PERSONAL TRAINER PRACTICE TEST
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Which form of non-verbal communication should not be used during the initial investigation stage of the trainer-client relationship?Correct
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If you discover during your initial evaluation that your client has rotator cuff tendinitis, what should you do?Correct
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During an initial assessment, what planes of the body can you use a plumbline to observe?Correct
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Which of the following assessments cannot determine actual body fat composition?Correct
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A standard fitness assessment has many components, but one of the following is not included. Which one is not a part of the assessment?Correct
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A young man is just beginning a strength training routine and has hired you as his trainer. Listed below are some generic strength training guidelines. Determine which of them is inappropriate for a beginner.Correct
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A young woman has engaged you as her trainer. She is in her early 20s, appears to be very fit, is within her proper weight range and has no known health concerns. Given all of this, what is the very first thing you should do?Correct
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Skeletal muscle consists of two main types of muscle fibers. Which of these muscle fibers are the largest and fastest?Correct
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The aerobic system is the fastest way for the human body to generate energy.Correct
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Which of the following is not considered a monosaccharide?Correct
PERSONAL TRAINER PRACTICE TEST
What is a personal trainer?
Personal trainers are experts in fitness training and work with customers to reach their exercise and wellness goals.
What does a personal trainer do?
Personal trainers assess their customers’ bodily strengths and weaknesses and create customized workout plans. They provide physical and mental guidance and monitor customers’ progress on a regular basis. They also make sure that customers don’t get injured while training. Personal trainers can work with individuals or in small groups.
Personal trainer duties include:
· Evaluating customers’ physical needs
· Assigning appropriate exercise activities
· Track customers’ fitness progress
If you’re looking for candidates with expertise in specific sports or fitness training styles (e.g. aerobic exercise, lifts, cross-training), make sure to clarify your requirements when crafting the personal trainer job description for your fitness center.
On a daily basis, you’ll carry out various tasks, starting from assessing your clients’ physical condition and creating unique workout routines for them. You’ll explain the exercises in a clear and efficient way, while demonstrating how to use the training equipment safely, to avoid injuries.
If you are enthusiastic about the world of fitness and want to make an impact on this field, let’s meet.
· Evaluate clients’ fitness levels and health conditions
· Build individualized exercise programs
· Explain exercises in detail and suggest alternatives if needed
· Monitor progress of clients’ fitness levels
· Explain safe and proper use of gym equipment
· Lead both individual and group training sessions
· Research on new exercise techniques and trends
· Promote the gym’s fitness packages and plans
· Perform CPR and administer first aid in case of emergencies
· Inform clients about on gym safety and hygiene guidelines
· Build a positive and trusting relationship with customers
· Advise customers on how to change nutritional and lifestyle habits as needed
· Previous experience as a personal trainer or relevant role
· Knowledge of various fitness programs, from basic exercises to more challenging training sessions
· Ability to guide and motivate clients
· Available to work flexible hours
· Excellent communication skills
· Certificates in CPR and first aid
High School Diploma; a degree in Kinesiology or Sports Science is a plus