2016.06.29 CSCS Daily Study Question

2016.06.29 CSCS Daily Study Question:

scale
One of your athletes privately tells you that she thinks one of her volleyball teammates might have an eating disorder. At a quick glance, the athlete in question appears to be at a normal weight. Which of the two following types of eating disorders often involve the athlete remaining at normal body weight?
(A) Anorexia Nervosa
(B) Bulimia Nervosa

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2016.06.28 CSCS Daily Study Question

2016.06.28 CSCS Daily Study Question:

cholesterol molecule
One of your clients tells you that he recently had a medical physical exam for work which included a blood test. He wants to know what a desireable level of total cholesterol would be. You tell him that it is desireable for total cholesterol (mg / dL) to be lower than….
(A) 150
(B) 175
(C) 200
(D) 225

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2016.06.27 CSCS Daily Study Question

2016.06.27 CSCS Daily Study Question:

clenbuterol
One of the athletes scheduled to appear as a member of the national team has tested positive for Clenbuterol. Clenbuterol is a(n) __________.
(A) Anabolic Steroid
(B) Beta-Adrenergic Agonist
(C) Essential Amino Acid
(D) Testosterone Precursor

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2016.06.26 CSCS Daily Study Question

2016.06.26 CSCS Daily Study Question:

wrestler
The team’s sport psychologist recommended that Sam focus on “process goals” during practice. Before practice starts, Sam asks you if pinning at least two other wrestlers in today’s practice would be an appropriate process goal.
(A) Yes; that is an appropriate process goal
(B) No; that is not an appropriate process goal

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2016.06.25 CSCS Daily Study Question

2016.06.25 CSCS Daily Study Question:

ripped old man
One of your clients is a 67-year-old male who used to be a competititve triathelete. He complains of not being able to do run and bike the same as when he was younger. You tell him that as people age, a number of changes occur to the body. Which of the following is not one of the typical adaptations of the body to aging?
(A) Decreased metabolic capacity
(B) Decreased muscle fiber size
(C) Increased body fat
(D) Increased bone mineral density

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2016.06.24 CSCS Daily Study Question

2016.06.24 CSCS Daily Study Question:

As one of the strength and conditioning coaches at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, you’ll be dealing with a new crop of athletes arriving today. Many of these athletes come from sea-level altitudes and will need to adjust to the much higher altitude of Colorado Springs. Which of the following is not a normal immediate adjustment to altitude hypoxia?
(A) Hyperventilation
(B) Increased resting cardiac output
(C) Same or slightly lowered heart stroke volume
(D) Submaximal heart rate decrease

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2016.06.23 CSCS Daily Study Question

2016.06.23 CSCS Daily Study Question:

Coach Yamaguchi is the offensive line coach for the junior varsity football team at the high school where you are the head strength and conditioning coach. Coach Yamaguchi says that he needs his players to be able to punch outwards with greater force for the upcoming season. The offensive line is going to be doing much more pass protection this coming season so the players will need to develop more power in their upper body since they won’t be able to use their legs and body weight as much during pass protection. To develop the power that the coach is looking for, you have the offensive line player doing the flat bench press in a ballistic fashion. Which of the following percent of each player’s 1RM would be recommended for your purposes?
(A) 25%
(B) 50%
(C) 75%
(D) 90%

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2016.06.22 CSCS Daily Study Question

2016.06.22 CSCS Daily Study Question:

Studies have shown that blood pressure against arterial walls, during ventricular contraction, decreases as an adaptation of resistance training. Which of the following choices best describes this adaptation?
(A) Asystolic reduction in blood pressure
(B) Diastolic reduction in blood pressure
(C) Systolic reduction in blood pressue

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2016.06.21 CSCS Daily Study Question

2016.06.21 CSCS Daily Study Question:

Which of the following best describes the movement of the lat pulldown?
(A) Abduction of the shoulder
(B) Adduction of the shoulder
(C) External rotation of the shoulder
(D) Internal rotation of the shoulder

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2016.06.20 CSCS Daily Study Question

2016.06.20 CSCS Daily Study Question:

lever
This type of lever has a both the resistive force and the muscle force acting on the same side of a fulcrum. The moment arm of resistive force is smaller than the moment arm of muscular force. Which type of lever is it?
(A) 1st Class Lever
(B) 2nd Class Lever
(C) 3rd Class Lever

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2016.06.19 CSCS Daily Study Question

2016.06.19 CSCS Daily Study Question:

Which of the following set and rep ranges for the back squat is most likely to result in an acute increase in testosterone for adult men?
(A) 3 sets of 1RM load
(B) 4 sets of 10RM load
(C) 5 sets of 20RM load

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2016.06.18 CSCS Daily Study Question

2016.06.18 CSCS Daily Study Question:

exercise anaerobic start
As an athlete begins exercise, some of the energy used is supplied by anaerobic mechanisms. The energy contribution from anaerobic mechanisms is termed the __________.
(A) EPOC
(B) Oxidative System
(C) Oxygen Debt
(D) Oxygen Deficit

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2016.06.17 CSCS Daily Study Question

2016.06.17 CSCS Daily Study Question:

Muscle Cell

Upon microscopic inspection of a muscle cell, you see that the calcium concentration of the sarcoplasm is high and the calcium concentration of the sarcoplasmic reticulum is low. Given these observations, which of the following statements is most accurate?
(A) The A-band of the muscle cell sarcomere has shortened
(B) Acetylcholine is likely present in the adjacent neuromuscular junction
(C) Calcium is currently bound to tropomyosin
(D) Tension within the muscle cell is low

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