SHAPE’S UL­TI­MATE HEALTH & FIT­NESS QUIZ

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Hav­ing sur­vived the iconic Q&A round at the fi­nals of Miss Uni­verse Sin­ga­pore 2018, we sur­prised Jia En with a pop quiz – sans dra­matic heart thump­ing back­ground mu­sic – that is rid­dled with con­fus­ing fit­ness jar­gon and ob­scure health facts. But no chal­lenge is too im­pos­si­ble (or in this case, slightly mean) for this lady. Here's how she fared.

1 What does the acro­nym DOMS stand for? A. Dom­i­nat­ing Outer Mus­cu­lar Strength B. Del­toid Over­load Myosi­tis Syn­drome C. De­layed On­set Mus­cle Sore­ness D. Di­as­tolic Oxy­gen Metabolic State Cor­rect an­swer: C

2 Which is the largest mus­cle in the hu­man body? A. Glu­teus Max­imus B. Quads and Ham­strings C. Latis­simus Dorsi D. Rec­tus Ab­domi­nus Cor­rect an­swer: A

3 What is a su­per­set? A. Per­form­ing reps within the set at twice the in­ten­sity B. Per­form­ing reps us­ing just one hand C. Per­form­ing two ex­er­cises con­sec­u­tively with­out rest­ing D. Per­form­ing two dif­fer­ent ex­er­cises si­mul­ta­ne­ously Cor­rect an­swer: C

4 What is the tar­get heart rate of a 32 year old ex­er­cis­ing at 75% of his or her max­i­mum heart rate? A. 126 B. 141 C. 168 D. 188 Cor­rect an­swer: B

5 Yeast in­fec­tion is the most com­mon vagi­nal in­fec­tion. True or false? A. True B. False Cor­rect an­swer: B. It’s bac­te­rial vagi­nosis.

6 How many calo­ries are in one gram of fat? A. 3 B. 6 C. 9 D. 12 Cor­rect an­swer: C

7 SMR refers to A. Ply­o­met­ric train­ing B. A form of med­i­ta­tion C. A recog­nised level of yoga cer­ti­fi­ca­tion D. Foam rolling Cor­rect an­swer: D

8 Which one of these is not a yoga pose? A. Fire­fly B. Thread the Beetle C. God­dess D. Wounded Pea­cock Cor­rect an­swer: B

9 Which of the fol­low­ing is the hunger hor­mone that tells your brain that you feel full? A. Dopamine B. Ghre­lin C. Lep­tin D. Gas­trin Cor­rect an­swer: C

10 The def­i­ni­tion of _________ is “Any ac­tiv­ity in which the mus­cles ex­ert force and change in length as they lift and lower re­sis­tance. For ex­am­ple, squats, bi­cep curls or leg ex­ten­sions.” A. Iso­tonic ex­er­cise B. Isoki­netic ex­er­cise C. Iso­met­ric ex­er­cise D. Iso­topic ex­er­cise Cor­rect an­swer: A

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