Practice Exam

1. If the hip adductor is the prime mover in an exercise, what is the antagonist?





2. Why should you use a PAR-Q with your clients in the initial visit?





3. Biceps are a primary mover (agonist) in a bicep curl. What is the antagonist muscle?





4. Which of the three planes of motion describe dividing the body into top and bottom?





5. Which training principle describes the practice of gradually adding more resistance so there is enough stimulus to grow?





6. Which describes the joint movement of the flexor muscles?





7. You should always keep a current CPR certification when training clients.



8. How often should beginners exercise per week in general?





9. Resistance training machines are best suited for experienced weight lifters.



10. Skeletal muscles are often named by what factors?






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