T F 1 The most effective warm up for injury prevention during weight training

T f 1 the most effective warm up for injury

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T F 1.The most effective warm up for injury prevention during weight training is Several light sets of 8-10 repetitions. TF 2.Using about 50% of your 1RM on your warm up set improves blood flowto the target muscles. 3.Warm up sets are very important when performing high intensity lifting and should also be included as part of your total set work. 4.A successful cool down should include 10 minutes of light cardio to clearwaste products from fatigued muscles. 5.To maximize the effectiveness of flexibility training andreduce the chance of injury, stretching should be performedbefore weight training. TF 6.Static stretching involves slowly stretching a muscle to its full range and holding that position for approximately 30 seconds. 7.Using momentum to lift a weight helps increase the intensity of the exercise and better target a specific muscle. 8.Using partial range of motion during a lift is often a sign ofa load that is too heavy for the exerciser. 9.Keeping your head erect and facing forward during lifting helps protect your neck and back from injury. TF 10.Arching the back is a common technique used to activatethe muscles of the lower back and protect your lowerspine from injury. JM150 6/08 5
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MULTIPLE CHOICE Circle the letter of the most correct answer 11.During lifting, a good spotter can 12.The term DOMS refers to 13.Muscle soreness will often
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  • Spring '19
  • Physical exercise, Weight training, Weight training exercises

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