Quiz – Physical Activity and Diabetes

This quiz tests on some of the key issues from Chapter 10 – Physical Activity and Diabetes from the Diabetes Canada Guidelines. Hopefully this helps you prepare for the CDE exam.

1. BK is in to see his primary care healthcare professional today. He is recommended to increase his physical activity level. Which of the following statements regarding physical activity in diabetes is TRUE?

Question 1 of 9

2. Mix and match the correct answers
Physical activity
Any bodily movement produced by skeletal muscles that results in energy expenditure above resting (basal) levels. This term broadly encompasses exercise, sport and physical activities done as a part of daily living, occupation, leisure and active transport.

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Brief repetitive exercise using weights, weight machines, resistance bands or one's own body weight (e.g. push-ups) to increase muscle strength and/or endurance.

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A form of activity, such as lower back or hamstring stretching, that enhances the ability of joints to move through their full range of motion.

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Planned, structured activity typically performed with the intent of improving health and/or fitness.

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Exercise that involves continuous, rhythmic movements of large muscle groups. This type of exercise depends primarily on the aerobic energy-generating processes in the body

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Exercise
Any bodily movement produced by skeletal muscles that results in energy expenditure above resting (basal) levels. This term broadly encompasses exercise, sport and physical activities done as a part of daily living, occupation, leisure and active transport.

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Brief repetitive exercise using weights, weight machines, resistance bands or one's own body weight (e.g. push-ups) to increase muscle strength and/or endurance.

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A form of activity, such as lower back or hamstring stretching, that enhances the ability of joints to move through their full range of motion.

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Planned, structured activity typically performed with the intent of improving health and/or fitness.

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Exercise that involves continuous, rhythmic movements of large muscle groups. This type of exercise depends primarily on the aerobic energy-generating processes in the body

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Aerobic exercise
Any bodily movement produced by skeletal muscles that results in energy expenditure above resting (basal) levels. This term broadly encompasses exercise, sport and physical activities done as a part of daily living, occupation, leisure and active transport.

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Brief repetitive exercise using weights, weight machines, resistance bands or one's own body weight (e.g. push-ups) to increase muscle strength and/or endurance.

Unselect

A form of activity, such as lower back or hamstring stretching, that enhances the ability of joints to move through their full range of motion.

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Planned, structured activity typically performed with the intent of improving health and/or fitness.

Unselect

Exercise that involves continuous, rhythmic movements of large muscle groups. This type of exercise depends primarily on the aerobic energy-generating processes in the body

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Resistance exercise
Any bodily movement produced by skeletal muscles that results in energy expenditure above resting (basal) levels. This term broadly encompasses exercise, sport and physical activities done as a part of daily living, occupation, leisure and active transport.

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Brief repetitive exercise using weights, weight machines, resistance bands or one's own body weight (e.g. push-ups) to increase muscle strength and/or endurance.

Unselect

A form of activity, such as lower back or hamstring stretching, that enhances the ability of joints to move through their full range of motion.

Unselect

Planned, structured activity typically performed with the intent of improving health and/or fitness.

Unselect

Exercise that involves continuous, rhythmic movements of large muscle groups. This type of exercise depends primarily on the aerobic energy-generating processes in the body

Unselect

Flexibility exercise
Any bodily movement produced by skeletal muscles that results in energy expenditure above resting (basal) levels. This term broadly encompasses exercise, sport and physical activities done as a part of daily living, occupation, leisure and active transport.

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Brief repetitive exercise using weights, weight machines, resistance bands or one's own body weight (e.g. push-ups) to increase muscle strength and/or endurance.

Unselect

A form of activity, such as lower back or hamstring stretching, that enhances the ability of joints to move through their full range of motion.

Unselect

Planned, structured activity typically performed with the intent of improving health and/or fitness.

Unselect

Exercise that involves continuous, rhythmic movements of large muscle groups. This type of exercise depends primarily on the aerobic energy-generating processes in the body

Unselect

Question 2 of 9

3. Mix and Match the correct answers
Aerobic training
Exercise training involving periods of predominantly activities, such as running, cycling or swimming, performed for the purpose of enhancing cardiorespiratory fitness, performance and/or health.

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A type of aerobic exercise training based on alternating between short periods of vigorous intensity exertion and periods of rest or lower-intensity exercise; commonly performed using a predominantly aerobic exercise modality, such as running or cycling.

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Exercise training, involving brief repetitive exercises with weights, weight machines, resistance bands or one's own body weight (e.g. push-ups) performed for the purpose of increasing muscle mass and strength. This type of exercise uses predominantly anaerobic energy-generating systems in skeletal muscle.

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Resistance training
Exercise training involving periods of predominantly activities, such as running, cycling or swimming, performed for the purpose of enhancing cardiorespiratory fitness, performance and/or health.

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A type of aerobic exercise training based on alternating between short periods of vigorous intensity exertion and periods of rest or lower-intensity exercise; commonly performed using a predominantly aerobic exercise modality, such as running or cycling.

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Exercise training, involving brief repetitive exercises with weights, weight machines, resistance bands or one's own body weight (e.g. push-ups) performed for the purpose of increasing muscle mass and strength. This type of exercise uses predominantly anaerobic energy-generating systems in skeletal muscle.

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High-intensity interval training
Exercise training involving periods of predominantly activities, such as running, cycling or swimming, performed for the purpose of enhancing cardiorespiratory fitness, performance and/or health.

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A type of aerobic exercise training based on alternating between short periods of vigorous intensity exertion and periods of rest or lower-intensity exercise; commonly performed using a predominantly aerobic exercise modality, such as running or cycling.

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Exercise training, involving brief repetitive exercises with weights, weight machines, resistance bands or one's own body weight (e.g. push-ups) performed for the purpose of increasing muscle mass and strength. This type of exercise uses predominantly anaerobic energy-generating systems in skeletal muscle.

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Question 3 of 9

4. Which of the following statements regarding interval training is TRUE?

Question 4 of 9

5. RW is performing aerobic physical activity daily. He wants to know if he must perform resistance exercise. Which of the following statements is TRUE?

Question 5 of 9

6. HP is 50 years of age with type 2 diabetes. He was told that he should not exercise due to his age and his health.  Which of the following statements is TRUE?

Question 6 of 9

7. Which of the following statements regarding exercise-related risks is TRUE?

Question 7 of 9

8. KL is recommended to increase aerobic exercise. Which of the following is a recommendation from the Diabetes Canada guidelines for aerobic exercise?

Question 8 of 9

9. KL wants to do resistance exercise. Which of the following statements is TRUE?

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