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Health/Fitness

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  • Q1
    What is the difference between static stretching and dynamic stretching?
    Static: Uses your range of motion to increase muscle strength. Dynamic: Stretches that involve holding a position to strengthen your muscles.
    Static: Stretches that involve holding a position to strengthen your muscles. Dynamic: Uses your range of motion to increase muscle strength.
    Static: Uses your range of motion to stretch out a muscle without holding the position afterward. Dynamic: Holding a challenging position for 30 seconds or more.
    Static: Holding a challenging position for 30 seconds or more. Dynamic: Uses your range of motion to stretch out a muscle without holding the position afterward.
    120s
  • Q2
    What is the most important thing to remember when exercising in warm weather?
    Hydrate when you feel like it.
    Participate in dynamic stretching to prepare your muscles for exercise.
    Hydrate with water regularly
    Wear loose, comfortable clothing when exercising
    120s
  • Q3
    What does S.M.A.R.T. stand for? What’s the outcome of a S.M.A.R.T. Goal?
    S: Specific M: Measurable A: Achievable R: Realistic T: Timely People are trying to reach a goal to better themselves.
    S: Smart M: Memorable A: Athletic R: Right T: Tricky People are trying to reach a goal to better themselves.
    S: Supportive M: Measurable A: Achievable R: Ready T: Timely People who are trying to get fit.
    S: Specific M: Measurable A: Achievable R: Realistic T: Timely People who are trying to reach a goal just for fun.
    120s
  • Q4
    What is Health Literacy and how does it affect your daily life?
    It is the ability to understand nutrition and make healthy food decisions.
    It Is the ability to understand drug information and make decent choices.
    It is the ability to to read and write using correct health terms so, you’re able to communicate with your doctor/peers.
    It Is the ability to understand health care information and using it to make clear and rational decisions.
    120s
  • Q5
    Martha and her friends are at a high school party and she has been offered to “take a hit”. What would be the best refusal technique for her to use to get out of the situation?
    Just say “no thanks”
    Say yes for one hit, but then stop after.
    Politely say no and make an excuse to get out of that situation
    Go to the bathroom and then come back later.
    120s
  • Q6
    George works out every other day, but he claims his workout is too easy. What should he focus on in the acronym F.I.T.T.?
    Frequency
    Time
    Intensity
    Type
    120s
  • Q7
    What body parts are part of the digestive system?
    Large intestines(digests food), lungs (breathes air), tongue, appendix, muscles(are the reason you move), fingers (things that you need on your hand), capillaries(tiny blood vessels)
    Stomach (digests food) liver(detoxifies chemicals), tongue, small intestines(grabs nutrients from food), gallbladder (stores bile), appendix.
    The stomach(digests food), esophagus (transports food), liver(detoxifies chemicals), heart(pumps blood), lungs(breathes air), intestines(digest food), and brain(thinks for you)
    Salivary glands (mouth), pharynx (connects to the esophagus), esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, and rectum
    120s
  • Q8
    What is the difference between complex and simple starches/carbohydrates?
    Simple carbohydrates are typically found in processed foods while complex are not
    Simple carbohydrates are only found inside of non-processed foods
    Complex carbohydrates have longer sugar molecules compared to simple carbohydrates
    Complex Carbohydrates are only found in processed foods.
    120s
  • Q9
    What is not a symptom of depression?
    Hopelessness
    Social Isolation
    Feeling sad for one day
    Loss of interest
    120s
  • Q10
    Bob is failing his math class, but instead of going to tutoring, he joins a soccer team and scores several goals. What kind of defense mechanism is this?
    Compensation
    Lying
    Acting out
    Denial
    120s
  • Q11
    James has been gaining weight recently and wants to know if he is overweight. What should he do?
    He should check for diseases and viruses in his system.
    He should go to his doctor and check his blood pressure.
    He should figure out his body fat percentage by doing a skinfold test and BMI.
    He should check his body fat percentage by checking his heart rate.
    120s
  • Q12
    Amoderick Johnson has been doing heroin for 5 years and now wants to get clean. What should he do?
    Talk to a pharmacist about what to do.
    Go to Tay who is going through the exact same thing.
    Go to friends that don’t do drugs and talk to them about how to get clean.
    Talk to a therapist and join a support group.
    120s
  • Q13
    Saoirse rolls her ankle while running, what should she do?
    Roll the ankle to stimulate blood flow while icing it, then compress the ankle in bandages and keep it extended.
    Rest while putting her ankle on an incline, condense it by wrapping it really tight, and elevate the ankle above her heart.
    Rest the ankle while icing it, compress with pressure and extend above the heart.
    Rest the ankle while icing it and keeping it compressed in bandages, and keeping it elevated above the heart.
    120s
  • Q14
    You and a couple of friends are going hiking and you want to prepare an emergency supply kit. With this scenario, what items should you pack?
    Bandages, pain relievers, water
    You should bring Water, Gauze, pain killers, and bandaids.
    You should bring bandaids, rubbing alcohol, water, and splints.
    you should bring Pain killers, rubbing alcohol slings and gauze.
    120s
  • Q15
    You were just diagnosed with HIV by a doctor. What effects does HIV have on the body?
    HIV takes over the white blood cells and reproduces them to spread the HIV virus
    HIV attacks the red blood cells which can increase the risk of getting more infections/diseases
    HIV attacks the white blood cells and the immune system which can increase the risk of you getting more diseases or infections
    HIV takes over the red blood cells and reproduces them to spread the HIV virus
    120s

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