MCQ of Muscle Strength is the 14 chapter of Kinesiology by Dena Gardiner book
What is the primary unit of measurement for muscle strength?
- A. Joules.
- B. Watts.
- C. Newtons.
- D. Pounds.
Which of the following muscle types is primarily responsible for generating strength and power in the human body?
- A. Smooth muscle.
- B. Cardiac muscle.
- C. Skeletal muscle.
- D. Connective tissue.
In kinesiology, what is the term for the maximum force that a muscle or group of muscles can generate during a single maximal contraction?
- A. Endurance.
- B. Power.
- C. Strength.
- D. Flexibility.
Which muscle group is often targeted to improve upper body strength in exercises like bench presses and push-ups?
- A. Quadriceps.
- B. Hamstrings.
- C. Deltoids.
- D. Pectorals.
What is the primary goal of muscle strength training in the context of fitness and rehabilitation?
- A. To decrease muscle mass.
- B. To promote joint stiffness.
- C. To restore or enhance muscle function and strength.
- D. To increase cardiovascular endurance.
Kinesiology MCQ: Chapter 14 Joint Mobility
Which type of muscle contraction occurs when the muscle generates tension but remains at a constant length?
- A. Isotonic.
- B. Isometric.
- C. Concentric.
- D. Eccentric.
When training for muscle strength, which repetition range is typically recommended for performing heavy lifts with maximal effort?
- A. 3-5 repetitions.
- B. 10-12 repetitions.
- C. 20-25 repetitions.
- D. 50-60 repetitions.
Which factor primarily contributes to muscle hypertrophy, the increase in muscle size and strength?
- A. Stretching exercises.
- B. High-repetition, low-weight exercises.
- C. Proper nutrition and protein intake.
- D. Cardiovascular conditioning.
In the context of muscle strength, what is the term for the decrease in muscle mass and strength that occurs due to disuse or inactivity?
- A. Atrophy.
- B. Hypertrophy.
- C. Isotonic contraction.
- D. Eccentric exercise.
- What role does rest and recovery play in muscle strength training?
- A. Rest is unnecessary in strength training.
- B. Recovery allows the muscles to repair and grow stronger.
- C. Rest should be minimized to maximize strength gains.
- D. Recovery only affects cardiovascular fitness.