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1

For which populations should working to fatigue be avoided as a precaution?

Neurologic and metabolic patients
ie: DM, MS, fibryomyalgia, severe osteoarthritis, rheumatism

2

Once a patient can perform workload of 1-2 reps over desired number, what % increase in load is recommended?

2-10%

3

How long should isometric contractions be held?

6-10 seconds

4

Strength training zone for healthy adults is ___% of 1RM.

60-100%

5

Power training zone for healthy adults is ___% of 1RM.

30-60%

6

Endurance training zone for healthy adults is ___% of 1RM.

< 70%

7

Strength or endurance training zones for patients with significant deficits is ___% of 1RM.

30-50%
safe yet challenging

8

What does SAID principle stand for?

specific
adaptation to
imposed
demands

9

______-chain activities are shown to provide the most proprioceptive feedback compared to ___-chain activities.
WHY?

closed-chain > open-chain
because multiple joints and muscle groups activate more sensory receptors

10

For patients with restricted motion, once motion is regained what is beneficial?
(ie: stretch the hamstrings, then….)

strengthen the antagonist (the quads)
move through new range with functional motions