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Where does the tricuspid valve prevent backflow of blood?
Which of the following occurs during ventricular systole in the heart?
Which of the following initiates the heart’s nerve impulses?
What is peripheral artery disease?
The formation of fatty deposits in the walls of the coronary blood vessels is called:
Which of the following activities is contraindicated for a client with hypertension?
The Valsalva Manoeuvre
Running too much too soon increases the risk of which of the following conditions?
Which of the following is a significant benefit of regular aerobic exercise on cardiovascular health?
Which of the following readings describes normal blood pressure?
Which of the following training types would most likely lower blood pressure in the long term?
Which of the following represents the flow of blood around the body?
Which of the following correctly identifies the order of muscle structure from largest to smallest?
The organelle responsible for storing calcium ions in muscle fibres is called:
Which of the following accurately describes an aspect of muscle contraction?
Which of the following activities strongly activates Type 2b motor units?
What is the effect of regular long distance running on muscle?
The point of origin of the biceps brachii muscle attaches to which of the following bones?
The origin of the biceps femoris is attached to what bone?
What muscles inserts on to the olecranon process
What is the name of the large muscle located on the anterior aspect of the torso?
What is the name of a plane of movement that vertically splits the body into front and back parts?
Which of following joint movements occurs the sagittal plane?
What is the concentric action hamstring muscles?
What is the concentric action of the rectus abdominis muscle?
What type of joint has the most movement?
What joint has the highest injury risk due to its structure?
What are the three components of a lever system?
The calf raise exercise is an example of which of the following lever systems?
The shoulder girdle is capable of which of the following movements?
What action is occurring if the angle between two body part is decreasing?
Which of the following statements is correct about the female pelvis?
What is the primary function of the ligamentum flavum ligament?
Core stability exercise aims to targets which of the following muscles?
What is a feature of the outer unit muscles?
Which of the following is part of the ‘local’ or inner unit group of muscles?
The posterior oblique sling includes which of the following muscle groups?
Which of the following best represents the ideal posture when assessing posture using a plumb line?
Which of the following best identifies upper and lower crossed syndrome?
Which of the following causes of postural deviation is a modifiable factor?
Insufficient stabilisation of the spine is associated with the risk of which of the following?
Which of the following exercise strategies could improve postural kyphosis?
Which of the following is true regarding ballistic stretching exercise?
Which of the following best describes the role of the central nervous system?
Which of the following is an example of the response function of the nervous system?
What is the name given to the branched projections on the cell body of a neuron?
What is the role of the myelin sheath in neurotransmission?
What is the primary role of a motor unit?
Muscle rate coding involves
What is the Henneman size principle?
What is the function of a muscle spindle?
Simultaneous excitatory and inhibitory muscle activity is known as
The stretch-shortening cycle (SSC) involves
The eccentric phase during the stretch-shortening cycle is referred to as the
Which of the following is a neuromuscular adaptation to exercise?
How does improved neuromuscular coordination benefit exercise performance?
Energy metabolism, reproduction, growth, and development are controlled by which body system?
Endocrine glands secrete
The gland located at the base of the throat is called the
What is the name of the gland located just superior to the kidneys?
Growth hormone is synthesised in the
What is the role of growth hormone?
Which hormone is responsible for the uptake of glucose from the blood into cells?
The chemical energy powering muscle contraction is called
Glycolysis is a biological process involving
Under anaerobic conditions pyruvate is converted to
Which of the following activities predominately uses the ATP-PC system?
Muscle fatigue is caused by which of the following by-products?
What is the primary energy system used for all-out maximal effort lasting one minute?
Which of the following best describes the percentage contribution of each energy system for an athlete running continuously for five minutes?
What area of the body is the femur is located?
What bone supports the shoulder by functioning as a strut?
What is the primary function of a flat bone?
The sternum fits into which of bone classification?
Which of the following is true regarding bone growth?
Which of the following are true regarding bone cells?
Which of the following best states the stages of bone remodelling?
What advice would you give to increase bone density?
Which of the following activities is best for increasing bone density?
What is a potential effect on the spine from abdominal obesity?