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NASM Compensations

NASM CPT 4 - Compensations, Muscle Imbalances and Corrective Strategies

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During an Overhead Squat assessment, the client's feet turn out. What are the probable OVERACTIVE muscles? Soleus Lateral Gastrocnemius Biceps Femoris (short head)
During an Overhead Squat assessment, the client's knees move in. What are the probable OVERACTIVE muscles? Adductor complex Biceps Femoris (short head) Tensor Fascia Latae Vastus Lateralis
During an Overhead Squat Assessment, the client demonstrates excessive forward lean. What are the problable OVERACTIVE muscles? Soleus Gastrocnemius Hip Flexor Complex (TFL, rectus femoris, psoas) Abdominal Complex (rectus abdominis, external obliques)
During an Overhead squat assessment, the client shows a low back arch. What are the probable OVERACTIVE muscles? Hip Flexor Complex (tfl, rectus femoris, psoas) Erector Spinae Latissismus Dorsi
During an overhead squat assessment, the client's arms fall forward. What are the probable OVERACTIVE muscles? Latissimus Dorsi Pectoralis major/minor Teres Major
During a pushing/pulling assessment, the client's shoulders elevate. What are the probable OVERACTIVE muscles? Upper Trapezius Sternoclemastoid Levator Scapulae
During a pushing/pulling assessment, the client's head protrudes. What are the probable OVERACTIVE muscles? Upper Trapezius Sternoclemastoid Levator Scapulae
During an Overhead squat assessment, the client's feet turn out. What are the probable UNDERACTIVE muscles? Medial Gastrocnemius Medial Hamstring Gracilias Sartorius Popliteus
During the Overhead squat assessment, the client's knees move inward. What are the probable UNDERACTIVE muscles? Glueteus Maximus/Medius Vastus Medialis Oblique (VMO)
During the Overhead squat assessment, the client demonstrates excessive forward lean. What are the probable UNDERACTIVE muscles? Anterior Tibialis Gluteus Maximus Erector Spinae
During the Overhead squat assessment, the client's arms fall forward. What are the probable UNDERACTIVE muscles? Mid/Lower Trapezius Rhomboids Rotator Cuff (suprasinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor, subscapularis)
During the Overhead squat assessment, the client's low back arches. What are the probable UNDERACTIVE muscles? Gluteus Maximus Hamstring Complex Intrinisic Core Stabilizers (transverse abdominis, multifidus, transversospinalis, internal oblique, pelvic floor muscles)
During the pushing/pulling assessment, the client's shoulders elevate. What are the probable UNDERACTIVE muscles? Mid/Lower Trapezius
During the pushing/pulling assessment, the client's head protrudes. What are the probable UNDERACTIVE muscles? Deep Cervical Flexors
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