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Fatigue and Overtraining

Quiz by Steve Millican

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  • Q1
    Which of the following is a fast component of recovery linked to EPOC?
    Recovery of ATP and PC stores
    Thermoregulation
    Replenish oxy-myoglobin link
    Glycogen replenishment
    30s
  • Q2
    What type of training does this EPOC graph show?
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    Marathon
    HIIT Training
    Low intensity interval training
    800m
    30s
  • Q3
    Which of these is hormones within the endocrine system can remain elevated and cause fatigue and sleep loss if overtraining?
    Oestrogen
    Human Growth Hormone
    Cortisol
    Testosterone
    30s
  • Q4
    How long after exercise can DOMS last for?
    24-48 hours
    24-64 Hours
    12-48 hours
    12-24 hours
    30s
  • Q5
    Which of the following is not a long term effect of consistently high cortisol levels?
    Catabolism of muscle
    Fatigue in training
    Increased performance in competition
    Increased risk of injury
    30s
  • Q6
    Why is stretching of connective tissues such as tendons and ligaments important during training?
    Because they are more likely to tear than muscles
    Because they have a lower blood supply and cannot repair as well as muscle.
    Because they get tight quicker
    Because they need to be more flexible than muscle.
    45s
  • Q7
    Which vitamin and mineral are most important for Bone density?
    Calcium and Vitamin C
    Sodium and Vitamin D
    Calcium and vitamin D
    Calcium and Vitamin B
    45s

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