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Fitness Questions - All Grades

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Grade 8 Fitness
Which of these statements describe the results of exercise?
  1. breathing rate decreases to increase oxygen flow to muscles
  2. breathing rate increases to increase oxygen flow to muscles
  3. breathing rate decreases to reduce oxygen flow to muscles
  4. breathing rate decreases to increase carbon dioxide flow to muscles
Grade 6 Fitness
The ability to do activities for more than a few minutes is
  1. Flexibility
  2. Endurance
  3. Agility
  4. Body Composition
Grade 9 Fitness
Muscular endurance is the
  1. muscles' ability to work for a long time without tiring
  2. same as cardiorespiratory fitness
  3. amount of force a muscle can exert
  4. same as body strength
Grade 10 Fitness
Yoga requires the participant to
  1. breath deeply
  2. practice balance
  3. remain focused
  4. all of the above
Grade 5 Fitness
The ability of your heart and lungs to efficiently move and use oxygen throughout your body over a period of time is called
  1. Body composition
  2. Flexibility
  3. Muscular Strength
  4. Muscular Endurance
  5. Cardiovascular Endurance
Grade 1 Fitness
Which 2 are components of health related fitness?
  1. Breathing and running
  2. Flexibility and muscular strength
  3. Muscular endurance and push-ups
  4. Jogging and swimming
Grade 5 Fitness
Doing push-ups.
  1. aerobic endurance
  2. flexibility
  3. muscular strength
Grade 4 Fitness
The ability of a muscle to work for long periods of time
  1. Muscular Endurance
  2. Cardiovascular Endurance
  3. Muscular Strength
  4. Body Composition
Grade 4 Fitness
The ability of a muscle to use maximum force or how strong a muscle is.
  1. Flexibility
  2. Balance
  3. Muscular Endurance
  4. Muscular Strength
Grade 9 Fitness
To avoid back pain, it is important to have
  1. short back muscles
  2. strong abdominal muscles
  3. short hamstring muscles
  4. strong hip flexor muscles
Grade 9 Fitness
Which muscle is NOT are part of your core?
  1. gluteus maximus
  2. iliopsoas
  3. erector spinae
  4. rectus abdominis
Grade 6 Fitness
Grade 9 Fitness
In order to get the most benefits from exercise with the least amount of risk, you should:
  1. Exercise at a high intensity such as sprinting or running
  2. Exercise at a moderate intensity such as brisk walking, swimming, or cycling
  3. Exercise at a low intensity
  4. The intensity doesn't matter, and has nothing to do with exercise
Grade 7 Fitness
The best fitness foods include all except               
  1. Vegetables
  2. Fruits
  3. Soft drinks
  4. Plenty of water
Grade 5 Fitness
The ability of your joints and muscles to move in their full range of motion is called
  1. Body composition
  2. Flexibility
  3. Muscular Strength
  4. Muscular Endurance
  5. Cardiovascular Endurance
Grade 5 Fitness
The ability to lift or resist weight is called
  1. Body Composition
  2. Flexibility
  3. Muscular Strength
  4. Muscular Endurance
  5. Cardiovascular Endurance
Grade 5 Fitness
The ratio between the amount of muscle on your body to the amount of fat on your body is called
  1. Body composition
  2. Flexibility
  3. Muscular Strength
  4. Muscular Endurance
  5. Cardiovascular Endurance
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