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Physical Education aims to develop your motor skills as wells as your applied

knowledge.

Select one:

True

False

Positive attitudes are also developed through being physically fit and active.

Select one:

True

False

Medical clearances are not important in performing exercise activities.

Select one:

True

False

Motor skills refers to anything that allows you to move and use your body to expend
energy.

Select one:

True

False

Exercise and physical activity is painful and should not be included in a person's life.

Select one:

True

False
Quiz 1

A type of wellness which entails a person to eat well, exercise, and avoiding harmful
habits.

Select one:

a. Emotional

b. Mental

c. Physical

d. Spiritual

It is set of physical attributes that allow the body to respond or adapt to the demands
of stress and physical effort.

Select one:

a. Health

b. Wellness

c. Physical Activity

d. Physical Fitness

This refers to the process of becoming aware of and making choices towards a more
successful existence.

Select one:

a. Health

b. Physical Activity

c. Fitness

d. Wellness

A type of wellness which refers to your constant monitoring and exploring of thoughts
and feelings and finding solutions to solve any obstacles along the way.

Select one:

a. Physical

b. Spiritual

c. Mental
d. Emotional

This refers to bodily movements produced by the skeletal muscles that require energy
expenditure and produces progressive health benefits.

Select one:

a. Physical Fitness

b. Health

c. Physical Activity

d. Wellness

Quiz 2

This refers to the overall tissue composition of the body.

Select one:

a. CV Endurance

b. Body Composition

c. Muscular Strength

d. Flexibility

Which of the following activities can BEST develop both Muscular Strength and
Endurance?

Select one:

a. Running

b. Resistance Training

c. Yoga

d. Stretching

It is the amount of force a muscle can produce with a single maximum effort.

Select one:
a. Muscular Strength

b. Muscular Endurance

c. Flexibility

d. CV Endurance

The ideal exercise to improve flexibility among the choices below is:

Select one:

a. Aerobic Training

b. Resistance Training

c. Anaerobic Training

d. Stretching

This is the ability of a muscle or a muscle group to remain contracted or to contract


repeteadly for a long period of time.

Select one:

a. Muscular Endurance

b. CV Endurance

c. Flexibility

d. Muscular Strength

Which of the following activities can best develop Cardiovascular Endurance?

Select one:

a. Running

b. Yoga

c. Stretching

d. Resistance Training

The range of motion available in joints.

Select one:

a. CV Endurance

b. Flexibility

c. Muscular Endurance
d. Muscular Strength

All of the following are the basic concepts of fitness EXCEPT:

Select one:

a. Key to health

b. Poor nutrition

c. Part of Total Fitness

d. Improved through physical activity

A health-related fitness component which refers to your ability to perform prolonged,


large-muscle, dynamic exercises at different intensities.

Select one:

a. Flexibility

b. Muscular Endurance

c. CV Endurance

d. Muscular Strength

Refers to the structure of the body which consists of muscles, bones, organs, and water.

Select one:

a. Cardiovascular System

b. Immune System

c. Fat Free Mass

d. Fats

Quiz 3

This refers to your ability to perform motor tasks accurately and smoothly using body
movements and the senses.

Select one:

a. Speed
b. Balance

c. Coordination

d. Power

All activities below require a person's coordination, choose the LEAST activity that
needs this component of fitness:

Select one:

a. Sitting

b. Walking

c. Gymnastics

d. Dance

This is a type of balance where a person maintains balance while moving.

Select one:

a. Dynamic Balance

b. Static Balance

c. Power

d. Flexibility

In the choices below choose the activity that BEST needs balance and flexibility.

Select one:

a. Running

b. Walking

c. Power Lifting

d. Gymnastics

A health-related fitness component that is directly related to the skill-related fitness


component of power.

Select one:

a. Muscular Strength

b. Body Composition

c. Flexibility
d. CV Endurance

The ability to retain the center of mass above the base of support in a stationary
position.

Select one:

a. Static Balance

b. Flexibility

c. Power

d. Dynamic Balance

A component of fitness that usually involves movements that are explosive in nature.

Select one:

a. Reaction Time

b. Coordination

c. Power

d. Speed

This refers to your ability to respond and react quickly to a certain stimulus.

