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What is your Sports Medicine IQ?
Number 1 Name the longest bone in the body.
Number 2: What are the smallest bones in the body? Hint: There are six of them.
2. Malleus, Stapes, Incus
Number 3 Name the longest muscle in the body.
Number 4 Fast twitch and slow twitch refer to which type of body tissues?
4. Muscle Tissue
Number 5 Normal blood pressure for an adult:
5. BP of 120/80
Number 6 Most common type of sports injury is…
6. Sprain or Strain
Number 7 Name a specific type of heat illness.
7. Heatstroke Benjamin Poole, Royal Marine, 26 – After 3 weeks of day and night exercises, went on punishment run – 55-lb pack, 18 miles, 2.5mph, 7hr max – Dead of heatstroke
Number 8 What ingredients are found in an ideal sports drink?
Number 9 What is the ACL and where is it found?
9. Anterior Cruciate Ligament, Knee
Number 10 Who is Stephen Strasburg and what body part did he have surgery on?
10. RH Nationals Pitcher, elbow “Tommy John” ulnar collateral ligament
Number 11 What is the difference between a sprain and a strain?
11. Muscle-bone(tendon) vs. bone-bone (ligament)
Number 12 Define Contusion
Number 13 Why is the statement “Don’t hit with your head down” important, and what sport does it pertain to?
13. The only case where shouldn’t use your head…, football 5o 5o $75,000 fine
Number 14 How did Gatorade get its name?
14. Florida Gators 1966 – Florida Gators Coach Ray Graves and the Orange Bowl Kansas City Chiefs 1983 – Official NFL sports drink
Number 15 What body movement do the hamstring muscle perform?
15. knee flexion and hip extension
Number 16 What major league baseball player recently recorded his 3000 th career hit?
Number 17 What does RICE stand for?
17. Rest, Ice, Compress, Elevate Recommended for immediate treatment of soft tissue injuries
Number 18 In general who has the higher percent body fat, men or women? What are the ideal ranges?
18. Women; W:19-26, M:10-20
Number 19 What bone is fractured in a boxer’s fracture?
19. second and/or third metacarpal transverse neck fracture
Number 20 How many chambers does the human heart contain?
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