Student: Stanley

MASTER Fitness

Which of the following is true about the phase of the army physical readiness training? a. The toughening phase develops foundational fitness and fundamental movements skills that prepare soldiers to transition for the sustaining phase b. The initial conditioning phase prepares soldiers in basic combat training c. The sustaining phase allows soldiers to train outside the parameter of fm7-22 d. The reconditioning phase is designed to restore physical fitness level that enable soldiers to re-enter unit training Which of the following best describes the philosophy of army physical readiness training a. Commanders and other leaders are responsible for training b. Train to develop agile leaders and organizations c. Conduct multi-echelon and concurrent training d. Train as you will fight Which of the following statements is/are true concerning corrective training a. Soldiers performing exercises incorrectly will perform more repetitions until defects are eliminated b. PRT exercises are always used for disciplinary corrective action c. Assistant instructors remove soldiers who need corrective training from the formation to correct mistakes and ensure proper execution d. Each exercise is limited to twenty repetitions for corrective action The primary function of the bone is to a. Keep the eyes level with the horizon b. Produce white blood cells to improve immune response c. Provide a stable foundation for the performance of physical activity d. Produce bone marrow which transports oxygen to the muscle Bone stress is defined as a. A traumatic injury to the bone that cause immediate fracture b. An injury to the bone caused by its inability to adapt to unaccustomed repeated stress c. A rebuilding process within the bone which is a normal response to stress d. And injury to the bone that occurs after a short duration of intense exercise. The bones of the lower extremity include which of the following a. Llium, scapula, radius, and olecranon b. Clavicle, humerus, ulna, fibula c. Femur,tiba, fibia, and tarsals d. Humerus,tarsals, metacarpals and patella Skeletal muscles who primary function is extension of a joint include the a. Biceps, hamstrings, anterior tibialls, and anterior deltoid b. gluteus maximus, quadriceps, triceps and erector spinae c. obliques, retus abdomunus, tansverse and abdomunus, rhomboids d. supraspinatus, subscapularis, teres minor, and infaspinatus Which group of muscles listed below best decribes those in the core a. rectus abdominus, internal oblique, transverse abdominus and external oblique b. infraspinatus,supraspinatus, subscapularis, and teres minor c. Iliopsoas, quadriceps, gluteal, and rhomboids d. Pectorals,erector spinae, gluteus maximus transverse abdominus During the performance of the sit up name the muscle and its function a. Erector spinae and hip flexors-synergist b. Abdominals and hip flexors agonist c. Abdominals and hip flexors antagonist d. Hip extensors and quadriceps agonists Which of the following is/are true abut muscle fibers a. Slow twitch fibers contribute greatly to performance in sprinting and power activities b. Fast twitch fibers contribute greatly to performance in sustained running c. Fiber types will not adapt in their capabilities through specificity of training d. Fiber types will adapt somewhat in their capabilities through specificity of training When looking at a soldier with poor standing posture, the MFT analyses a. Head, chest, pelvis, and knee alignment b. Ear, shoulder, pelvis, and ankle alignment c. Head, shoulder, knee and ankle alignment d. Ear, shoulder, low back and heel alignment What are three major muscle types in a solider? a. Cardiac muscle, skeletal muscle, cartilage b. Skeletal muscle, cartilage, smooth muscle c. Cardiac muscle, smooth muscle, skeletal muscle d. Cartilage, tendons, ligaments PRT incorporates the three inter-related components of training: they are ____, _____ and _____ a. On ground training, combative, and off ground b. Integration precision, progression c. Mobility, endurance, strength d. Toughening sustain, recovery A shoulder that is dislocates and re-sets prior to a doctor resetting is called a. Acromioclavicular (AC) b. Glenohumeral (GH) c. Subluxion d. Dislocation _____should never be compromised for quality of repetitions or speed of movement a. Progression b. Precision c. Integration d. Flexibility The purpose of the _____ is to develop foundational fitness and fundamental movement skills a. Initial conditioning phase b. Toughening phase c. Sustaining phase d. Recovery phase Physical readiness training is a commanders program but the _____ teach and lead the program a. Soldiers b. NCOs c. Officers d. Commandant What army principal of training is being targeted when part of your unit performs climbing drills while the rest of your unit performs conditioning drills? a. Train to maintain b. Multiechelon training c. Train to develop adaptability d. Concurrent training The conduct of army PRT follows the principles of ____,____,and _____ a. On ground, combative, off ground b. Integration, precision, progression c. Mobility, endurance, strength d. Toughening, sustaining, recovery Commanders and PRT leaders need to realize that it takes at least _____ to begin positive changes in physical fitness levels a. 6-8 weeks b. 6-10 weeks c. 4-8 weeks d. 6-8months When a soldier is performing the push up what plane of movement are they moving along a. Tranverse plane b. Orbital plane c. Frontal plane d. Sagittal plane

Budget: $10.00

Due on: April 29, 2020 00:00

Posted: 6 months ago.

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