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Aerobic- Cardio Respiratory Endurance Quiz


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Cardiorespiratory endurance is best described as the ability of the

A. heart and lungs to work efficiently to supply oxygen to the muscles

B. joints and bones to move through a full range of motion

C. muscles to work over a long period of time

D. body to burn calories efficiently


Intensity during a cardiorespiratory endurance workout means: 

A. how often an activity is performed

B. how hard an activity is performed

C. how long an activity is performed 

D. where an exercise is performed


How long a cardiorespiratory endurance workout session lasts is called

A. frequency

B. intensity

C. type

D. time


Felicia is 15 years old, what is the lowest her heart rate can be when she is jogging to strengthen her heart? (round your answer)

A. 131-141

B. 164-174

C. 123-133

D. 162-171


Performing low repetitions, at high intensity of anaerobic exercise improves muscular:

A. strength

B. endurance


Increasing the speed or pace swimming laps

A. frequency

B. intensity

C. time

D. type


If you are walking at a pace that causes your heart to beat less than 50% of its maximum heart rate, which FITT principle variable do you need to change to improve your cardiorespiratory endurance?

A. Frequency

B. Intensity

C. Time

D. Type


CRE stands for?

A. Compression, Rest, Elevate

B. Cardiorespiratory Endurance

C. Cardiovascular Endurance

D. Cardiorespiratory Exercise


What is another medical term for osteoporosis?

A. A Porous bones

B. Porous joints


The muscles ability to move a joint through a full range of motion is call what?

A. Cardiorespiratory Endurance

B. Flexibility

C. Muscular Strength

D. Body Composition


You can improve or maintain how well heart and lungs work by applying the FITT principle for

A. muscular endurance

B. muscular strength

C. flexibility

D. cardiorespiratory endurance


Intensity during a cardiorespiratory endurance workout means

A. how often an activity is performed

B. how hard an activity is performed

C. how long an activity is performed

D. where an exercise is performed


The result or achievement toward effort is directed is known as this.

A. Goal

B. Objective

C. Accomplishment

D. Mission


An example of Cardiorespiratory Endurance is:

A. Running the pacer

B. Running a sprint

C. Jumping Rope

D. performing 15 curl-ups


Which one of these activities represent Cardiorespiratory Endurance? 

A. Swimming

B. Using free weights

C. Push-ups

D. Stretching


S.M.A.R.T. is an acronym used as a guideline to follow when setting a goal. SMART meaning:

A. Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, Timely

B. Specific, Monthly, Attainable, Reachable, Timed

C. Simple, Monthly, Attainable, Realistic, Time sensitive


The age-adjusted formula for finding your MHR is 220 minus a person’s:

A. Age

B. Height

C. Weight

D. Body Mass Index


In order to live a healthy and active lifestyle, one should apply the FITT Principle into their weekly workout routine. FITT is an acronym that stands for:

A. Frequency, Insanity, Time and Technical

B. Fitness, Intensity, Time and Type

C. Frequency, Intensity, Time and Type

D. Fun, Intensity, Technical, Type


Which FITT Principle variable is changed when you increase the length of a run from 1 mile to 2 miles?

A. Frequency

B. Intensity

C. Time

D. Type


Resistance training is the best way to build which component of Fitness?

A. Cardiorespiratory Endurance

B. Muscular Strength and Endurance

C. Flexibility

D. Body Composition


The principle that is used for enhancing your overall health, performance and appearance 

A. FUN

B. FITT

C. SHAPE

D. FITNESS


According to the FITT Principle, how intense should your cardiorespiratory endurance exercise be?

A. 60% to 85% of the maximum heart rate or RPE of 4

B. 50% to 65% of the maximum heart rate or RPE of 3

C. 35% to 50% of the maximum heart rate or RPE of 2

D. Above 85% of the maximum heart rate or RPE of 5


To improve cardiorespiratory endurance the frequency of the workout sessions should be

A. 2 to 3 sessions per week

B. 1 to 3 sessions per week

C. 3 to 5 sessions per week

D. 3 to 4 sessions per week




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