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1

what is exercise prescription professional competency

exercise prescription is a central professional competency requiring knowledge, skills and supplication of the movement science

2

what are the two key professional competencies

assessment
prescription

3

what is assessment

assess client status for movement and exercise in all life domains [ powerful tools, interactive assessment]

4

what is prescription

selection appropriate movements to enable safe improve function efficiency and health status

5

critical skills require _____ &_____ of health and lifestyle threats and risk factors

empathy and understanding

6

what us a chronic condition

pathological health conditions which are not curable but are treatable

7

what is lifestyle risk factor

form the bass for most life threatening disease which are preventable and controllable through: treatment and prevention prescription

8

what are the two types of prescription

treatment and prevnetion

9

what is an acute disorder

musculoskeletal injuries plus other pathologies which are treatable and can be resolved through medical treatments and rehab

10

what are the three movement prescription skills

1. functional movement
2. workplace ergonomics
3. recreational, competitive, fitness

11

what is functional movement

to enable basic to complex life function for day to day maintenance
example: sit, stand, drive, dress, eat, bathroom

12

what is workplace ergonomics

creating proper technique for lifting, creating comfortable chairs and equipment to be used

13

in regards to workplace ergonomics what is fatigue

8-12 hour shift low-moderate exertion

14

what movement prescription skill does overuse injury fall in

work ergonomics

15

what is important to consider what working with recreation, competitive or fit individuals

higher musculoskeletal demands
training and conditioning required
high motivation
high risk factors

16

what is an extreme form of habituation

addiction

17

two assessment methods

verbal vs testing

18

what two components are u assessing

training
fitness levels

19

what are the two energy path ways

aerobic
anaerobic

20

what are the five exercise response concepts

flexibility/range
performance level for:
strength endurance and power
agility
balance

21

what is an example of biomechanics- skill mechanics

walk, lift throw, jump

22

safety and stress limits

lifting mechanics spotting CV controls ex. heart rate, blood pressure

23

health condition limits-

respirator, muscular CV

24

what are four training adaptions

specificity
progressive overload
reversibility
individual differences

25

what is the FITT principle

frequency
intensity
time
type/mode

26

what is an adaptive change for pregnant women

normal systemic/metabolic physiological and anatomical adaptions for mother to allow for growth of fetus ex. tissue and somatotype-weight gain up to 20kg change in COM, gait,,

27

movement and fitness levels dictate _____ of pregnancy and _____

ease
delivery

28

true or false activity level changes with each trimester

true

29

what are the two endocrine changes in pregnant women

estrogen
progesterone

30

what is estrogen used for

rebuilds the endometrial lining after menstruation
enlarges breast during pregnancy
prepares breast for lactation
helps regulate progesterone levels during pregnancy