of the OPT model?
Strength-endurance training, hypertrophy training, maximal strength training
Stabilization-endurance training, strength-endurance training, hypertrophy training
Hypertrophy training, maximal strength training, power training
Stabilization-endurance training, strength-endurance training, power training
Answer: Strength-endurance training, hypertrophy training, maximal strength training
5: Which phase of the OPT model supersets a barbell bench press with a medicine ball chest pass?
Answer: Power training
6: Obesity is a condition of being considerably overweight and refers to a person with a body mass index (BMI) of
Less than 18.5
Between 18.5 and 24.0
Greater than 30
Between 25 and 29.9
Answer: Greater than 30
7: A healthy total cholesterol level is
Between 210-220 mg dL
Less than 200 mg/dL
Between 240-260 mg dL
Greater than 300 mg dL
Answer: Less than 200 mg/dL
8: Of the leading causes of death in the United States, _____ was caused by cardiovascular disease and cancer, and nearly 80% of these deaths could have been prevented if a healthy lifestyle was followed.
9: At present _____ of Americans older than age 20 are overweight, and of these, 34%, which equates to approximately 72 million Americans, are obese.
10: Type 2 diabetes is associated with obesity, particularly abdominal obesity, and accounts for ______ of all diabetes.
70 to 75%
40 to 45%
90 to 95%
50 to 55%
Answer: 90 to 95%
11:What is the body’s ability to sense the relative position of adjacent parts of the body?
12: Which is not one of the components of the Human Movement System?
3. Muscular System.
4. Skeletal System.
Answer: Integrative Function
13: The Combination and interrelation of the nervous, muscular and skeletal systems is known as what?
Answer: Human Movement System
14: A Muscle contracting when it is stretched too far is an example of which type of function?
Answer: Motor Function
15: The ability of the nervous system to sense changes in either the internal or external environment. Is an example of which function?
Answer: Sensory function (Nervous system