05.01.2017 Strength and Conditioning Jobs

05.01.2017 Strength and Conditioning Jobs

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2017.05.01 CSCS Daily Study Question

2017.05.01 CSCS Daily Study Question:

Which of the following choices correctly lists the various energy systems by their rate of ATP production from fastest to slowest?
(A) Phosphagen, Slow Glycolysis, Fatty Acid Oxidation, Carbohydrate Oxidation
(B) Carbohydrate Oxidation, Slow Glycolysis, Fatty Acid Oxidation, Phosphagen
(C) Fast Glycolysis, Phosphagen, Slow Glycolysis, Fatty Acid Oxidation
(D) Fast Glycolysis, Slow Glycolysis, Carbohydrate Oxidation, Fatty Acid Oxidation

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2017.04.30 CSCS Daily Study Question

2017.04.30 CSCS Daily Study Question:

The football coach has asked you to come out and teach his players how to start a sprint from a 4-point stance. You’re not familiar with track and field technique so you look to your strength and conditioning books for reference. You demonstrate your best 4-point stance and explain to the athletes that the front knee is bent at approximately _____ degrees.
(A) 40
(B) 90
(C) 110
(D) 180

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2017.04.29 CSCS Daily Study Question

2017.04.29 CSCS Daily Study Question:

It’s a hot summer day and afternoon football practice begins in 10 minutes. The coach sends you a text message and wants to know if it’s okay to hold outdoor practice today or if the temperature exceeds the safe limit. It’s hot and dry today with the temperature at 89 degrees Fahrenheit and a relative humidity of 5%. Which text message do you send to the coach?
(A) “We’re under the safe limit. You can hold practice outside.”
(B) “We’re over the safe limit. Bring the team indoors for practice today.”
(C) “There is no ‘safe’ limit for practice. Bring the team in only if someone starts cramping up.”

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2017.04.26 CSCS Daily Study Question

2017.04.26 CSCS Daily Study Question:

One of your athletes is hanging out in the strength and conditioning room and playing around on her phone. She shows you an internet post where a self-proclaimed strength and conditioning coach claims that human growth hormone is a substance that is the precursor of testosterone. The author explains that by taking human growth hormone, the athlete’s body will convert the growth hormone into testosterone, thereby providing the athlete with the muscle-building benefits of anabolic steroids. You tell your athlete to stop reading garbage like this since the author doesn’t know what he’s talking about. What’s wrong with this internet strength coach’s statements ?
(A) Human growth hormone has not been used as an ergogenic aid.
(B) Precursors to natural testosterone production are not controlled substances.
(C) Testosterone is actually the precursor to human growth hormone.
(D) The performance enhancing drugs that the author is describing are prohormones.

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2017.04.25 CSCS Daily Study Question

2017.04.25 CSCS Daily Study Question:

The women’s volleyball coach comes into your office in the strength and conditioning center and tells you that she wants to focus on increasing her athletes’ power during the coming off-season. You mention some exercises that you would incorporate into the team’s workout and tell the head coach that each power-focused exercise would likely be performed for __________ sets. 
(A) 2-6
(B) 2-3
(C) 3-5

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04.24.2017 Strength and Conditioning Jobs

04.24.2017 Strength and Conditioning Jobs

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2017.04.24 CSCS Daily Study Question

2017.04.24 CSCS Daily Study Question:

Girl dumbbell biceps curl

An athlete is performing a barbell biceps curl and is lowering the weight from the top of the lift, back down to the starting position. What is the muscle action of the biceps brachii during this phase of movement?
(A) Concentric Muscle Action
(B) Eccentric Muscle Action
(C) Isometric Muscle Action

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2017.04.23 CSCS Daily Study Question

2017.04.23 CSCS Daily Study Question:

Why should athletes refrain from using a weight belt when lifting less than maximal or near-maximal loads on approved exercises?
(A) Generates too much pressure within the chest cavity
(B) Interferes with diaphragmatic breathing
(C) Lower risk of injury to the lumbar / sacral spine
(D) Trains abdominal muscles to generate intra-abdominal pressure

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2017.04.21 CSCS Daily Study Question

2017.04.21 CSCS Daily Study Question:

girl lat pulldown

You recognize that the barbell biceps curl is not a first-class lever mechanism because a first-class lever has the muscular force and resistive force on the __________ side(s) of the fulcrum.
(A) Opposite
(B) Same

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2017.04.20 CSCS Daily Study Question

2017.04.20 CSCS Daily Study Question:

By LadyofHats [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

One of your athletes is a smoker and insists that it does not affect her athletic performance. However, you know that cigarette smoking has numerous effects on the body which can affect performance, including…
(A) …bronchodilation
(B) …decreased respiratory tract fluid secretion
(C) …increased catecholamine release
(D) …increased oxygen carrying capacity of red blood cells

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