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2 Chapter 7 Review Protective Equipment

3 Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.

4 Click here for Final Jeopardy

5 Shoes Equipment 1 MC Helmet Fitting Equipment 2 MC Equipment 2 T/F 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points Equipment 1 T/F

6 Top of shoe, designed for ventilation

7 Form on which shoe is built

8 Provide shock absorption and durable

9 ½ to ¾ inch from toes to front of shoe

10 Prevents medial and lateral roll

11 The organization responsible for helmet certification standards is: A. Athletic Equipment Manager Association B. National Collegiate Athletic Association C. American National Standards Institute D. National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment

12 When one is fitting a football helmet, all must be considered EXCEPT: A. The warning label is affixed to the outside of the helmet B. The chin strap is equal on both sides C. The helmet has been properly certified D. The player's hair is dry

13 All of the following are concerns when setting the standards for protective equipment EXCEPT: A. Material durability B. Equipment testing C. Requirement for wear D. The color, look, and style

14 A disadvantage of contact lenses is the possibility of: A. Eye irritation caused by dust getting under the lens B. Loss of peripheral vision C. Corneal abrasion D. Astigmatism

15 An intraoral mouthguard performs all of the following EXCEPT: A. Reducing the chance of concussions B. Minimizing lacerations to the lips and cheeks C. Protecting teeth from fractures D. Minimizing fractures to the cheek bone

16 The proper selection and fit of sports equipment has little to do with preventing sports injuries

17 Mouthpieces are difficult to use because they impair the speech of the athlete.

18 Ice hockey helmets must withstand the high-velocity impact of a stick or puck and low-velocity forces of falling or hitting a sideboard.

19 When a case-hardened lens breaks, it crumbles, eliminating sharp edges that may penetrate the eye.

20 Bonus Peripheral vision, astigmatism, and corneal waviness are improved through the use of contact lenses

21 The sticker on each helmet

22 The amount of fingers between the eye and the helmet

23 The amount of fingers between the nose and faceguard

24 The back of the helmet should cover this

25 BONUS The helmet should not do this when pressure is placed on it

26 An intraoral mouthguard performs all of the following EXCEPT: A. Reducing the chance of concussions B. Minimizing lacerations to the lips and cheeks C. Protecting teeth from fractures D. Minimizing fractures to the cheek bone

27 An effective bra holds the breasts to the chest to prevent: A. Breast contusion B. Breast abrasions C. Nipple chafing D. Stretching of Cooper's ligaments

28 In the proper fitting of shoes, the break of the shoe should occur: A. At the mid position of the medial longitudinal arch (the arch) B. In front of the metatarsophalangeal joint (the toes) C. In back of the metatarsophalangeal joint (midfoot) D. In line with the metatarsophalangeal joint (base of toes)

29 Which of the following is not a component of an athletic shoe? A. Lowers B. Sole C. Uppers D. Toe box

30 What common injury listed below would be treated by constructing a protective pad? A. Knee collateral ligament sprain B. Hamstring strain C. Lateral ankle sprain D. Quadriceps contusion

31 Cantilevered shoulder pads are bulkier, giving better protection in blocking and tackling.

32 It is desirable to fit the athlete's shoe at the end of the day to accommodate the gradual increase in foot size that occurs.

33 A commercial ankle brace provides less restraint of ankle motion and is therefore not as effective as tape for stability.

34 Wrestling is the only sport in which ear protection is regularly worn.

35 If an athletic trainer modifies a piece of protective equipment and an athlete sustains a severe injury he/she can be held liable.

36 Make your wager

37 List the 4 Categories of Face Protection


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