nasm tables 1.txt

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  1. What type of joint has no joint cavity and fibrous connective tissue, little or no movemnt. example, sutures of the skull
    non synovial
  2. What type of joint produces synovial fluid, has a joint cavity and fivrous conective tissue. example, knee
    synovial
  3. What type of joint has no axis of rotation, moves by sliding side toside or back and forth, example, carpals of the hand
    gliding
  4. what type of joint is formed by the fitting of condyles of one bone into elliptical cavities of another , moves predominantly in one plane. example knee
    condyloid
  5. What type of joint is uniaxial, moves predominantly in one planee of motion sagital, example elbow
    hinge
  6. What type of joint has one bone fits like a saddle on another bone, moves predominantly in two planes sagittal, frontal, exampble only carpometacarpal joint of thumb
    saddle
  7. What type of joint has only one axis, moves predominantly in one plane of motion transverse, example radioulnar
    pivot
  8. What type of joint is most mobile of joints, moves in all three panes of motion, example shoulder
    ball and socket
  9. Name the agonist, synergist, stabilizer, antagonist used during a chest press
    • pectoralis major
    • anterior deltoid, triceps
    • rotator cuff
    • posterior deltoid

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