PEDUC1 MIDTERM QUIZ
  • 1. (1982) Who is considered the "Father of Aerobics", gives the following benefits derived from participation in aerobic programs.
A) Aerobic
B) Recovery Rate
C) Kenneth Cooper
D) Resting Heart Rate
  • 2. The term refers to exercises or activities done regularly for a prolonged period and which demand large amounts of oxygen. The exercises are rhythmic and sustained.
A) Aerobic
B) Working Heart Rate (WHR) or Exercising Heart Rate (EHR) or Target Heart Rate (THR)
C) Recovery Rate
D) Resting Heart Rate
  • 3. This the number of pulse beats at rest. The best time to take the RHR is upon waking up in the morning. The average RHR in 75 beats for boys and 80 beats for girls per minute.
A) Aerobic
B) Resting Heart Rate
C) Recovery Rate
D) Working Heart Rate (WHR) or Exercising Heart Rate (EHR) or Target Heart Rate (THR)
  • 4. This is the number of pulse beats taken five to ten minutes after a workout or after walking and stretching in the gradual cool-down. The heartbeats should go back to normal or slightly above the resting heart rate..
A) Working Heart Rate (WHR) or Exercising Heart Rate (EHR) or Target Heart Rate (THR)
B) Aerobic
C) Recovery Rate
D) Resting Heart Rate
  • 5. This is the 60-80 per cent of your heart's maximum capacity (after deducting age while exercising. An ordinary college freshman should ap proximately have a WHR of 130-160 pulse beats per minute. This is gradually attained in the workout phase and sustained by steady exercises for about 20 minutes
A) Recovery Rate
B) Working Heart Rate (WHR) or Exercising Heart Rate (EHR) or Target Heart Rate (THR)
C) Resting Heart Rate
D) Aerobic
  • 6. This is the most convenient cardio-respiratory endurance activity. It is not skill-oriented and there is always an available sidewalk or street house. This activity should be done at least three times a week an alternate days (M-W-F). The distance to be covered depends on your capacity
A) Jumping
B) Running
C) Dancing
D) Walking/Jogging
  • 7. A piece of rope is an ordinary man's fitness equipment. It is cheap, easy to use, requires a limited space but can provide the needed workout to keep the body fit Rope jumping is a very good exercise for cardio-respiratory endurance. It helps improve agil ity, strength (legs), coordination, and rhythm,
A) Hop and Kick
B) Rope Jumping
C) Skiers Jump
D) Basic Jumps
  • 8. Jump on both feet and land on balls. Keep feet, ankles, and knees together
A) Hop and Kick
B) Basic Jumps
C) Skiers Jump
D) Rope Jumping
  • 9. Jump side to side, bend knees slightly as you land.
A) Straddle Jump
B) Skiers Jump
C) Hop and Kick
D) Basic Jumps
  • 10. Jump and land feet apart, shoulder-length, and 2 return to a basic bounce. (Try the cross jump as you progress)
A) Skiers Jump
B) Hop and Kick
C) Straddle Jump
D) Scissors Jump
  • 11. Jump with 1 foot forward (8-12 inches apart. Re- peat with the reversed position of the feet
A) Hop and Kick
B) Scissors Jump
C) Straddle Jump
D) Skiers Jump
  • 12. Hop on it foot and kick/swing L leg forward. Repeat with reversed position on the feet
A) Scissors Jump
B) Straddle Jump
C) Skiers Jump
D) Hop and Kick
  • 13. This is a very popular activity these days. You can acquire the physical and social benefits of playing badminton for as long you enjoy your playmates.
A) Balls
B) Badminton
C) Bassketball
D) Baseball
  • 14. These are seen on television and in dance studios. Anyone can get into the dance aerobics program after learning some basic dance movements.
A) Jogging variations
B) Aerobic dancing
C) Hopping variations
D) Walking
  • 15. Walk brisky forward (8 ets). backward (8 ets) and counter clock wise (8 ets), arms swinging at the sides try arm movement variations
A) Hopping variations
B) Jogging variations
C) Aerobic dancing
D) Walking
  • 16. Jog in place, hands moving right and left as in car wiper.
A) Jogging variations
B) Aerobic dancing
C) Walking
D) Hopping variations
  • 17. Hop on R foot 4 times with L knee stretching forward and bending backward on each count. Hands on waist.
A) Walking
B) Jogging variations
C) Aerobic dancing
D) Hopping variations
  • 18. These activities are done in place, feet slightly apart and hips moving in time with the music
A) Scissors
B) Arms thrusting (Closed fist)
C) Arm Circling
D) Axial movements
  • 19. Circle arms forward from the shoulders with hands as if pushing an object
A) Arm Circling
B) Scissors
C) Arms thrusting (Closed fist)
D) Axial movements
  • 20. Cross extended arms in front and do the scissors moving arms gradually upward
A) Arms thrusting (Closed fist)
B) Scissors
C) Axial movements
D) Arm Circling
  • 21. Thrust R and L arms alternately forward and sideward repeat
A) Scissors
B) Axial movements
C) Arm Circling
D) Arms thrusting (Closed fist)
  • 22. With fingers pointing upward, push hands alternately forward in front
A) elbow-hip touch
B) Elbow jERK
C) Hands push
D) Opposite SWINg
  • 23. With both arms bent on chest, push R elbow sideward right twice and L elbows sideward left
A) elbow-hip touch
B) Elbow jERK
C) Hands push
D) Opposite SWINg
  • 24. With knees slightly apart twist upper body from the waist to the left as you swing extended arms to the right
A) Hands push
B) elbow-hip touch
C) Opposite SWINg
D) Elbow jERK
  • 25. Push R hip to the right with R elbow touching hip
A) Elbow jERK
B) Opposite SWINg
C) Hands push
D) elbow-hip touch
  • 26. Step L foot in place point R foot sideward right as you bring both arms obliquely upward left
A) Cut
B) Step point
C) Step and Cross-Kick
D) Close steps
  • 27. Step close to the right 2 times arms bending upward and stretching downward
A) Step and Cross-Kick
B) Step point
C) Cut
D) Close steps
  • 28. Step R foot slightly to the right, arms in reversed T positions, crosskick L leg across the R foot as you fling arms obliquely upward left
A) Close steps
B) Step and Cross-Kick
C) Step point
D) Cut
  • 29. Displace one foot with the other, either sideward right and left, or forward and backward.
A) Cut
B) Step point
C) Close steps
D) Step and Cross-Kick
  • 30. Standing with one foot forward, twist body forward and backwards
A) Swing and Project
B) Charlestone
C) Twist
D) Tinikling In and Out
  • 31. Jump twice, feet together, jump once feet apart
A) Tinikling In and Out
B) Charlestone
C) Twist
D) Swing and Project
  • 32. Step R foot forward, arms moving naturally toward the right
A) Charlestone
B) Tinikling In and Out
C) Cha-Cha Jump
D) Swing and Project
  • 33. With knees slightly apart, swing hips right and left alternately, arms on waist level moving with the swinging of the hips
A) Cha-Cha Jump
B) Swing and Project
C) Charlestone
D) Tinikling In and Out
  • 34. Step R foot backward, arms in reversed T position steps L foot in place step foot R in place
A) Charlestone
B) Swing and Project
C) Tinikling In and Out
D) Cha-Cha Jump
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