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5 Principles

Quiz by Geoff Burns

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  • Q1
    From previous topic if I was trying to develop muscular strength using weights how many would my RM be?
    30-60
    6-12
    13-25
    1-5
    30s
  • Q2
    To develop physical well being so we can maintain out body systems in working order, what sort of activities could you do if you do not have time to do so?
    Build exercise into your everyday life, do a range of exercises after getting out of bed, while watching TV, or before going to bed
    visit a nutritionist, give up smoking and cut down on drinking.
    play darts
    go for a three mile run at least three times a week, go swimming and cycling too.
    30s
  • Q3
    For principles for developing peak physical fitness what does the acronym S.P.O.R.T. stand for?
    Specific, Principle, Overload, Repetition,
    Specific, Progressive overload, Overload, Rest/recovery, Time
    Strength Progressive overload, Overload, Rest/recovery, Tedium
    Specific, Progressive overload, Overload, Rest/recovery, Tedium (variety)
    30s
  • Q4
    What is specificity?
    the maximum number of times you can lift a particular weight
    Choosing a type of exercise that is related to the sport you do.
    A new type of toothpaste
    being able to twist turn and bend easily
    30s
  • Q5
    Overload is "To develop physical fitness in any component we must work the body systems harder than they are being worked at present" How would you best describe how to do this?
    train at least there times a week
    exercise at least three times a week
    Doing more exercise than what the muscles are used to.
    go for a long walk with you dog regularly
    30s
  • Q6
    What is tedium in this context?
    How long you exercise for
    to benefit form a hard workout you need time to allow your muscles to recover and repair.
    Doing a variety of different exercising so we do not get bored physically and mentally
    Listening to Mr Burns lessons
    30s
  • Q7
    What is reversibility?
    the longer you exercise the stronger you will get
    muscles will lose any gains unless we continue to use them
    How often you exercise
    the type of exercise you do
    30s
  • Q8
    There are four phases of training - foundation, developing, sharpening and peaking. In which phase do you taper off?
    developing
    sharpening
    foundation
    peaking
    30s
  • Q9
    If I was training a 25 year old who has done no exercise for 5 years and is single and has become overweight, he travels to work by bus 3 miles away which would be the components of fitness I would be working on? He likes swimmmig and outdoors and his work has a gym and pool.
    aerobic energy production, muscular speed and flexibility
    aerobic energy production, muscular endurance and flexibility
    anaerobic energy production, muscular endurance and flexibility
    aerobic energy production, muscular power and flexibility
    30s
  • Q10
    For the same person what would you suggest he do as first week of his training?
    walking day one, rest day two, swimming day three, rest day four, swimming day five, rest day six, cycling day seven
    running day one, cycling day two, running day three, running day four, swimming day five, cycling day six, running day seven
    swimming day one, rest day two, swimming day three, walking day four, swimming day five, walking day six, cycling day seven
    swimming day one, rest day two, swimming day three, rest day four, swimming day five, rest day six, swimming day seven
    30s

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