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  1. CVD Risk Factor defining criteria: Dyslipidemia
  2. CVD Risk Factor defining criteria: Obesity
  3. Do you need to take any action when working with high risk clients?
  4. CVD Risk Factor defining criteria: HTN
  5. What is the recommended frequency for aerobic exercise?
  6. Muscular training should have a minimum of how many sets?
  7. "Which of the water-soluble vitamins must be consumed on a daily basis?"
  8. CVD Risk Factor defining criteria: Sedentary Lifestyle
  9. What is the general prescription for resistance training?
  10. What is the recommendation for neuromuscular exercise?
  11. What is a partnership?
  12. What is the "agonist-antagonist rule"?
  13. Can a CPT administer supplements?
  14. CVD Risk Factor defining criteria: Family Hx
  15. What is NOT true regarding the psychological benefits of regular exercise in the elderly?"
  16. What is the general prescription for resistance training intensity?
  17. Describe "SAID"
  18. CVD Risk Factor defining criteria: Prediabetes
  19. What should you do with client training cards at the end of the session?
  20. How many people are typically named on a start up list for a CPT?
  21. How do you convert kg into lbs?
  22. What is agility?
  23. How many k/cals are lost by walking 1 mile?
  24. "You have examined your patient's health screening documents and obtained physiologic resting measurements and you decide to proceed with a single session of fitness assessments. Identify the recommended order of administration."
  25. What does ACSM recommend for exercise intensity with %HRmax?
  26. What are some tests that you can do for the endurance test?
  27. What is sole proprietorship?
  28. How often should resistance training be done?
  29. What is a independent contractor?
  30. What is the anatomy of the warm-up?
  31. What is a sale?
  32. "To determine program effectiveness, psychological theories provide a conceptual framework for assessment and what?"
  33. What are the Four E's that you should consider when charging a client for services?
  34. "In which stage of motivational readiness is a person who is an irregular exerciser?"
  35. What are some tests that you can do for muscular power?
  36. "Establishing specific expectations of what you are willing to do as a counselor and staying focused on exercise and physical activity issues and behavioral skills related to exercise are strategies for handling which type of participant?"
  37. What is considered high risk?
  38. "When exercise training children, increasing the rate of training intensity more than approximately _____% per week increases the likelihood of overuse injuries of bone."
  39. Ture or False: "Between 1 and 2 min are recommended for an adequate cool-down."
  40. What is considered moderate risk?
  41. CVD Risk Factor defining criteria: HDL (negative effects)
  42. CVD Risk Factor defining criteria: Age
  43. "Most sedentary people who begin an exercise program are likely to stop within how many months?
  44. "From question 97, how much weight will she lose in 26 wk if she integrated a 1-mi walk three times per week into her weight loss program?" (8.9-9lbs already lost)
  45. What does ACSM recommend for exercise intensity with %VO2maxR?
  46. What frequency should an individual stretch?
  47. "Modifiable primary risk factors for CAD include what?
  48. "Which of the following is an example of increasing self-efficacy by setting several short-term goals to attain a long-term goal?"
  49. "A 35-yr-old woman reduced her caloric intake by 1,200 kcal wk1. How much weight will she lose in 26 wk?"
  50. Can a CPT diagnosis medically?
  51. "What is the planning tool that addresses the organization's short- and long-term goals; identifies the steps needed to achieve the goals; and gives the time line, priority, and allocation of resources to each goal?"
  52. "Regular exercise will result in what chronic adaptation in cardiac output (CO) during exercise at the same workload?"
  53. How do you convert height to m^2?
  54. CVD Risk Factor defining criteria: Smoking
  55. How do you calculate BMI?
  56. "While assessing the behavioral changes associated with an exercise program, which of the following would be categorized under the cognitive process of the Transtheoretical Model?"
  57. "Which of the following personnel is responsible for program design as well as implementation of that program?"
  58. "Which of the following statements best describes capital budgets?"
