The snatch exercise is a full body strength exercise that involves the gluteus maximus,
hamstrings, quadriceps, gastocnemius/ soleus, trapezius and deltoids. It consist of an initial pull
to remove bar off floor, and again dur
The bird dog is a core strengthing exercise, and main muscles involved are the
abdominal group, erector spinae group, gluteus max/medius, and anterior deltoid, and are
performed in the sagittal plane. The abdominal group consists of the rectus abdominis,
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3388 Theory and Application of Motor
Theory and Application in Motor Development
Goal: Students will exhibit the ability to manipulate different pieces of equipment to achieve a goal.
Test 4 Wrist, hand and fingers
Bony Anatomy of the wrist, hand and fingers
Proximal and distal rows of Carpal bones- scaphoid (navicular), lunate,
triquetral, pisiform trapezium, trapezoid, capitate, hamate
Distal row articulates with m
o 14 phalanges
o 5 metatarsals
1st met, primary weight bearer
o 7 tarsals
Calcaneus HEEL-largest transfer body weight
Talus Creates ANKLE JOINT-allows for plantarflex
-Football does not build character. it eliminates the weak ones.
-If it doesnt matter why you win or lose. Then why do they keep score?
Acute Effects of PA: Comparison of Children and Adults
(Children are lower in)
-Less ability to m
size of muscles
reduction of muscle size
What are the two roles of Resistance Training?
-Enhances sport performance
-Increases muscle size
The amount of exercise prescribed to any person has 4 building blocks which are?
1. Frequency of exercise
2. Intensity of exercise
3. Duration of exercise
4. Type of exercise
Public Health Recommendations for Physical Activity
150-300 min of modera
Kine 1400 CH. 8
Describes component tissues of the body
% fat mass (fat only)
% fat-free mass (everything but fat)
Percent body fat
Proportion of total body mass that is fat
Essential fat for women
8% to 12% for women
Essential fat for men
3% to 5% for me
Ch. 1 Foundations of Structural Kinesiology
1. Abduction: -Lateral movement away from midline of trunk in lateral plane
-raising arms or legs to side horizontally
2. Accessory motion: Spin, Roll, Glide (occur during the physiological movements)
Ch. 2 Neuromuscular Fundamentals
Human Movement Science
Study of how the human movement system functions in an independent, interrelated
scheme. Each system must collaborate to form interdependent skills.
Responsible for movement of bod
Ch. 3 Basic Biomechanical Factors & Concepts
Biomechanics- The study of the mechanics as it relates to the functional and anatomical analysis
of biological systems and especially humans
Kinetics and Kinematics
Kinematics- description of motion and includ
Killer at large
"Obesity is the terror within."
THERE ARE ONLY TWO MED SCHOOLS THAT REQUIRE NUTRITION
COURSES AND WHAT IS WRONG WITH US?!
Liposuction isn't a permanent fix, and it's statistically a thing that you will return.
Kids are mean, kids are a
Question 39 2 out of2 points
Match each joint movement with its appropriate general maximum range of motion cfw_ROM:
Question Selected Match
Ankle Doreil'lexion A241] deg.
Ankle Eversion B. 5 deg.
Knee Extension 4; 0 deg.
Knee Flexion D. 135 deg.