Which characteristic is MOST important to consider when evaluating professional liability insurance programs?
Based on the assessment shown in the video, which muscle or muscle group is MOST likely to De tight?
Which of the following changes are typical responses to aerobic training?
Which would De the proper progression when working with an individual trying to improve static balance?
Which would be the BEST resource for recommendations regarding daily intake of vitamins and minerals?
The following nutritional information is given on the label of a food package:
Serving Size: 1
Amount per serving: 1
Protein 25 g
Total carbohydrate: 50 g
Cholesterol: 25 mg
Sodium 390 mg
What percentage of the calories is derived from carbohydrates?
An ACE certified Personal Trainer is educating a client on how to read a food label. On the label, there are 260 calories per serving, with three servings per package. There are 15 grams of carbohydrates and 10 grams of fat in each serving size. How many calories from fat are in the entire package?
After overcoming range-of-motion barriers, an ACE certified Personal Trainer introduces a machine-based resistance-training program consisting of push and pull (flexion and extension) exercises into the program of an elderly client. These exercises are performed in which plane of motion?
An individual approaches an ACE certified Personal Trainer to inquire about personal training. The individual has not been regularly active in over a year but is ready to lose about 30 lb (13 6 kg) of extra weight. The Individual has made it to the gym only three times this month but is ready to become serious and wants to work with a trainer twice a week. What is this individual's current stage of change according to the transtheoretical model of behavioral change?
A client who has worked with an ACE certified Personal Trainer for four months has lost body fat and increased overall strength. The client now wants to focus on hypertrophy. What would be the MOST appropriate training volume based on the client's new goal?
A novice 50-year-old client with hypertension reports a perceived exertion of 15 (Borg Scale 6-20) In order to keep the client moving toward the fitness goals, an ACE certified Personal Trainer should encourage the client to:
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What does the movement screen shown in the video determine about a client?
A 64-year-old client tells the ACE certified Personal Trainer that they have been diagnosed with osteoporosis by their physician. What is the BEST exercise to emphasize for the client?
While evaluating a client's health-history questionnaire, an ACE certified Personal Trainer learns that the client had Knee surgery six month| ago. The client engaged in two weeks of physical therapy immediately after the procedure but has maintained a sedentary lifestyle since that time. The client reports that the knee now feels weak and unstable. Which of the following is MOST likely to have happened to the muscle tissue around the knee?
What is the MOST potentially damaging effect of exercising in a humid area known to have high levels of airborne pollutants?
Which client would be classified in the moderate-risk category by an American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) risk stratification assessment?
An ACE certified Personal Trainer is moving and intends to refer clients to a new trainer. The professional responsibility is to:
A client wishes to improve their fitness in preparation for the upcoming soccer season During the past season, the client developed a mild case of patellofemoral syndrome that was corrected through physical therapy. To help the client prepare for the upcoming season and to decrease their risk of patellofemoral issues, which of the following would be MOST important to include in a training program?
What would be an appropriate posting on an ACE certified Personal Trainer's professional social media homepage?
Which recommendation regarding myofascial release should an ACE certified Personal Trainer make to a client?
Which movement screen would provide the MOST information about a new client who is an avid golfer and is considering the movements associated with the sport?
A new client has indicated a desire to lose 15 lbs. (6.8 kg) within the next six months. The client has brainstormed some strategies to achieve this goal. Which of the following strategies aligns BEST with the findings of the National Weight Control Registry?
When assessing your client's hip flexion using a passive supine straight leg raise, you discover there is less than 80' of motion on both right and left sides. This MOST likely indicates tightness in which muscles?
An individual with an anterior pelvic tilt would MOST likely be tight in which muscle group?
While a client is performing the bodyweight squat test with arms at the sides, the personal trainer notices that the client falters a bit and then recovers. What would be an appropriate action for the personal trainer to take to deal with this issue?
Maria is experiencing pain around her knee when she runs for more than 20 minutes. This began three weeks ago, so she decides to ask you for advice. What should you do?
At the end of a 35-year-old client's warm-up on the indoor track, the client trips and falls. Embarrassed, the client gets up abruptly, shakes their ankle a few times, and reports being okay. The client is limping but wants to continue the workout. What should the personal trainer do NEXT?
Which of the following is a contraindication for the McGill's torso muscular endurance test battery (trunk flexor endurance, trunk lateral endurance, and trunk extensor endurance)?
A healthy 40-year-old male client would like you to be his personal trainer. You express that you require specific personal data to ensure that he can safely pursue fitness activity. Which of the following would be recommended as a MINIMAL prerequisite?
A 24-year-old client wants to improve his fitness. The client answers yes to the question "Is your doctor currently prescribing drugs for blood pressure or a heart condition?" on the Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire. How should the personal trainer respond?
You have been working with an elderly client who has poor balance. Over the past month, he has progressed to standing and maintaining balance on one leg with support. What would be the NEXT step to further improve his balance?
A potential client has the following vital statistics:
•Weight: 220 lbs (99.8 kgs)
•Height: 5'10" (1.78 meters)
•Activity status: sedentary
•Resting BP: 130/85 mm Hg
•Resting HR: 85
•No family history of heart disease
According to the ACSM guidelines, what should a personal trainer do?
What does the letter "c" refer to in the RICE method of treating injuries?
When is the MOST appropriate time to collect data about personal, behavioral, and environmental factors?
Which law of motion is BEST related to the ground reaction forces that the body absorbs in activities such as jumping rope, plyometrics, and jogging?
Your client has successfully followed her workout program for six months, losing 15 pounds (7 kg) and maintaining her lean body mass. Over the last month she has become a bit bored with the program, and improvements have tapered off significantly. She still wants to lose an additional 2% body fat. She has been performing aerobic exercise sessions for 35 minutes, two times per week and strength training two times per week, doing two sets of 15-20 repetitions. What is the BEST approach to help her reach her goal?
The following nutritional information is given on a food label:
Serving Size: 1
Amount per serving: 1
Protein: 25 g
Total carbohydrate: 50 g
Cholesterol: 25 mg
Sodium: 390 mg
How many grams are derived from fat?
You are working with a high school track and field athlete training for the long jump event. He is very compliant with his resistance training and speed work each week but routinely skips working on flexibility. Which of the following would BEST reinforce the need for increased flexibility?
Which of the following Is a negative aspect of plyometric exercises?
The MAJOR concern with isometric strength assessments is that the client may do which of the following?
Your client has been diagnosed with high blood pressure and is taking a calcium channel blocker. An appropriate modification to her training program is to: