Medical Quiz

Fitness Quiz


What is TABATA Training Protocol as coined by Dr Izumi Tabata?

A. 20 seconds of ultra-intense exercise follow by 10 seconds of rest

B. 20 seconds of intense exercise follow by 20 seconds of rest

C. 20 seconds of intense exercise follow by 10 seconds of rest

D. 20 seconds of moderate exercise follow by 10 seconds of rest

E. 20 seconds of ultra-intense exercise follow by 20 seconds of rest

The body’s proportion of fat, muscle, and bone is:
A. Muscular Strength
B. Aerobic Fitness
C. Muscular Endurance
D. Body Composition

Using your muscles many times without tiring.
A. Power
B. Muscular Strength
C. Muscular Endurance
D. Coordination

If an exercise is to easy to complete , you should …. ?

A. Increase the Set of exercises

B. Increase the Repetition of exercises

C. Increase the quality of the exercise ( movement)

D. All of the above

Your goal should be to have a _______________ plate. Fill in the missing word. 
A. Balanced 
B. Healthy 
C. Heavy 
D. Grain Filled 

What is short-lasting, high intensity activity that doesn’t use oxygen?
A. Aerobic
B. Swimming
C. Anaerobic
D. Playing basketball

You can’t function properly when you are ……………………….. of sleep.
A. deprived
B. taken
C. sufficient
D. opt

a feeling of worry because of problems in your life

A. Cancer

B. Diet

C. Stress

D. Relax

An example of endurance is:

A. sit and reach

B. 40 yard dash

C. push ups

D. pacer/mile

Advantages of fitness EXCEPT :

A. Relaxation and release stress

B. Increase risk of disease

C. Improve the sleeping habit

D. Reduce risk of disease

Yoga helps improve which component of fitness the most…
A. Flexibility
B. Speed
C. Muscle Strength
D. Agility

___________ is the ability to handle the physical demands of everyday life without becoming overly tired.





The ability to move your joints through a full range of motion.
A. Reaction Time
B. Flexibility
C. Muscular Endurance
D. Agility

____________ is planned physical activity done regularly to build or maintain one’s fitness.





What does HIIT stand for ?

A. High Intensity Interval Training

B. High Insecure Initiation Training

C. Hard Intensity Insurance Training

D. High Institution Instant Training

a sport in which people have to be very strong

A. Weightlifting

B. cycling

C. dancing

D. dancing

What type of exercise is this?
A.     Jumping Jacks
B.     Breathing
C.     Tennis
D.     Stretching

What does it mean for something to be anaerobic?
A. It requires CO2
B. It does not require CO2
C. It requires oxygen
D. It does not require oxygen

always busy and doing a lot of things

A. Active

B. Pasive

C. Bored

D. Interested

Components of wellness

A. Physical, Environment, Emotional, Personal and Intellectual

B. Environment, Emotional, Interpersonal, Physical and Intellectual

C. Environment, Interpersonal, Knowledge, Physical and Emotional

D. Interpersonal, Emotional, Physical, Experience and Intellectual

a very dangerous illness

A. Flu

B. Cancer

C. Cold

D. Studying

What component of health-related fitness does the push-up test?

A. Muscular endurance

B. Flexibility

C. Lower back strength and flexibility

D. Strength

E. Cardiorespiratory endurance

Which part of the body does the plank mainly work on ?

A. Lower Back

B. Pretty much everything – Biceps , Triceps , Abdominal , Lower Back , Leg muscles.

C. Biceps

D. Abdominal

What is the best definition below for INTENSITY?

A. The number of days you exercise each week

B. How hard you exercise

C. How long you exercise

D. The specific exercise you do during your workout

What type of stretches should we complete before taking part in physical activity?

A. Dynamic

B. Static

C. Both

D. High intensity training


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