Aerobic & Anaerobic Exercise, The Effects of Exercise, Levers, Planes & Axes Quiz

1.

A long jumper would mainly require which type of respiration in order to produce energy?

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2.  

Complete the equation for anaerobic respiration. Glucose -> Energy + _______ _______

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3.

Complete the equation for aerobic exercise. Glucose + ­­­­­­­­______ ---> energy + CO2 + water

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4.

Which food source would be most beneficial for creating the energy required for a weight lifter to complete a lift?

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5.

Which energy source releases energy slowly, aiding performers within endurance events?

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6.

What is an immediate effect of exercise on the cardio-respiratory system?

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7. What is cardiac output?

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8.

What is long term effect of exercise on the musculo-skeletal system?

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9. What is a long term effect of exercise on the cardio-respiratory system?

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10.

What is cardiac hypertrophy?

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11. The load can be found in the middle of which of the following lever systems?

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12.

A calf raise can be classed as a second class lever system. What is the fulcrum?

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13.

Performing a bicep curl would involve using which lever system?

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14.

Throwing a dart requires the contraction of the tricep. What is the lever system used when throwing a dart?

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15. A lever has a mechanical advantage when....

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16.

A forward roll takes place within which plane of movement?

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17.

A cartwheel takes place within which plane of movement?

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18.

What is the axis being shown in the diagram above?

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19. Moving through the transverse (horizontal) plane, would allow which of the following movements?

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20.

The gymnast is moving through which plane in this short clip?

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