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Sports Med.

First test

Sagittal Plane splitting the left and right sides of the body
Coronal Plane splitting the front and back of the body
Transverse Plane splitting the top and bottom of the body
Midline from neck to thighs in the middle
Distal away from the head/neck towards the midline
Proximal towards the head/neck
Superior above the shoulders
Inferior below the shoulders
Ventral front of the body
Dorsal back of the body
Supine laying on your back
Prone laying face down
Right Lateral Recumbent lying on the right side
Left Lateral Recumbent lying on the left side
Z-Line the ends of the muscle fiber
M-Line middle of the muscle fiber
Thick Filaments dense structures towards the M-Line
Thin Filaments less dense structures towards the Z-Lines
T-Tubles extension of sarcolemma
Sarcomeres units of myofibrils
Myofibril cylindrical structures that carry out contraction
Mitochondria energy generation
Sarcoplasmic Reticulum specialized endoplasmic reticulum of skeletal muscle cell
Sarcolemma specialized plasma membrane
Triad Junction composed of T-Tubule, terminal cristernae, and gaps
What is Sports Medicine? -Performance Enhancement -Injury Care and Management
Abduction moving away from the body
Adduction moving towards the body
Flexion to bend
Extension to extend
Inversion turning inward
Eversion turning outward
Internal Rotation rotery motion towards the body
External Rotation rotery motion away from the body
Valgus knock-kneed
Varus Bow-Legged
Pronation palms down
Supination palms up
Strength a maximal voluntary force exerted in a single muscle
Power Force (x) Distance (x) Time; or Strength (x) Speed
Muscular Endurance the ability to repeat a series of muscular contractions
Flexibility the range of movement of a joint that is permitted by the surrounding tissues
Agility involvement of coordination and speed to permit rapid control in the movement or change the direction of the body
Balance equilibrium of the body over its supporting base
CRE Adequate function or response of those physiological systems that deliver fuel and oxygen to the active muscles
Muscles are made up of _________ Muscle fibers
Within ea
Created by: Sydney Davis 2