Select one:

a. Reaction Time

b. Speed

c. Power

d. Balance

It is the ability to maintain equilibrium while moving or stationary.

Select one:

a. Balance

b. Coordination

c. Speed

d. Power

What activity below requires a person's skill-related fitness component of speed?

Select one:
a. Yoga

b. Running

c. Power Lifting

d. Dancing

Quiz 4

Bad habits like smoking, drinking, and overeating put the heart at risk for different
diseases.

Select one:

True

False

A regular resting heart rate for individuals who are not athletes usually range from
120-150 beats per minute.

Select one:

True

False

Low Density Lipoproteins or LDLs are considered as "good cholesterol" which are
needed in the body.

Select one:

True

False

Physical activity and exercise are contributing factors to having a healthy heart.

Select one:

True

False

The heart is composed of two chambers.

Select one:
True

False

Quiz 5

Bones are responsible for digesting food and delivering nutrients to the body in the
form of tissues.

Select one:

True

False

Muscles make up forty (40) percent of our body mass and are responsible for
movement.

Select one:

True

False

Atrophy is a condition in which muscle size degenerates caused by injuries or age.

Select one:

True

False

The growth plate is a part of the bone that grows off as maturity begins

Select one:

True

False

The shaft is the part of the bone that gives its elongated shape and is usually the
structure of the legs and arms.

Select one:

True
False

Quiz 6

A type of sharp and involuntary muscle contraction during exercise. It is commonly felt
when swimming when a person has not warmed-up properly.

Select one:

a. Chafing

b. Muscle soreness

c. Shin splints

d. Muscle cramps

This discomfort occurs when fluid accumulates right under the skin due to excess
friction.

Select one:

a. Blisters

b. Chafings

c. Side stitches

d. Muscle Soreness

All of the following are prevention and treatments for chafing EXCEPT:

Select one:

a. Avoid tight clothing

b. Wear synthetic

c. Apply corn pads

d. Avoid cotton materials

Choose the best preventive measure for shin splints.

Select one:

a. Complete rest and recovery


b. Fluid intake

c. Stretching

d. Warm bath

Which of the following is NOT a treatment or prevention for side stitches?

Select one:

a. stretch painful area

b. wear double socks

c. breathe deeply

d. stop activity

A type of discomfort where a sharp pain is felt just under the ribs, typically on the
right side of the abdomen.

Select one:

a. Muscle Soreness

b. Blisters

c. Chafing

d. Side stitches

The following are common treatments for muscle soreness EXCEPT:

Select one:

a. Warm Bath

b. Low-intensity exercise

c. Heavy Breathing

d. Stretching

Which of the following is NOT a treatment or prevention for muscle cramps:

Select one:

a. Stretching

b. Gentle Massage

c. Fluid Intake

d. Warm Bath
Refers to pain along or just behind the tibial bone.

Select one:

a. Muscle Soreness

b. Shin splints

c. Muscle Cramps

d. Chafing

After exercising the chemical waste products that build up on the muscle is a result of
what type of discomfort?

Select one:

a. Chafing

b. Muscle Soreness

c. Side Stitches

d. Blisters

Quiz 7

This nutrient forms important parts of the body (e.g. muscles, bones, blood, enzymes,
etc.)

Select one:

a. Fats

b. Proteins

c. Carbohydrates

d. Vitamins

Percent recommendation for daily carbohydrate intake.

Select one:

a. 60-80%

b. 45-65%
c. 35-40%

d. 20-30%

A type of fat that is derived from nuts, seeds, and leafy vegetables.

Select one:

a. Lipids

b. Saturated

c. Unsaturated

d. Polyunsaturated

These are nutrients that are composed of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins.

Select one:

a. Macronutrients

b. HDLs

c. LDLs

d. Micronutrients

All of the following food sources are rich in protein EXCEPT:

Select one:

a. Pork

b. Fish

c. Apples

d. Chicken

Nutrient that is the most concentrated source of energy of the body. It is also used for
insulation and cushion for organs.

Select one:

a. Carbohydrates

b. Minerals

c. Proteins

d. Fats
These are fats that result when liquid oil has hydrogen added to it to make it more
solid.

