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Default issa test help with questions - 04-29-2008, 05:32 PM

(4) the primary fuel durning endurance exercise is
a liver glycogen
b muscle glycogen
c muscle
d fatty acids
e none of the above

(13) musculoskeletal deviations can result in
a poor muscle balance
b poor flexibilty
c improper spinal alignment
d all of the above
e a and c

(14)the angle of pull is
a the act of maintaining your body's balance
b the variance of force at different points in the range of motion of an exercise
c the sequential combination of movement outlining a geometric cone
d a and b
e a and c

(24) if your goal is to improve range of motion,stretch to the point
a just short of discomfort
b of extreme discomfort
c of mild or moderate discomfort
d of slight discomfort
e none of the above

(27) if your client can successfully complete 2 or more reps in the last set in 2 consecutive workouts for any given exercise the load should be (blank) depending on your client's physical abilities

a increased by 1 - 5 percent
b increased by 2-10 percent
c increased by 5-15 percent
d increased by 10-20 percent
e none of the above

(30) the leading hypothesis for delayed onset muscle soreness are
a the connective tissue damage hypothesis
b the skeletal muscle damage hypothesis
c the spasm hypothesis
d all of the above
e none of the above
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