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1

Which of the following physical competency screens is most appropriate for assessing mobility of the hips and upper back?




2

A national rugby player has completed his first resistance training macrocycle. Pre- and post-tests are as follows: 

     
Bodyweight 190 lb (86.5 kg) 210 lb (95.5 kg)
1 RM bench press  295 lb (134 kg) 335 lb (152.5 kg) 
 1 RM squat  310 lb (141 kg)  360 lbs (163.5 kg)
 40-meter sprint  5.18 sec  5.16 sec
 Vertical jump  20.0 in (50.7 cm)  20.0 in (50.7 cm)

 Which of the following is the most appropriate explanation for a lack of change in the vertical jump?




3

An athlete initiates the T-test by performing which of the following movements?




4

Which of the following instructions are appropriate to give to an athlete who is preparing to perform the T-test?




5

A college baseball player was tested 10 weeks before the start of the season with the following results:

Height 6 ft, 0 in. (182 cm)
Bodyweight 212 lb (96.5 kg)
1 RM bench press 260 lb (118 kg)
1 RM squat 335 lb (152.5 kg)
1 RM power clean 200 lb (91 kg)
Pro-agility 4.62 sec
10 yd 2.01 sec
Vertical jump 23 in.

Which of the following need improvement?




6

A female collegiate basketball forward in her junior year is administered a battery of tests. The results are shown below:

Height 69 in. (175 cm)
Bodyweight 150 lb (68 kg)
Percent body fat 20%
1RM bench press 100 lb (45.5 kg)
1RM squat 196 lb (89 kg)
Vertical jump 19 in. (48 cm)

Which of the following needs improvement?




7

Which of the following sequences will improve the reliability of the test results?




8

Which of the following tests is the most appropriate for assessing a soccer player?




9

A 145-lb (66-kg), 6 ft., 3 in. female college volleyball player has the following test profile:

1RM bench press 110 lb (50 kg)
1RM back squat 130 lb (59 kg)
VO2 max 49 ml/kg/min
Body fat percentage 18%
Vertical jump 21 in. (53 cm)

Which of the following needs improvement?




10

Which of the following methods of assessment measures max strength?




11

An athlete is scheduled to perform the following assessments:

• 40-yd (37 m) sprint

• 300-yd (274 m) shuttle

• Pro-agility

• 1.5-mile (2.4 km) run

• Skinfold measurements

Which assessment should be administered on a separate day?




12

A 315-lb (143-kg) male collegiate American football offensive lineman has the following test results:

40-yd (37-m) sprint 5.9 sec
Body fat percentage 20%
1RM bench press 405 lb (184 kg)
1RM back squat 530 lb (241 kg)

Which of the following areas should his training program emphasize?




13

A strength and conditioning professional plans on administering a 12-min run in the heat. Which of the following is the most important to consider before testing?




14

 A 19-year-old Division I female mid-distance swimmer has the following test results:

1RM bench press 109 lb (49.5 kg)
1RM back squat 132 lb (60 kg)
VO2max 42 ml/kg/min

Which of the following needs improvement?




15

An athlete should begin the pro-agility test by sprinting




16

Which of the following tests requires the greatest amount of time to administer to ensure reliable result?




17

What is the recommended length of the sides for the hexagon test?




18

A strength and conditioning professional is testing a female athlete using the Jackson-Pollock 3-site body composition formula. Which of the following skinfold sites should be used?




19

A 120-lb (54.5-kg) female lacrosse player has the following test results: 

1RM bench press 95 lb (43 kg)
1RM back squat 170 lb (77.5 kg)
Vertical jump 15.25 in. (39 cm)
20 m sprint 3.4 sec
Pro-agility 6.0 sec

Which of the following exercises would be most important in order to improve her assessment scores?




20

Which of the following tests are most appropriate for women’s collegiate field hockey?




21

An athlete’s trial on the T-test is disqualified for which of the following reasons?




22

A Division I collegiate defensive tackle (American football) had the following testing results two months before the competitive season: 

Bodyweight 319 lb (145 kg)
Height 6 ft, 3 in. (191 cm)
Standing long jump 7 ft, 10 in. (2.4 m)
1RM bench press 400 lb (182 kg)
40-yard (37-m) sprint 4.84 sec

Which of the following should this athlete focus on during training?




