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37. What are the three components that you’ll use to create a Just Right Challenge for your clients?A) Belonging, motivation, capacityB) Motivation, feedback, capacityC) Autonomy, belonging, competenceD) Motivation, autonomy, belonging30. What is the primary difference between closed-loop and open-loop motor control?31. Skeletal muscle is directly controlled and in-nervated by which component of the ner-vous system?32. Which neurotransmitter is released at the neuromuscular junction?33. During an initial meeting with a potential cli-ent it’s important to ask if he’s been experi-encing any red flag symptoms. Which of the following is not a red flag?A) Unexplained weight gain or weight lossB) A recent feverC) Fatigue when climbing stairsD) Night sweats
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Corrective Exercise Final Examces_exa_17-0701 1042. A stiff/shortened pectoralis minor causes which compensation of the scapula?A client has 6/10 knee pain at the beginning of a workout. At the end of the first set of the lateral step with a mini-band his knee pain decreased to 4/10. At the end of the second set it decreased to 2/10. After the third set, his knee pain increased back to 4/10. What should you do next? 43. Regarding the ball wall push with hip hinge corrective, what is the purpose of using a progressively smaller ball over time?44. What muscles are primarily targeted when your client performs the posterior shoulder ball roll?A) Rhomboids and latsB) Serratus anterior and rhomboids45. Excessive anterior pelvic tilt is typically as-sociated with weakness/inhibition of which two muscle groups?38. A client has 6/10 knee pain at the beginning of a workout. At the end of the first set of the lateral step with a mini-band his knee pain decreased to 4/10. At the end of the second set it decreased to 2/10. After the third set, his knee pain increased back to 4/10. What should you do next? A) Stretch his hamstringsB) Move on to another corrective exer-cise that targets the glutes
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