Kinesiology MCQ’s of Dena gardiner (Chapter 15: Muscle Strength)


MCQ of Muscle Strength is the 14 chapter of Kinesiology by Dena Gardiner book

What is the primary unit of measurement for muscle strength?

  1. A. Joules.
  2. B. Watts.
  3. C. Newtons.
  4. D. Pounds.

Which of the following muscle types is primarily responsible for generating strength and power in the human body?

  1. A. Smooth muscle.
  2. B. Cardiac muscle.
  3. C. Skeletal muscle.
  4. 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?

  1. A. Endurance.
  2. B. Power.
  3. C. Strength.
  4. D. Flexibility.

Which muscle group is often targeted to improve upper body strength in exercises like bench presses and push-ups?

  1. A. Quadriceps.
  2. B. Hamstrings.
  3. C. Deltoids.
  4. D. Pectorals.

What is the primary goal of muscle strength training in the context of fitness and rehabilitation?

  1. A. To decrease muscle mass.
  2. B. To promote joint stiffness.
  3. C. To restore or enhance muscle function and strength.
  4. 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?

  1. A. Isotonic.
  2. B. Isometric.
  3. C. Concentric.
  4. D. Eccentric.

When training for muscle strength, which repetition range is typically recommended for performing heavy lifts with maximal effort?

  1. A. 3-5 repetitions.
  2. B. 10-12 repetitions.
  3. C. 20-25 repetitions.
  4. D. 50-60 repetitions.

Which factor primarily contributes to muscle hypertrophy, the increase in muscle size and strength?

  1. A. Stretching exercises.
  2. B. High-repetition, low-weight exercises.
  3. C. Proper nutrition and protein intake.
  4. 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?

  1. A. Atrophy.
  2. B. Hypertrophy.
  3. C. Isotonic contraction.
  4. D. Eccentric exercise.

  1. What role does rest and recovery play in muscle strength training?
  2. A. Rest is unnecessary in strength training.
  3. B. Recovery allows the muscles to repair and grow stronger.
  4. C. Rest should be minimized to maximize strength gains.
  5. D. Recovery only affects cardiovascular fitness.
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