Chapter 5: Understanding the ACE Integrated Fitness Training® Model

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Chapter 5: Understanding the ACE Integrated Fitness Training® Model quiz
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Question 1

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The following list presents the four phases of the functional movement and resistance training component of the ACE IFT Model in their proper order. Stability and mobility training Movement training Load training Performance training
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 2

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During what phase of the functional movement and resistance training component of the ACE IFT Model is the application of external resistance to functional movement patterns a primary focus?
Answer
  • Stability and mobility training
  • Movement training
  • Load training
  • Performance training

Question 3

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A client who is in the load-training phase of functional movement and resistance training will be working in the anaerobic-endurance training phase of cardiorespiratory training.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 4

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It is essential that personal trainers conduct assessments of muscular strength and endurance before a new client begins a stability and mobility training program.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 5

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During which phase of the functional movement and resistance training component of the ACE IFT Model should assessments of muscular strength and endurance be introduced?
Answer
  • Phase 1
  • Phase 2
  • Phase 3
  • Phase 4

Question 6

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No assessments are recommended during the aerobic-base training phase of cardiorespiratory training.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 7

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What is a PRIMARY goal of introducing interval training during phase 2 of a client’s cardiorespiratory training program?
Answer
  • To improve aerobic endurance by raising the intensity of exercise
  • To add variety to the program to avoid boredom
  • To help the client exercise at intensities beyond the first ventilatory threshold
  • To increase the client’s adherence to the program by improving his or her mood state

Question 8

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A client who is in phase 3 of the cardiorespiratory training component of the ACE IFT Model is beginning to utilize the three-zone training model based on ventilatory threshold. Approximately what percentage of his time should be spent training between VT1 and VT2?
Answer
  • >80%
  • 70–80%
  • 10–20%
  • <10%

Question 9

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Clients working in the anaerobic-power training phase of the ACE IFT Model generally have goals related to _______________.
Answer
  • Long-duration, moderate-intensity events requiring great endurance
  • Long-duration events of a nearly constant speed and intensity
  • Short-duration, high-intensity efforts during longer endurance events
  • Short-duration, high-intensity events requiring explosive power but little endurance

Question 10

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What is the most important goal when working with special-population clientele?
Answer
  • To provide them with initial positive experiences that promote adherence through easily achieved initial successes
  • To move them through the various phases of the ACE IFT Model with the ultimate goal of improving fitness and performance
  • To reach the stage of resistance training during which external loads are introduced, as this will improve their performance of activities of daily living
  • To teach them the importance of daily exercise and continuing with their programs even during times of illness or discomfort
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