A 27 year old female client who weighs 130 lb claims to be able to lift 85 lb

A 27 year old female client who weighs 130 lb claims

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156. A 27-year-old female client, who weighs 130 lb, claims to be able to lift 85 lb for 10 repetitions on the bench but only completes 6 repetitions. Given this information, what is her estimated 1 RM (1 repetition maximum)? A. 72 lb B. 100 lb C. 113 lb D. 85 lb E. none of these 157. A 27-year-old female client, who weighs 130 lb, claims to be able to lift 85 lb for 10 repetitions on the bench but only completes 6 repetitions. Using the correct response for your client's 1 repetition max for bench press (from the previous question), what would her perceived rating be with regards to bench press strength? 158. A 25-year-old male who weighs 180 lb claims to lift 320 lb for 10 repetitions for the seated leg press but only completes 8 repetitions. Given this information, what is his estimated 1 RM (1 repetition maximum)? 159. A 25-year-old male who weighs 180 lb claims to lift 320 lb for 10 repetitions for the seated leg press, but only completes 8 repetitions. Using the correct response from the previous question for your client's 1 repetition maximum for seated leg press, what would his perceived rating be with regards to the value for the seated leg press? 160. Imagine that you are working with a 45-year-old female client who has a resting heart rate of 75 beats per minute. Using the Karvonen formula, calculate her target heart rate using exercise intensity of 60%. A. 135 B. 145 C. 175
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D. 105 E. none of these
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