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Unformatted text preview: EXS 482: Exam 2 Study Guide 1. The validity that the athlete believes the test measures what you say it measures is ___ validity a. construct b. face c. content d. criterion-referenced 2. The LONGEST distance used to measure speed is: a. 100m b. 200m c. 400m d. 800m 3. Which of the following is NOT part of preparing athletes for testing? a. Announce the date, time and purpose of the test battery in advance b. Demonstrate proper test performance c. Organize a pretest warmup d. Allow 2-3 minutes between test batteries 4. Which of the following test sequences will produce the MOST reliable results? i. T-test ii. 1RM Incline Bench Press iii. 1RM Power Clean iv. 1-minute sit-up test a. Iii, I, iv, ii b. I, iii, ii, iv c. Iv, ii, I, iii d. Ii, iii, I, iv 5. Which of the following is NOT a non-fatiguing test? a. Skinfold measurements b. Vertical jump c. Push ups d. Sit and reach 6. The AMDR for carbohydrate is ___ to ___ % of total calories: a. 10 to 25 b. 20 to 35 c. 35 to 50 d. 45 to 65 7. Choose My Plate recommends filling half your plate with a. Meat b. Fruits and Vegetables c. Legumes d. Dairy 8. A junior college female college basketball forward is administered a battery of tests to determine her training status. Based upon the results below, her training program should be designed to emphasize improvement in which of the following areas? Height: 69” Weight: 150 lbs 1RM Bench Press: 100 pounds 1RM Squat: 215 lbs Percent bodyfat: 20 Vertical jump: 19” Which of the following needs improvement the MOST? a. Upper body strength b. Anaerobic power c. Body composition d. Lower body strength 9. Which of the following tests should be completed prior to the Standing Broad Jump test? a. 40-yd sprint b. Line drill c. 300-yard shuttle d. Vertical jump 10. Which of the following tests assesses the low-speed strength of an experienced, well-trained collegiate rower? a. 1RM back squat b. Wingate test c. Margaria-Kalamen test d. 1RM power clean 11. A 23-year-old Division 1 college baseball player achieved the following testing results: 1RM Bench Press: 245 pounds 1RM Back Squat: 275 pounds Sit and Reach: 20 inches 1.5 mile run: 10 minutes, 16 seconds When designing his training program, the strength and conditioning professional should focus on improving a. Upper body strength b. Lower body strength c. Hip and low back flexibility d. Aerobic endurance 12. When measuring maximal strength of an American lineman, which of the following could potentially adversely affect the test-retest reliability of the results? i. Using multiple testers ii. Retesting at a different time of day iii. An athlete’s inexperience with the tested exercise iv. Using an established testing protocol a. I and iii only b. Ii and iv only c. I, ii, and iii only d. Ii, iii, and iv only 13. You measure an athlete’s one repetition maximum (1-RM) to be 180 kilograms. When you compare to normative data for Division II football linemen, you find the data is expressed in pounds. The 1-RM equals: a. 82 lbs. b. 216 lbs. c. 396 lbs 14. Which of the following tests should be administered FIRST in a sequence of tests for a javelin thrower? a. 1RM squat b. Vertical jump c. 20-yard sprint d. 300-yard shuttle sprint 15. A basic formula to calculate hydration needs in ounces is: a. Bodyweight x 10 b. 0.5 x Bodyweight c. 46 ounces for everybody 16. All of the following tests are used to measure maximum muscular power except a. Standing broad jump b. Vertical jump c. 40-yd dash d. 1RM power clean 17. Why do we test? i. Assess physiological capabilities and areas in need of improvement ii. Testing is part of the Needs Analysis a. b. c. d. iii. To provide means to punish athletes who do not perform well iv. To use the results to design more challenging tests I and ii Iii and iv I and iii Ii and iv 18. Which of the following would render a flexibility test invalid? a. Always using the same testing apparatus b. General and dynamic warmup prior to the test c. Ballistic stretching prior to the test d. Recording the best