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NASM Appendix D

Appendix D study questions

QuestionAnswer
Where is the anterior tibialis? Commonly known as shin muscle. Lower leg muscle front (anterior) and along outside upper 2/3's of tibia.
What is the function of the latissimus dorsi? Concentrically accelerates shoulder extension, adduction and interior rotation. Pulls arm down, rotates arm inward, pulls arm in towards the side.
What is the isolated function of the psoas? Concentrically accelerates hip flexion and external rotation. Extends and rotates lumbar spine. Lifts leg up, turn leg out and pulls torso backward.
What is the isolated function of the TFL? Lifts leg up, moves leg away from the midline of the body, turns leg inward. Concentrically accelerates hip flexion, adduction and internal rotation.
What is the isolated function of the gluteus maximus? Concentrically acccelerates hip extension and external rotation. Moves leg backward and rotates leg outward.
What is the isolated function of the gastrocnemius? Points foot away from the shin
What is the primary function of the soleus? Concentrically acccelerates plantar flexion. Points foot away from the shin
What is the primary function of the quads? Knee extension and hip flexion
What are the four quad muscles? Vastus latererals Vastus medials Vastus intermedius Rectus femoris
What are exercises for the glutes? Squats
What are signs of underactive glutes? Knees move inward, excessive forward lean and low back arches
What are exercises for the calves? Calf raises
What is a sign of overactive calf muscles? Excesive forward lean, feet turning out
What is a sign of overactive psoas muscle? Excessive forward lean
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