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Occupation, lifestyle, medical, and personal info are all examples of

Subjective info

2

Physiologic, Body comp, Cardiorespiratory assessment, static & dynamic assessments, performance assessments are all examples of what

Objective info

3

What should you do if an undiagnosed health issue comes up

Send to healthcare professional

4

Formula for calculating estimated Max HR

220-age x zone %

5

HR for zone 1

65-75%

6

HR for zone 2

76-85%

7

HR for Zone 3

86-95%

8

Which HR zone builds an aerobic base and aids in recovery

Zone 1

9

Which HR zone increases aerobic and anaerobic endurance

Zone 2

10

Which zone does interval training begin

Zone 2

11

Which HR zone builds high end work capacity

Zone 3

12

Name the 3 common postural distortion patterns

Pronation
Upper crossed
Lower Crossed

13

Which distortion pattern is eversion associated with

Pronation

14

Name the Tight (overactive) Short muscles in Pronation distortion Syndrome

Peroneals
Iliotibial band
Gastrocnemious
bicep femoris
adductors
Soleus
Hip flexors
(PIGBASH)

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Name the weak (Underactive) long muscles Pronation distortion

Hip external rotators
Glutes
Ant and posterior tib
Vastus Medius/ max
(HER BUTT 2 BITS VASTLY)

16

What are the altered joint mechanics associated with pronation distortion syndrome

Increased knee adduction and internal rotation
Increased foot pronation and external rotation

Decrease ankle dorsiflexion and ankle inversion

17

Possible injuries associated with pronation distortion syndrome

Plantar fasciitis
Post tibialis
Patellar tendonitis
Low back pain

18

Lower crossed syndrome can be identified by

Ant Tilt to pelvis or arched back

19

Short over active muscles in Lower crossed syndrome

Hip flexors
Adductors
Gastrocnemius
Soleus
Lat dorsi
Erector spine
(HAGSLE)

20

Underactive/ weak/ long muscles associated with Lower crossed

Glutes
internal oblique
transverse abs
Anterior and post tibs
(GITATP)

21

What are the altered joint mechanics in lower crossed syndrome

increased lumbar extension
Decreased hip extension

22

Possible injuries of Lower crossed

HAL
hamstring complex
ant knee pain
Low back pain

23

Characteristics of upper crossed syndrome

rounded shoulder, forward head

24

Short(tight) Overactive muscles in upper crossed

Lat dorsi
Levator scapulae
Upper traps
Scalenes
Teres Major
Pectoralis major
Sternocleiodmastoid
Subscalpularis

LLUST PSS.

25

Weakened Underactive muscles with upper crossed

Mid - lower traps
Teres minor
Rhomboids
Serratus anterior
Deep cervical Flexors
infraspinatis

26

Altered joint mechanics with upper crossed

Increased Cervical extension and scapular protraction
Decreased shoulder extension and external rotation

27

Injuries associated with upper crossed

Headaches
Bicep tendonitis
Rotator cuff impingement
Thoracic outlet syndrome

28

tests lower extremity agility and neuromuscular control

Sharks skill test

29

What are the sites measured for the skin fold test

Biceps
Tricep
Iliac crest
Subscapular

30

At what BMI are you at an increased risk for disease

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