Q. Which of the following is not a component of health-related fitness?
A. Cardiorespiratory fitness
B. Bone density
C. Muscular strength
Q. Which of the following is NOT true concerning the curl-up test?
A. The curl-up only tests the endurance of the abdominal muscles, not their strength.
B. Curl-ups are performed while lying on the floor with knees slightly bent.
C. The fingers are supposed to slide 3.5 inches along the floor during a curl-up.
D. Curl-ups are supposed to be done at a rate of about one every three second.
Q. Which of the following is not part of the step test for assessing cardiorespiratory fitness?
A. Taking your pulse
B. Performing the test for 1 hour
C. Comparing your results to a reference chart
D. Using a 12-inch step
Q. The BEST strategy for improving flexibility throughout the body is to __________.
A. Perform different stretching exercises targeting multiple areas
B. Perform the same exercise over and over until target flexibility is reached
C. Perform stretching exercises in between each strength-building exercise
D. Perform a set routine of exercises, targeting only one area of the body
Q. Different forms of exercise improve different aspects of health-related fitness. True or False?
Q. The five components of health-related fitness include __________.
Q. Which of the following is NOT a component of skill-related fitness?
B. Muscular strength
D. Reaction time
Q. How are the components of fitness interrelated?
The several aspects of fitness are interconnected because a triathlete needs to be able to retain their ability to swim far distances, run sprints, and climb hills. Each element works in concert with the others and with general fitness and health.
For instance, since swimming and biking both depend on the transport of oxygen to your muscles, your cardio endurance will decide how far you can go in each activity. Your aerobic system specifically needs healthy capillary beds, blood flow, and the effective utilization of nutrients from fats, carbs, and protein.
Q. Which of the following do performance evaluation tests not measure?
B. Reaction time
D. Sport knowledge
Q. A Component of Physical Fitness Which of the following / the components of physical ________________.
Components of physical fitness
The components of physical fitness include:
1. Cardiovascular/respiratory endurance: the heart’s and lungs’ ability to supply oxygen to the muscles.
2. Muscular strength: the capacity to exert force through muscles
3. Muscular endurance: the ability of muscles to continue working after being fatigued
4. Joints can move in their full range of motion thanks to flexibility.
5. Body composition: proportion of body fat
6. Motor abilities, including balance, agility, and speed