Quiz 2 Answers - Chapters 5 6 7 9 2 key proprioceptors are...

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Chapters: 5, 6, 7, 9 2 key proprioceptors are Select one or more: a. Joint Capsules b. Stretch Receptors c. Golgi Tendon Organs d. Elastin e. Collagen Feedback The correct answer is: Stretch Receptors, Golgi Tendon Organs Question 2 Correct Mark 1 out of 1 Flag question Question text Underlying causes of low back pain include all of the following EXCEPT Select one: a. Poor muscular endurance and strength in the core muscles b. Good posture c. Poor body position while sitting, standing or sleeping d. Smoking Feedback The correct answer is: Good posture Question 3 Correct Mark 1 out of 1 Remove flag Question text Which of the following is the best definition of body composition? Select one:
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a. extra fat stored in the body b. the body's relative amounts of fat and fat-free mass c. body weight above a recommended range d. your weight in relationship to your height Feedback The correct answer is: the body's relative amounts of fat and fat-free mass Question 4 Correct Mark 1 out of 1 Flag question Question text Warning signs of Diabetes include Select one: a. Frequent urination b. Extreme thirst c. Extreme fatigue d. Slow healing of cuts and bruises e. Unexplained weight loss f. All of these are warnings signs of Diabetes. Feedback The correct answer is: All of these are warnings signs of Diabetes. Question 5 Correct Mark 1 out of 1 Remove flag Question text Guidelines for evaluating and choosing a diet book include all of the following EXCEPT Select one: a. Reject books that promote eating a single food, ie cabbage. b. Choose books that advocate a balanced approach to diet and exercise.
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c. Reject books that recommend exercising, because that will just increase your appetite.
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