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Exam Code: 210-255
Exam Name: Implementing Cisco Cybersecurity Operations
Updated: Aug 04, 2017
Q&As: 65

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During the cool-down phase of an exercise session, clients should be encouraged to
A. Rehydrate.
B. Decrease the intensity of activity quickly to decrease cardiac afterload.
C. Limit the cool-down period to 5 minutes.
D. Increase the number of isometric activities.
210-255 exam Answer: A
Muscular endurance training is best accomplished by
A. Performing four to six repetitions per set.
B. Using high resistance.
C. Incorporating high repetitions.
D. Performing isometric exercises only.
Answer: C
Transitional care exercise and rehabilitation programs are NOT appropriate for
A. Clients with functionally limiting chronicdisease.
B. Clients with comorbid disease states.
C. Asymptomatic clients with a functional capacity of 10 MET.

D. Clients at 1 week after CABG surgery.
210-255 dumps Answer: C
Many clients have WI-mode programmed pacemakers. Which of the following is TRUE
regarding exercise programming with WI pacemakers?
A. Persons with WI pacemakers may be chronotropically (HR) competent with exercise
but require longer warm-up and gradual increase in intensity during the initial exercise
portion of their session.
B. Persons who are chronotropically competent are tachycardic at rest and should not
exercise at low intensities.
C. BP response is not a good marker of intensity effort in those with WI pacemakers and
need not be evaluated during an exercise session.
D. Persons with WI pacemakers must avoid exercise on the bicycle ergometer because of
the location of the ventricular lead wire and potential for displacement.
Answer: A
Controlling pool water temperature (83-88°F), avoiding jarring and weight- bearing
activities, and avoiding movement in swollen, inflamed joints are special considerations
for exercise in
A. Clients after atherectomy.
B. Clients with angina.
C. Clients with osteoporosis.
D. Clients with arthritis.
210-255 pdf Answer: D
Which of the following is a resistive lung disease?
A. Asthma.
B. Tuberculosis.

C. Cystic fibrosis.
D. Emphysema.
Answer: B
A specific benefit of regular exercise for patients with angina is
A. Improved ischemic threshold at which angina symptoms occur.
B. Increased myocardial oxygen demand at the same submaximallevels.
C. Eradication of all symptoms.
D. Elevation of BP.
210-255 vce Answer: A
Which of the following is NOT a benefit of increased flexibility?
A. Increased muscle viscosity, allowing easier and smoother contractions.
B. Reduced muscle tension and increased relaxation.
C. Improved coordination by allowing greater ease of movement.
D. Increased ROM.
Answer: A
Which of the following statements regarding warm-up is FALSE?
A. Muscle blood flow is increased as a result of warm-up.
B. Peripheral vasodilation occurs as a result of warm-up.
C. Peripheral vasoconstriction occurs as a result of warm-up.
D. Between 5 and 10 minutes should be allotted for a warm-up period.
210-255 exam Answer: C
Which of the following statements regarding cooldown is FALSE?
A. The emphasis should be large muscle activity performed at a low to moderate
B. Increasing venous return should be a priority during cool-down.
C. The potential for improving flexibility may be improved during cool-down as
compared with warm-up.
D. Between 1 and 2 minutes are recommended for an adequate cool-down.
Answer: D
All of the following are examples of aerobic exercise modalities EXCEPT
A. Weight training.
B. Walking.
C. Bicycling.
D. Stair climbing.
210-255 dumps Answer: A
A target HR equivalent to 85% of HRR for a 25year-old male with a resting HR of 75
bpm would be equal to
A. 195 bpm.
B. 166 bpm.
C. 177 bpm.
D. 102 bpm.
Answer: C
The appropriate exercise HR for an individual on f3-blocking medication would generally

A. 75% of HRR.
B. 30 bpm above the standing resting HR.
C. 40% of HRR.
D. (220 – age) X 0.85.
210-255 pdf Answer: A
The recommended cardiorespiratory exercise training goal for apparently healthy
individuals should be
A. 15 minutes, six times per week, at 90% of HRR.
B. 30 minutes, three times per week, at 85% of HRR.
C. 60 minutes, three times per week, at 85% of HRR.
D. 30 minutes of weight training, three times per week, at 60% of HRR.
Answer: B
In an effort to improve flexibility, the ACSM recommends
A. Proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation.
B. Ballistic stretching.
C. The plough and hurdler’s stretches.
D. Static stretches held for 10 to 30 seconds per repetition.
210-255 vce Answer: D
An appropriate exercise for improving the strength of the low back muscles are
A. Straight leg lifts.
B. Parallel squats.
C. Spinal extension exercises.
D. Sit-ups with feet anchored.

Answer: C
Which of the following statements true regarding exercise leadership is FALSE?
A. The exercise leader should be fit enough to exercise with any of his or her participants.
B. Most people are not bored by exercise and can easily find time to participate in an
exercise program.
C. The exercise leader should adjust the exercise intensity based on individual differences
in fitness.
D. Periodic fitness assessment may provide evidence of improvement in fitness for some
210-255 exam Answer: B
Which of the following statements regarding exercise for the elderly is FALSE?
A. A decrease in maximal HR is responsible for reductions in the maximal oxygen
consumption as we age.
B. A loss of fat-free mass is responsible for the decrease in muscular strength as we age.
C. The ACSM recommends a cardiorespiratory training intensity of 50% to 70% of HRR
for older adults.
D. Resistance exercise training is not recommended for older adults.
Answer: D
Which of the following medications have been shown to be most effective in preventing
or reversing exercise-induced asthma?
A. f3 -Agonists.
B. f3-Blockers.
C. Diuretics.
D. Aspirin.

210-255 dumps Answer: A
The exercise leader or health/fitness instructor should modify exercise sessions for
participants with hypertension by
A. Shortening the cool-down to less than 5 minutes.
B. Eliminating resistance training completely.
C. Prolonging the cool-down.
D. Implementing high-intensity (>85% of HRR), short-duration intervals.
Answer: C
Normal values for fasting blood sugar are
A. Greater than 140 mg/dL.
B. Between 60 and 140 mg/dL.
C. Less than 60 mg/dL.
D. Between 200 and 400 mg/dL.
210-255 pdf Answer: B
The goal for the obese exercise participant should be to
A. Sweat as much as possible.
B. Exercise at 85% of HRR.
C. Perform resistance exercise three to five times per week.
D. Expend 300 to 500 calories per exercise session.
Answer: D

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