Kines2 Final

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Kines2 Final
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  1. Genus Varus
    Bow legged
  2. Genus Valgus
    Knock Knees
  3. Is hypolordosis part of lower crossed syndrome?
    No!
  4. What is short and tight with lower crossed
    syndrome?
    • Iliacus
    • Rec fem
    • Lumbar erectors
    • TFL/ ITB
  5. What is typically weakened with lower crossed syndrome?
    • Abdominals
    • Gluts
    • Hamstrings
  6. What twelve muscles perform hip flexion?
    • Adductor longus, magnus, brevis
    • Gracilis
    • Pectinius
    • Iliacus
    • Psoas
    • Rec fem
    • Sartorius
    • TFL
    • Glut med & min
  7. What six muscles produce hip extension?
    • Semimembranosis
    • Semitendonosis
    • Biceps femoris
    • Adductor magnus (fourth hamstring)
    • Glut max
    • Glut med
  8. What ten posterior muscles produce hip adduction?
    • Pectinius
    • Gracilis
    • Adductor longus, brevis and magnus
    • Semitendonosis
    • Semimembranosis
    • Iliacus
    • Psoas
    • Lower fibers of glut max
  9. What muscle does hip external rotation (posterior muscles)?
    Biceps femoris
  10. What four muscles do knee flexion?
    • Biceps femoris
    • Gracilis
    • Semimembranosis
    • Semitendonosis
  11. What three muscles do knee internal rotation?
    • Semimembranosis
    • Semitendinosis
    • Gracilis
  12. What muscle does knee external rotation?
    Biceps femoris
  13. What are the concentric actions of TFL (3)?
    • Flexes hip
    • Internally rotates hip
    • Abducts hip
  14. What are the concentric contractions of piriformis?
    • Horizontally abducts hip when flexed to 90
    • Internally rotates when past 90.
  15. When glut med is weak, which other muscle needs to work harder to keep the hip stabilized?
    TFL
  16. What muscles have trigger points at the hip?
    • Glut max
    • TFL
  17. What muscle is considered a powerful plantar flexor?
    Soleus
  18. What muscle is involved in medial tracking patella?
    Vastus medialis
  19. What muscle is involved with lateral tracking patella?
    Vastus lateralis
  20. Is pronation an eccentric or concentric action?
    • Eccentric
    • Loading
    • Deceleration
  21. Is supination an eccentric or concentric action?
    • Concentric
    • Unloading
    • Acceleration
  22. Two examples of forced couples involved in lower crossed syndrome.
    • Erectors and hip flexors
    • Abdominals and hamstrings
  23. What happens during the loading (pronation) phase in the gait cycle (3)?
    • dorsiflexion
    • eversion
    • abduction
  24. What happens during the unloading (supination) phase in the gait cycle (3)?
    • plantar flexion
    • inversion
    • adduction
  25. What are the actions for piriformis?
    • Horizontally abducts hip when flexed to 90
    • Internally rotates when past 90
  26. Actions of TFL
    • Flexes the hip
    • Internally rotates hip
    • Abducts hip
  27. Peroneals do what two actions?
    • Eversion
    • Assist with plantar flexion
  28. What two muscles do inversion?
    Tibialis posterior and anterior
  29. Concentric, isometric and eccentric actions of the deep lateral rotators
    • Concentric- external rotation
    • Isometric- stabilization of the pelvis and hip
    • Eccentric- decelerates internal rotation of hip, particularly during loading phase of gait

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