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A client's shoulder elevates when perfoming a pushing assessment, what is a probable underactive muscle?
A multiplanar single-leg box hop-up with stabilization is categorized as an exercise in which of the following?
A prolonged intolerable stressor that produces fatigue and leads to a breakdown in the system or injury is called?
A seated cable row is an example of which level of training in the NASM OPT model?
Diastolic blood pressure represents which of the following?
Pressure within the arterial system when the heart is resting and filling with blood
During the pushing assessment, you notice your client's shoulders elevate, what strengthening exercise would you perform with them?
For a client who demonstrates their low back arching as a movement compensation, which method of cardio would you initially avoid?
How long does NASM suggest the cardiorespiratory portion of the warm-up should last?
How long does pressure need to be held on the tender spot while using self-myofascial release?
30 seconds minimum
If a client's feet turn out during the overhead squat assessment, what muscle would be considered underactive?
In a client with lower crossed syndrome, which of the following muscles is lengthened?
In a client with upper crossed syndrome, which of the following muscles is shortened?
Increasing weight with each set is an example of which type of resistance-training system?
The gluteus maximus is responsible for which of the following?
Concentrically accelerating hip extension and external rotation
The latissimus dorsi is responsible for concentrically accelerating which of the following movements?
Shoulder extension, adduction, and internal rotation
The tendency of the body to seek the path of least resistance during functional movement patterns is known as:
What assessment is used to assess upper extremity agility and stability?
What effect do beta-blockers have on a client's blood pressure?
What exercise is considered a total-body strength level exercise?
Squat, curl, to two-arm press
What is a potential drawback to the horizontal loading system?
The amount of time typically spent resting can add up to more time than the workout
What is the appropriate percentage to increase after each set when performing an upper extremity strength assessment?
What is the best time of day to have your client measure their resting heart rate?
Upon waking in the morning
What is the immediate progression of an alternating-arm ball dumbbell chest press?
Single-arm ball dumbbell chest press
What is the most appropriate heart rate percentage range for a client just starting into zone 3?
What is the next immediate progression for the ball two-arm dumbbell chest press?
Alternating-arm ball dumbbell chest press
What type of exercise is a single-leg power step-up categorized as?
When a client is performing the overhead squat assessment from the lateral view, which of the following kinetic chain checkpoints are you observing?
Lumbo pelvic hip complex and shoulder complex
When determining a client's heart rate for zone 2, which equation would you use?
(220 - Clients age) x (76% and 85%)
When first starting out with a brand new client, which of the following training systems is most appropriate?
When performing a peripheral heart action workout for strength, immediately after a barbell squat, which exercise would you perform?
When performing a single-leg squat assessment, if the knee moves inward, what is a probable overactive muscle?
When performing the overhead squat assessment, your client's arms fall forward, which muscle would be considered most likely overactive?
When performing the single-leg dumbbell scaption, what is the immediate regression?
When training for balance, exercises that involve dynamic eccentric and concentric movement of the balance leg through a full range of motion are categorized as which of the following?
When training for speed, agility, and quickness, the foot and ankle complex should be in which of the following positions when it hits the ground?
Pointing straight ahead and dorsiflexed
When training in Phase 1: Stabilization Endurance, what is the main method of progression?
Which muscle is responsible for concentrically accelerating plantar flexion?
Which of the following core exercises is appropriate for a new client?
Floor prone cobra
Which of the following exercises is considered a back-stabilization exercise?
Standing cable row
Which of the following exercises is the best example of a stabilization level exercise?
Multiplanar step-up to balance, curl, to overhead press
Which of the following is an appropriate speed, agility, and quickness drill?
Which of the following is characterized by flat feet and adducted and internally rotated knees?
Pronation distortion syndrome
Which of the following is considered a core power exercise?
Rotation chest pass
Which of the following is considered subjective information?
Which of the following is the best example of zone 3 cardio?
Which of the following muscles is considered part of the global stabilization system?
Which of the following training systems can be just as beneficial as traditional forms of cardiorespiratory training?
You have a client working in Phase 3: Hypertrophy, what type of flexibility would you use?
Self-myofascial release and active-isolated stretching
You observe that your client's knee moves inward during the single-leg squat assessment; what muscle would you foam roll and static stretch?
What zone would a client start in if they had an average score on the YMCA step test?
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