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EXS 482: Exam 1 Study Guide 1. Periodization is a. Preplanned, systematic variations in training specificity, intensity, and volume organized in cycles b. Neurological adaptations to continue training while the muscle tissue adapts by making various biochemical, structural, and mechanical adjustments c. A three-stage response to stress d. The degree to which a test measures what it is supposed to measure 2. This training goal requires the longest recovery time between sets a. Muscular endurance b. Muscular hypertrophy c. Muscular strength and power d. All training goals have the same recovery time between sets 3. An untrained high school athlete begins a resistance training program. After training for three weeks, her strength increases dramatically. Which of the following is the MOST influential factor responsible for this improvement? a. Increased cross-sectional area of muscle fibers b. Increased quantity of muscle fibers c. Improved ratio of muscle to fat components d. Improved neuromuscular efficiency 4. During which sport season does the linear periodized plan END with an unload week? 5. The volleyball team is transitioning from off-season to preseason training. How should the team’s resistance training frequency be altered? 6. During which stage of the General Adaptation Syndrome does the body physiologically adapt to heavier training loads 7. Which of the following BEST describes appropriate activity during the second transition period for a college soccer player? a. Low-intensity recreational exercise
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b. High-intensity aerobic exercise c. Sport-specific exercise d. High-volume plyometric exercise 8. An example of a push/pull exercise order is: 9. Which of the following volumes has the potential to increase muscular strength the MOST?
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