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Your friend wants your advice about his new transformation fitness plan. He has found a plan that sounds promising to him, but he wants to know what you think before he gets started. The plan is backed by several celebrities. It requires people to buy expensive, pre-packaged, microwavable food and supplements and some workout equipment. Their website promises people can lose up to 30 pounds with minimal exercise. What should you tell your friend? A.This is a good plan, but he should find a coupon online to reduce the cost. B. There is not enough information to determine whether this plan is good or not. C.This is not a good plan because the best bet is always healthy eating and regular exercise. D.This is not a good plan unless he is going to add a 100% fruit juice with his breakfast.
C.) This is not a good plan because the best bet is always healthy eating and regular exercise.
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Which of the following statements about physiological age and chronological age is TRUE? A. Physiological age and chronological age are always the same. B. Physiological age can be lower than, the same as, or higher than chronological age. C. Physiological age can be lower than chronological age, but never higher. D. Physiological age cannot be altered, but chronological age can change based on lifestyle choices.
The answer is b. i just took the topic test on e2020
Why is the standing quadriceps stretch a better stretching exercise than the sitting quadriceps stretch? A. It stretches the quadriceps muscle further. B. It can also be performed while lying down. C. It exerts less force on the knees. D. It causes sideways torque on the knees.
Harry has always been a vital and active individual, but recently he has begun having difficulty remembering newly learned information after brief periods of time. what disorder are his symptoms indicative of?
Naima washes her hands about 50 times a day because she is afraid of the germs that seem to be everywhere. rana washes her hands about 50 times a day because she is a nurse practitioner and she knows that it is an important part of her job. why is naima's hand washing considered part of a psychological disorder, while rana's is not?
All of these things classify Naima's behavior as apsychological disorder
One of the best ways to avoid injury while biking is to A. bike only during the morning hours. B. make sure that the positions of the bike seat and handles are appropriate for your height. C. pedal as quickly as possible when attempting to go uphill. D. continuously switch gears so that you don't add stress to your muscles.
The answer is B. Make sure that the positions of the bike seat and handles are appropriate for your height.
When two or more medicines are taken at the same time, they can work together in one of three ways: additive, synergistic, or antagonistic interaction. What is synergistic interaction? A.) when two medicines work together in a positive way without causing any harm B.) when the effect of one medicine is reduced or cancelled by another one C.) when one medicine boosts the effect of the other one
Synergistic interaction occurs when one medicine boosts the effect of the other one. It is an interaction between two or more drugs that causes the total effect of the drugs to be greater than the sum of the individual effects of each drug. The end effect can be beneficial or harmful. Correct answer: C
Fred is working in the garage and needs to power an extra light to work on a project that requires him to use many sharp tools. The only outlet that is not in use is above a work counter and some cabinets. Which of the following is the safest choice for Fred? A. unplugging the refrigerator that is using an outlet nearby, plugging in a power strip, and plugging the refrigerator and the light into the power strip B. using a strong ladder to reach the available outlet and plugging the cord straight into the wall, stretching it to where he needs it to be C. using the regular garage lighting without going through the effort to provide ample lighting D. using a strong ladder to reach the available outlet and plugging in an extension cord rated to power the light; then plugging the light into the extension cord, clearing all cords from walkways and work areas
WILL UPVOTE! Question 9 (Multiple Choice) Which of the following is an example of moving properly through range of motion? A) Locking your joint in a full extension B) Extending the joint to challenge your muscle C) Partially moving the joint without full muscle movement D) Fully moving the muscles without locking your joint
WILL UPVOTE! Question 9 (Multiple Choice) Darius is planning his afternoon run, but it is pretty warm outside. Which of the following is a good tip to avoid heat-related illness? A) Stay in the sun B) Drink less water C) Drink extra water D) Wear heavy clothes
WILL UPVOTE! Question 8 (Multiple Choice) Shane's target heart rate zone is 130-168. During a race, he checks his wrist monitor, which indicates that his heart rate is currently 142. Which of the following will help him get the most productive workout, based on the information he has gathered? A) Take a water break and reduce his heart rate B) Decrease to a jog and then run again C) Keep running at the same speed and intensity D) Walk one minute, then begin running at the current pace
WILL UPVOTE! Question 8 (Multiple Choice) Rob just got a new idea for the movie he's making, and he wants to put in late hours to get it done. Which of the following statements shows how Rob's friends could be a positive influence? A) "Why don't you quit making movies if they force you to stay up so late each night?" B) "If you work through the night for two days in a row, you can get the whole thing done." C) "We should get some pizzas and stay up the entire weekend working on it together." D) "Why don't you work a little bit each day instead so you don't end up losing sleep?"
