Module 4 Study Guide Flexibility
What is flexibility?
RANGE OF MOTION AOUND A JOINT
What is active flexibility?
ABILITY TO HOLD POSITION USING ONLY THE TENSION OF THE OGONISTS
(MUSCLES PRIMARLY USED FOR MOVEMENT) AND SYNERGISTS (MUSCLES THAT
HELP CANCEL E
KINS Study guide
Describe a muscular endurance tests talked about in the module
SIT UP TEST AKA CRL-UP (CRUNCH)
INDIVIDUAL ASSUMES A SUPINE POSITION ON A MAT WITH THE
KNEES AT 90 DEGREES, THE ARMS ARE FOLDED ACROSS THE CHEST
ON GO THE INDIVIDUAL CURLS
Chapter 5-study guide-Body Composition
1. Know the components of body composition and Body Mass Index
body composition is the key component of ones health and physical fitness:
lean tissue mass or fat free mass/ fat mass or adipose tissue. It makes the
Chapter 7-Injury-Study Guide
1. Know the definition of muscle imbalance
one muscle group is strong/tight and the opposing muscle group is weake/loose.
When one muscle group is overused, the opposing muscle group, acting as a
stabilizer, becomes underuse
Module 1 Study Guide Behavior Change and Goal Setting
What is adherence?
Has been define as adopting and maintaining a healthy behavior such as regular physical
activity or sound nutrition as part of your lifestyle.
What are the four common reasons why
Module 2 study guide
Name five strategies that can improve ones exercise adherence.
- make the exercise enjoyable
- tailor the intensity, duration and frequency of exercise to individuals goals
- promote exercise with a group
- maintain a daily exercise l
Module 3 Study Guide Muscular Fitness
Define muscular fitness.
-THE ABILITY OF THE MUSCLE TO PRODUCE MAXIMAL FORCE DURING A SINLGE
CONTRACTION (STRENGHT) AND THE ABILITY OF THE MUSCLE TO PRODUCE
SUBMAXIMAL FORCE OVER A GIVEN PERIOD OF TIME (ENDURANCE)