of three trials 19. Which of the following is a reason for a trial of the T-test to be disqualified? Cone C------------------------Cone B------------------------Cone D ǀ ǀ ǀ ǀ ǀ ǀ Cone A a. b. c. d. Touching the base of cone D Shuffling from cone C to cone D Crossing the feet from cone B to cone C Running forward from cone A to cone B 20. What term describes the repeatability/consistency of a test? a. Validity b. Reliability c. Interrater variability 21. Agility is a. The time taken to cover a fixed distance b. The ability of certain muscle groups to perform repeated contractions against a submaximal resistance c. The ability to stop, start, and change direction in a controlled manner, with a cognitive stimulus d. Range of motion about a body joint 22. Which of the following tests are the MOST sport-specific to preseason women’s collegiate field hockey? i. T-Test ii. 40-yard sprint iii. 1.5 mile run iv. 12 minute run a. b. c. d. I and ii only I and iv only Ii and iii only Iii and iv only 23. A professional defensive tackle (American football) had the following testing results two months before the competitive season: Body weight: 302 pounds Vertical jump: 28 inches 1RM Bench Press: 405 pounds 1RM Back Squat: 530 pounds 40-yard sprint: 5.9 seconds Which of the following areas should this athlete focus to improve his performance? a. Muscular power b. Upper body strength c. Lower body strength d. Sprint speed 24. Anaerobic capacity testing is quantified as the maximal power output achieved during activity lasting a. Less than 10 seconds b. 30-90 seconds c. 2-3 minutes d. Longer than 5 minutes 25. The Rule of Thirds applies to: a. Water b. Protein c. Fats d. Carbohydrates 26. Ideally, an athlete’s 1-RM will be measured within __ to __ testing sets a. 1-2 b. 3-5 c. 4-8 d. 6-8 27. The number of personnel required for the 300 yard shuttle test is a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 4 28. During the jump while performing the vertical jump test a. The dominant arm reaches upward, while the nondominant arm moves perpendicular to the side b. The nondominant arm reaches upward, while the dominant arm moves perpendicular to the side c. The dominant arm reaches upward, while the nondominant arm moves downward relative to the body d. The nondominant arm reaches upward, while the dominant arm moves downward relative to the body 29. During the Pro-Agility test, on the auditory signal, the athlete a. Shuffles 5 yards to the lef b. Cariocas 5 yards to the right c. Back-pedals 5 yards to the right d. Sprints 5 yards to the lef 30. Macronutrient requirements for a resistance-trained athlete are: a. Same as for the general population b. 5-7 g CHO, 1.4-1.7 g PRO, no recommendation for FAT c. 5-7 g PRO, no recommendation for CHO or FAT d. 1.4-1.7 g CHO, 5-7 g FAT, no recommendation for PRO 31. When conducting 1RM tests a. Allow 10 minutes between successful lifs b. Add 10-20 pounds afer each successful attempt for upper body tests c. Ideally, measure the 1RM in the first testing set d. Allow the athlete to determine weights and rest periods for his/her own test 32. The recommended ratio of omega 6 to omega 3 is: a. 25 to 1 b. 12 to 1 c. 4 to 1 d. There is no recommended ratio 33. The correct sequence of testing is a. Nonfatiguing, aerobic capacity, sprint, agility, maximum power and strength, local muscular endurance, fatiguing anaerobic capacity b. Aerobic capacity, agility, sprint, nonfatiguing, maximum power and strength, local muscular endurance, fatiguing anaerobic capacity c. Nonfatiguing, agility, maximum power and strength, sprint, local muscular endurance, fatiguing anaerobic capacity, aerobic capacity d. Aerobic capacity, local muscular endurance, nonfatiguing, sprint, agility, fatiguing anaerobic capacity, maximum power and strength 34. A 6’2” (188-cm), 180-lb (82-kg) college football player wants to gain muscle mass. His current caloric intake is: – 20% protein (1.4g/kg) – 50% carbohydrate (4.1g/kg) – 30% fat (.9g/kg) Which of the following should be his first nutritional priority? A. Increase protein B. Increase