Which of the following is NOT a common manifestation of atherosclerosis?
During a workout, you notice that a client displays a sudden lack of coordination and balance and, when asked, reports trouble seeing. What is the MOST likely cause of these symptoms?
A client’s physician provides the following guideline regarding the intensity of exercise for a new client: “An RPE of 11 to 16 (6 to 20 scale) is the preferred exercise intensity.” With which condition is this client MOST likely coping?
Type 2 diabetes
A male client brings a form from his primary care physician reporting the following test results:
Waist circumference: 41 inches
Triglycerides: 140 mg/dL
HDL cholesterol: 38 mg/dL
Blood pressure: 128/80 mmHg
Fasting blood glucose: 93 mg/dL
This client currently has the metabolic syndrome.
A client’s physician provides the following guideline regarding the mode of exercise for a new client: “Swimming is the recommended mode of exercise; upper-body resistance training exercises are not appropriate.” With which of the following conditions is this client MOST likely coping?
Weightbearing and resistance-training activities are MOST important for clients with which of the following diseases or disorders?
For clients with which of the following diseases or disorders is it MOST important to develop a “regular” pattern of activity that does not result in post-activity malaise?
Chronic fatigue syndrome
How often should low-back exercises be performed in order to yield the maximum benefit?
When programming exercise to help a client reduce low-back pain, it is most important to focus on muscular strength, as opposed to muscular endurance.
Overweight or obese clients who are seeking to lose weight should perform a MINIMUM of _____ minutes of moderate-intensity exercise each week.