Practice Exam

1. Which of these are fundamental Pilates principles?





2. Why is it important to train in 3 planes of motion?





3. What are some important exercise direction cues with the Hundred?





4. What should be at the same height?





5. Biceps are a primary mover (agonist) in a bicep curl. What is the antagonist muscle?





6. The number of origins is when muscles connect to more than one bone.



7. What are some benefits of Pilates?





8. Which of these are common postural flaws?





9. Which of the three planes of motion describe dividing the body into top and bottom?





10. A wood chop is an example of moving in what plane of motion?






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