PE Cumulative CBA updated
  • 1. Dynamic Stretching is:
A) Using weight to stretch
B) Bouncing to stretch
C) Performed in Motion
D) Holding a stretch
  • 2. Select the BEST response. How can cardiorespiratory endurance help body composition.
A) Cardiorespiratory endurance activities are fast and hard and get you in the best overall shape
B) Cardiorespiratory endurance activities burn more calories faster than other activities, like yoga and stretching
C) Cardiorespiratory endurance is when you exercise for a long period of time without stopping
D) Cardiorespiratory endurance activities improve flexibility which is best for body composition
  • 3. How can muscular strength and endurance help body composition:
A) Muscular strength and endurance activities improve your fat cells and make your body composition better
B) Muscular strength and endurance exercises get you stronger and make you look good
C) Muscular strength and endurance activities build muscles and muscles burn fat
D) Muscular strength and endurance exercises get you all toned up and in shape
  • 4. Bone density can be increased by eating foods that are rich in
A) Iron
B) Zinc
C) Potasssium
D) Calcium
  • 5. The ability to push or pull can be improved or maintained by applying the FITT principle for:
A) Body composition
B) Muscular strength
C) Flexibility
D) Cardiorespiratory endurance
  • 6. Which of the following activities requires the lowest level of intensity?
A) Playing a computer game
B) Playing 5 on 5 basketball
C) Walking in the park
D) Kick boxing
  • 7. Matthew's goal is to improve the muscular endurance in his legs. Which of the following exercises will help him gain muscular endurance in his legs?
A) Performing the toe touch stretch for 15 seconds or more
B) Multiple sets of 12 or more squats
C) Using heavy resistance on the Leg Press
D) 3 sets of 10 leg lifts
  • 8. In order to produce energy, oxygen must be delivered to the muscles using the:
A) Anaerobic system
B) Arterial system
C) Muscular system
D) Aerobic system
  • 9. The required daily allowances on a food label are based on
A) 1,000 calories
B) 2,000 calories
C) 1,500 calories
D) 2,500 calories
  • 10. The cardiovascular and respiratory systems work together. The main function of the Cardiovascular system is:
A) The heart pumps blood through the arteries enriched with oxygen throughout the body and circulates back to the heart
B) Provides blood to our lungs and oxygen, then gets dispersed back through lungs
C) The lungs supply blood with oxygen to the arteries to give us more energy
D) Provides oxygen from the heart and lungs and travels only to central organs in the body to sustain life
  • 11. The function of the Respiratory system:
A) Allows heart to take in blood and oxygen and give to most parts of the body
B) Allows the heart and lungs to take in oxygen and give it to the liver
C) Allows lungs to take in oxygen and breathe out carbon dioxide while also giving oxygen to the blood
D) Allows lungs to take in carbon dioxide and breathe out oxygen while also giving oxygen to the blood
  • 12. What is the recommended frequency of flexibility training per week?
A) One day per week
B) 3 times per week
C) 3 times each day
D) One time per day
  • 13. Most people between ages 12 and 14 need between ___ and ___ hours of sleep each night.
A) 7.25 and 8
B) 6 and 8
C) 8.5 and 9.25
D) 7.5 and 8.25
  • 14. Body Composition is affected by two factors: the number of calories eaten (energy in) and the amount of activity performed and calories burned (energy out). Body composition is maintained by:
A) Have a balance of energy in and energy out
B) Spending less energy in than out
C) Taking more energy in than out
D) None of the answers given are correct
  • 15. Nathan wants to know the amount of each macronutrient in his yogurt. He also wants to know how many calories the yogurt contains. What is a reliable and fast source to get this information?
A) Diet websites
B) Nutrition label
C) A friend
D) A doctor
  • 16. A nutrition label contains the following information EXCEPT the
A) Number of servings
B) Amount of calories
C) Grams of fat per serving
D) Number of food groups
  • 17. What exercise best works your quadriceps and gluteals
A) Lunges
B) Cross Jacks
C) Mountain Climbers
D) AB Twists
  • 18. Jerry and Nam are jogging the same speed. Jerry's heart rate is 195, Nam's is 120. All statements could be correct EXCEPT:
A) Nam's heart is able to pump more blood with each beat
B) Jerry would most likely be the first to need a break
C) Nam and Jerry are both in the same intensity level
D) Jerry's cardiorespiratory endurance is not as strong as Nam's
  • 19. Which is the best activity for improving flexibility?
A) Jogging
B) Rock Climbing
C) Gymnastics
D) Weight Lifting
  • 20. What body part is NOT used to transport oxygen to the muscles?
A) Tendons
B) Arteries
C) Heart
D) Lungs
  • 21. Which activity would fit into level 5 intensity?
A) Shooting baskets
B) Burpees
C) Walking a dog
D) Walking Lunges
  • 22. Which of the following exercises would best strengthen the pectorals?
A) Chest press
B) Arm curls
C) Lunges
D) Crunches
  • 23. Which of the following is NOT a sign of extreme dehydration:
A) Dark yellow urine
B) Severe headache
C) Dry chapped lips
D) Sweating excessively
  • 24. Which of the foods has the highest amount of protein?
A) One cup of kidney beans and rice
B) One cup of milk and cereal
C) One medium-sized apple
D) One ounce of granola
  • 25. Which is NOT a benefit of an activity log and analyzing activity behaviors?
A) You are able to see where you need improvement
B) It tells you how fit you are
C) You are able to reflect to see if you achieved your goals
D) It can act as a motivator to stay on your workout schedule
  • 26. Static Stretching is:
A) Bouncing while you stretch to prepare for fast movements
B) Performed in motion and best before you start a workout
C) Holding a stretch and best to get you ready to move
D) Holding a stretch and best at the end of a workout
  • 27. What is a good rule in regards to how much water you should drink per day?
A) 7 cups per day
B) Half your body weight in ounces
C) 10 cups per day
D) Your body weight in ounces
  • 28. Substances found in food that don't produce energy but make sure your body functions properly or works right are called:
A) Nutrients
B) Calories
C) Vitamins and Minerals
D) Carbohydrates
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