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Applying Skills

Chapter 8 in AFAA PFT Certification

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List several general spotting guidelines. Keep loose equipment out of client's way, practice injury prevention posturing, keep hands close without interfering, teach and practice even loading, communicate about number of reps remaining, assist when the client's speed decreases
What are the (3) main types of learning methods? Visual, Auditory, and Kinesthetic
Name (6) different types of cues effective when working with clients. Alignment, Educational, Imagery, Safety, Visual, Tactile
What is an alignment cue? Showing/teaching how the body should be aligned
What is an educational cue? Explaining what muscle is working and the purpose for working it
What is an imagery cue? Comparing the movement to something familiar
What is a safety cue? Teaching how to minimize injury
What is a visual cue? Actually showing how the move should be done
What is a tactile cue? Touching the client (with permission) to direct the client
List the (5) steps to remember when detailing a new exercise for a client 1. where to start 2. proper alignment 3. the movement/technique 4. common error/safety 5. (how-to) engage the proper muscles
Name (2) resistance training exercises for the Pectoralis Major/Deltoids Bench Press & Dumbbell Fly
Name (2) resistance training exercises for the Mid Traps/Rhomboids/Posterior Deltoids Reverse Fly & Horizontal Seated Row
Name (2) resistance training exercises for the Anterior/Medial Deltoids Bench Press & Dumbbell Fly
Name (2) resistance training exercises for the Latissimus Dors Lat Pull-Down & Bent-Over Row
Name (2) resistance training exercises for the Triceps Push-Up & Tricep Dips
Name (2) resistance training exercises for the Biceps Upright Row & Bicep Curl
Name (2) resistance training exercises for the Rectus Abdominis Hip Lifts & Abdominal Curl
Name (2) resistance training exercises for the Obliques Abdominal Curl & Supine Crunch Twist
Name (2) resistance training exercises for the Erector Spinae Prone Back Extension (Superman) & Back Extension on Roman Chair
Name (2) resistance training exercises for the Quadriceps Leg Press & Squats
Name (2) resistance training exercises for the Hamstrings Squats & Lunges
Name (2) resistance training exercises for the Hip Abductors Side-Lying Hip Abduction & Hip Abduction Machines
Name (2) resistance training exercises for the Hip Adductors Side-Lying Hip Adduction & Hip Adduction Machines
Name (2) resistance training exercises for the Gastrocnemeus and Soleus (Calf) Heel lifts & Leg Press
Name (2) resistance training exercises for the Tibialis Anterios Dorsifelxion & Eversion with resistance band
Name (2) resistance training exercises for the Peroneals, extensor digitorum longus Dorsifelxion & Eversion with resistance band
Name the concentric joint action of the Reverse Fly Scapular Retraction and Shoulder Abduction
Name the concentric joint action of the Lateral Raise Shoulder Flexion, Shoulder Abduction, Scapular Upward Rotation
Name the concentric joint action of the Lat Pull-Down Shoulder Adduction, Scapular Downward Rotation, Elbow Flexion
Name the concentric joint action of the Hamstring Curl Knee Flexion
Name the concentric joint action of the Dead Lift Hip Extension, Knee Extension, Plantar Flexion
Name the concentric joint action of the Heel Left Plantar Flexion
Name the muscle group responsible for the Upright Row Deltoids, Biceps, Supraspinatus, Trapezius (II&IV), Serratus Anterior
Name the concentric joint action of the Barbell Back Squat Hamstrings, Quads, Gastrocnemues, SOleus, Glutes
Name the concentric joint action of the Knee Extensions Quadriceps
Name the concentric joint action of the Bent-Over Row Biceps, Latissimus Dorsi, Teres Major, Pectoralis Major
Name the concentric joint action of the Horizontal High Row Posterior Deltoids, Teres Minor, Trapezius, Rhombids, % Biceps
Name the concentric joint actions and muscles used during a Bench Press JA: Elbow Flexion & Horizontal Shoulder Adduction/Extension; Muscles: Rhomboids, Trapezius, Biceps,
Name the concentric joint action of the Squat JA: Hip and Knee Flexion, Dorsi Flexion; Muscles: Tibialis Anterior, Hamstrings, Iliopsoas
Name the concentric joint action of the Front Lunge JA: Hip and Knee Flexion, Dorsi Flexion; Muscles: Tibialis Anterior, Hamstrings, Iliopsoas
Name the concentric joint action of the Tricep Dip JA: Shoulder Extension, Elbow Flexion, Scapular Upward Tilt; Muscles: Triceps, Latissimus Dorsi
Name the concentric joint action of the High-Pulley Scapular Depression JA: Scapular Depression; Muscles: Trapezius (IV) and Pectoralis Major
Name the concentric joint action of the OverHead Press JA: Shoulder Flexion/Abduction, Scapular Upward Rotation, Elbow Extension; Muscles: Deltoids, Supraspinatus, Trapezius (II&IV), Serratus Anterior, Triceps
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