Basic Fitness Concepts grades 345
  • 1. The basic function of the heart is:
A) To help you think
B) To help you breathe
C) To clean your blood
D) To pump your blood
  • 2. When you exercise, your heart rate:
A) Speeds up
B) Stays the same
C) Slows down
D) Goes backward
  • 3. Where can you find your pulse
A) Your wrist
B) on both your neck and wrist
C) Your Neck
D) Your Shoes
  • 4. Why should you take you pulse during exercise?
A) To take a break
B) to find out if your heart rate is in your zone.
C) To make you tired.
D) For fun
  • 5. Which is NOT a benefit of being physically fit?
A) It helps to control your body weight
B) Weaker Bones
C) Reduced risk of cardiovascular disease
D) Increased energy
E) Increased self confidence
  • 6. Muscular Strength is a measurement of
A) How much force your muscles can produce.
B) the range of motion in your joints.
C) the ratio of fat compared to lean tissue in your body.
D) the length of time you can sustain a moderate level of force procuded by your muscles.
E) the health of your heart and lungs.
  • 7. Flexability is a measurement of
A) the ratio of fat compared to lean tissue in your body.
B) the health of your heart and lungs.
C) How much force your muscles can produce.
D) the length of time you can sustain a moderate level of force procuded by your muscles.
E) the range of motion in your joints.
  • 8. Cardiovascular endurance is a measurement of
A) the range of motion in your joints.
B) the health of your heart and lungs.
C) the ratio of fat compared to lean tissue in your body.
D) How much force your muscles can produce.
E) the length of time you can sustain a moderate level of force procuded by your muscles.
  • 9. Muscular endurance is a measurement of
A) the ratio of fat compared to lean tissue in your body.
B) the health of your heart and lungs.
C) How much force your muscles can produce.
D) the length of time you can sustain a moderate level of force procuded by your muscles.
E) the range of motion in your joints.
  • 10. Body composition is a measurement of
A) the ratio of fat compared to lean tissue in your body.
B) the health of your heart and lungs.
C) the length of time you can sustain a moderate level of force procuded by your muscles.
D) the range of motion in your joints.
E) How much force your muscles can produce.
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