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How To Conduct A Proper Warm-Up
You'll need to correctly answer at least 6 of the 7 questions below (at least 75%) to progress to the next unit.
Question #1: Which statement is FALSE
Question #2: Characteristics of cardiovascular activity include:
Question #3: A good warm-up should:

I) Be performed at the beginning of the martial arts class.
II) Start with low-energy and low-impact activities.
III) Occur from the "inside out."
IV) End with proper stretching activities.
Question #4: After strengthening the abdominals, you SHOULD
Question #5: Which statement is TRUE?
Question #6: Warming up is the process of:
I) Increasing blood flow and muscle temperature.
II) Increasing respiration and heart rate.
III) Guarding against muscle, tendon and ligament strains.
IV) Psychological readiness.
Question #7: The amount of time spent on a warm-up will vary, DEPENDING ON
I) Age of the students.
II) The fitness level of the class.
III) Type of personality.
IV) Type of martial arts program (beginner, intermediate, advanced, self-defense, forms/patterns, full-contact sparring, etc.).
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