Nesta review lesson 12.txt

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  1. Define special population?
    People with chronic situation; in need of accommodations in their workout; and individual with condition that requires close monitoring by a doctor.
  2. As we age, changes occur in the body. Which of the following is not one of them?

    Body fat decreases
    Balance and stability decreases
    Resting heart rate increases
    Strength decreases
    Body fat decreases
  3. For a client with a cardiovascular condition, what is it important to do?
    Obtain proper medical clearance from the clients doctor
  4. What is the best form of resistance to use with an older adult or child?
    Body weight
  5. What modification is not recommended when training an older adult?
    Resistance activities that load through the joints.
  6. Why more children are obese today?
    Sedentary lifestyle
  7. What is one of the major concerns with children and resistance training?
    Undue stress and the joints and growth plates
  8. A heart attack is due to death of cardiac muscle caused by lack of blood supply.

    T or f
    T
  9. Which of the following is not a coronary heart disease risk factor that can be changed?
    Sedentary life
    Obesity
    Hb pressure
    Heredity
    Heredity
  10. Which of the following is a coronary heart disease risk factor that can be changed?
    Type II diabetes
    Age
    Gender
    Heredity
    Type II diabetes
  11. High blood pressure is better known as...
    Hypertension
  12. HDL or high density lipoproteins are considered bad or good?
    LDL or low density lipoproteins are considered bad or good?
    • Good
    • Bad
  13. Symptoms for diuretics are...
    Beta blockers...
    Ace inhibitors...
    Calcium channel blockers..
    • Increased urination, dehydration, impotence
    • Decreased HR, increase of asthmatic conditions and blood sugar levels
    • Rash dry, dry cough, allergic reaction
    • Decreased HR, dizziness, constipation
  14. Which of the following blood pressure readings indicates hypertension or a risk for hypertension?
    120/80
    140/90
    100/70
    135/75
    140/90
  15. What is the Fat % for male to be considered obese? For female?
    • 25 for male
    • 32 for female
  16. Which of the following is not an increased risk individuals can face when obese?
    Increased risk of diabetes and heart disease
    Hormone deficiencies
    Excessive strain on joint and muscles
    Decrease muscular imbalances
    Decrease muscular imbalances
  17. What (disease) conditioned characterized by a constriction of the bronchial passages requires close monitoring of the heart rate to ensure the client is staying within the "recovery zone" when performing aerobic exercise?
    Asthma

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