1

Which of the following physical competency screens is most appropriate for assessing mobility of the hips and upper back?




2

A national rugby player has completed his first resistance training macrocycle. Pre- and post-tests are as follows: 

     
Bodyweight 190 lb (86.5 kg) 210 lb (95.5 kg)
1 RM bench press  295 lb (134 kg) 335 lb (152.5 kg) 
 1 RM squat  310 lb (141 kg)  360 lbs (163.5 kg)
 40-meter sprint  5.18 sec  5.16 sec
 Vertical jump  20.0 in (50.7 cm)  20.0 in (50.7 cm)

 Which of the following is the most appropriate explanation for a lack of change in the vertical jump?




3

An athlete initiates the T-test by performing which of the following movements?




4

Which of the following instructions are appropriate to give to an athlete who is preparing to perform the T-test?




5

A college baseball player was tested 10 weeks before the start of the season with the following results:

Height 6 ft, 0 in. (182 cm)
Bodyweight 212 lb (96.5 kg)
1 RM bench press 260 lb (118 kg)
1 RM squat 335 lb (152.5 kg)
1 RM power clean 200 lb (91 kg)
Pro-agility 4.62 sec
10 yd 2.01 sec
Vertical jump 23 in.

Which of the following need improvement?




6

A female collegiate basketball forward in her junior year is administered a battery of tests. The results are shown below:

Height 69 in. (175 cm)
Bodyweight 150 lb (68 kg)
Percent body fat 20%
1RM bench press 100 lb (45.5 kg)
1RM squat 196 lb (89 kg)
Vertical jump 19 in. (48 cm)

Which of the following needs improvement?




7

Which of the following sequences will improve the reliability of the test results?




8

Which of the following tests is the most appropriate for assessing a soccer player?




9

A 145-lb (66-kg), 6 ft., 3 in. female college volleyball player has the following test profile:

1RM bench press 110 lb (50 kg)
1RM back squat 130 lb (59 kg)
VO2 max 49 ml/kg/min
Body fat percentage 18%
Vertical jump 21 in. (53 cm)

Which of the following needs improvement?




10

Which of the following methods of assessment measures max strength?




11

An athlete is scheduled to perform the following assessments:

• 40-yd (37 m) sprint

• 300-yd (274 m) shuttle

• Pro-agility

• 1.5-mile (2.4 km) run

• Skinfold measurements

Which assessment should be administered on a separate day?




12

A 315-lb (143-kg) male collegiate American football offensive lineman has the following test results:

40-yd (37-m) sprint 5.9 sec
Body fat percentage 20%
1RM bench press 405 lb (184 kg)
1RM back squat 530 lb (241 kg)

Which of the following areas should his training program emphasize?




13

A strength and conditioning professional plans on administering a 12-min run in the heat. Which of the following is the most important to consider before testing?




14

 A 19-year-old Division I female mid-distance swimmer has the following test results:

1RM bench press 109 lb (49.5 kg)
1RM back squat 132 lb (60 kg)
VO2max 42 ml/kg/min

Which of the following needs improvement?




15

An athlete should begin the pro-agility test by sprinting




16

Which of the following tests requires the greatest amount of time to administer to ensure reliable result?




17

What is the recommended length of the sides for the hexagon test?




18

A strength and conditioning professional is testing a female athlete using the Jackson-Pollock 3-site body composition formula. Which of the following skinfold sites should be used?




19

A 120-lb (54.5-kg) female lacrosse player has the following test results: 

1RM bench press 95 lb (43 kg)
1RM back squat 170 lb (77.5 kg)
Vertical jump 15.25 in. (39 cm)
20 m sprint 3.4 sec
Pro-agility 6.0 sec

Which of the following exercises would be most important in order to improve her assessment scores?




20

Which of the following tests are most appropriate for women’s collegiate field hockey?




21

An athlete’s trial on the T-test is disqualified for which of the following reasons?




22

A Division I collegiate defensive tackle (American football) had the following testing results two months before the competitive season: 

Bodyweight 319 lb (145 kg)
Height 6 ft, 3 in. (191 cm)
Standing long jump 7 ft, 10 in. (2.4 m)
1RM bench press 400 lb (182 kg)
40-yard (37-m) sprint 4.84 sec

Which of the following should this athlete focus on during training?




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