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1

Which of the following total cholesterol:HDL-cholesterol ratios puts an individual at the greatest risk for coronary artery disease?




2

A 20-year-old male visits his physician because he wants to begin an exercise program. Results of a maximal graded exercise test indicate he had an episode of supraventricular tachycardia at a heart rate of 160 bpm. The physician clears him for exercise with a fitness professional. Based on this information, which of the following should the fitness professional do?




3

A client complains of being cold, wears layered and baggy clothing, fatigues towards the end of workouts, and seems obsesses with working out. Which of the following should the fitness professional suspect?




4

A 25-year-old woman has been trying to lose weight for 3 months and has only lost 2 lbs (1 kg). She has been working out 3 times a week and walking for 20 minutes daily for the last month. It would appear as though she has no limitations. For the client's weight reduction program, the best aerobic workout would be one that expends




5

A client has collapsed for no apparent reason. What is the first thing the fitness professional should do?




6

Exercise training results in an increase of which of the following cardio-protective mechanisms?




7

Which of the following advances the final stage of atherogenesis in coronary artery disease or peripheral artery disease?




8

A 35-year-old male client has a BMI of 30. He has a meniscal repair 2 years ago. Which of the following is the most appropriate exercise modalities?




9

Which of the following is most appropriate for an 80-year-old female with a history of falling and osteoporosis in her hip?




10

Which of the following would be most appropriate when initiating a weight training program for individuals over 50-years-old?




11

A client with peripheral artery disease (PAD) is placed on an intermittent walking protocol. A fitness professional should instruct the client to walk at a pace within which of the following pain levels?




12

A 15-year-old male client weighs 164 lbs (74.4 kg) and 69 in (172 cm) tall. What is his BMI?




13

An 87-year-old female is consulting with a fitness professional. She is a cancer survivor and has lost 8 lb (3.6 kg) over the past year. Which of the following are most appropriate to include in her exercise program?




14

Aging is most associated with a loss of muscular




15

A client is scheduled to perform a sequence of exercise tests and the results will be used to prescribe activity. Which of the following forms should a fitness professional obtain first?




16

A 25-year-old woman who is a competitive skier comes to a fitness professional because she wants to get into better shape before the ski season. The fitness professional wants to obtain preliminary information about the client before administering fitness tests and designing her exercise program. During the medical history review, the client indicates she has surgery 3 months ago on her medial meniscus in her right knee. Which of the following should the fitness professional do next?




17

A 40-year-old man comes in for an overall conditioning and nutrition program. He is 73 in (185 cm) tall and weighs 174 lbs (80 kg). He had ACL surgery 2 years ago on his right knee, but says it is now better. He says he is in good physical condition and seldom gets sick. He has 14% bodyfat, his resting heart reate is 65 bpm, and he had his physician's approval to begin an exercise program. Results of the sit and reach test indicated below average flexibility. Which of the following is most appropriate to have the client perform?




18

The preferred method of exercise testing for aerobic capacity in individuals with chronic restrictive pulmonary disease is




19

Exercise Induced Asthma (EIA) is defined as a fall in FEV1 of 15% from baseline or a fall in peak flow of 20% from baseline. The objective of improving exercise tolerance can be achieved by encouraging individuals with asthma to exercise at what percentage of maximal work rate?




20

For individuals with obesity, in order to lose and maintain a healthy body weight, aerobic activity is the preferred mode of exercise to decrease fat weight allowing expenditure of more energy. Of the following choices, which fall within recommended programming parameters?




21

A client with HIV wants to increase his strength and endurance levels. Special considerations you must take prior to working with this client include




22

Primary symptoms of fibromyalgia precipitate secondary symptoms of the disease such as




23

The preferred modality for assessing aerobic fitness levels in clients with chronic LBP is




24

An individual with multiple sclerosis is requesting an exercise program to increase strength and stability in her joints in order to feel more confident in avoiding falls. It is important to be aware that




25

Your client has recently undergone a cardiac event and revascularization intervention, has completed a 12 week cardiac rehabilitation program, and is ready to begin a self-maintained program. Working with this client during exercise testing using the treadmill (1-2 METs/3Min stage) his SBP is 230mmHg/or DBP is 1-5mmHg. You decide to




26

Special considerations for exercise testing of individuals with cancer include which of the following?




