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1.What does the skeleton not provide
A) The skeleton provides oxygen for the working muscles
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2. What must air pass through before entering the bronchi?
D) Trachea
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3. An immediate effect of exercise
D) increase in heart rate
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4. What does HIIT stand for?
B) High Intensity Interval Training
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What performer relies on agility?
D) Tennis Player
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The wall toss tests what component of fitness?
C) Coordination
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What type of training would you alter the terrain and speed for?
B) Fartlek
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Rugby player throws ball (lineout). What type of joint is he using?
synovial hinge joint
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Rugby player throws ball (lineout). What is the agonist muscle?
tricep
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Rugby player throws ball (lineout). What type of contraction is he using?
concentric
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Type of lever at the elbow when throwing the ball?
First Class Lever
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How does the mechanics of breathing change over a long span of exercise?
The body becomes more efficient at using oxygen, as well as ridding the body of metabolic byproducts. Working muscles become more proficient at extracting fresh oxygen from blood.
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2. What must air pass through before entering the bronchi?

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D) Trachea

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3. An immediate effect of exercise

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4. What does HIIT stand for?

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What performer relies on agility?

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