carbohydrate C. Increase kcals 35. An 18-year-old male baseball player has an RMR of 2,200 calories. He expends 700 calories per day through exercise and ingests the following: Average daily protein intake: 125 g Average daily carbohydrate intake: 425 g Average daily fat intake: 40 g How many total calories does he consume each day? a. 590 b. 840 c. 2560 d. 2960 36. A “healthy snack” can BEST be described as having which of the following attributes? a. Proper macronutrient distribution for your fitness and nutrition goals b. Very carb-centric c. Does not contain fat or fiber d. Reduced calories 37. A rule of thumb for the farmer’s walk exercise is to be able to carry: a. Your bodyweight in each hand b. Half your bodyweight in each hand c. Half your deadlif max in each hand d. Your deadlif max in each hand 38. Which of the following is a criticism of Choose My Plate”? a. How big is the plate? b. Not enough fat c. Where is water? d. A and c only 39. Which of the following are always considered “bad fats”? a. Trans fats b. Monounsaturated fats c. Polyunsaturated fats d. Saturated fats 40. What is a field test? a. Procedure for assessing ability in a particular endeavor b. A test used to assess ability that is performed away from the laboratory and does not require extensive training or expensive equipment c. The process of collecting test data d. Checking that field conditions are suitable for athletic testing 41. Which of the following proteins has an amino acid profile MOST similar to the body’s needs? A. Soy B. Milk C. Egg D. Hemp 42. Important considerations for the 12-minute run field test for aerobic capacity include i. The track or course is measured and marked at 100m intervals ii. There is one tester for each athlete being tested iii. The track/course is flat with a good running surface iv. When the athlete stops running, even if 12 minutes has not elapsed, the test is stopped for that athlete a. I and iii only b. Ii and iv only c. I, ii, and iii only d. Ii, iii, and iv only 43. The 300-yard shuttle test requires the athlete to? a. Sprint 100 yards for one lap (down and back 1 time) plus one length b. Shuffle to the lef 50 yards for 3 laps (down and back three times) c. Sprint 150 yards 1 lap (down and back 1 time) d. Sprint 25 yards 6 laps (down and back 6 times) 44. One scorer for a group testing allowed a partial last repetition to count toward an athlete's total score on the pull-up test, while another scorer did not count that repetition. This difference between scorers is related to which of the following? a. intrasubject variability b. intrarater variability c. interrater reliability d. intersubject reliability 45. Prediction equations to estimate an athlete’s 1RM are more accurate with a. Lighter loads b. Heavier loads c. Athletes with no prior lifing experience d. Equations based on loads 12-15 RM 46. Which of the following tests should most preferably be administered on a separate day? a. Body weight measurement b. 400-meter run c. Skinfold measurements d. 12 minute run/walk 47. Which of the following has the GREATEST influence on an athlete’s dietary carbohydrate requirement? A. Body size and body fat percentage B. Type, duration, and frequency of exercise C. Resting blood sugar levels 48. Fatiguing anaerobic capacity is quantified as the maximal power output achieved during activity lasting a. Less than 10 seconds b. 30-90 seconds c. 2-3 minutes d. Longer than 5 minutes 49. The standing broad jump is measured: a. From the starting line to the limb closest to the starting line b. From the starting line to the limb farthest from the starting line c. By the tangent to the 450 angle of the leap divided by the shoe size d. By dividing the distance jumped by the height of the jumper 50. When selecting tests for athletes, the strength and conditioning professional must consider i. Sport specificity ii. Athlete experience iii. Age and gender iv. Environmental factors a. I and iii only b. Ii and iv only c. I, ii, and iii only d. I, ii, iii, and iv END OF TEST ...
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