Circuits, Balancing Circuits and Client Testing

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  1. What are 4 possible components of a circuit?
    • 1) Aerobic Exercise
    • 2) Anaerobic Exercise
    • 3) Resistance
    • 4) Mobility / Flexibility / Rehab / Prehab
  2. What is aerobic exercise?
    Brisk physical activity that requires the heart and lungs to work harder to meet the body's increased oxygen demand. Aerobic exercise promotes the circulation of oxygen through the blood.
  3. What is anaerobic exercise?
    Any short duration exercise that is powered primarily by metabolic pathways that do not use oxygen. Such pathways produce lactic acid, resulting in metabolic acidosis (processes by which lactic acid is removed).
  4. What is resistance?
    Can be bodyweight, free weights, machines, bands etc.
  5. 4 reasons for testing clients?
    • 1) Measure progress
    • 2) Establish starting point
    • 3) Motivation
    • 4) Prove your worth - tracking
  6. List some types of testing?
    • Circumference measurements
    • Body fat
    • Weight
    • Heart rate
    • 1 rep max (1RM)
    • Run test
    • Flexibility test
    • Endurance
    • Blood pressure
    • Bleep test
    • Agility test
  7. What is an agility test?
    • Measures how fast you can change direction.
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  8. What makes a successful test? (test question)
    • 1) Consistency of method.
    • 2) Relavance
    • 3) Accuracy
    • (in that order)
  9. List the stages of an 1RM test.
    • 1) 10 min general warm-up.
    • 2) Muscle activation drills.
    • 3) 10 easy reps.
    • 4) 6 light.
    • 5) 3 moderate.
    • 6) Singles (up to 5 min breaks)

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