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3.List the six fundamental movements of major bodysegments.Words: 643Words: 643
1/10/2019Personal Trainer Certification Exam5/104. Sit in on or participate in a cardiobased aerobics class. Was the class as you expected itto be? What did you learn? How would you rate the instructor? Why? Do the same for agroup resistance training class such as strength training, BodyPump™, an abs/core class, orany other class specifically designed to improve strength. Describe how what you havelearned and observed applies to your future training endeavors.5. Critically analyze the concept of stretching. Is stretching for improved flexibility? If so, towhat extent is flexibility necessary in a general fitness program? In a sportsspecific setting?Are there other reasons for stretching besides improving flexibility? Try each of the stretchingmethods discussed in the text for at least two body parts and briefly explain the differencesbetween them. Describe how what you have learned and observed about stretching appliesto your future training endeavors.6. Find at least five Internet or magazine articles / advertisements that depict an exercise orhealth "myth" (an example of a health "myth" would be an ad that lists a pill or supplementthat induces significant fat loss without exercising or consuming a healthy diet). List thesource and describe the myth. Why do you think that the media and advertisers are pushingthese myths? What would you change about the article / advertisement to correct themisinformation (i.e., what should it say?) How will you approach your analysis of fitness andhealth claims in the future? How will this help you in your future training endeavors?7. Have your body fat level checked by a trained individual using at least three of themethods discussed in the text. List the method and the results. Are all the results the same?If not, what do you think is responsible for the variation? Which result or results do you feelare most accurate? How you will incorporate body fat measurements into your future training