NASM PREP2

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NASM PREP2
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  1. where are peptide chains broken up into tripeptides, dipeptides and amino acids?
    small intestine
  2. assessment: knees go toward one another
    pronation distortion syndrome
  3. ture about neural activation:
    • electrical impulses are used to send signals to muscles
    • chemicals are used to send signals to muscles
  4. agonist is a _____
    prime mover
  5. arthrokinematic type of a knee joint is a ____
    sliding joint
  6. hamstrings are located on the _____ side of the thigh
    posterior
  7. symptoms of chronic high protein intake
    • higher intake of saturated fat
    • possible dehydration
    • increased urea production
  8. how many sets for building muscle endurance and stability
    1 to 3
  9. angina pectoris:
    chest pain
  10. static stretching is considered what type of flex training?
    corrective
  11. marching exercise best for what level?
    stabilization
  12. type I osteoporosis deficit in ____-
    estrogen
  13. target heart rate
    (HRmax - HRrest) x desired intensity } + HRrest
  14. avg typical heart rate
    70-80 bpm
  15. system of the core provides intervertebral stability
    local stabilization system
  16. tempo 2/0/2
    • 2 seconds eccentric
    • 0 isometric
    • 2 contraction
  17. sacromere
    functional unit of muscle that produces muscular contraction, consisting of actin and myosin
  18. slow rep 4/2/1 best for what?
    muscular endurance
  19. which groups contains only sources of energy that our bodys uses directly?
    fat, glucose and protein
  20. CPET:
    cardiopulmonary exercise testing
  21. diff btwn intramuscular and intermuscular
    intra: ability of neuromuscular sytem to allow optimal levels of motor unit recruitment and sync within a muscle

    inter: proper activation and timing btwn muscles
  22. the ____ are the ____ chambers located superiorly to the top of the heart
    atria, small
  23. mov. lean head backward:
    cervical extension
  24. bones compose respiratory pump
    sternum, ribs and vertebrae
  25. vertebrae are which type of bone
    irregular
  26. the suraspinous or infraspinous fossa is a ____ located on the ___
    depression, scapulae
  27. comp. of the cardio system
    heart, blood, blood vessels
  28. sensory rec. sensitive to change in length
    muscle spindles
  29. part of bone most cancellous
    epiphysis
  30. most common joint
    synovial
  31. muscles assist agonist:
    muscle support body while other muscles perform:
    • synergists
    • stabilizers
  32. what is the storage form of a carb
    glycogen
  33. what part of bone do tendons attach to
    periosteum
  34. what is the cause of rheumatoid arthritis
    bodys immune system attacks its own tissue
  35. symptoms of peripheral arterial disease, characterized by limping, lameness, or pain in the lower leg
    intermittent claudication
  36. training for hypertrophy and muscle growth is best achieved by performing:
    6-12 reps at 75-85% of 1RM

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