WILL UPVOTE! Question 7 (Multiple Choice) Which process helps prevent damage and soreness in future repeated exercises? A) Protein synthesis B) Anaerobic respiration C) Maximum oxygen uptake D) Cellular respiration
WILL UPVOTE! Question 6 (Multiple Choice) Lately, you have been working on improving your skills. You are quite fast and respond quickly to things that happen around you. However, you have some trouble moving around between objects comfortably. Which of the following skills should you improve? A) Speed B) Reaction C) Agility D) Power
WILL UPVOTE! Question 6 (Multiple Choice) Cesar has weak rotator cuff muscles, and a physical therapist recommended a set of exercises that will help strengthen them. What principle is at work in this situation? A) Specificity B) Progression C) Overload D) Reversibility
WILL UPVOTE! Question 5 (Multiple Choice) Which of the following activities will most likely help Anthony manage his stress level? A) Watching television B) Spending more time studying C) Participating in sports D) Consuming fewer calories
the answer is participating in sports.
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WILL UPVOTE! Question 5 (Multiple Choice) To warm up before a run, Lucas walks for five minutes. Which of these accurately evaluates his choice of warm-up activity? A) This activity is appropriate because it prepares muscles for more intense movement. B) This activity is not appropriate because the muscles stretched are not warm yet. C) This activity is appropriate because it makes the leg muscles more flexible. D) This activity is not appropriate because it stretches muscles not used in the exercise.
Simply walking is not enough to properly warm up the quadriceps, hamstrings, calves and hipflexors.
He needs to do traditional warm-up exercises such as high knees. He also needs to do a brief stretch of his hamstrings, quads, and calves for at least 30 seconds each to prevent injury.
WILL UPVOTE! Question 5 (Multiple Choice) To meet unrealistic portrayals of ideal muscle size and strength, people may resort to steroid use. Which of these is not a risk associated with steroid use? A) Liver abnormalities B) Low energy C) Tendinitis D) Tumors
WILL UPVOTE! Question 5 (Multiple Choice) Bethany walks on the treadmill at least four times per week to maintain her cardiovascular health. Lately, she has been finding excuses not to exercise and is starting to miss one or two sessions each week. How can she apply the SPORT principles to get her workouts back on track? A) She can focus on progression by walking slower for fewer minutes on the treadmill. B) She can take a break from walking for a few weeks in order to prevent reversibility. C) She can start to lift weights while walking on the treadmill to increase specificity. D) She can explore other types of physical activity to combat the tedium of her workout.
WILL UPVOTE! Question 4 (Multiple Choice) Julie's trainer suggested she already does enough exercise to bring oxygen to her body. She is supposed to focus on other types of exercise without oxygen. Which kind of exercise is this? A) Aerobic B) Anaerobic C) High intensity D) Low intensity
Oxygen is not present during an Anaerobic exercise.
WILL UPVOTE! Question 3 (Multiple Choice) Your friend has learned recipes for several sugary pies and cakes and wants you to be the "tester" for each one. What type of peer pressure is this? A) Healthy B) Increased C) Positive D) Negative