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1

what are the anterior checkpoints for the OHS assessment?

feet and knees

2

what are the lateral checkpoints for OHS assessments?

LPHC
Shoulders (upper body)
Head (upper body)

3

What are the overactive muscles for feet turned out?

Lateral gastrocnemius
Soleus
bicep femoris

4

what are the underactive muscles for feet turned out?

medial gastrocnemius
medial hamstring complex
gracilis
sartorius
popliteus

5

what is the corrective exercise for feet turned out?

single-leg balance reach

6

what are the overactive muscles for knees move inward?

adductor complex
bicep femoris
vastus laterus
TFL

7

what are the underactive muscles for knees move inward?

glute max/medius
vastus medialus obliques (VMO)

8

what is the corrective exercise for knees inward?

tube walking (banded lateral walks) side to side

9

what are the overactive muscles for excessive forward lean?

Hip complex (rectus femoris, TFL, psoas, )
Abdominal complex (rectus ab, external obliques)
Gastrocenmius
Soleus

10

what are the underactive muscles for excessive forward lean?

Anterior tibialis
Glute Max
Erector Spinae

11

what is the corrective exercise for excessive forward lean?

quadrupled opposite leg raise, ball wall squats

12

what are the overactive muscles for low back arch?

Hip complex (TFL, rectus femoris, psoas)
Erector spinae
Lats dorsi

13

what are the underactive muscles for low back arch?

Hamstring complex
Instrinic core stabilizer
Glute max

14

what is the corrective exercise for low back arch?

quadrupled opposite leg raise and ball wall squats

15

what are the overactive muscles for arms falling forward?

Pec major/minor
Teres major/thoraic spine
Lats dors

16

what are the underactive muscles for arms falling forward?

Mid/lower traps
Rotator cuffs
Rhomboids

17

what is the corrective exercise for arms falling forward?

Squat to row

18

what are the overactive muscles for shoulder elevation?

Upper traps
Sternocleidomastoid
Levator scapulae

19

what are the underactive muscles for shoulder elevation?

mid/lower traps

20

what are the overactive muscles for head protruding forward?

Upper traps
Sternocleidomastoid
Levator scapulae

21

what are the underactive muscles for head protruding forward?

Deep cervical flexors

22

what is the corrective exercise for shoulder elevation?

ball cobra

23

what is the corrective exercise for head protruding forward?

keep neck tucked in/neutral when performing exercises

24

assess movement efficiency and potential muscle imbalances during walking and running

gait assessment

25

GAIT - what are the overactive muscles of the flatten feet?

pernoneal complex
lateral gastro
bicep femorius
TFL

(peter loves biking today!)

26

GAIT - what are the underactive muscles of the flatten feet?

anterior tibialis
posterior tibialis
glute medius
medial gastro

27

GAIT - what are the overactive muscles of the excessive rotation of the LPHC?

-- EAHGI --

External obliques
Adductor complex
Hamstrings

28

GAIT - what are the underactive muscles of the excessive rotation of the LPHC?

Glute max/medius
Instrinsic core stabilizer

29

GAIT - what are the overactive muscles of the hip hike?

-- QTAG --

Quadratus lumborum (abs opposite side)
TFL/glute minimus (same side)

30

GAIT - what are the underactive muscles of the hip hike?

Adductor complex (same side)
Glute medius (same side)

31

what kind of assessments should pregnant women avoid?

speed and power assessments
push up - at knees
single-leg squat - single leg balance
reduce ROM on OHS

32

what kind of assessment is preferred for obesity clients?

Rockport walk test
single-leg balance
knees or bench push-ups

33

when should reassessment occur again?

every 4 weeks
major changes in programming are occurring
changes in the client's goal
significant improvements
client's major lifestyle changes

34

what does the LEFT test assess?

agility, acceleration, deceleration, and neuromuscular control.

35

what is HDL?

high-density lipoprotein "aka" good cholesterol

36

what is LDL?

low-density lipoprotein "aka" bad cholesterol

37

what is a healthy range for cholesterol?

less than 200mg/DL