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ACE Personal Trainer Assessments Study Quiz

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_____ Test
tests the length of the muscles involved in hip flexion
Thomas Test
Suspected tight muscle
back of thigh does NOT touch table, knee does NOT flex to 80 degrees
Primary hip flexor
Suspected tight muscle
back of thigh does NOT touch table, knee DOES flex to 80 degrees
Iliopsoas
Suspected tight muscle
back of the thigh DOES touch the table, knee does NOT flex to 80 degrees
Rectus Femoris
____-___ __ (___) Raise
tests the length of the hamstrings
(PSL) Passive Straight-Leg Raise
Normal or Tight Hamstrings?
raised leg achieves > 80 degrees of movement before pelvis rotates
Normal
Normal or Tight Hamstrings?
raised leg achieves <80 degrees of movement before pelvis rotates
Tight
Apley's Scratch Test
tests mobility of which body part
Shoulders
Good shoulder mobility
flex shoulders to ___ - ____ degrees (hands nearly touching floor)
170-180
Poor shoulder mobility
inadequate flexion indicates potential tightness in 6 muscles. Name one:
Pectoralis major and minor, Latissimus Dorsi, Teres Major, Rhomboids, and Subscapularis
Good Shoulder mobility
extend shoulders to __ - __ degrees off floor
50-60
Poor shoulder mobility
inadequate extension indicates potential tightness in 6 muslces. Name one:
Pectoralis major, abdominals, subscapularis, shoulder flexors (anterior deltoid), coracobrachialis, and biceps brachii
Good Shoulder Mobility
Ability to externally rotate forearms to ___ degrees
90
Poor Shoulder Mobility
Potential tightness in internal rotators of arm such as the ____
Subscapularis
Good Shoulder Mobility
Ability to internally rotate the forearms ___ degrees toward mat
70
Poor Shoulder Mobility
Potential tightness in external rotators of the arm such as _____ or ____ ____
Infraspinatus and Teres Minor
____ ____ Test
Tests static balance by standing with reduced base of support with closed eyes
Sharpened Romberg Test
Good Postural Control
ability to maintain balance in above test for at least ___ seconds
30
____-____ _______ Test
tests static balance by standing on forefoot of one foot only
Stork Stand Balance Test
Poor balance
for above test. Men: < __ seconds, Women: < ___ seconds
Men: < 20 seconds, Women: < 10 seconds
_____'s Torso Muscular Endurance Test Battery
Made up of 3 tests, administered individually but interpreted collectively
McGill's
Flexion:Extension Ratio
Ratio of trunk flexor endurance time to trunk extensor endurance time should be < ___
< 1.0
Right-side bridge:Left-side bridge
Ratio of right side bridge to left side bridge time should be between __ and __
0.95 and 1.05
Side bridge:extension
Ratio of each side bridge to same side extension should be less than ___
0.75
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