Physical Education Questions – Help!?
The intensity range recommended for beginners to cardiorespiratory conditioning is
A) 100 to 110 beats per second.
B) 115 to 120 beats per second.
C) 120 to 145 beats per second.
D) 140 to 170 beats per second.
A beginner to cardiorespiratory conditioning should engage in aerobic activity
A) 1-2 days per week.
B) 2-3 days per week.
C) 3-5 days per week.
D) 5-7 days per week.
To maintain moderate fitness, you should do all of the following EXCEPT
A) be aerobically active every day.
B) accumulate 225 minutes of aerobic activity every week.
C) participate in cardiorespiratory exercises that are neither too light nor too heavy.
D) be aerobically active no more than 2 times per week.
The level of intensity in aerobic conditioning can be expressed as a measure of
A) resting pulse rate.
B) target heart rate.
C) maximum heart rate.
A person who is deconditioned might BEST be described as
A) someone who has been kicked off the football team for failing to observe training guidelines.
B) someone who has been away from training for a period after achieving at least moderate levels of fitness.
C) someone who has gained so much weight from years of living a sedentary lifestyle that they are at serious risk.
D) someone who is practicing a new sport.
Factors to consider when buying fitness equipment include all of the following EXCEPT
A) intended use.
B) duration of each exercise session.
It is important to maintain home exercise equipment to ensure safety and effectiveness. All of the following are maintenance tips EXCEPT
A) inspecting all equipment regularly.
B) cleaning equipment before and after each use.
C) inspecting equipment once a year
D) reading the operating manual or instructions before using equipment.
The most popular type of home fitness equipment is
A) a treadmill.
B) a stair-stepper.
C) an elliptical motion trainer.
D) a stationary bicycle.
Which type of cross-country ski machine offers a more vigorous workout and best simulates real cross-country skiing?
Since the main muscle of your cardiovascular system is the _____, this is the muscle that should be overloaded during an aerobic workout.
Like any other fitness goal, cardiorespiratory FITT must be designed to achieve the principle of
D) dynamic relaxation.
A(n) _____mimics the natural motions of running but without placing stress on the joints.
B) in-line running machine
C) elliptical motion trainer
D) stationary bicycle
If you are deconditioned, you could begin doing _____ workouts at low intensity to accumulate your 20 to 30-minute exercise session.
A) high impact
B) low impact
The six factors to consider when buying home fitness equipment are intended use, cost, space, accessibility, _____, and service.
A) entertainment value
D) level of difficulty
The progression principle does not apply to cardiorespiratory activity.
Stair-steppers can cost anywhere from 0 to 00.
The main muscles of your cardiovascular system are the lungs.
Before purchasing home fitness equipment, it is a good idea to compare the cost of the equipment with the cost of joining a gym or fitness center.
Some stair-steppers simulate the action of walking up a flight of stairs, while on others, you walk on escalator-like stairs in a continuous manner.
Most teens are advised to work at between 60 and 90 percent of their target heart rate range, but teens that have been sedentary may need to start out at 40 to 50 percent of their target heart rate range.
Individuals with low-to-moderate levels of cardiorespiratory fitness should work at sessions
that last 40 to 60 minutes.
Match each item of exercise equipment with its matching description.
A. the level of intensity in aerobic conditioning can be expressed as a measure of this
B. two main types are upright and recumbent
C. allows you to train the upper and lower body simultaneously;
D. excellent option that the whole family can use year round
maximum heart rate
elliptical motion trainer
Filed under: Aerobic Exercise Equipment
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