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31

what are skin fold measurements made with

skin fold callipers

32

what does the sum of a set of skin folds indicate?

the relative degree of fatness of an individual

33

list 7 circumference sites

- neck
- chest
- hips
- thigh
- calf
- biceps
- abdomen

34

what are 2 ways to measure muscular strength?

1) grip dynometer
2) repetition maximum

35

grip dynamometer is used as an ______ strength test

isometric

36

grip dynamometer is used to measure the grip strength of _______

the hand

37

hand grip strength is correlated with what?

total body strength

38

what does one repetition maximum refer to?

the maximum amount of weight an individual can list just one time

39

values of one repetition maximum can be used from two different exercises...what are they?

bench press or leg press

40

how are strength measure made equitable across weight classes?

by dividing the 1 repetition maximum values by the subjects body weight

41

what are 2 fitness tests to measure muscular power?

1) standing long jump
2) vertical jump

42

what is another name for a vertical jump?

sergeant jump

43

what are 4 fitness tests to measure muscular endurance?

1) YMCA 1 minute sit up test
2) pull ups or flexed arm hang
3) pull ups test
4) continuous burpee test

44

endurance

endurance refers to the ability of skeletal muscle to maintain tension or to execute repeated movements of submaximal resistance over time

45

true or false: not too many muscular endurance tests are practical

FALSE: most tests of muscular endurance are quite practical

46

what are 4 fitness tests to measure flexibility?

1) sit and reach test
2) bridge up test
3) hamstring looseness test
4) total body rotation test

47

flexibility

refers to the range of motion about a joint

48

______ tends to be joint specific

flexibility

49

is there a general test of flexibility?

no, because it tends to be joint specific

50

list 3 fitness tests that measure agility

1) burpee test
2) CAHPER shuttle run
3) hexagonal obstacle test

51

agility

the physical ability that enables rapid and precise change of body position and direction

52

what are 3 sports that specifically need agility?

judo, wrestling, and badminton