Practice Exam

1. Quadriceps are a primary mover (agonist) in a leg extension. What is the antagonist muscle?





2. If the hip adductor is the prime mover in an exercise, what is the antagonist?





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





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





5. Muscles have the capacity to increase how far?





6. What should be at the same height?





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





8. The frontal plane explains the division of the body between front and back.



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





10. The single leg stretch is a core exercise.




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