5. The easiest and most reliable method for test-ing limit strength is: a. 225 for max reps on the bench pressb. Maximum number of pull-upsc. One-repetition maxes in each exercised. DEXA scan 6. How are athletes’ strength levels across weight classes compared in powerlifting? s 7. A bodybuilder with 17.5-inch arms might ap-pear to have bigger arms than would a body-builder with 19-inch arms if the first athlete’s biceps has a better shape when he hits a front dumbbell bicep pose. Quiz Five : Unit 8 – Unit 9 Unit 8 1. The benefits of testing include the following except: 2. Test validity means: a. The test measures what it is supposed to measureb. It’s func. It requires no supervisiond. It is approved by all major sporting bodies 3. Objectivity of the test means: a. The same athlete performing the same test will receive similar results with different test administratorsb. The athlete is prepared for the testc. Test administrators put safety firstd. Standard procedures were not followed 4. The most accurate body composition assess-ment from the following list is:
Bodybuilding Course Quizzes bbs_cq_17-0901 11 5. A macrocycle can be thought of as which of the following? 6. Which of the following is an example of a mesocyle? 7. What is not a good way to increase training intensity? a. Increase training volumeb. Increase training poundagesc. Decrease rest periodsd. Lower training volume while increasing the length of training sessions Unit 9 1. What type of periodization starts with high intensity and low volume and progresses to higher volume and lower intensity? 2. What type of periodization could be called “Focused Training”?
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