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1

The relationship between exercise intensity and movement velocity can be described as 




2

Which of the following velocity variables provides an instantaneous measure of velocity during the concentric phase?




3

When monitoring ballistic exercises, which velocity measure is recommended?




4

When using velocity measures during training of non-ballistic exercises, which measure is most reliable?




5

Which of the following statements is true about velocity-based one-repetition maximum (1RM) prediction methods in lower body exercises?




6

Changes in velocity measures that are greater than the smallest detectable differences are most likely caused by what?




7

When an athlete demonstrates a change in velocity value above or below what the coach expects, it is recommended that the coach _______________ to determine if this is meaningful change or normal variation.




8

Research has recently shown that velocity losses are related to

 




9

Velocity at a given percentage of 1RM may vary due to fatigue or following training focused on which quality?




10

Changes in strength characteristics during training programs creates an issue for 1RM percentage-based prescription because 




1

The relationship between exercise intensity and movement velocity can be described as 




2

Which of the following velocity variables provides an instantaneous measure of velocity during the concentric phase?




3

When monitoring ballistic exercises, which velocity measure is recommended?




4

When using velocity measures during training of non-ballistic exercises, which measure is most reliable?




5

Which of the following statements is true about velocity-based one-repetition maximum (1RM) prediction methods in lower body exercises?




6

Changes in velocity measures that are greater than the smallest detectable differences are most likely caused by what?




7

When an athlete demonstrates a change in velocity value above or below what the coach expects, it is recommended that the coach _______________ to determine if this is meaningful change or normal variation.




8

Research has recently shown that velocity losses are related to

 




9

Velocity at a given percentage of 1RM may vary due to fatigue or following training focused on which quality?




10

Changes in strength characteristics during training programs creates an issue for 1RM percentage-based prescription because 




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