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Chapter 2:Table 2.6

NASM 4th Edition: Chapter 2- Table 2.6 Muscles as Movers

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Which muscle is the synergist in a chest press? a. anterior deltoid-triceps b. pectoralis major c. rotator cuff d. posterior deltoid a. anterior deltoid-triceps
Which muscle is the synergist in an overhead press? a. latissimus dorsi b. triceps c. deltoid d. rotator cuff b. triceps
Which muscle is the synergist in a squat? a. hamstrings b. gluteus maximus-quadriceps c. transversus abdominus d. psoas a. hamstrings
Which muscle is the synergist in a row? a. latissimus dorsi b. posterior deltoid-biceps c. rotator cuff d. pectoralis major b. posterior deltoid-biceps
Which muscle is an antagonist in a squat? a. gluteus maximus-quadriceps b. psoas c. hamstrings d. transversus abdominis b. psoas
Which muscle is the antagonist in an overhead press? a. deltoid b. latissimus dorsi c. triceps d. rotator cuff b. latissimus dorsi
Which muscle is the antagonist in a row? a. pectoralis major b. latissimus dorsi c. posterior deltoid-biceps d. rotator cuff a. pectoralis major
Which muscle is the antagonist in a chest press? a. pectoralis major b. rotator cuff c. posterior deltoid d. anterior deltoid-triceps c posterior deltoid
Which muscle is the agonist in a row? a. pectoralis major b. latissimus dorsi c. posterior deltoid-biceps d. rotator cuff b. latissimus dorsi
Which muscle is the agonist a squat? a. psoas b. hamstrings c. gluteus maximus-quadriceps d. transverse abdominis c. gluteus maximus-quadriceps
Which muscle is the agonist in an overhead press? a. triceps b. latissimus dorsi c. deltoid d. rotator cuff c. deltoid
Which muscle is the agonist in a chest press? a. pectoralis major b. rotator cuff c. anterior deltoid-triceps d. posterior deltoid a pectoralis major
Which muscle is the stablilizer in a row? a. rotator cuff b. latissimus dorsi c. pectoralis major d. posterior deltoid-biceps a. rotator cuff
Which muscle is the stablilizer in a squat? a. psoas b. hamstrings c. gluteus maximus-quadriceps d. transversus abdominis d. transversus abdominis
Which muscle is the stablilizer in an overhead press? a. rotator cuff b. deltoid c. latissimus dorsi d. triceps a. rotator cuff
Which muscle is the stabilizer in a chest press? a. posterior deltoid b. anterior deltoid-triceps c. rotator cuff d. pectoralis major c. rotator cuff
What is the main job of the agonist muscles: a. prime mover b. assist prime mover c. stabilize while prime mover and synergist work d. oppose prime mover a. prime mover
What is the main job of the synergist muscles: a. prime mover b. assist prime mover c. stabilize while prime mover and synergist work d. oppose prime mover b. assist prime mover
What is the main job of the stabilizer muscles: a. opposes prime mover b. stabilize while prime mover and synergist work c. assist prime mover d. is prime mover b. stablilize while prime mover and synergist work
What is the main job of the antagonist muscles: a. oppose prime mover b. stablize while prime mover and syngerist work c. assist prime mover d. is the prime mover a. oppose prime mover
Which muscle acts as the prime mover, the muscle most responsible for a particular movement: a. synergerist b. stabilizer c. agonist d. antagonist c. agonist
Which muscle supports or stabilizes the body, when the prime movers and the synergist perform the actual movement? a. agonist b. synergist c. antagonist d. stabilizer d. stabilizer
What muscle is the agonist for the hip extension? a. gluteus maximus b. hamstring complex and erector spinae c. transverse abdominis-internal obliques d. psoas (deep hip flexor) a. gluteus maximus
What muscle is the synergist for the hip extension? a. gluteus maximus b. hamstring complex and erector spinae c. d. psoas (deep hip flexor) b. hamstring complex and erector spinae
What muscle is the stabilizers for the hip extension? a. gluteus maximus b. hamstring complex and erector spinae c. transverse abdominis-internal obliques d. psoas (deep hip flexor) c. transverse abdominis-internal obliques
What muscle is the antagonist for the hip extension? a. gluteus maximus b. hamstring complex and erector spinae c. transverse abdominis-internal obliques d. psoas (deep hip flexor) d. psoas (deep hip flexor)
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