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Fitness & Eval Assmt part 2
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What muscle can contribute to an anterior pelvic tilt when it becomes inflexible?
what CHO sources are considered complex and should constitute the greatest number of daily calories consumed from carbohydrates?
what directs functions such as hunger, thirst, temperature regulation and sleep?
what muscle commonly lack flexibility, often leading to a pelvic imbalance that increases the tendency for the pelvis to migrate into a posterior tilt?
What is the RDA for fiber intake?
20-35g per day
The __________ secretes digestive enzymes and also produces hormones for blood glucose management.
what is released from the liver and considered to be a primary signaling hormone for the promotion of muscle hypertrophy?
Insulin-like growth factor-1
Tight hip flexors often lead to an increased lordotic curve of the ________ spine
The primary role of the ________ is to increase intra-abdominal pressure through hoop tension to stabilize and support the spine
Low-carbohydrate diets can reduce performance and cause the breakdown of lean bodily proteins due to loss of the ________ _____ ____.
protein sparing mechanism
The ____ is a dietary reference value which indicated a nutrient intake level sufficient to meet the requirements of 97-98% of healthy individuals in a particular group.
The concept that energy is transferred across joints to support voluntary movement is termed __________.
T/F Fiber tends to provide less than or equal to 2kcal/g because the body cannot completely break it down for energy provision.
what has the greatest impact on one's rate of metabolism?
T/F The goal for sugar intake is to keep it below 25% of daily calories.
Having your client rehearse the forward lunge repeatedly without weights will improve their movement performance due to neuromuscular familiarity, referred to as __________.
T/F Processed carbohydrates are metabolized in the body similar to sugar and increase the risk for fat storage.
Which of the following exercises would directly promote improved ROM in the hip adductors?
T/F Cortisol levels are reduced with regular bouts of long-duration endurance training.
A postural assessment is an easy way to identify skeletal issues and variations from anatomical position. This is done with the use of a ____________________.
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