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Physical Fitness Quiz


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It is the ability to move and control the direction and position of the body while keeping constant, quick motion.

A. Agility

B. Coordination

C. Speed


The range of motion is achieved through slow movement stretching: most recommended type when performing a common physical activity.

A. Static Stretching

B. Dynamic Stretching


It is essential to every individual. It is an indicator which determine whether you have the ability to perform physical activities effortlessly.

A. Physical Health

B. Physical Fitness

C. Physical Wellness


It refers to your body’s ability to develop your heart and lungs together to use your body with oxygen.

A. Cardiovascular Endurance

B. Muscle Strength

C. Muscle Endurance


It is the ability to use both your speed and muscular strength.

A. Reaction Time

B. Speed

C. Power


It is the ability to use the senses or different parts of the body together in smoothly and efficiently manner.

A. Agility

B. Balance

C. Coordination


It is the ability to respond physically and mentally to what you hear, see and feel.

A. Reaction Time

B. Speed

C. Power


It is the ability to control the body when standing still or moving.

A. Agility

B. Balance

C. Speed


The range of motion is achieved through moving limbs to its limits in a suspended manner; not recommended for common physical activities due to risk of injury.

A. Static Stretching

B. Dynamic Stretching


It refers to the extent of fat against the extent of lean muscle mass, organs and bones.

A. Body Composition

B. Muscle Endurance

C. Flexibility


It is the ability to move your body or parts of your body quickly. The objective of the player is to gain advantage over his opponent.

A. Reaction Time

B. Speed

C. Power


The following is the Components of Physical Fitness, EXCEPT?

A. Cardiovascular Endurance

B. Muscle Strength

C. Agility


It refers to the muscles ability to continuously perform weight lifting without the feeling of exhaustion.

A. Cardiovascular Endurance

B. Muscle Strength

C. Muscle Endurance


It refers to a static stretching regimen that improves joint range of motion and stretch muscles and tendons.

A. Body Composition

B. Muscle Endurance

C. Flexibility


It refers to the amount of force that a muscle can exert in a single contraction.

A. Cardiovascular Endurance

B. Muscle Strength

C. Muscle Endurance




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