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1. Which training principle describes the practice of systematically increasing your repetitions to get stronger?
2. Why should you use a PAR-Q with your clients in the initial visit?
To see if the client needs to lose weight
To assess a client’s interest in working out
As a pre exercise screening tool to uncover any medical concerns
A PAR-Q is not required prior to working out
3. Which of the following is not true when using proper form?
Head is placed firmly on the bench
Shoulders and upper back should be firm and even on the bench
Feet are flat on the floor
Buttocks is lifted off the bench
4. Breathing should be performed as inhaling as the muscles lengthen and exhaling as the muscles contract.
5. When deciding exercise volume for a new client, how many sets are recommended for muscle endurance?
1 to 2 sets
2 to 3 sets
3 to 6 sets
3 to 5 sets
6. How much rest time is recommended for power exercises?
30 to 90 seconds
30 seconds or less
30 to 60 seconds
2 to 5 minutes
7. The frontal plane explains the division of the body between front and back.
8. When is the only time you shouldn’t use a spotter?
You should always use a spotter
When lifting for power movements
When your client asks you not to
When you are not in the mood
9. Quadriceps are a primary mover (agonist) in a leg extension. What is the antagonist muscle?
10. You should always keep a current CPR certification when training clients.