This blog will teach you EVERYTHING you need to know about the Heart and Circulatory System during your Level 2 Anatomy Revision.
- Why FitPros find the heart and circulatory system hard to revise
- A full 50 mins Video Tutorial teaching you EVERYTHING heart related for your Level 2 A&P exam
- Quick access timestamps to navigate through the tutorial
- How many questions you will have in your exam
- How to learn with simplicity for the rest of the modules
- Three Example Mock Question about the Heart and Circulatory System
Why FitPros find the heart and circulatory system hard to revise
The Heart and Circulatory system is notoriously claimed to be one of the hardest modules within the Level 2 Anatomy and Physiology syllabus, so you are not alone if you find this area difficult to understand.
Unlike other areas of anatomy (like muscles), we never get to see our heart move, which makes it feel theoretical. It may also feel like this is less directly related to training clients as a FitPro
Although you might not actually be quoting the heart valves and circulation with your clients, the knowledge of this is foundational and absolutely crucial in order to understand the demand and stress we place on the heart in exercise.
Full 50 mins Video Tutorial: The Heart and Circulatory System
This is taken directly from our Level 2 Anatomy and Physiology Revision Mastery Bootcamp,
It is “EVERYTHING You Need To Learn about the Heart and Circulatory System in your Level 2 Anatomy Revision”
(Without Having To Spend Hours Revising Or Relying On Your Course Manual).
Quick access timestamps to navigate through the tutorial
1:30 Why learn the heart and circulatory system:
2:50 Identify the location of The Heart
4:45 Describe the structure of the heart
13:40 What are blood vessels
22:00 Describe the systemic and pulmonary circulation
32:40 Explain Blood Pressure Classifications
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How many Questions on the Heart and Circulatory system in my exam?
This module of the “Heart and Circulatory System” is one of 8 modules inside Level 2 Anatomy and Physiology exam.
Knowing the key facts about the heart is crucial, as you can expect 4 to 6 exam questions relating to each module.
- EVERYTHING about the heart and circulatory system
- How many questions you will have in your exam relating to this topic
- That you can learn simply and easily with our video tutorials
- Here’s what Lisa had to say about the A&P Revision Mastery Bootcamp 👇 👇 👇
Thanks to help from Parallel Coaching I passed my level 2 multi-choice exams with 98% and 94%.
Thank you Hayley for making the learning so much clearer.
Missing the sound of your voice as I listened to the lessons in the car.Lisa Egan
Test your knowledge with today’s mock questions:
[NOTE: The answers are below the 3rd questions]
QUESTION 1: What is the name given to the two lowermost chambers of the heart
QUESTION 2: Which of the following shows the correct characteristics of the arteries?
A. They carry blood away from the heart and have high pressure
B. They carry blood towards the heart and have high pressure
C. They carry blood away from the heart and have low pressure
D. They carry blood towards the heart and have low pressure
QUESTION 3: What reading would be considered as optimal blood pressure?
What’s the CORRECT answer?
Answers to the mock questions are :
Question 1= B, Question 2 = A, Question 3 = D
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