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Benefits of Physical Activity Quiz


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What part of your body will be most benefited from exercise?

A. Your bones

B. Your muscles

C. Your heart

D. All of these


The ability to use your strength quickly.

A. Power

B. Muscular Strength

C. Muscular Endurance

D. Speed


Refers to your body’s ability to efficiently and effectively intake oxygen and deliver it to your body’s tissues by way of the heart, lungs, arteries, vessels, and veins.

A. Cardiovascular Endurance

B. Body Composition

C. Flexibility

D. Muscular Strength

E. Muscular Endurance


Which of the following is NOT a benefit of exercise

A. improved cell health

B. prevention of injuries

C. reduced risk of premature death

D. increased risk of certain diseases


The body’s ratio of fat mass to fat-free mass

A. Cardiovascular Endurance

B. Body Composition

C. Flexibility

D. Muscular Strength

E. Muscular Endurance


A particular muscle group’s ability to continuously contract against a given resistance.

A. Cardiovascular Endurance

B. Body Composition

C. Flexibility

D. Muscular Strength

E. Muscular Endurance


What is defined as, “The length of time between a stimulus and your response to that stimulus.”

A. Coordination

B. Reaction time

C. Speed

D. Power


Physical activity can help

A. make you weaker

B. make you stronger

C. make dinner

D. you get less sleep


Refers to the range of motion you have around a given joint.

A. Cardiovascular Endurance

B. Body Composition

C. Flexibility

D. Muscular Strength

E. Muscular Endurance


These are chemicals in the brain triggered by physical activity that give us a sense of well-being; they are “feel good chemicals”.

A. Sweets

B. Oxygen

C. Endorphins

D. Carbon Dioxide


Physical activity increases our

A. Mental wellness (how well we think)

B. Physical wellness (how well our bodies perform)

C. Emotional wellness (how we feel)

D. All of the above


The ability to change your body’s position quickly to control your body’s movements.

A. Agility

B. Balance

C. Coordination

D. Reaction Time


What can be defined as, “The ability to keep the body under control at high speed.”

A. Reaction Time

B. Balance

C. Coordination

D. Agility

E. Power


The ability to keep an upright position while moving or standing still.

A. Balance

B. Agility

C. Coordination

D. Reaction Time


The ability to use two or more body parts together at the same time.

A. Coordination

B. Balance

C. Reaction Time

D. Agility


Refers to the amount of force a particular muscle group can produce in one, all-out effort. In strength training terms, it’s your one-rep max.

A. Cardiovascular Endurance

B. Body Composition

C. Flexibility

D. Muscular Strength

E. Muscular Endurance




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