  59. How many k/cals are there in 1 pound?
  60. What two things must a CPT have? (Certs)
  61. How would you risk stratify the following client ("HDL <40 mg; current smoker; BMI <28"?
  62. What type of muscle stretching can cause residual muscle soreness, is time consuming, and typically requires a partner?"
  63. Do you need to take any action when working with mod risk clients?
  64. What is considered low risk?
  65. What are the six basic business models?
  1. a Two or more people working together
  2. b "sole proprietorship, independent contractor, partnership, corporation, S corporation, and limited liability company (LLC)."
  3. c no change
  4. d Education
  5. e Asymptomatic with less than 2 risk factors
  6. f 8.9 or 9 lbs
  7. g "An application of cognitive-behavioral principles"
  8. h The ability of the muscle to do the work specific to the task (ie high reps for high rep activity)
  9. i yes, you need medical exam clearance from a doctor for vigorous exercise but that is it.
  10. j "Vitamins B complex and C"
  11. k 64%-70% and 94%
  12. l "Obesity, diabetes mellitus (DM), tobacco smoking, and sedentary lifestyle"
  13. m an agreement between the client and the CPT
  14. n You should work agonist and antagonist muscles equally (ie back extensors and trunk flexors)
  15. o no
  16. p "Include the costs of equipment and building or facility expense
  17. q Current smoker, smoker who has quit in the past 6 months, exposure to smoke 2-hand.
  18. r Asymptomatic with greater than 2 risk factors
  19. s No
  20. t CPR/AED, and liability insurance if not through the facility
  21. u 5-10 minutes of low-moderate level exercise
  22. v " the ability to change the position of the body in space with speed and accuracy"
  23. w greater than 60 (subtract a risk factor
  24. x "Self-reevaluation"
  25. y 2-3 times per week,
  26. z One person owns the buisness
  27. aa "Stimulates appetite"
  28. ab PNF
  29. ac 8-12 reps, on 2-3 times per week ranging from 1-2 sets (sometimes 3 for advance athletics)
  30. ad false
  31. ae Height (in inches) x 0.0254
  32. af Glucose greater than 100 but less than 125
  33. ag "Preparation-Preparation is an individual who is planning for or irregularly exercising, whereas the stage of action represents a person who is currently exercising."
  34. ah Men>45, women>55
  35. ai 2-3 times per week
  36. aj 3500
  37. ak Moderate Risk
  38. al 10%
  39. am Manager or director
  40. an Not participating in at least 30 min of mod level exercise (40%-60% VO2R on at least 3 days of the week for 3 months.
  41. ao Weight (kg)/ height in M^2)
  42. ap 11
  43. aq yes for everything you do you need to have MD supervision, Exercise Rec. testing and a clearance medical exam prior to initiating exercise
  44. ar Symptomatic or with known CVD, Pulmonary, renal, or metabolic disease
  45. as Cardiovascular compromise or death in father or first degree male relative before 55; or women under 65.
  46. at Systolic pressure greater than 140 or diastolic greater than 90 (taken on two measurements) or on anti-HTN medications
  47. au 2-4
  48. av provide other services to facilities or businesses (health clubs)
  49. aw 100
  50. ax LDL greater than 130, or HDL less than 40 (or if on lipid lowering medication.
  51. ay BMI greater than 30 or waist girth greater than 102 (40in) for men and 88cm (35in) for women
  52. az Strategic Plan
  53. ba 2-3 times per week (10 minutes per session)
  54. bb "Body composition, cardiorespiratory fitness, muscular fitness, and flexibility"
  55. bc 100-500
  56. bd "1-minute timed tests of curl-ups, push-ups to fatigue, or maximal amount of repetitions that can be performed at a given percentage of the 1RM load"
  57. be "Application of cognitive-behavioral or motivational principles"
  58. bf kg=lbs/2.2
  59. bg 3-6
  60. bh put them in a "locked cabinet"
  61. bi 40-60% and 89%
  62. bj "medicine ball 'put' for the upper body power assessment and the vertical jump test or standing long jump for the lower body muscular power assessment"
  63. bk 60-80% of One rep max
  64. bl 3-5x/week
  65. bm Needy Client