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what is the agonist whilst doing a bicep curl ? the bicep !
and whats the antagonist ? the tricep !
what is abduction ? this is movement of a body part away from an imaginary midline of the body.
what is adduction ? this is the movement of a body part towards and imaginary midline of the body.
what are the three types of joints ? foxed or fibrous, cartilaginous and synovial ?
what are some examples of synovial joints ? hip and knee joints, cervical and thoracic vertabrae.
what are some cartilaginous joints ? ribs attaching to sternum, lumbar vertebrae.
what are fixed or fibrous joints ? skull, pelvis, radinoulnar and tibiofibular joints.
what are the red fibres that are best suited to aerobic, endurance work such as triathlons ? slow-twitch fibres.
what are the white fibres that are best suited to short-duration, high-intensity anaerobic work ; for example, the bursts of power and speed required to sprint ? fast-twitch fibres.
Created by: benworm