Long & short term effects of exercise
The Physiology of fitness quiz that tests your knowledge of the long and short term effects of exercise on the body systems. 15 Questions.
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What is cardiac hypertrophy?
Enlarging of the skeletal muscles
A heart condition
Enlarging of the cardiac muscle
Ab abnormal heart
What is cardiac output?
The number of times the heart beats per minute
The amount of blood pumped out by the ventricles in a given period of time
An icrease in blood flow as a result of blood pooling
An increase in blood pressure as a result of exercise
What is capillarisation?
An increase in the number of blood vessels
An increase in the volume of blood in the body
A decrease in the number of blood vessels
A decrease in the volume of blood in the body
What is the effect of exercise on the digestive system?
Recovery time after exercise is reduced
It reduces the size of the diaphragm
It increases the size of the cardiac muscle
It strengthens the muscles of the abdomen and digestive organs
What are osteoblasts?
Cells that bring calcium into the bones
Destructive cells that fight off lactic acid
Part of the structure of the abdomen
What is synovial fluid?
Fluid that exists within the heart
A liquid that is secreted from the nasal cavity
Fluid that acts as a lubricant within a joint
A liquid that is secreted from the muscle after exercise
What is the Hyaline cartilage made of
Actin and myosin
What is the technical term for a lower resting heart rate?
What is stroke volume?
The amount of oxygen the lungs produce per breath
The amount of blood pumped per beat of the heart
The amount of blood pumped from the alveoli
The amount of blood the vein pumps to the lungs per minute
What is Mitochondria?
A cell within the muscle structure
Fatty deposits within the artery
A cell within the bone structure
A part of the cardiac muscle chambers
What is vital capacity?
The amount of air that can be forced out of the lungs after a maximal inspiration.
The amount of air that can be inhaled into the lungs after maximal expiration
The amount of blood held within the human body
An increase in the rate of diffusion
Where are the intercostal muscles located?
They are found in the abdomen
They are found inbetween the vertebrae
They are found inbetween the ribs
They are found in the walls of the heart
What does ATP stand for?
Adenosine Tra Phosphate
Adenosinr Tole Phosphate
Adenosine Tri Phosphate
Adenosinr Ti Phosphate
What is the term for a reduction in the size of a muscle?
What is osteoporosis?
Incease in calcium levels within the bone structure
Decrease in bone size
Increase in bone density
Brittle bone desease
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