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yr 11 pe revision

body development

what is the agonist when doing a bicep curl? bicep
what is the antagonist when doing a bicep curl? tricep
when the muscle is shortening, what kind of isontonic contraction is it? concentric
when a muscle is lengthening, what kind of isotonic contraction is it? eccentric
when the anogist and antagonist work together, this is called what? reciprocal inhibition
what are the types of muscle contraction? isotonic, isometric and isokentic
what kind of sports are best suited for slow twitch fibres? long distant running
what kind of sports are best suited for fast twitch fibres? sprinting
what is it called when moving a body part away from the midline of the body? abduction
what is it called when moving a body part towards the midline of your body? adduction
describe flexion the angle bewteen articulating bones is decreased
describe extension the angle of the joint is increased
what occurs when the forearm is rotated while the palm of the hand faces downwards? pronation
Created by: oroisa108