Practice Exam

1. Which describes the joint movement of the flexor muscles?





2. You should always keep a current CPR certification when training clients.



3. When is the only time you shouldn’t use a spotter?





4. Which of the three planes of motion describe dividing the body into left and right?





5. What is the role of an agonist muscle?





6. Which joint action describes the movement of adduction?





7. Which muscle is the prime mover in spine/trunk flexion?





8. What are the main reasons to have a spotter?





9. Why should you use a PAR-Q with your clients in the initial visit?





10. Some muscles are named after the function they perform in the body. As an example, forearm muscles are called flexors because they perform this action?






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