Kinesiology MCQ’s of Dena Gardiner (Chapter 16: Techniques of Strengthening Muscles)

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MCQ of Techniques of Strengthening Muscle is the chapter 16 of the Kinesiology book by Dena Gardiner

Which muscle in the foot is primarily responsible for flexing the toes and supporting the arch?

  1. A. Tibialis anterior.
  2. B. Gastrocnemius.
  3. C. Peroneus longus.
  4. D. Flexor digitorum brevis.

To strengthen the muscles that support the arch of the foot, which type of exercise is often recommended?

  1. A. Toe curls.
  2. B. Squats.
  3. C. Bench presses.
  4. D. Lunges.

What is the primary benefit of strengthening the foot muscles, particularly for athletes and individuals with foot-related issues?

  1. A. Improved vision.
  2. B. Enhanced cardiovascular fitness.
  3. C. Better balance, stability, and injury prevention.
  4. D. Increased muscle mass in the upper body.

Which type of foot exercise involves gripping and lifting small objects, such as marbles, with the toes to enhance dexterity and strength?

  1. A. Foot stretches.
  2. B. Toe curls.
  3. C. Foot arch exercises.
  4. D. Foot flexion and extension.

In the context of muscle strength training for the foot, what is the purpose of performing exercises while barefoot or using minimal footwear?

  1. A. To decrease foot flexibility.
  2. B. To promote joint stiffness.
  3. C. To improve proprioception and activate foot muscles.
  4. D. To reduce the effectiveness of the exercises.

Which muscle group is primarily responsible for knee extension, allowing the leg to straighten at the knee joint?

  1. A. Hamstrings.
  2. B. Quadriceps.
  3. C. Gastrocnemius.
  4. D. Gluteus maximus.

To specifically target the knee extensors, which of the following exercises is commonly recommended?

  1. A. Leg curls.
  2. B. Lunges.
  3. C. Deadlifts.
  4. D. Leg extensions.

In resistance training for knee extensors, what is the one-repetition maximum (1RM)?

  1. A. The maximum weight a person can lift for one minute.
  2. B. The maximum number of repetitions a person can perform with a specific weight.
  3. C. The maximum weight a person can lift for one repetition with proper form.
  4. D. The maximum duration of sustained muscle contraction.

Which training technique involves performing knee extensor exercises with a controlled range of motion and a focus on lowering the weight eccentrically?

  1. A. Plyometric training.
  2. B. Isokinetic training.
  3. C. Negative resistance training.
  4. D. Isometric training.

What is the primary benefit of strengthening the knee extensors, particularly for individuals with knee issues or athletes?

  1. A. Increased risk of injury.
  2. B. Enhanced cardiovascular fitness.
  3. C. Improved knee joint stability and reduced risk of knee-related problems.
  4. D. Decreased muscle mass in the upper body.

Which muscle group is primarily responsible for knee flexion, allowing the leg to bend at the knee joint?

  1. A. Quadriceps.
  2. B. Hamstrings.
  3. C. Gastrocnemius.
  4. D. Adductors.

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To specifically target the knee flexors, which of the following exercises is commonly recommended?

  1. A. Leg curls.
  2. B. Lunges.
  3. C. Squats.
  4. D. Deadlifts.

In resistance training for knee flexors, what is the one-repetition maximum (1RM)?

  1. A. The maximum weight a person can lift for one minute.
  2. B. The maximum number of repetitions a person can perform with a specific weight.
  3. C. The maximum weight a person can lift for one repetition with proper form.
  4. D. The maximum duration of sustained muscle contraction.

Which training technique involves performing knee flexor exercises with a controlled range of motion and a focus on eccentric contractions?

  1. A. Plyometric training.
  2. B. Isokinetic training.
  3. C. Negative resistance training.
  4. D. Isometric training.

What is the primary benefit of strengthening the knee flexors, particularly for individuals with knee issues or athletes?

  1. A. Increased risk of injury.
  2. B. Enhanced cardiovascular fitness.
  3. C. Improved knee joint stability and reduced risk of knee-related problems.
  4. D. Decreased muscle mass in the upper body.

Which of the following muscle groups is primarily responsible for shoulder abduction, lifting the arm away from the body?

  1. A. Deltoids.
  2. B. Pectoralis major.
  3. C. Latissimus dorsi.
  4. D. Biceps brachii.

To specifically target the deltoid muscles, which of the following exercises is commonly recommended?

  1. A. Bicep curls.
  2. B. Tricep dips.
  3. C. Shoulder presses.
  4. D. Leg extensions.

In resistance training for the shoulder joint, what is the one-repetition maximum (1RM)?

  1. A. The maximum weight a person can lift for one minute.
  2. B. The maximum number of repetitions a person can perform with a specific weight.
  3. C. The maximum weight a person can lift for one repetition with proper form.
  4. D. The maximum duration of sustained muscle contraction.

Which training technique involves lifting weights using a controlled range of motion and a focus on strengthening the shoulder muscles?

  1. A. Yoga.
  2. B. Plyometric training.
  3. C. Isokinetic training.
  4. D. Resistance training.

What is the primary benefit of strengthening the shoulder muscles, particularly for athletes and individuals with shoulder-related issues?

  1. A. Increased risk of injury.
  2. B. Enhanced cardiovascular fitness.
  3. C. Improved shoulder joint stability and reduced risk of shoulder injuries.
  4. D. Decreased muscle mass in the lower body.
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