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Table 2.5

NASM 4th Edition: Chapter 2- Table 2.5 Muscle Fiber Types

QuestionAnswer
Is it (type 1 or type II) that contains more capillaries, mitochondria, and myoglobin type I- (slow twitch)
Is it (type 1 or type II) that contains less capillaries, mitochondria, and myoglobin type II- (fast twitch)
Is it (type 1 or type II) that offers increased oxygen delivery type I- (slow twitch)
Is it (type 1 or type II) that has decreased oxygen delivery type II- (fast twitch)
Is it (type 1 or type II) that has a smaller size type I- (slow twitch)
Is it (type 1 or type II) that has a larger size type II- (fast twitch)
Is it (type 1 or type II) that less force is produced type I- (slow twitch)
Is it (type 1 or type II) that more force is produced type II- (fast twitch)
Is it (type 1 or type II) that is slow to fatigue type I- (slow twitch)
Is it (type 1 or type II) that is quick to fatigue type II- (fast twitch)
Is it (type 1 or type II) that has long-term contractions (stabilization) type I- (slow twitch)
Is it (type 1 or type II) that has short-term contractions (force and power) type II- (fast twitch)
Which muscle fiber (Type 1 or Type 2) transforms energy from food into ATP or cellular energy? type I- (slow-twitch)
Which muscle fiber (Type 1 or Type 2)is often referred to as the red fibers? type I- (slow-twitch)
Which muscle fiber (Type 1 or Type 2)is often referred to as the white fibers? type II- (fast twitch)
Which muscle fibers (Type 1 or Type II) are important for muscles that need to produce long-term contractions necessary for stabilization and postural control.? type I- (slow-twitch)
Which muscle fiber (Type 1 or Type 2) are needed for sitting upright, while mainitaining ideal posture against gravity for an extended period of time? type I- (slow-twitch)
Which muscle fibers (Type 1 or Type II) are important for muscles for producing movements requiring force and power? type II- (fast twitch)
Which muscle fiber (Type 1 or Type 2) are needed for performing a sprint? type II- (fast twitch)
Is it true or false that all muscles have a combination of Type I and Type II muscles? True
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