CPT Exam Basic and Applied Sciences and Nutritional Concepts

Which heart chamber receives deoxygenated blood and pumps it to the lungs?

right ventricle

What is the correct order of fascia, starting with the most superficial

epimysium, perimysium, endomysium

When ADP is converted to ATP, what is this process called?


Pronation of the foot describes what multiplanar movements?

Eversion, dorsiflexion, and ankle abduction

Which vitamin has an increased risk of causing toxicity

Vitamin A

Current recommended range of protein for most exercising individuals

1.4 to 2.0 g/kg of body weight

During a squat, which muscle group isometrically contracts to prevent unnecessary thigh movement in the frontal plane?

hip abductors

Which of the following is a limiting factor for how long anaerobic glycolysis can proceed?

free hydrogen ions

At what age is total peak bone mass reached?


When a person loses body weight, what is the only way that mass is lost?

As exhaled carbon dioxide

A person walks differently when they move from a sidewalk onto the sand. This is regulated by what function?

motor function

In what plane of movement do shoulder horizontal adduction and abduction occur?


A client plans to go for a 10-mile run, but they become fatigued after 7 miles, so they stop. What is the most likely cause of this fatigue?

Glycogen stores were exhausted.

What are the three branched chain amino acids (BCAA)

Valine, Leucine, isoleucine

What is the RDA for protein?

0.8 g/kg of body weight

Movements that take place within a joint and are not visible to the human eye may be classified in what way?


When a client's heart rate is raised during cardio activities, this is being caused by which system?

sympathetic nervous system

Which type of joint includes the structure of the skull?


which heart chamber gathers oxygenated blood coming to the heart from the lungs?

left atrium

what surrounds the skeletal muscles and connects them to other surrounding muscle?