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Section 4 Qui7 - Section 4 Quiz Part1of3 5.0/10.0Points...

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Section 4 Quiz Part 1 of 3 -  5.0/ 10.0 Points Question 1 of 30 1.0/ 1.0 Points For a person who is of average fitness level, they should begin an exercise program at what intensity of exercise (in terms of %MHR)? A. 40 B. 50 C. 55 D. none  of the  above. Answer Key: D Question 2 of 30 0.0/ 1.0 Points Henry is 51 years old and has a resting HR of 72 beats per minute. During maximal exercise testing, the highest workload that he was able to reach required an oxygen consumption of 2.5LO2/min. At this maximal workload, he was expending _____ kcal per minute. Round to the first decimal place.
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Answer Key: C Question 3 of 30 0.0/ 1.0 Points Moderate intensity is equivalent to a _____%HRmax. Answer Key: C Question 4 of 30 0.0/ 1.0 Points Paul is 41 years old and has a resting HR of 72 beats per minute. During maximal exercise testing, the highest workload that he was able to reach required an oxygen consumption of 40mlO2/kg/min. Paul normally walks at 4 mph (when has an oxygen requirment of 25 ml/kg/min). When he walks at this speed, he is exercising at what percent of his VO2R (i.e., maximal oxygen reserve)? Round final answer to the nearest whole percent. Answer Key: B Question 5 of 30 1.0/ 1.0 Points
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For optimal improvements in cardiorespiratory fitness, people who are older, deconditioned, and/or obese, should begin exercising at what intensity? A. 40%  VO2R B. 50%  VO2R C. 60%  VO2R D. None  of the  above. Answer Key: A
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