LET: MAPEH Part 21

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MAPEH Part 21

1. Goal settings is a mechanism that helps one to understand his/her potential and to feel satisfied with its results. Thus, in goal – setting to enhance personal fitness, the first step is to assess current level of _____.

a. motivation

b. fitness

c. readiness

d. current level of understanding

Answer: d

2. What will happen to muscles when exposed to more stress such as resistance training?

a. Muscles get weaker and increase in size.

b. Muscles get weaker and decrease in size.

c. Muscles get stronger and decrease in size.

d. Muscles get stronger and decrease in size.

Answer: c

3. Which among the functions of the skeletal system is responsible for improved performance?

a. Skeleton provides framework and shape to the body.

b. Skeleton protects the internal organs of the body.

c. Bone marrow produces red blood cells and platelets

d. Skeleton acts as lever.

Answer: d

4. How do muscles work to produce movement?

a. Pair of muscles acts in opposite directions.

b. Pair of muscles acts towards the same direction.

c. Pair of muscles pulls each other.

d. Pair of muscles pushes each other.

Answer: c

5. In Sepak Takraw, which muscle group is responsible when hitting the ball using the thigh?

a. Harmstrings

b. Triceps

c. Quadriceps

d. Gluteus maximus

Answer: a

6. Which of the following statements does NOT describe the benefits of physical activity?

a. Reduced risk of heart attack and blood pressure

b. Good sense of body image

c. Good chance of winning in a sport competition

d. Meeting new friends

Answer: c

7. Goal setting is a mechanism that helps one to understand his/ her potential and to feel satisfied with its results. Thus, in goal – setting to enhance personal fitness, the first step to assess current level of ______.

a. motivation

b. fitness

c. readiness to affect change

d. current level of understanding about fitness

Answer: b

8. If you want to determine your fitness program parameters which should you do first?

a. Get a physical examination to identify any physical limitations

b. Construct your fitness plan

c. Commit yourself to your fitness plan

d. Figure out how much time you can have to work outs.

Answer: a

9. If you want to have personalized fitness training program, which should you do first?

a. Determine your fitness program parameters

b. Select specific physical activities for your fitness program

c. Record your Fitness Training Plan

d. Evaluate your faithfulness to your fitness program.

Answer: a

10. How much time should you devote to work outs?

a. Depends on your fitness goals and current level of physical fitness

b. About 150 minutes total of physical activity per week

c. About 200 minutes total of physical activity per week

d. Depends on your age

Answer: a

11. Should you include dietary changes in you personal fitness plan?

a. Yes, no more salty foods.

b. Yes, no more meat

c. Depends on your fitness goals

d. No, the work out will overcome affect of poor diet.

Answer: c

12. Why is it necessary to established your specific goals for personal fitness? Because you goal determine the ______.

I. types of exercise you should build into your plan

II. amount of time  you will need to exercise

III. significant dietary changes, if necessary

a. II and III

b. I and II

c. I only

d. I, II and III

Answer: d

13. For strength training which are convenient tools?

I. Weight machine

II. Dumbbells

III. Exercise balls

IV. Resistance bands

a. I, II and III and IV

b. I, II and III

c. II and III

d. I and II

Answer: a

14. Which are strength routines that do not require equipments?

I. Push-ups

II. Yoga

III. Dumbbells

IV. Dance workout with video

a. I and II

b. I, II, III and IV

c. I only

d. II and IV

Answer: a

15. Which is NOT part of cardio routines?

a. Jogging

b. Weight machines

c. Jump rope

d. Dance workout videos

Answer: b

16. Which type of gymnastics event combines gymnastics, dance, ballet and apparatus manipulation?

a. Men’s Artistic Gymnastics

b. Rhythmic Gymnastics

c. Women Artistic Gymnastics

d. None of the above

Answer: b

17. In gymnastics, safety is of primary concern. What should a performer fo when he/she loses balance in a a stunt?

a. Land with bended knees

b. Land on both feet

c. Stand straight

d. Roll out

Answer: d

18. Spotting has a twofold purpose. First is the performer’s safety and prevention of injury and second, is the guiding performer to help develop body awareness. Which among the roles of a spotter is the most difficult to perform?

a. To prevent a hazardous fall

b. To help develop self confidence

c. To help support the body weight

d. To assist performer carry out the stunts

Answer: a

19, In a spike position, the body is fully bent forward at the hips while legs are kept straight. Pike can be performed in three positions. What are they?

  1. Walking Position
  2. Lying Position
  3. Sitting Position
  4. Standing Position

a. 1, 2 and 3

b. 2, 3 and 4

c. 1, 3 and 4

d. 1, 2 and 4

Answer: b

20. What contribution of Friedrich Ludwig jahn of Germany made him the “father of modern gymnastics”?

a. He develop the bars (side, horizontal and parallel, balance beam and jumping events.

b. He included physical exercises with other forms of instruction

c. He develop a more graceful form of the sport.

d. He invented more than 20 pieces of apparatus.

Answer: a