Practice Exam

1. Motor skills training refers to training improvements with coordination, balance, rhythm, sequence of movement patterns, spatial orientation and speed of reaction.



2. Which of these are part of motor skills training?





3. In the 6 to 10 age group, how much strength training is recommended?





4. Why is engaging the core important to teach?





5. Pull movements engage the chest muscles and teach how to move away from an object, ex. push up.



6. Always place emphasis on the smaller muscles for postural development.



7. Which one of these components is NOT one of the main five for youth training?





8. To develop directed strength, how much training time should be devoted to strength training for a specific sport or purpose?





9. In the 11 to 14 age group, how much strength training is recommended?





10. Which of the following statements are true regarding youth fitness training?






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