Select one:

a. Trans Fatty Acids

b. Saturated

c. Polyunsaturated

d. Lipids

This is a type of nutrient that is composed of inorganic elements which the body needs
but only in very small amounts.

Select one:

a. Fats

b. Minerals

c. Carbohydrates

d. Proteins

These are non-digestible carbohydrates that are commonly found in plants and are
responsible for digestion and bowel movement.

Select one:

a. Proteins

b. Fibers

c. Carbohydrates

d. Fats

A part of the food label which is responsible for giving information about the number
of serving available in a food package.

Select one:

a. Recommended allotment

b. Serving size

c. Dietary allotment

d. Percent Daily Value


Quiz 8

Anorexia athletica is the deliberate lowering of body weight to the point of


being underweight and is common in athletes.

Select one:

True

False

Yoyo dieting refers to a person continuously skipping meals to inhibit weight loss.

Select one:

True

False

When dieting slow & permanent weight loss programs are the most effective solution.

Select one:

True

False

Proper healthy dieting only involves caloric restrictions and not exercise.

Select one:

True

False

Binge eating disorder is a fixation with a healthy or righteous eating which may turn
into a fixation so extreme that can lead to malnutrition and worst death.

Select one:

True

False

Anorexia Nervosa is a condition in which a person engages in recurrent episodes of


binge eating following by purging.

Select one:
True

False

In losing weight, crash diets are the best solution.

Select one:

True

False

Muscle Dysmorphia is disorder experienced by some body builders who think they are
small and out of shape despite muscularity.

Select one:

True

False

Most eating disorders are caused by negative body image.

Select one:

True

False

Anorexia and Bulimia Nervosa usually affects female adolescents ranging from ages
11-20.

Select one:

True

False

Quiz 9

Alveoli are air sacs in the lungs where gas exchange (oxygen and carbon dioxide) take
place.

Select one:
True

False

Blood Alcohol Content refers to the percentage of alcohol content in the blood
detected with the use of a special equipment.

Select one:

True

False

Cirrhosis is the common disease obtain from excessive alcohol intake for a prolonged
period.

Select one:

True

False

Smoking is the largest preventable cause of illness and premature death and is
hazardous to everyone’s health.

Select one:

True

False

Alcohol is a stimulant chemical that affects the brain and excites central nervous
activity.

Select one:

True

False

Psychoactive drugs do not directly damage the brain when a person intakes them.

Select one:

True

False

Tar is a chemical compound that forms in the lungs during the burning of tobacco
leaves.
Select one:

True

False

Sidestream smoke refers to smoke exhaled by smokers and inhaled by non-smokers.

Select one:

True

False

Cocaine is a type of drug that induces euphoria and is absorbed easily in the
bloodstream.

Select one:

True

False

Alcohol increases visual and hearing acuity as well as a person's reaction time.

Select one:

True

False

Quiz 10

Type of stressor which involves heat, noise, overcrowding, climate, and terrain.

Select one:

a. Physiological

b. Emotional

c. Environmental

d. Distress

This is the nonspecific response of the body to any demand made upon it in order to
maintain

Select one:
a. Eustress

b. Stress

c. General Adaptation Syndrome

d. Stressors

A type of coping where a person seeks immediate, temporary relief from stress
through distraction or self-indulgence.

Select one:

a. Avoidant Coping

b. Emotion-focused

c. Problem-focused

d. Appraisal-focused

All of the following are ways to relieve stress EXCEPT:

Select one:

a. Socializing

b. Recreational Activity

c. Time Management

d. Solitude

Type of stressor that is also known as psychosocial stressors that is most common in
humans.

Select one:

a. Distress

b. Emotional

c. Environmental

d. Physiological
Quiz 11

If the amount of exercise is progressively increased, fitness continues to improve. This


refers to the principle of _____________.

Select one:

a. Law of Diminishing Returns

b. Frequency

c. Specificity

d. Overload

When exercising what is the MOST IDEAL arrangement of exercise for beginners?

Select one:

a. Work the small muscle groups first then proceed to the smaller muscle groups

b. Work with abdominals then proceed to other muscle groups.

c. Work the large muscle groups first before proceeding to working the smaller muscle
groups

d. Work with the upper body muscle groups first then proceed to the lower body
muscle groups.

