Unit Two Double Jeopardy

Double Jeopardy
Chapter 7
Chapter 10
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
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Final Jeopardy
$200 Question from Chapter 7
The respiratory system is made up of what?
$200 Answer from Chapter 7
What is lungs and air passages
$400 Question from Chapter 7
Substances that carries cholesterol
through the blood stream
$400 Answer from Chapter 7
What is Lipoproteins
$300 Question from Chapter 7
Referred to as good cholesterol and carry
excess bad cholesterol out of the blood
stream and into the liver for elimination
from the body
$600 Answer from Chapter 7
What is High Density Lipoproteins
$800 Question from Chapter 7
Give two examples of aerobic activities
and two examples of anaerobic activities
$800 Answer from Chapter 7
Aerobic activities
- Hiking
- Yoga
Anaerobic Activities
- Sprints
- Weight lifting
- Jumping rope
- Jumping
$1000 Question from Chapter 7
Apply the FIT principle for Cardiovascular
$1000 Answer from Chapter 7
Threshold of
Target Zone
3 Days/week
3-6 days/week
50% HRR
60% max HR
50-85% HRR
65-90% maxHR
20 continuous
20-60 continuous
$200 Question from Chapter 10
When supporting tissue around a joint
allows bones to move in ways other
than intended
$200 Answer from Chapter 10
What is Joint Laxity
$400 Question from Chapter 10
A place in the body where bones
come together
$400 Answer from Chapter 10
What is a joint
$600 Question from Chapter 10
Apply the FIT principle for flexiblity
$600 Answer from Chapter 10
Frequency- at least 3 days a week
Intensity- stretch beyond normal length
Time- hold for 15-13 seconds, rest for 10 seconds
$800 Question from Chapter 10
Apply fitness principles to flexibility
$800 Answer from Chapter 10
• Principle of Overload-stretching longer than normal
• Principle of Progression-gradually increasing the
intensity of your stretching
• Principle of Specificity-specific exercises for specific
joints and muscles
• Maintaining Flexibility-continue to move your joints in
the achieved range of motion.
$1000 Question from Chapter 10
What are 4 guidelines for flexibility exercises
$1000 Answer from Chapter 10
Start with a general body warm-up
Use static stretching or PNF when beginning or for general
Do not overstretch or ballistically stretch an injured muscle.
If you do ballistic stretching, do not bounce too far.
Do not stretch joints that are hypermobile, unstable, swollen, or
Do not stretch until you feel pain.
Avoid dangerous exercises.
Avoid stretching muscles that are already overstretched from
poor posture
$200 Question from Chapter 11
One group of repetitions
$200 Answer from Chapter 11
What is a set
$400 Question from Chapter 11
Exercise you gradually or progressively
increase the amount of overload you apply
to the muscles
$400 Answer from Chapter 11
What is Progressive Resistance Exercise
$600 Question from Chapter 11
An increase in muscle size
$600 Answer from Chapter 11
What is Hypertrophy
$800 Question from Chapter 11
Strength adjusted for
your body size
$800 Answer from Chapter 11
What is Relative Strength
$1000 Question from Chapter 11
What are 4 guidelines for resistance training
$1000 Answer from Chapter 11
•Use the three S method.
•Exercise through a full range of motion.
•Always use spotters when working with free weights.
•Start with a moderate program.
•Do not hold your breath when you lift.
•Avoid overhead lifts with free weights.
•Avoid positions that cause the lower back to arch or the
wrists to bend backward.
•Never use weights carelessly.
•Never compete when you do resistance training.
$200 Question from Chapter 12
Physical activity in which short bursts
of high- intensity exercises are
alternated with rest periods
$200 Answer from Chapter 12
What is Interval Training
$400 Question from Chapter 12
A type of training designed to increase
athletic performance using jumping and
hopping and other exercises
$400 Answer from Chapter 12
What is Plyometrics
$600 Question from Chapter 12
Two types of Ergogenic Aids
$600 Answer from Chapter 12
What is Anabolic Steroids,
Andro, and Creatine
$800 Question from Chapter 12
Apply the FIT formula for muscular
$800 Answer from Chapter 12
Target Zone
3 days a week
3-6 days a week
20% 1 RM
20-55% 1 RM
1 set of 11-25
reps for each
1-3 sets of 1125 reps for each
$1000 Question from Chapter 12
Name 4 guidelines for muscular endurance
$1000 Answer from Chapter 12
•Always warm up and stretch gently before exercising.
•Breath normally while exercising.
•Start with low-intensity exercises and progress slowly.
•Use good body mechanics and correct technique.
•Take your time and work rhythmically.
•Always move through a full range of motion.
•Avoid working the same muscles in two consecutive exercises.
•Exercise each specific muscle group.
•Vary your exercise routine to avoid boredom.
•Consider multiple sets.
Final Jeopardy
What are two benefits of physical activity on the
cardiovascular and respiratory systems on the following
Blood Vessels
Final Jeopardy Answer
Heart- gets stronger, pumps more blood with each beat, beats slower,
gets more rest, works more efficiently
Lungs- works more efficiently, deliver more oxygen to blood,
allow deeper and less frequently breathing
Blood Vessels- allow more blood flow, less risk of
atherosclerosis, low blood pressure, less risk of blood clot,
development of extra blood vessels, healthy veins with healthy valves
Muscles- use oxygen efficiently, get rid of more waste,
use blood sugars and insulin more effectively to produce energy