nasm assessment

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nasm assessment
2011-09-29 14:40:16
nasm assessment

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  1. At risk wiast to hip ratio for females
  2. Underactive muscles when a clients knees move inward during a single leg squat assessment
    Gluteus medius, gluteus masimus, vastus medialis oblique
  3. performance assessments
    Davies test, shark skill, upper extremity strength assessment, lower extremity strength assessment
  4. Overactive muscles when the clients knees move inward
    adductor complex, biceps femoris tfl,, vastus lateralis
  5. Strengthening exercise when a clients feet run out on the overhead squat assessment
    single leg balance reach
  6. The heart rate training zone that increases endurance and trains the anaerobic threshold
    zone two
  7. Corrective strategy for kness move inward (as seen in the overhead squat assessment)
    tube walking
  8. Measurable data about a clients physical state such as body composition, movement, and cardiovascular ability
    objective info
  9. The latissimus dorsi in indicated as being overactive in the overhead squat assessment when what movement compensatons occur
    low back arches and arms fall forward
  10. Underactive muscles if a clients feet trun out during an overhead squat assessment
    medial gastrocnemius, medial hamstring, gracilis, sartorius, popliteus
  11. Underactive muscles when low back rches during over head squat assessment
    gluteus maximus, hamstrings, intinsic core stabilizers
  12. Obesity related health problems begin to increase wehn a persons bmi exceeds
  13. Muscles to foam roll when a client exhibits an excessive forward lean
    hip flexor complex, calf complex
  14. Measurable data about a clients physical state obtained in the fitness assessment
    objective info
  15. Movement compensattions when abdominal complex is overactive
    excessive forward lean
  16. An indication that the clients ankle complex will be in a plantar fexed position for extended periods of time based on occupation
    wearing dress shoes
  17. Observed movement compensation in the overhead squat assessment when rotator cuff muscles are underactive
    arms fall forward
  18. The muscle that could possibly be tight or overactive if a client demonstrated feet turning out during the overhead squat assessment
    soleus,lateral gastrocnemius, biceps femoris
  19. Lifestyle questions that the health and fitness pro should ask about when conducting a fitness assessment
    recreation and hobbies
  20. Duration of the davies test
    15 seconds
  21. Stengthening exercise for an elevated shoulder movement compensation during the pushing assessment
    ball cobra
  22. the equation used to assess a clients body mass index
    Weight in kilograms divided by height in meters squared
  23. Corrective strategy for arms fall forward (as seen in the overhead squat assessment
    squat to row
  24. The alignment of the musculoskeletal system, which allows our center of gravity to be maintained over a base of support
    structural efficiency
  25. Number of trials in shark skill test
    1 practice, 2 timed
  26. Strengthening exercies for shoulders elevated in pushing assessment
    ball cobra
  27. The level that a client is instructed to squat to when performing the overhead squat assessment
    height of a chair
  28. Recommended rest during lower extremity strengthassessment
  29. Assessments that measure upper extremity neuromuscular efficiency
    pushing and pulling assessment
  30. The heart rate training zone that builds aerobic base and aids in recovery
    zone one
  31. A zone of cardiorespiratory traingn wehn a client scores poor during the three minute step test
    zone one
  32. Clients tht not recommended that the health and fitness pro use skin calipers on
    very overweight clients
  33. the method of measuring body fat percentages that conducts and electrical current through the body too measure fat
    bioelectrical impedance
  34. The blood pressure number that reflects the pressure produced by the heart as it pumps blood to the body
    systolic reading
  35. Muscles that have decreased neural control once a client has had an ankle sprain
    gluteus maximus and gluteus medius
  36. Strengthening exercise for a client that exhibits arms falling forward during an overhead squat assessment
    squat to row
  37. Average resting heart rate for a male
  38. Rest period before recovery pulse is taken in the three minutes step test
  39. Six common surgical procedures that should be taken into consideration during a fitness assessment
    foot ankle surger, knee surger, back surger, shoulder surgery, cesarean section, appendectomy
  40. Movement compensations overactive biceps femoric can cause in the overhead squat assessment
    feet trun out and knees move inward
  41. The assessments that test upper extremity neuromuscular efficiency
    pushing and pulling assessment
  42. Overactive muscles when a clients head protrudes forward during a pushing assessment
    upper trapezius, sternocleidomastoid, levator scapula
  43. Movement observations with overactive tfl
    knees move inward, excessive forward lean, low back arches. note. the tfl is part of the hip flexor complex
  44. The amount of weight that should be added following the warm up segment of the upper extremit strength assessment
    10 to 20 lbs
  45. Movement compensations underactive guleteus maximus can cause during overhead squat assessment
    knees move inware, excessive forward lean, low back arches
  46. Methods of assessing body fat
    underwater weighing, bioelectrical impedance, and skin fold calipers
  47. seven common chronic diseases
    cardiovascular disease, hypertension, high cholesterol, strooke, lung or breathing problems, obesity, diabetes
  48. Persons contraindicated to perform davies test
    individuals lacking shoulder stability
