Can someone please check my answers??? Im not sure with them, pleaseee help… Question 1(Multiple Choice Worth 5 points) <

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Can someone please check my answers??? Im not sure with them, pleaseee help…

Question 1(Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(01.04 MC)

Jon currently skates three miles a day, two days a week at a skating rink. How can he increase the intensity of his skating?

Start skating five days a week*
Start skating in hilly areas
Switch to skating four miles each day
Add 10 minutes to each skating session

Question 2(Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(01.04 LC)

In addition to specificity, which training principle is included in the SPORT training strategy?

Progress*
Tenacity
Retention
Overexertion

Question 3(Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(01.04 LC)

Increasing the physical demands on the body over time to improve abilities is known as ________.

reversibility
increased intensity
muscular strength*
progressive overload

Question 4(Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(01.04 LC)

Health-related fitness components include cardiorespiratory endurance, flexibility, ________, and muscular strength.

agility
balance
body composition*
reaction time

Question 5(Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

(01.04 MC)

José currently runs for an hour a day but would like to increase his upper body strength. Which FITT principle does he need to adjust to reach this goal?

Time
Frequency
Type*
Intensity

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Cora 3 months 2022-02-24T19:24:42+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

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    2022-02-24T19:26:18+00:00

    1. Start skating in hilly areas

    Skating in hilly areas would make it harder for Jon to move forward since the angle make the gravity works against him. This mean that by skating in hilly areas, Jon would increase the intensity of his skating because he use more muscle strength and energy.

    2. Progress

    In sport principle, progress refers to the ability of the person to increase his/her performance in doing the sport-related activities.

    For example, let’s say that in the beginning of the training you could only run for 1 mile before running out of breath. If by the end of the training program you can run for 5 miles before running out of breath, we can say that you are experiencing a progress.

    3.progressive overload

    Progressive overload refers to the gradual increase of efforts or stress that being put on your body in order to increase your physical abilities.

    Progressive overload is aimed to make your body start to adapt to new challenges (which harder than your previous capacity). If this being done over a long period of time, your body will keep developing and adapting to make it able to do better performance compared to what you’ve done in the past.

    4. body composition

    Body composition in fitness refers to the percentages of muscle, water, bones, and fat that a person has in his/her body.

    Different body composition is required for different type of Sports. But, the majority of sports tend to be dominated by athletes that have lower fat and high muscle mass in their body.

    5. Type

    in the FITT principle, type refers to The type of exercise that you do to achieve your goal. From the example above, we know that Jose wants to increase his upper body strength.

    In order to achieve this, Jose needs to do types of exercises that specifically target upper body strength, such as pull ups, squats, Rowing, etc.

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