NASM PRAC EXAM.txt
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After a client has warmed up with light resistance for 8 to 10 reps, how much additional weight should be added on when performing the lower extremity strength assessment?
During the pushing assessment the client demonstrates elevated shoulder posture. Which of the following would be most appropriate to incorporate into phase 1 training program?
When performing circumference measurements, where should you measure the waist
at the narrowest part of the waist
Lifestyle Questions include:
Recreation and hobbies
A client who exhibits excessive forward lean should foam roll the all of the following muscles except:
a. soleus b.vastus lateralis c. lateral gastrocnemius d. TFL
OH Squat Assessment, feet turn out, what exercise would be best?
Single leg balance reach
Which muscle is primarily responsible for hip flexion and internal rotation
Which exercises are performed in the sagittal plane of motion
Kids have a higher submaximal oxygen demand when compared with adults for walking and running, glycolytic enzymes are lower, therefore they can not perform long duration and high intensity tasks
Dereased tolerate for environmental extremes due to sweatign rate
Exercises that emphasize an agonist and then immediately followed by an exercise that emphasizes the antagonist are called:
What is considered a back stabilization exercise
Standing cable row
Hypertension is defined as blood pressure
greater than 140/90
When implementing reactive training into stage 1 stabilization endurance training what is the recommended number of exercises
Clients who have progressed into the strength level of training of the OPT model would be ready to start training in which new heart rate zone.
Recommended rest interval for client performing resistance training exercises in the Hypertrophy (Phase 3)
NASM PRAC EXAM.txt