This principle emphasizes that improvements are high at the beginning of an exercise
program but gradually slows down as an individual reaches the peak of his training.

Select one:

a. Specificity

b. Progression

c. Recovery

d. Law of Diminishing Returns

Refers to over training the body by not allowing it ample recovery time, which will
result to decrease in performance, injuries, fatigue, and exhaustion.

Select one:

a. Reversibility

b. Retrogression
c. Individualization

d. Variation

The principle of _______ focuses on changing activities to prevent boredom and loss of
interest

Select one:

a. Individualization

b. Variation

c. Overload

d. Reversibility

What is the ideal number of days a person must train to improve his/her aerobic
endurance?

Select one:

a. 5-7 days

b. once a week

c. 3-5 days

d. 2-3 days

This FITT principle refers to how hard a person is working out.

Select one:

a. Time

b. Intensity

c. Frequency

d. Type

An important fitness principle where a person attempts to slow the body down
bringing the body and the mind to recovery after a heavy or light training.

Select one:

a. Warm-up
b. Retrogression

c. Reversibility

d. Cool-down

The principle of _____ ensures that exercises are designed to develop a certain
fitness component/s.

Select one:

a. Law of Diminishing Returns

b. Overload

c. Specificity

d. Frequency

This principle is also known as the "use it or lose it" principle, where fitness is lost once
exercise ceases.

Select one:

a. Retrogression

b. Individualization

c. Reversibility

d. Variation

PE 101 FINAL EXAM

Refers to the structure of the body which consists of muscles, bones, organs, and water.

Select one:

a. Fat Free Mass

b. Immune System

c. Fats

d. Cardiovascular System

Surgically sculpting the body with implants and liposuction to acquire physical beauty
contributes to physical fitness.
Select one:

True

False

A type of discomfort where a sharp pain is felt just under the ribs, typically on the
right side of the abdomen.

Select one:

a. Muscle Soreness

b. Chafing

c. Blisters

d. Side stitches

Stretching exercises are necessary to improve one's flexibility as well as prevent injuries.

Select one:

True

False

Bones are responsible for digesting food and delivering nutrients to the body in the
form of tissues.

Select one:

True

False

Sidestream smoke refers to smoke exhaled by smokers and inhaled by non-smokers.

Select one:

True

False

The following are common treatments for muscle soreness EXCEPT:

Select one:

a. Warm Bath

b. Stretching

c. Low-intensity exercise
d. Heavy Breathing

Exercising contributes to relieving the symptoms of pain during menstrual period.

Select one:

True

False

Which of the following activities can best develop Cardiovascular Endurance?

Select one:

a. Yoga

b. Stretching

c. Running

d. Resistance Training

Anorexia and Bulimia Nervosa usually affects female adolescents ranging from ages
11-20.

Select one:

True

False

An exercise designed to target the lower body particularly the muscles of the thighs
and the muscles of the buttocks.

Select one:

a. Crunches

b. Shoulder Press

c. Planks

d. Squats

This principle emphasizes that improvements are high at the beginning of an exercise
program but gradually slows down as an individual reaches the peak of his training.

Select one:

a. Specificity

b. Recovery
c. Law of Diminishing Returns

d. Progression

This refers to the overall tissue composition of the body.

Select one:

a. Body Composition

b. Muscular Strength

c. Flexibility

d. CV Endurance

All of the following are ways to relieve stress EXCEPT:

Select one:

a. Recreational Activity

b. Socializing

c. Time Management

d. Solitude

These are non-digestible carbohydrates that are commonly found in plants and are
responsible for digestion and bowel movement.

Select one:

a. Fats

b. Carbohydrates

c. Fibers

d. Proteins

he purpose of a warm-up exercise is to prepare the body and mind for a strenuous
activity.

Select one:

True

False

All of the following are examples of a warm-up activity EXCEPT:

Select one:
a. Brisk Walking

b. Jumping Jacks

c. Slow Walking

d. Jogging in place

A type of wellness which refers to your constant monitoring and exploring of thoughts
and feelings and finding solutions to solve any obstacles along the way.

