Practice Exam

1. When answering the Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire (PAR-Q), your client answers “yes” to a bone or joint problem that could be made worse by exercise. What should you recommend?





2. When is the only time you shouldn’t use a spotter?





3. Which best describes a split routine?





4. Which training principle describes the practice of systematically increasing your repetitions to get stronger?





5. Why does the American Diabetes Association recommend aerobic and strength training for managing diabetes?





6. What are some common mistakes with body alignment?





7. Which joint action describes the movement of adduction?





8. Exercise volume refers to the amount of intensity a client has.



9. How many muscles are in your body (roughly)?





10. How many repetitions are usually recommended for building muscular endurance?






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