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Prehabilitation and Conditioning Quiz


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weight training with dumbbells and barbells

A. flexibility

B. muscular endurance

C. isokinetic exercise

D. isotonic exercise


_____ exercise uses machines that control the speed of contraction within the ROM.

A. Isometric

B. Isokinetic

C. Ballistic

D. Cardiorespiratory


Combination of contraction and relaxation of muscles

A. Strength Training

B. Ballistic Stretching

C. Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitator Stretching

D. Static Stretching


Body adapts to increased demand by training

A. Hypertrophies

B. Atrophies

C. Flexibility

D. Progressive Resistance Exercise


Six to ten strength exercises completed as a circuit

A. Isokinetic Exercise

B. Strength Training

C. Flexibility

D. Circuit Training


Fast-twitch and slow-twitch fibers atrophy at the same rate.

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


________ conditioning, AKA as aerobic or endurance training, refers to activities that put increased demand on the lungs, heart, and other body systems.

A. Reversibility

B. Isometric

C. Isokinetic

D. Ballistic

E. Cardiorespiratory


What does ROM stand for?

A. Range on Mobility

B. Rotation on Wrist

C. Range of Motion

D. Range of Maximum


Muscles adapt to nature of work performed

A. Overload

B. Specificity

C. Reversibility

D. Flexibility


In isotonic or dynamic exercise, there is no movement of the joint during muscle contraction.

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


gradual stretching of a muscle through the muscle’s entire ROM

A. static stretching

B. flexibility

C. muscular endurance

D. isokinetic exercise

E. isotonic exercise


During ______ exercises, muscles contract, but there is no motion in the affected joints.

A. Isometric

B. Isokinetic

C. Ballistic

D. Cardiorespiratory


Manual resistance training is done with a partner.

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


Programmed exercise program designed to return an athlete to fitness and competition

A. Rehabilitation

B. Prehabilitation

C. Preseason Conditioning

D. Physical Therapy


The benefit of stretching before and after a workout is to…

A. Prevent and reduce muscle soreness

B. Maintain and improve flexibility

C. Reduce the risk of injury

D. All of the above


Muscle is worked beyond its normal limits, adapts and becomes larger

A. Atrophy

B. Hypertrophy

C. Flexibility

D. Progressive Resistance Training


Which type of stretching is recommended following a general warm-up and before a workout?

A. ballistic stretching

B. dynamic stretching

C. PNF stretching

D. static stretching


A well-conditioned athlete will be able to increase the amount of air exchanged in the lungs.

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


This stretching method involves a rhythmical bouncing action.

A. Reversibility

B. Isometric

C. Isokinetic

D. Ballistic


Muscle is worked less than normal and becomes smaller

A. Hypertrophies

B. Atrophies

C. Flexibility

D. Progressive Resistance Training


Gradual stretching of a muscle through the muscle’s entire range of motion

A. Strength Training

B. Static Stretching

C. Ballistic Stretching

D. Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation Training


Muscles must be overloaded to improve strength

A. Overload

B. Specificity

C. Reversibility

D. Hypertrophies


Trying to prevent injuries before they occur, through a preventative management program

A. Rehabilitation

B. Prehabilitation

C. Preseason Conditioning

D. Physical Therapy


Range of Motion (ROM) and Flexibility benefits:

A. Good posture

B. Reduces possibility of muscle tension and soreness

C. Reduces risk of injury

D. ALL OF THE ABOVE


Seniors involved in strength training age better and stay healthier.

A. TRUE

B. FALSE




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