CFT Quiz 8 - Strength
Q: A pronated grip would be palms up.
Q: What is/are the major factor that effects strength?
All of the above
Q: The angle of Q represent
CFT Quiz 18 - The Basics of Sound
Q: Fiber is only contained in plants.
Q: Restriction in protein intake will result in.
Muscle build up
A and C
CFT Quiz 19 - Estimating Caloric Needs
Q: A calorie is the quantity of heat required to raise the temperature of 1 gram of
water 1 degree Celsius.
Q: BMR is the number of calories you would burn over 24 hours while lying d
CFT Quiz 32 - Exercise and Sports
Medicine in the Trenches
Q: Sports medicine is concerned with the diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation and
prevention of athletic injuries as well as dealing with the enhancement of athletic
CFT Quiz 12 - Program Development
Q: As future ISSA professionals we must seek first to understand our clients before
we make recommendations.
Q: The ISSA drawing-in phase is a process that.
Ensures a high level of client
CFT Quiz 11 - Body Composition
Q: Endomorphs are slim body types.
Q: Body composition testing is the determination of.
The determination of fat compartments of the human body
The determination of lean co
CFT Quiz 5 - Biomechanical Concepts
Q: Newtons' second law of motion deals with force and its relationship to mass and
Q: Biomechanics is the study of.
How our body functions
CFT Quiz 33 - Basic First Aid
Q: CPR stands for cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
Q: Heating pads or hot showers are best when followed with _.
None of the above
CFT Quiz 23 - Exercise and Older
Q: The past surgeon general has estimated that close to what percent of our most
dreaded diseases could be prevented with lifestyle changes such as diet and exercise?
None of the above
CFT Quiz 21 - Fad Diets and Nutrition
Q: The main fuel for the brain and central nervous system is glucose.
Q: Ketosis is an abnormal condition in the body as a result of the partial burning of
CFT Quiz 17 - Weighing the Truth on
Exercise and Nutrition
Q: Aerobic exercise is the only exercise you need to effectively control your weight.
Q: Which principle states that motor units are recruited in order according t
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Assess individual fitness for activity
People credited with this unit standard are able to: prepare for client fitness
assessment; prepare client for fitness assessment; carry out assessments of
Perform body composition assessments on at least three individuals. Record all measurements and use them
to calculate the body fat in pounds, as a percentage of total body weight and the lean body mass. Discuss the
method that you used and what possible d
Calculate the amount of power required for you to perform the following exercises: squat, dead lift, pushpress and biceps curl.
To be able to perform the calculations of how much power each of the following exercises takes (Squat,
Deadlift, Push-Press and
Explain the different physiological responses the body has to aerobic training vs anaerobic training.
What adaptations must the body undergo if either of the training protocols are performed exclusively
for over a year?
Before giving an answer to the ques