27

Your client is undergoing chemotherapy, on off weeks receives immunotherapy, and has been reporting that he has been getting tired quickly with simple activities of daily living. His goals are to get strong enough to be able to go on walks with his dog, keep up with preparing meals, and doing simple things around the house.

Exercise Testing 12 minute walk: 1255 feet

Peak HR: 155 bpm

Peak BP: 175/85 mm/Hg

No chest pain, dizziness, pain or other discomfort

Overhead press 1 RM: 25 kg

Leg press 1 RM: 55 kg

As his trainer, you should consider which of the following before having him begin his exercise program?




28

Your client is undergoing chemotherapy, on off weeks receives immunotherapy, and has been reporting that he has been getting tired quickly with simple activities of daily living. His goals are to get strong enough to be able to go on walks with his dog, keep up with preparing meals, and doing simple things around the house.

Exercise Testing 12 minute walk: 1255 feet

Peak HR: 155 bpm

Peak BP: 175/85 mm/Hg

No chest pain, dizziness, pain or other discomfort

Overhead press 1 RM: 25 kg Leg press 1 RM: 55 kg

Which of the following choices are appropriate for your client?




29

What is the first course of action for a fitness professional before prescribing any exercise program?




30

A client has strong and increasing criticism of her body, seems to lose extreme amounts of weight in short periods, eats large amounts of food and then purges selectively, and has frequent mood swings. What disorder might you suspect in this client?




31

Which of the following before and after exercise have been shown to promote gains in skeletal muscle mass, muscle fiber cross sectional area, or myofibrilar protein to a greater extent than carbohydrate alone?




32

A physical therapist referred a high school female athlete to a fitness professional. The client has completed a 12-week rehabilitation program from an ACL reconstruction. What key movement pattern should be emphasized during jump training?




33

As a child's training age increases, adaptations due to resistance training will likely occur




1

Which of the following total cholesterol:HDL-cholesterol ratios puts an individual at the greatest risk for coronary artery disease?




2

A 20-year-old male visits his physician because he wants to begin an exercise program. Results of a maximal graded exercise test indicate he had an episode of supraventricular tachycardia at a heart rate of 160 bpm. The physician clears him for exercise with a fitness professional. Based on this information, which of the following should the fitness professional do?




3

A client complains of being cold, wears layered and baggy clothing, fatigues towards the end of workouts, and seems obsesses with working out. Which of the following should the fitness professional suspect?




4

A 25-year-old woman has been trying to lose weight for 3 months and has only lost 2 lbs (1 kg). She has been working out 3 times a week and walking for 20 minutes daily for the last month. It would appear as though she has no limitations. For the client's weight reduction program, the best aerobic workout would be one that expends




5

A client has collapsed for no apparent reason. What is the first thing the fitness professional should do?




6

Exercise training results in an increase of which of the following cardio-protective mechanisms?




7

Which of the following advances the final stage of atherogenesis in coronary artery disease or peripheral artery disease?




8

A 35-year-old male client has a BMI of 30. He has a meniscal repair 2 years ago. Which of the following is the most appropriate exercise modalities?




9

Which of the following is most appropriate for an 80-year-old female with a history of falling and osteoporosis in her hip?




10

Which of the following would be most appropriate when initiating a weight training program for individuals over 50-years-old?




11

A client with peripheral artery disease (PAD) is placed on an intermittent walking protocol. A fitness professional should instruct the client to walk at a pace within which of the following pain levels?




12

A 15-year-old male client weighs 164 lbs (74.4 kg) and 69 in (172 cm) tall. What is his BMI?




13

An 87-year-old female is consulting with a fitness professional. She is a cancer survivor and has lost 8 lb (3.6 kg) over the past year. Which of the following are most appropriate to include in her exercise program?




14

Aging is most associated with a loss of muscular




15

A client is scheduled to perform a sequence of exercise tests and the results will be used to prescribe activity. Which of the following forms should a fitness professional obtain first?