  49. The observable movement compensation when the upper trapezius, sternocleidomastoid, and levaor scapulae are over active
    Shoulder elevatoin, head protrudes forward
  50. the view for single leg squat assessment
  51. reasons why the health and fitness pro can should obtain client circumference measuremnts in the inital assessment
    Provides feedback about client progress, can be used to caculated body fat percentage, can be used to caculate waist to hip ratio
  52. Compensations obserced during the overhead squat assessment from the anterior view
    feet turn out and knees move inward
  53. dynamics postural assessment
    overhead squat assessment, singleleg squat assessment, pushing assessmetn, pulling assessment
  54. Underactive muscles when a clients arms fall forward during an overhead squat assessment
    middle lower trapezius rhomboids, rotator cuff
  55. Guidelines for setting up overhead squeat assesment
    Feet shoulder width apart, pointd straight ahead and in neutral position, raise arems overhead and fully extended
  56. appropriate stretches for a client that exhibits an arched lower back during a overhead squat assessment
    hip flexor complex, latissimus dorsi, erector spinae
  57. The amount of weight that should be added following the warm up segment of the lower extremith strength assessment
  58. Why bmi is not a good indicator of body fat versus lean body mass
    Only takes weight and height into account
  59. Information that is gathered form a client inliding health history and medical background
    subjective info
  60. Underactive muscle when knee moves inward on single leg squat assessment
    gluteus medius, gluteus maximus, vastus medialis oblique
  61. Medications that decrease heart rate and blood pressure
    beta blockers
  62. The alignment and function of all components of the kinetic chain and under the direct control of the central nervous system
  63. Overactive muscle in low back arches movemtn compensation
    hip flexor complex, erector spinae, and latissimus dorsi
  64. Corrective strategy for feet turning out on overhead squeat assessment
    single leg balance reach
  65. Average resting heart rate for a famle
  66. faults penalized in the shark skill test
    non hopping leg touches ground, hands come off hips, foot goes into wrong sguare, foot does not return to center squared
  67. Percentage of the american adult population that does not partake in 30min of low to moderate physical cactivity on a dailiy basis
  68. the heart rate traing zone that builds high end work capacity
    zone three
  69. Where the hip measuremtn is taken when conducting circumference measurements
    widest portion of the buttocks
  70. Appropriate stretches for a cleint whose arms fall forward duing an overhead squat assessment
    latissimus dori, thoracic spine, pectoral
  71. assessments that measre cardiorespiraratory capability
    step test and rockport walk test
  72. The observalbe movemnt compensation when the hip flexor complex and erector spinae are overactive
    low back arches
  73. Compensatioons observed during the overhead squat assessment from thelateral view
    low back arch excessive forward lean, arms fall forward
  74. Beta blockers are used for cleints affected with
    high blood pressure and arrhythmias
  75. movemnt compensations observed during pushing assessment
    low back arches, shoulder elevation, protruidng head
  76. Three guidelines for the health and fitness pro when taking the radial pulse of a client
    touch should be gentle, take test wen client is calm, three tests at the same tiem to ensure accuracy
  77. Relevant info regaridng aclients ccupation adn movement capacity
    extended periods of sitting, repetitive movemnts, dress shoes, mental stress
  78. Overactive muscle when a cleints low back arches duign the overhead squat assessment
    hip flexor complex and erctor spinae
  79. Corrective strategy for low back arches, as seen in over ehad squat assesment
    ball squat
  80. Medications commonly used in treatment of hypertension
    beta blckers, calcium channel blockers, nitrated, vasodilators
  81. When the structural integrity of the body has been compromised as a result of a disruption in one or more of the components of the knetic chain, this develops
    postural distortion pattern
  82. Underactive muscles when low back arches during pushing assessment
    intrinsic core stabilizers
  83. The assessment that measures lower extremity agility and neuromuscular control
    shark skill test
  84. Underactive muscle in excessive forward lean
    anterior tibialis, gliteus maximus, erctor spinae
  85. Dysfunctional areas that often relut in noncontact related knee injuries
    ankel and hip dysfunciton
  86. Typical adult heart rat
  87. Movement compensations associated with overactive soleus
    feet trun out and excessive forward lean
  88. Knowing a clients occupation is helpful because it can provide the health adn fitness pro with insight into
    movement capacity
  89. The number that signiffies the min pressure within the areteries through a full cardia cycle
  90. At risk waist to hip ratio for males
  91. Corrective strategy for head protruiding forward on pulling assessment
    keep head in neutral position when performing all exercises
  92. A zone of caridorespiratory traing when a cleint scors averge on the three min step test
    zone two
  93. Most important factor to consider when taking circumference measuremnts
  94. Underactive muscles when a cliets head protrudes forward during a pulling assessment
    deep cervical flexors
  95. Severe bmi score begins at
  96. Number of repetitons performed per set in the upper extremity strength assesment
  97. Tempo for pulling assessment
  98. Underactive muscles when shoulders elevate in pushing assessement
    middle and lower trap
  99. Regressions for clients unable to perform single leg squat assessment
    use outsinde support for squating assistance , perform single leg balance without squat