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Treatment & Rehab Test 3
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Which of the following is not a guideline that should be considered when performing PNF exercise?
For protection, rotation should be avoided
Where in the functional range of motion is a muscle strongest?
What is the typical speed ratio when performing an eccentric activity to concentric activity?
After reaching the peak years of strength gain, at what rate does the ability to generate muscular force decline?
1% per year
According to the DeLorme-Watkins protocol what should the first set consist of?
10 repetitions at 50% of the patients 10RM
According to the DeLorme-Watkins protocol, what weight would be used for the second set of an individual whose 10RM is 200 pounds?
According to the DAPRE protocol, a patient's working weight is based on what?
Percentage of the patient's 6RM
Which of the following PNF techniques requires an isotonic contraction of the agonist group followed by an isotonic contraction of the antagonist group?
What lower extremity PNF pattern begins with the knee flexed, the ankle dorsiflexed, and the hip flexed, abducted, and internally rotated?
Which of the following lifting protocols allows the patient to exercise to their maximum levels while allowing for daily fluctuations in their strength?
When following the DAPRE protocol, what should the fourth set weight be?
Weight is adjusted based on the previous set
Which of the following best mimics functional activities in athletics?
Which of the following types of resistance exercises requires a constant speed of contraction with variable force?
Which of the following is defined as the ability to move a force a given distance?
Which of the following components of muscular performance is considered more functional for the general population when completing activities of daily living?
According to the Oxford protocol what weight would be used in the first set when your patient has a 1RM of 265 pounds and a 10RM of 200 pounds?
An individual performing a power clean is working on which part of their muscular performance?
What manual muscle grade would be given to a patient who could complete full range of motion against gravity?
What aspect of muscular performance is directly related to the cross-sectional area of a particular muscle?
What upper extremity PNF patterns starting position is described by the following: The shoulder is extended, abducted, and internally rotated with the elbow and fingers extended and the wrist in a neutral position?
Which of the following types of resistance exercise is being completed when an individual lowers themselves from a pull-up?
Which of the following represents the correct order of the sliding filament theory?
Acetylcholine, calcium, troponin, tropomyosin
What phase of periodization training is focused on rest and restoration?
At what age do maximum strength gains occur in both males and females?
Early to mid-twenties
Which type of resistance exercise has the patient perform a muscular contraction with no change in joint angle?
What abdominal muscle is recruited more when performing the dead bug exercises?
All of recruited equally
What muscle is responsible for flexion, side bending, and rotation to the opposite side?
Which of the following muscles acting on the core has proximal attachments to the spinous processes and progress distally to attach at different sites on the mamillary process, iliac crest, and sacrum?
What muscle is responsible for flexion, side bending, and rotation to the same side?
Which muscle is recruited more when performing roll outs and roll out pikes?
Which of the following describes incorrect positioning when performing a crunch?
Motion comes from the lumbar spine
A side bridge strengthens all but which of the following muscles?
What structure forms the anterior portion of the loop around the abdomen?
Which of the following muscles can improve core stability the most when strengthened?
No individual muscle can adequately stabilize the core
Which of the following components should be focused on when designing a rehabilitation program of the core?
All components should be focused on
Which of the following is an intersegmental muscle?
What muscle is considered the forgotten muscle of the core?
What is the main function of the multifidi muscles?
When performing core stability, which of the following is incorporated with static stability?
Which of the following muscles acting on the core has attachments from spinous process to spinous process?
Larger athletes, those over ____ pounds, must only perform submaximal exercise or be monitored closely while performing-high intensity plyometric exercise.
What plane of movement should plyometric exercises begin in before progression?
Which of the following aspects is most important when incorporating plyometric exercise into the rehabilitation program?
Proper technique and execution
During the ground contact time of jump training, it is important to enhance which of the following aspects?
All are enhanced during jump training
In which phase of the stretch shortening cycle does a brief but strong isometric contraction occur?
Which phase of the stretch shortening cycle occurs when the agonist muscle is being stretched or loaded, stimulating the muscle spindles?
According to guidelines, before initiating maximal plyometric exercise the athlete should be able to perform five squats in ____ seconds with ____ % of body weight.
Which of the following is a true statement about the neurophysiological model of plyometrics?
It is based on the use of kinetic energy
Which of the following is a proper example of maximal plyometrics for the lower extremity?
Incorporating which of the following into rehabilitation will result in increased explosive strength or power?
When designing a lower extremity plyometric program, the starting volume should be ____ foot contacts and progress up to ____ foot contacts?
40 to 80; 200
Which of the following plyometric exercises involves the patient dropping to the ground from a raised platform or box, and then immediately jumping up?
Which of the following plyometric exercises involves the patient jumping off one platform or box, landing on the floor, and jumping onto another box?
In which phase of the stretch shortening cycle does the alpha motor neuron increase activation of the muscle?
Which of the following represents a proper plyometric exercise progression?
Forward/backward hops; lateral hops; zig-zag hops; hops with twists
Which of the following represents correct general strength criteria for initiating normal lower extremity plyometric exercise?
Body squat: 1.5 x body weight to parallel
Which of the following demonstrates a proper progression of preparatory plyometric exercise for the upper extremity?
Wall push-ups; incline push-up; medicine ball off trampoline; explosive bench press
Which of the following represents correct strength guidelines for initiating preparatory plyometric exercise of the upper extremity?
10 push-ups with elbows 90 degrees in 15 seconds
Which of the following occurs during the concentric phase of plyometric activity?
The alpha motor neurons stimulate working muscle
Which phase of plyometric training is characterized by minimal ground contact time and low repetitions?
What does an isokinetic dynamometer measure?
When using an isokinetic testing device, what calculation provides the best overall indicator for a patient's readiness for activity?
When testing for isokinetic endurance, one should test over ____ repetitions?
Most researchers agree that there is about ____ degrees per second of carryover above or below the specific training velocity.
When using an isokinetic device to test a patient, they should achieve ____ of the baseline or uninjured limb to return to full participation.
Which of the following is defined as the maximum slow-speed torque capability of an extremity?
When testing for isokinetic strength, one should test over ____ repetitions?
3 to 5
Which of the following variables remains constant with isokinetic exercise?
When using an isokinetic device to test a patient, they should achieve ____ of the baseline or uninjured limb to return to limited activity.
Which of the following statements is true about velocity and strength during eccentric isotonic testing?
As velocity decreases, force increases
Which of the following isokinetic testing methods provides superior benefits?
No one method is superior to the others
Of the following isokinetic devices, which one is still in production?
Isokinetics gained popularity primarily due to its ability to provide an objective assessment of what?
Strength, power, and endurance
A straight leg raise with a 5-pound weight at the ankle is an example of what type of exercise?
What is the recommended slow concentric isokinetic test speed for the shoulder?
Which of the following is defined as force times distance divided by time?
When evaluating the torque curve, what is represented by time required to complete the work?
Quad setting is an example of what type of exercise?
In general, what velocity should one train at to increase muscular endurance?
What is the recommended slow concentric isokinetic test speed for the ankle?
When evaluating the torque curve, what is represented by the highest point on the curve?
Which of the following is defined as the body's ability to move a force a given distance?
What year was the isokinetic concept first described?
In general, what velocity should one train at to increase overall muscle strength?
When evaluating the torque curve, what is represented by the area under the curve?
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