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# Training in Sports MCQs Class 12 Physical Education

Please refer to Chapter 10 Training in Sports MCQ Class 12 Physical Education with answers below. These multiple-choice questions have been prepared based on the latest NCERT book for Class 12 Physical Education. Students should refer to MCQ Questions for Class 12 Physical Education with Answers to score more marks in Grade 12 Physical Education exams. Students should read the chapter Training in Sports and then attempt the following objective questions.

## MCQ Questions Class 12 Physical Education Chapter 10 Training in Sports

The Training in Sports MCQ Class 12 Physical Education provided below covers all important topics given in this chapter. These MCQs will help you to properly prepare for exams.

Question. Isometric exercise is the one in which muscle length is

(a) constant
(b) Shortened
(c) Lengthens
(d) None of the above.

A

Question. Pushing against the stationary wall is an example of
(a) Eccentric exercise
(b) Isometric exercise
(c) Isotonic exercise
(d) Is kinetic exercise.

B

Question. What does the principle of variance suggest?
(a) Major changes in training helps in sports performance.
(b) Minor changes in training helps in sports performance.
(c) No changes in training helps in sports performance.
(d) None of the above.

B

(a) Thermoregulation
(b) Super compensation
(c) Acclimatization
(d) None of the above.

C

Question. Basic principle of Fartlek training is
(a) Variation in space
(b) Variation in pace
(c) Variation in duration
(d) Variation in place.

B

Question. Effective training must be
(a) Realistic
(b) Tiring
(c) Fun
(d) All of the above

D

Question. Interval training is good for
(a) Off season
(b) Mid season
(c) Competition period
(d) None of the above.

B

Question. ‘Micro cycle’ involves training of
(a) one week
(b) 6-8 weeks
(c) 8-10 weeks
(d) 1-2 weeks.

A

Question. According to the Principle of Continuity, training program should be:
(a) Regular.
(b) Irregular.
(c) Once a week.
(d) Once a month.

A

Question. Who amongst the following introduced the is-kinetic method of training for the development of strength?
(a) Plato
(b) J. J. Parrine
(c) B. P. Coubertin
(d) Jacobson.

C

Question. The height of the blackboard of hockey goal is
(a) 12 inches
(b) 10 inches
(c) 18 inches
(d) 24 inches.

C

Question.  ‘Round Robin’ is a name given to
(a) Knock out tournament
(c) League type composition
(d) None of the above.

C

Question. The ability of the muscle to exert maximum force is:
(a) Muscular endurance.
(b) Flexibility.
(c) Agility.
(d) Muscular strength.

D

Question. The duration of a meso cycle is
(a) 5 to 10 days
(b) 4 to 6 weeks
(c) 4 to 6 months
(d) 1 to 2 years.

B

Question. The systematic planning of athletic or physical training is called:
(a) Periodization.
(b) Specificity.
(c) Frequency.
(d) Variance.

A

Question. Sprinting speed is best developed through
(a) Interval training
(b) Weight training
(c) In s and outs
(d) Continuous running.

A

Question. In selecting talent, the most important factor to be considered is
(a) Training state
(b) Health
(c) Interest and attitude
(d) All the above.

A

Question. Abdominal muscles are best developed from
(a) Running
(b) Abdominal crunch
(c) Back hyperextension
(d) Lateral bending.

B

Question. In sports training, limbering down is done:
(a) Before competition
(b) After competition
(c) During competition
(d) Never

B

Question. Overload in sports training relates to when
(a) The oxygen is adequate to supply the need of the body
(b) The-oxygen supplying mechanisms are not able to increase
(c) The intake of oxygen is insufficient to meet the demand
(d) The supply of oxygen is more than required.

C

Question. What is the duration of a football game?
(a) 45-10-45 (min.)
(b) 40-10-40 (min.)
(c) 35-10-35 (min.)
(d) 45-2-45 (min.).

A

Question. Which of the following is not a principle of sports training
(a) Principle of specificity
(c) Principle of continuity
(d) Principle of rest