Human Movement Science
#1. What is the motion of the SAGITTAL PLANE - Flexion/Extension #2. What is the axis of the SAGITTAL PLANE - Coronal #3. What are examples of motions made in the SAGITTAL PLANE - Bicep curls, tric...
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#1. Leg Complex ANTERIOR TIBIALIS : ORIGIN - Lateral condyle and proximal 2/3 of the lateral surface of the tibia #2. Leg Complex ANTERIOR TIBIALIS : INSERTION - Medial and plantar aspects of the ...
UrbanaAT|6 years ago|±0|32 views
Sports Bio-mechanics - Position, velocity & acceleration
#1. A scalar quantity is one that: is described by a magnitude only is described by a magnitude and direction calculates movement along a rectilinear path calculates movement along a curvi...
Elicia_Sontag|4 years ago|±0|37 views
Exam 1 Terms
#1. situational approach - individuals behave differently across situations #2. situational-specific sport inventory - Group Environment Questionnaire #3. Trait anxiety - general anxiety #4. intera...
carolinemmaki|7 years ago|±0|1,526 views
Chapter 3 Motivation
#1. As used in the sport psychology literature, motivation can refer to a. an internal personality characteristic b. an external influence c. a consequence of or an explanation for behavior d. all of ...
carolinemmaki|7 years ago|±0|10,540 views
Chapter 4 Arousal, Stress and Anxiety
#1. Which personality disposition(s) is (are) related to change in state anxiety? a. trait anxiety b. social physique anxiety c. self-esteem d. all of the above e. a and c - d. all of the above #2. A...
carolinemmaki|7 years ago|±0|14,509 views
Chapter 2 Personality and Sport
#1. Which of the following is NOT a level in Hollander's model of personality structure? a. childhood experiences b. psychological core c. typical responses d. role-related behavior e. a and b - a. c...
carolinemmaki|7 years ago|±0|10,008 views
Basic Exercise Science - Nervous System
#1. Human Movement System (HMS) - The combination and interrelation of the nerevous, muscular and skeletal system #2. Nervous system - Billions of cells specificalluy designed to provide a communi...
Jeanette_Hagelskaer|5 years ago|±0|33 views
Basic Exercise Science - The Muscular System
#1. Muscular system - Series of muscles that moves the skeleton #2. Epimmysium - A layer of connectivee tissue that is underneath the fascia and surrounds the muscle. #3. Perimysium - The connect...
Jeanette_Hagelskaer|5 years ago|±0|34 views
Basic Exercise Science - Endocrine System
#1. Primary endocrine glands - Hypothalamuspituitarythyroidadrenal #2. Pituirary gland - The "Master Gland" ..... .... it controls the functions of the other endocrine glands. #3. Carbohydrate - ...
Jeanette_Hagelskaer|5 years ago|±0|38 views
Flexibility Training Concepts
#1. Flexibility - The normal extensibility of all soft tissues that allows the full range of motion of a joint #2. Extensibility - Capability to be elongated or stretched #3. Dynamic range of moti...
Jeanette_Hagelskaer|5 years ago|±0|78 views
Cardiorespiratory Fitness Training
#1. Cardiorespiratory Fitness - The ability of the circulatory and respiratory systems to supply oxygen-rich blood to skeletal muscles during sustained physical activity #2. Integrated cardiorespir...
Jeanette_Hagelskaer|5 years ago|±0|26 views