Select one:

a. Physical

b. Mental

c. Spiritual

d. Emotional

This refers to the process of becoming aware of and making choices towards a more
successful existence.

Select one:

a. Physical Activity

b. Health

c. Wellness

d. Fitness

This is the ability of a muscle or a muscle group to remain contracted or to contract


repeteadly for a long period of time.

Select one:

a. Muscular Endurance

b. CV Endurance

c. Flexibility

d. Muscular Strength

Medical clearances are not important in performing exercise activities.

Select one:

True
False

Wearing rubberized suits are not effective in losing weight and can even cause heat
exhaustion.

Select one:

True

False

After running, a typical cool-down exercise is walking; this is to return the body back
to its normal conditions.

Select one:

True

False

When exercising what is the MOST IDEAL arrangement of exercise for beginners?

Select one:

a. Work with abdominals then proceed to other muscle groups.

b. Work the large muscle groups first before proceeding to working the smaller muscle
groups

c. Work the small muscle groups first then proceed to the smaller muscle groups

d. Work with the upper body muscle groups first then proceed to the lower body
muscle groups.

Among the exercises below, what exercise targets the upper body?

Select one:

a. Tricep Extension

b. Crunches

c. Lunges

d. Planks

Psychoactive drugs do not directly damage the brain when a person intakes them.

Select one:

True
False

The sequence of a correct training program is: Warm-up, Main-set, Stretching, &
Cool-down.

Select one:

True

False

Most eating disorders are caused by negative body image.

Select one:

True

False

Pregnant women should exercise because they need to strengthen their bodies and
prepare it for the baby’s delivery.

Select one:

True

False

Main-set exercises typically lasts more than two hours.

Select one:

True

False

General aerobic exercises are the most effective for fat burning.

Select one:

True

False

Positive attitudes are also developed through being physically fit and active.

Select one:

True

False

All of the following food sources are rich in protein EXCEPT:


Select one:

a. Pork

b. Apples

c. Fish

d. Chicken

The shaft is the part of the bone that gives its elongated shape and is usually the
structure of the legs and arms.

Select one:

True

False

This is a type of nutrient that is composed of inorganic elements which the body needs
but only in very small amounts.

Select one:

a. Proteins

b. Carbohydrates

c. Fats

d. Minerals

The healthiest method to gauge your progress is by weighing yourself.

Select one:

True

False

This principle is also known as the "use it or lose it" principle, where fitness is lost once
exercise ceases.

Select one:

a. Variation

b. Retrogression

c. Individualization

d. Reversibility
Bad habits like smoking, drinking, and overeating put the heart at risk for different
diseases.

Select one:

True

False

A regular resting heart rate for individuals who are not athletes usually range from
120-150 beats per minute.

Select one:

True

False

Smoking is the largest preventable cause of illness and premature death and is
hazardous to everyone’s health.

Select one:

True

False

There is an available special exercise, diet, cream, and device for getting rid of cellulites
and fats.

Select one:

True

False

Refers to pain along or just behind the tibial bone.

Select one:

a. Muscle Cramps

b. Muscle Soreness

c. Chafing

d. Shin splints

People with asthma should exercise to improve their lung's strength and oxygen
capacity.
Select one:

True

False

A health-related fitness component that is directly related to the skill-related fitness


component of power.

Select one:

a. Flexibility

b. CV Endurance

c. Muscular Strength

d. Body Composition

A part of the circuit training which focuses on building muscular strength and
endurance on the upper body muscle groups.

Select one:

a. Shoulder Press

b. Squats

c. Crunches

d. Planks

All of the following are prevention and treatments for chafing EXCEPT:

Select one:

a. Wear synthetic

b. Avoid tight clothing

c. Avoid cotton materials

d. Apply corn pads

The easiest and most effective abdominal exercise which also targets upper and lower
body's strength and endurance.

Select one:

a. Squats

b. Crunches
c. Planks

d. Shoulder Press

Percent recommendation for daily carbohydrate intake.

Select one:

a. 35-40%

b. 45-65%

c. 20-30%

d. 60-80%

Spot Reduction refers to the assumption that exercising a particular body part reduces
fat in that specific area.

Select one:

True

False

Steam baths contribute to losing excess fat within the body.

Select one:

True

False