does this transfer to everyday life?
the client must have a normal
thoracic spine mobility or the
lumbar spine will rotate too
much and take a big hit
does this transfer to a sport?
what should come first?
are there better exercise choices?
6 - Supine Bridge Hold
ideally works the
place heels closer to butt
to help turn down
synergists: hamstrings, erectors
(should be only mildly active)
push through the big toe, little
toe, and heel
Exercise Physiology Self Improvement Project
Become More Explosive: Jumping to Running
Original Goal: I originally set a goal to become more competitive in sports by developing a more
explosive vertical leap. I set up steps to measure it by
Six classes of Nutrient
The body uses nutrients for growth, maintenance, and repair and needs to take in about 40 varieties to
function properly. Nutrients can be grouped into six categories: carbohydrate, protein,
Name: Malea Lunt
EXSC 464 / Section: 004
Instructor: Mark Olsen
LAB 2: Measuring Body Composition, Flexibility, and Muscular Strength and Endurance
This Lab Report must be typed. Staple your completed Results pages to this Lab Report
Name: Malea Lunt
EXSC 464 / Section 004
Instructor: Mark Olsen
LAB 1: Pre-Exercise Screening / HR and Blood Pressure at Rest and During Exercise
This Lab Report must be typed. Staple together this Lab Report, your Summary Page,
EXSC 320 REVIEW
TA: CHRIS HORTIN
OFFICE HOURS: T,TH 1:00-3:00 SFH 295
Important Things to know before
taking the test
Study Your notes from class. All of the things that are on the test, Dr.
Wells has covered in class.
Everything may not be on the
Shoulder flexion: 0 to 90. Arm goes straight up. Flexion is an increased angle.
Throwing baseball: humeral internal rotation: transverse. Rotating 9000 degrees per
second while throwing ball.
The axis is perpendi
FEMALE ACL INJURIES AND LANDING BIOMECHANICS
Jennica Van Blerkom, Youna Choi, George Tree, Andrew Anderson
Brigham Young University, Provo, UT, USA
The dynamic nature of competitive sports
requires athletes to perform intermittent
Anatomy exam 3
3 different muscle tissues (smooth, cardiac)
what do t-tubules do, sarcolemma, x
4 muscles: what kind of levers
7 T/F what muscle is in which compartment
including veins, arteries, and nerves
Jennica Van Blerkom
EXSC 400 HW #1
January 17, 2012
Intramembranous and Endochondral Ossification.
Bones can be formed by two different ways: intramembranous ossification, or
endochondral ossification. Before a fetus is born, each part the body begins as
ANATOMY FINAL REVIEW.
50 from UE and back.
Which muscle does this motion to the scapula or lies posterior to the axis of motion of
12-31 muscles on left and nerves on the right
brachialis innervated by musculocutaneous an
Describe and explain osteokinematics and arthrokinematics.
Osteokinematics are observable movements of bones in space using the distal end as
a reference. An example of osteokinematics would be flexion and extension. We can
see the distal end of the bone
1. Contributor to years of lives lost
2. Amount of disease hasnt changed, but amount of death from disease has decreased
a. CVD death rates are apparently going down even though incidence and prevalence rates are
1. What is the pressure in the arteries called when the heart is in ventricular contraction?
2. What is the pressure in the arteries called when the heart is resting between beats?
3. What is the threshold for diagnosed hype
Exam 2 Review
1. Calculations using METs
a. 1 MET = 3.5 mlO2/kg/min
b. Example: Jason weighs 62 kg and exercises for 30 min at a 9 MET intensity
i. 3.5 X 62 kg = 217 mlO2/min at rest
ii. 217 x 9 METS = 1953 mlO2/min at 9 MET intensity
iii. 1953 x 30 = 585
1. Four basic areas that make a difference in your health
WHAT IS WELLNESS?
1. For health, there is no one size fits all
2. Essay I Believe
a. You always have a choice
A substance, appliance, or procedure (blood doping) that improves performance
How you perform something to do it better
Nutritional, pharmacological to help us to do better with sports
MUSCLE FLYCOGEN AND EXERCISE PERFORMANCE
Muscle Structural Hierarchy
1. Whole muscle
3. Muscle fibers
a. Grouped together
5. Muscles do a lot of work, produce large muscle
forces, with connective tissue
CONTROL SYSTEMS OF THE BODY
What is controlled?
o Temperature, blood pressure,
oxygen content, blood glucose,
protein synthesis rates, cellular
glucose uptake, blood and cellular
PATHWAY INTERACTION, ENERGY
DEMAND, AND ENERGY
EXSC PHYS 463 FINAL
Myocardial structure and function
1. Which of the following is correct regarding order of blood transit in the cardiopulmonary
a. Vena cava > left atrium > left ventricle > pulmonary artery > pulmonary vein > right atrium >
Muscle Structure and Force transmission
1. Know the hierarchy of muscle organization with regard to fascicles, muscle fibers (muscle
cells) and whole muscle.
Whole Muscle > Fascicles > Muscle Fibers > Myofibrils > Sarcomeres
2. What is the epimysium, peri
Define Homeostasis and Steady State.
Homeostasis- Maintenance of a constant internal environment
Steady State- A balance between the demands placed on a body and the physiological
response to those demands
What is a negative
You Matter to Him
Even though man is nothing, the worth of souls is great in the sight of God
Man is nothing, yet we are everything to God
Satan deceives us by appealing to prideful tendencies, discouragement
Beware of Pride
Ezra Taft Benson
UNDERSTANDING MAJOR PHILOSOPHIES
BRANCHES OF PHILOSOPHY
o What we think is real
o Cosmology form and substance of universe
o Ontology what is real; what is true about our human existence; who are we? where do we
come from; what is there to us
Stress Signs and Symptoms Questionnaire
Night Or Times A
sore neck, and
COBROS PELUQUERIA MES
PEINADO CORTE BARBA TINTE SIN
PERMANENTE SHAMPOO COLOR UAS MAQUILLAJE MANICURE PEDICURE MANICURE Y