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Positive Correction – Using Effective Communication HPE 405 Exercise Leadership Assignment #2 Student Name: Chandon Hines____ Date Due: June 16, 2016 Use the photos on the opposite side for this assignment. Examine photos a, b, and c and answer the following questions. 1. Which photo(s) shows incorrect form? Tell why it is not being done in a safe manner. Give the Photo letter in your answer. 2. Which photo(s) shows correct form? Tell why the exercise is being done correctly. Give the Photo letter in your answer. 3. Using Effective Communication skills and write at least two statements that provide correct, polite, and nonthreatening ways to make this exercise more comfortable and safe. (Use the “c” photo for this question.) a. b. Summer 2016 Photo B shows incorrect form. During this exercise called the “Quadruped,” the pelvis, spine, neck, and scapulae should all be in neutral alignment. It is easily distinguished here that his head is turned to the side as well as he is looking up. Another unsafe practice that he is performing includes the angle of his knee bend. The knee that is bent should be at a 90-degree angle whereas
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  • Spring '14
  • JoyceR.McIntosh
  • Human Anatomy, Homework, incorrect form, Exercise Leadership Assignment, Chandon Hines____ Date

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