16

A 25-year-old woman who is a competitive skier comes to a fitness professional because she wants to get into better shape before the ski season. The fitness professional wants to obtain preliminary information about the client before administering fitness tests and designing her exercise program. During the medical history review, the client indicates she has surgery 3 months ago on her medial meniscus in her right knee. Which of the following should the fitness professional do next?




17

A 40-year-old man comes in for an overall conditioning and nutrition program. He is 73 in (185 cm) tall and weighs 174 lbs (80 kg). He had ACL surgery 2 years ago on his right knee, but says it is now better. He says he is in good physical condition and seldom gets sick. He has 14% bodyfat, his resting heart reate is 65 bpm, and he had his physician's approval to begin an exercise program. Results of the sit and reach test indicated below average flexibility. Which of the following is most appropriate to have the client perform?




18

The preferred method of exercise testing for aerobic capacity in individuals with chronic restrictive pulmonary disease is




19

Exercise Induced Asthma (EIA) is defined as a fall in FEV1 of 15% from baseline or a fall in peak flow of 20% from baseline. The objective of improving exercise tolerance can be achieved by encouraging individuals with asthma to exercise at what percentage of maximal work rate?




20

For individuals with obesity, in order to lose and maintain a healthy body weight, aerobic activity is the preferred mode of exercise to decrease fat weight allowing expenditure of more energy. Of the following choices, which fall within recommended programming parameters?




21

A client with HIV wants to increase his strength and endurance levels. Special considerations you must take prior to working with this client include




22

Primary symptoms of fibromyalgia precipitate secondary symptoms of the disease such as




23

The preferred modality for assessing aerobic fitness levels in clients with chronic LBP is




24

An individual with multiple sclerosis is requesting an exercise program to increase strength and stability in her joints in order to feel more confident in avoiding falls. It is important to be aware that




25

Your client has recently undergone a cardiac event and revascularization intervention, has completed a 12 week cardiac rehabilitation program, and is ready to begin a self-maintained program. Working with this client during exercise testing using the treadmill (1-2 METs/3Min stage) his SBP is 230mmHg/or DBP is 1-5mmHg. You decide to




26

Special considerations for exercise testing of individuals with cancer include which of the following?




27

Your client is undergoing chemotherapy, on off weeks receives immunotherapy, and has been reporting that he has been getting tired quickly with simple activities of daily living. His goals are to get strong enough to be able to go on walks with his dog, keep up with preparing meals, and doing simple things around the house.

Exercise Testing 12 minute walk: 1255 feet

Peak HR: 155 bpm

Peak BP: 175/85 mm/Hg

No chest pain, dizziness, pain or other discomfort

Overhead press 1 RM: 25 kg

Leg press 1 RM: 55 kg

As his trainer, you should consider which of the following before having him begin his exercise program?




28

Your client is undergoing chemotherapy, on off weeks receives immunotherapy, and has been reporting that he has been getting tired quickly with simple activities of daily living. His goals are to get strong enough to be able to go on walks with his dog, keep up with preparing meals, and doing simple things around the house.

Exercise Testing 12 minute walk: 1255 feet

Peak HR: 155 bpm

Peak BP: 175/85 mm/Hg

No chest pain, dizziness, pain or other discomfort

Overhead press 1 RM: 25 kg Leg press 1 RM: 55 kg

Which of the following choices are appropriate for your client?




29

What is the first course of action for a fitness professional before prescribing any exercise program?




30

A client has strong and increasing criticism of her body, seems to lose extreme amounts of weight in short periods, eats large amounts of food and then purges selectively, and has frequent mood swings. What disorder might you suspect in this client?




31

Which of the following before and after exercise have been shown to promote gains in skeletal muscle mass, muscle fiber cross sectional area, or myofibrilar protein to a greater extent than carbohydrate alone?




32

A physical therapist referred a high school female athlete to a fitness professional. The client has completed a 12-week rehabilitation program from an ACL reconstruction. What key movement pattern should be emphasized during jump training?




33

As a child's training age increases, adaptations due to resistance training will likely occur




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