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Chapter 15 - Exercise Modalities
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Good for beginner clients, moves primarily in only one plane of motion, does little to challenge LPHC stabilization.
Challenges core stability and can increase athletic performance, but may require a spotter. Barbells and dumbbells
Allows for freedom of movement in multiple planes of motion without the need for a spotter
Which modality can be progressed or regressed by changing the line of pull?
Increased muscle activation, low compressive loads to the spine, increased performance, potential increase in caloric expenditure, improvements in cardio fitness
What are the benefits of suspension body-weight training?
Perform in standard push up position; perform in push up position with knees on floor perform with hands on bench and feet on floor.
What are 3 regressions for performing a prone iso-abs exercise?
Step in frontal plane and step in transverse plane
What are 2 progressions for step up to balance?
Weighted balls that come in a variety of weights and sizes
Differs from a dumbbell or medicine ball in that the center of mass is away from the handle, requiring more strength and coordination
Improving circulation and cardio vascular function; alleviation of muscle soreness; weight reduction and increased metabolism; increasing bone density; increasing flexibility and range of motion; improving overall well-being
What are 6 benefits of vibration training?
Alternating-arm and single-arm
What are 2 progressions for ball dumbbell row?
Kneeling over ball
what is 2 regression for ball dumbbell row?
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