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integrated fitness assessment
provides the fitness professional with a three dimensional representation of the client which enables proper construction of a training program.
structural efficiency
alignment of the musculoskeletal system that allows a center of gravity to be maintained over a base of support.
PAR-Q
questionaire that is designed to help qualify clients for activity levels and identify those who may need medical attention.
Objective information
measurable data that can be utilized to denote improvements in the client,  as well as the effectiveness of the program.
Diastolic pressure
signifies the minimum pressure within the arteries through a full cardiac cycle.
Posture
alignment and function of the kinetic chain at any given moment.
Subjective information
feedback from the client to the fitness professional regarding personal history.
Functional efficiency
ability of the neuromuscular system to monitor and manipulate movement using the least amount of energy, creating the least amount of stress on the kinetic chain.
Systolic pressure
reflects the pressure produced by the heart as it pumps blood to the body.
what is the formula to figure cardiovascular efficiency
duration of exercise (sec)*10
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Recovery pulse* 5.6
IF the feet turns out the overactive muscles would be?
soleus
lat gastrocnemius
biceps femoris
(short head)
If the feet turns out the underactive muscles would be?
Med.  Gastrocnemius
Med.  Hamstring
Gracilis
Sartorius
Popliteus
If the knees move inward the overactive muscles would be?
Adductor complex
biceps femoris (short head)
TFL
Vastus lateralis
If the knees move inward the underactive muscles muscles would be?
gluteus medius/maximus vastus medialis oblique(VMO)
If the LPHC has excessive forward lean the overactive muscles would be?
Soleus
Lat. Gastrocnemius
Hip flexor complex
Abdominal complex
When performing single leg squat if the anterior view of the knee moves inward the overactive muscles will be what?
When performing single leg squat if the anterior view of the knee moves inward the overactive muscles will be what?
Adductor complex
Biceps femoris(short head)
Tensor fascia latae
Vastus lateralis
When performing single leg squat if the anterior view of the knee moves inward the Underactive muscles will be what?
Gluteus medius/maximus
Vastus medialis ablique(VMO)
During a pushing assessment at the LPHC if the low back archs the overactive muscles would be?
Hip flewors
Erector spinae
During a pushing assessment at the LPHC if the low back archs the underactive muscles would be?
Intrinsic core stabalizers
During a pushing assessment at the Shoulder complex if their is shoulder elevation then the overactive muscles would be?
Upper trapezius
sternocleidomastoid
Levator scapulae
During a pushing assessment at the Shoulder complex if their is shoulder elevation then the underactive muscles would be?
Mid and lower trapezius
During a pushing assessment at the head if it protrudes forward then the overactive muscles would be?
Upper trapezius
Sternocleidomastoid
Levator scapulae
During a pushing assessment at the head if it protrudes forward then the underactive muscles would be?
Deep cervical flexors
Generally used as antihupertensive(high blood pressure)
Beta-blockers
generally prescribed for hupertension and angina(chest pain)
calcium-channel blockers
generally prescribed for hypertension, congestive heart failure
Nitrates
generally prescribed for hypertension,  congestive heart failure,  and peripheral edema
diuretics
Generally prescribed to correct or prevent bronchial smooth muscle constriction in individuals with asthma and other pulmonary diseases
bronchodilators
Used in the treatment of hypertension and congestive heart failure
Vasodilators
Used in the treatment of various psychiatric and emotional disorders
Antidepressants
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