Flashcards in PT Test 2 Deck (20):
Which of the following is also known as the Trunk Flexion Test?
What is the order of stretching techniques from lowest risk of injury to highest risk of injury?
Slow static; proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation; ballistic
Which of the following joints has the greatest range of motion, and involves the greatest number of
What change may occur between heart rate and blood pressure as a result of chronic exercise?
Resting heart rate and resting blood pressure are reduced
Which of the following is a result of chronic aerobic training?
Decreased plasma triglyceride levels
Mitral valve prolapse is a condition which primarily affects the
What action is involved in the concentric phase of the biceps curl?
Flexion at the elbow
Cardiac output is a product of heart rate multiplied by ___________.
Which of the following best describes the symptoms that occur at 24-48 hours after a single bout
of intensive exercise?
Delayed onset muscle soreness
Which principle of training best describes a previously active client, who has been ill and bedridden
for a prolonged period of time?
If you are palpating the thumb side of the forearm in the wrist area, what pulse are you checking?
What is the correct order of the regions of the spinal column, from superior to inferior?
Cervical, thoracic, lumbar,sacral, and coccyx
Which muscle is an antagonist of the hamstrings?
Which of the following physiological changes does NOT occur when a client improves aerobic
A. The muscles will be able to extract more oxygen from the blood.
B. Total lung volume will increase in proportion to the total accumulated time of high-intensity
C. The oxygen carrying capacity of the blood will increase.
D. The amount of air the lungs can take in will increase because of increases in the rate and depth
As the intensity of dynamic exercise increases, which of the following sets of responses occurs?
Heart rate and systolic blood pressure increase, diastolic pressure remains unchanged.
From a seated position, with dumbbells to the sides, raising the dumbbells laterally to shoulder
level with elbows slightly flexed, exercises primarily the _______:
What is the major muscle used to flex the hip joint?
A subject with elbows held at 90 degrees of flexion is handed a 150 lb (68.1kg) barbell. Even
though he exerts maximal tension, the barbell causes the joint angle to increase to 170 degrees.
Which one of the following describes the muscle action during the extension?
Type II muscle fibers:
Are recruited at a higher percentage of maximum force than Type I fibers.