5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Base of Support
- Law of inertia
- Example of Newton's second Law
- Newton's 1st Law
- a Newton's law that states that everybody continues in its state of uniform motion in a right line unless it is compelled to change that state by forces impressed upon it
- b states that an object continues in its state of rest or of uniform motion unless compelled to change that state by an external force
- c a general suggestion to find this width is to assume a standing position with feet hip width apart and on foot slightly in front of the other. Consider this when striving for optimum body mechanics
- d what law is this? The bigger a body you are working with is, the more force you will be required to use to invoke a change.
- e this means that you have found a center of physical balance. Physically and mentally
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- dynamic alignment
- 1. feet facing in direction of stroke; 2. keep spinal curves in tact; 3. line up body directly behind the hands, 4. keep thumb close to fingers; 5 avoid hyper extending the knees, feel shoulder blades swing freely, 6. initiation 7. breathing, 8. ergonomics, 9. keep joints stacked, 10. bend at the knee 11. don't cross mid-line, 12. bilateral weight disbursement.
- Newton's law that states if one body exerts a force on the second, the second exerts an equal and opposite force on the first.
- Law of inertia
- The law of action and reaction
5 True/False Questions
Dynamic alignment is also known as → The law of structural alignment
law of structural alignment → structure reflects the relationships and connections within the body. No muscles work alone
Breathing → this means that you have found a center of physical balance. Physically and mentally
Example of Newton's third law → what law is this? if a client has an adhesion, chances are that this adhesion will remain unless some kind of input (massage, movement, etc.) is put upon it
The law of inertia is also known as → The law of structural alignment