Chapter 4 Lesson Quizzes- Physical Activity for Life Lesson Quiz 11 Chapter 4, Lesson 1 I. Directions: Match each definition in the left column with the correct term. 1. A decrease in bone density, producing fragile bones 2. Any form of movement that causes your body to use energy 3. The ability to carry out daily tasks easily and have enough reserve energy to respond to unexpected demands 4. The process by which your body gets energy from food a. metabolism, b. osteoporosis, c. physical activity, d. physical fitness II. Directions: Using information found in the lesson, complete the following lists. List three possible negative results of a sedentary lifestyle. 5. 6. 7. List three possible positive results of a physically active lifestyle. 8. 9. 10. Lesson Quiz 12 Chapter 4, Lesson 2 I. Directions: In the space provided, write the letter of the choice that best completes the statement. 1. A step test is a good way to measure a. flexibility. c. body composition. b. cardiorespiratory endurance. d. muscular strength. 2. Isometric exercise, isotonic exercise, and isokinetic exercise are all forms of a. resistance exercise. c. flexibility exercise. b. aerobic exercise. d. anaerobic exercise. 3. Running, cycling, swimming, and dancing are all examples of a. resistance exercise. c. flexibility exercise. b. aerobic exercise. d. anaerobic exercise. 4. A good way to determine your general level of flexibility is to a. use a skinfold caliper. c. check your arm hang score. b. take a step test. d. use a sit and reach test. 5. Body composition is the ratio of a. body fat to lean body tissue. b. lean body tissue to total body tissue. c. muscle strength to endurance. d. body fat to total body tissue. II. Directions: Read each statement carefully. If the statement is true, place a plus (+) in the space provided. If the statement is false, cross out the italicized word(s) and write the correct word(s) in the space provided. 6. Regular gentle stretching helps improve bone strength. 7. Lifting free weights is a form of isotonic exercise. 8. Muscular endurance is the amount of force a muscle can exert. 9. Any purposeful, planned physical activity that improves fitness is endurance. 10. The ability of the heart, lungs and blood vessels to work efficiently during long periods of activity is cardiorespiratory endurance. Lesson Quiz 13 Chapter 4, Lesson 3 I. Directions: In the space provided, write the term from the list that best completes the statement. 1. The first stage in any physical activity routine should be the ______________________. 2. _____________________________decreases when a person becomes physically fit. 3. You should perform a_________________ to prepare your muscles for a return to the resting state. 4. _____________________________is a measure of how often you perform an activity. 5. The _________________________is the portion of the exercise program when activity is at its peak. 6. Many sports require ______________, a variety of exercise routines that work different body systems. cool-down, cross training, frequency, resting heart rate, warm-up, workout II. Directions: Using information found in the lesson, complete the following list. List the four elements of the F.I.T.T. formula. 7. 8. 9. 10. Lesson Quiz 14 Chapter 4, Lesson 4 I. Directions: Match each phrase with the correct group of words or phrases . Write the letter in the space provided. 1. Side effects of anabolic steroid consumption 2. Safety tips for all sports and training 3. Symptoms of dehydration 4. Safety tips for water sports 5. Side effects of getting too little rest a. dizziness, fatigue, muscle cramps b. have a health screening, obey rules and restrictions c. sterility, hair loss, acne d. slowed reaction time, forgetfulness, irritability e. avoid drugs and alcohol, learn to swim II. Directions: Read each statement carefully. If the statement is true, place a plus (+) in the space provided. If the statement is false, cross out the italicized word(s) and write the correct word(s) in the space provided. 6. Nutrition is taking in fluids so your body can function properly. 7. It is illegal to use anabolic steroids without a prescription. 8. You should never swim alone. 9. On average, teens need less than eight hours of sleep every night to function at their best. 10. Herbal supplements can substitute for healthy eating. Lesson Quiz 15 Chapter 4 Lesson 5 I. Directions: In the space provided, write the letter of the choice that best completes the statement. 1. A minor injury that might result from physical activity is a a. fracture. c. muscle cramp. b. concussion. d. dislocation. 2. A sprain is an injury to a a. tendon. c. muscle. b. bone. d. ligament. 3. The R.I.C.E. procedure is useful for a. hypothermia. c. hot-weather health problems. b. major injuries. d. minor injuries. 4. Staying hydrated during physical activity is important a. only during hot weather. c. only during cold weather. b. in all types of weather. d. during air quality alerts. 5. Whitening of the skin and lack of feeling are early warnings of a. hyperthermia. c. frostbite. b. hypothermia. d. cataracts. II. Directions: Using information found in the lesson, complete the following lists. List three hot-weather health problems. 6. 7. 8. List two cold-weather health problems. 9. 10.