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Standing with one foot on a stool... is good advice to protect the lowback
Using the terms COG and/or BOS, how does the following change make you more stable: Going from standing to a semi-squat position lowering the COG
sitting and slouching creates high disc pressure
pushing instead of pulling demonstrates good body mechanics
maintaining "neutral spine" when lifting means having ____in the lumbar spine slight lordosis
if you are going to actively decrease your lumbar lordosis, which muscles do you use? abdominals and hip extensors
if you are going to increase your lumbar lordosis, your pelvis needs to tilt: anteriorly
the line of gravity from a lateral view of the human body should fall ____to the knee axis anterior
when lifting a 6 lb weight off of the floor using your lowback, the force felt in the lowback will be: (6 lb + the weight of the upper body) X 10
T or F Repeated lowback flexion can cause antero-lateral disc bulging false
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