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- Question 1 of 12
What is a static posture?Correct
Static posture is how an individual presents himself or herself in a stance and can provide insight into postural irregularities and muscular imbalancesIncorrect
Static posture is how an individual presents himself or herself in a stance and can provide insight into postural irregularities and muscular imbalances
- Question 2 of 12
Stage training is a programming system that uses different heart training zones. How many stages does it include?Correct
Stage training involves a three-stage programming system that uses different heart training zonesIncorrect
Stage training involves a three-stage programming system that uses different heart training zones
- Question 3 of 12
What is the name of the movement in which you lean your head backwards?Correct
Cervical extension is the motion of leaning your head backwardsIncorrect
Cervical extension is the motion of leaning your head backwards
- Question 4 of 12
Which definition best describes the frontal plane?Correct
The frontal plane splits the body into front and backIncorrect
The frontal plane splits the body into front and back
- Question 5 of 12
What is a product intended to supplement the diet that is not a food or drug?Correct
A dietary supplement is meant to supplement the dietIncorrect
A dietary supplement is meant to supplement the diet
- Question 6 of 12
What percent of calories consumed should be from carbohydrates?Correct
Carbohydrates should compose 45-65% of caloric dietIncorrect
Carbohydrates should compose 45-65% of caloric diet
- Question 7 of 12
Which of the following is not in the NASM Code of professional conduct?Correct
The NASM Code of Professional Conduct does not mention cleanlinessIncorrect
The NASM Code of Professional Conduct does not mention cleanliness
- Question 8 of 12
Which is not a psychological benefit of exercise.Correct
Increased agility is a physiological benefit of exercise, not a psychological oneIncorrect
Increased agility is a physiological benefit of exercise, not a psychological one
- Question 9 of 12
What is the main cause of coronary heart disease (CHD)?Correct
Poor lifestyle choices, including smoking, poor diet, and physical inactivity, are the main causes of coronary heart diseaseIncorrect
Poor lifestyle choices, including smoking, poor diet, and physical inactivity, are the main causes of coronary heart disease
- Question 10 of 12
Training muscular endurance and stabilization is best achieved by performing in what repetition range and with what weight percentages?Correct
Training muscular endurance and stability is best achieved by training in the 12-20 repetition range with 50-70% of 1RMIncorrect
Training muscular endurance and stability is best achieved by training in the 12-20 repetition range with 50-70% of 1RM
- Question 11 of 12
What does the I stand for in the FITTE factors for cardiovascular fitnessCorrect
I in FITTE stands for intensityIncorrect
I in FITTE stands for intensity
- Question 12 of 12
What is it called if a synergist takes over function for a weak or inhibited prime mover such as the hamstrings taking over for the gluteus maximus?Correct
Synergistic dominance is when a synergist takes over function of a weak or inhibited prime mover often times due to a lack of flexibilityIncorrect
Synergistic dominance is when a synergist takes over function of a weak or inhibited prime mover often times due to a lack of flexibility
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