NASM Practice Tests

Practice Tests for the NASM CPT Exam

Updated for the newest version of the NASM CPT Test

Everyone knows that practicing your test taking skills can be a great way to help you pass your NASM-CPT exam. This will tell you exactly what subjects you have on lock, and the subjects that you should probably spend more time on. We have created over 500+ CPT test questions that are based on the most test specific topics. Organized into 16 individual chapter quizzes (20 Chapters for the 4th Edition) and three final exams, these NASM practice test questions will help you determine if you are ready to schedule and take your final NASM-CPT exam, while helping you isolate the subjects you need to focus on. For those of you that would benefit from testing your knowledge, our Practice Tests for the NASM-CPT Exam are a must have.

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Answer the questions below. Try to receive a passing score of 90% or better! Good Luck!

1. The term that best describes the heart rate in beats per minute multiplied by the amount of blood pumped per beat:

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2. When training a brand new client that is out of shape, what should be the main goal?

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3. According to the OPT Model, Strength is made up of which of the following three phases?

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4. Vessels that move blood away from the heart to the rest of the body are known as

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5. What muscle is considered an agonist during shoulder external rotation?

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6. The Elbow would be considered which type of joint?

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7. Which phase supersets a “barbell squat” with a “lunge jump”?

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8. Which of the following types of blood pressure would be determined by the contraction of the ventricles forcing blood into the pulmonary and systemic circuits?

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9. Which area of the heart collects blood returning from the body?

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10. The layer of connective tissue that surrounds muscle belly and is considered the most superficial is the

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11. The ability to analyze and interpret the sensory information to send a proper motor response would be a funciton of which of the following?

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12. Stabilization Endurance Training strives to improve

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13. The Shoulder is considered to be what type of joint?

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14. Which of the following is considered an organelle within a human cell?

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15. The Stabilization Level of training would be MOST represented by which of the following?

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16. All of the following are characteristics of Type 1 slow twitch fibers EXCEPT:

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17. One of the muscles below is considered a stabilizer when performing a bosu ball push up. What is the correct answer?

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18. The blood vessels that collect blood from capillaries to merge with veins and begin the transport of blood back to the heart are known as?

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19. At what measurement is a cholesterol reading considered high?

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20. Where and how should the heart rate be measured with a client?

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