what is progressive overload doing?
holding it for a long period of time
how many joints in the foot?
what is it called when the femur is away from the midline? (femur and pelvis)
what is endurance/stamina?
ability to perform for a short/burst of time
ability to perform for a medium length of time
ability to perform for a long period of time
ability to not perform for a long period of time
what is the 'floating bone' called?
how many bones are in the foot?
what is isometric (movement/ warm-up)?
fast- running, rowing, swimming
stillness- plank, squats
name the 3 bones of which the pelvis comes together.
what 2 things do the patella do?
breaks the knee
protects the knee- Excessive wear
makes the knee hard
what is the menisci (cartilages) made of?
How can you increase the strength in your gastrocnemius?
The knee joint is a hinge joint.
The Dome shaped arch gives the foot resilience
how many arches are in the foot?
which point (A or B) is the lesser and greater trochanter?
A- Greater trochanter
B- lesser trochanter
A- lesser trochanter
B- Greater trochanter
what angle between the femur and the pelvis creates knock kneed?
A bigger angle
A smaller angle
what is neurologically to do with?
what is physiologically to do with?
what range of movement does a:
- Shallow acetabulum
- Deep acetabulum, have?
3 examples of muscular endurance (1 muscle, group of muscles)
what is isotonic movement/ warm- up?
movement- shuttle runs