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How To Conduct A Proper Cool-Down
You'll need to correctly answer at least 5 of the 6 questions below (at least 75%) to progress to the next unit.
Question #1: Which statement(s) are TRUE?
I) The cool-down is just as important as the warm-up.
II) Every activity portion of practice should conclude with a cool-down.
III) Cool-down will help to prevent blood pooling in the legs.
IV) Abruptly halting vigorous activity causes pooling of the blood, sluggish circulation and slow removal of waste products.
Question #2: All of the following are correct, EXCEPT:
Question #3: Because the muscles are warm at the beginning of the cool-down, stretching WILL:
I) Improve flexibility.
II) Contribute to cramping.
III) Reduce the chance of muscle soreness the following day.
IV) Create serious problems such as fainting.
Question #4: Stretching is SAFER if it:

I) Is limited to a single muscle group.
II) Does not require flexibility in other joints.
III) Allows for intensity variations.
IV) Does not require excessive balance.
Question #5: Which statement is FALSE?
Question #6: While leading a stretch, you SHOULD: