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L3 Gym Inst test

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Flexion and extension take place in which anatomical plane? Sagital
Inversion and eversion of the foot occur at which joint? Talus and Calcaneus
Purpose of the Gorgi Tendon Organ Detect excessive tension in muscle/tendon and fire a reflex arc to relax the muscle and return to safe position.
The action of the subscapularis is Medially rotate the humerus
What happens to systolic and diastolic blood pressures during a mod intensity training session Systolic increases whilst diastolic remains the same.
Coronary Arteries carry Oxygenated blood from Aorta to Myocardium
A client trains regularly to overload with weights using 15-25 rep range. What will pysiological adaptation be? Increased capillarisation of type 1 muscle fibres, improved clearance of lactic acid.
The autonomic nervous system conrols: Increase and decrease of heart rate.
FITTA stands for Frequency, Intensity, Time, Type, Adherance
SAID stands for Specific Adaptation to Imposed Demands
SMART stands for Selection, Marshalling, Amount, Rest periods, Training load
Heart rate band for Mod to Aerobic 50-60%
Heart rate band for weight Management Zone 60-70%
Heart rate Zone for Aerobic Fitness 70-80%
Heart rate zone for Peak Performance 80-90%
HHR= Max HR - Resting HR
Target heart rate using HHR Heart rate reserve x % Heart rate + Resting heart rate
Active Recovery % HR 60%
Long slow distance % HR 60-75%
Up Tempo % HR 75-85%
Sub- Maximal % HR 80-95%
High Intensity % HR 95-100%
Name the five types of stretches Passive, Active, Dynamic, Ballistic, Static
SEAM = Stability, Effectiveness, Alignment, Momentum
Created by: sidneybetty