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By Khalid W. Bibi, American College of Sports Medicine, Michael G. Niederpruem

ACSM's Certification overview is a evaluation guide for applicants short of an ACSM credential together with ACSM qualified wellbeing and fitness health professional (HFS), the ACSM scientific workout professional (CES), and the ACSM qualified own coach (CPT) certifications. content material relies at the wisdom, talents, and skills (KSAs) present in ACSM's directions for workout checking out and Prescription.

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Lever systems. 11:23 P1: OSO/UKS P2: OSO/UKS QC: OSO/UKS LWBK195-01 9-780-7817-XXXX-X T1: OSO Printer: C & C LWBK195-ACSM November 1, 2008 CHAPTER 1 Anatomy and Biomechanics Phases Stance Phase Periods Events Initial double support Foot strike % of Cycle 0% Swing Phase Single limb stance Opposite toe off Reversal of fore-aft shear 23 Second double support Initial swing Mid swing Opposite foot strike 12% 50% Toe off 62% Foot clearance Terminal swing Tibia vertical Foot strike 100% FIGURE 1-21. Normal walking gait cycle.

A force 23–B. 24–A. 25–C. 26–A. org 30 22–A. Printer: C & C 27–B. 28–D. 29–C. 30–C. applied on-center to a freely movable object, or to an object that is free to move only on a linear path, will result in linear motion. In a second-class lever system, the resistance is located between the effort force and the axis; thus, the effort force moment arm is greater than the resistance moment arm, providing an advantage for force. When the axis is between the effort force and the resistance, the result is a first-class lever.

30. The rear-foot motion called pronation results from a combination of A) Abduction, eversion, and plantarflexion. B) Adduction, inversion, and plantarflexion. C) Abduction, eversion, and dorsiflexion. D) Adduction, inversion, and dorsiflexion. 29. Which of the following is characteristic of running versus walking? A) Less vigorous arm action. B) Decreased stride length. ANSWERS AND EXPLANATIONS 1–A. 2–D. 3–A. The C-shaped cartilages of the trachea provide a certain rigidity to support the trachea and maintain an open airway so that collapse does not occur.

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