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What types of joint movements can occur at the elbow?
Flexion and Extension
Abduction and Adduction
Rotation and Complete Rotation
What is the correct definition of Adduction?
Joint movement that brings a limb towards the centre of the body.
Joint movement that takes a limb away from the centre of the body.
When the angle of a joint is getting smaller.
You put your left arm in, your left arm out. In, out, in out, you shake it all about.
Which muscle allows you to abduct the arm at the shoulder?
Which of the following is the name given to the process of muscle fibres repairing and increasing in size after being partially torn during exercise?
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Which of the following is a short term effect of exercise on the Muscular System?
Our muscles' demand for oxygen and glycogen increases to make more energy
Bone density increases; they become heavier and stronger
Which type of muscle contraction results in limb movement?
That which is caused my the almighty father, amen
What is a ligament?
A place where two or more bones meet
Joins muscle to bone
A tough, fibrous tissue with some elasticity that joins bone to bone
Which type of muscle works automatically without us thinking about it
Which type of joint can use all plains of movement (E.G: flexion, extension, abduction, adduction, rotation, complete rotation)
Ball and Socket
Swish and Flick
Which of the following muscles extends the leg at the knee?