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Exercise Science Update - The Gym Inside Your Door

Quiz for CE Credit

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1. Being physically active is associated with better health outcomes independent of cardiorespiratory fitness.

2. Examples of light-intensity activities include gardening, playing an instrument, shopping, general housework and walking less than 3 mph.

3. COVID-19 spread in gyms is high due to the high pulmonary ventilation nature of dynamic exercise and being in close proximity in indoor spaces.

4. Interval training of moderate intensity activities in a 2-5 minutes duration activate:

5. 2 weeks of moderate intensity aerobic exercise decreased the severity and progression of COVID-19 associated disorders and quality of life.

6. Triglycerides and non-HDL-C tells medical providers more about the patient’s lifestyle than any other single lipidcentric laboratory measure.

7. Cholesterol is actually considered a sterol (not a fat); unlike fatty acids and triglycerides, cholesterol cannot be hydrolyzed to generate ATP.

8. The following is/are reliable step tracking app(s) that patients can use to keep track of activity:

9. Low-to-moderate intensity exercise may be just as effective as moderate-to-high intensity exercise training in terms of lowering the HbA1c levels of obese patients with type 2 diabetes.