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In Janda’s description of Lower Crossed Syndrome, there is generally an increase in Lumbar Lordosis?CorrectIncorrect
In Janda’s description of Upper Crossed Syndrome, FORWARD HEAD POSTURE is typically present?CorrectIncorrect
The ‘frontal plane’ refer to the space entered when stepping forward into a forward lunge?CorrectIncorrect
Moving into the TRANSVERSE PLANE has the potential to affect the SPIRAL Myofascial Lines?CorrectIncorrect
The cue ‘Exhale on exertion’ refers to exhaling as one simultaneous moves AWAY from the pull of gravity?CorrectIncorrect
The cue of ‘exhale on exertion’ is applied in a bid to help the client manage increased Intra Abdominal Pressure?CorrectIncorrect
When using the principles of progressive overload, on a continuum of easiest to hardest exercises, a bodyweight squat comes before a squat jump?CorrectIncorrect
When using the principles of progressive overload, on a continuum of easiest to hardest exercises, a wall banded press-up comes before a full press-up?CorrectIncorrect
When using the principles of progressive overload, on a continuum of easiest to hardest exercises, a stick supported static lunge come after a hopping dynamic lunge?CorrectIncorrect
Pelvic Floor/Global Mobilizations are NOT a necessary part of programming within a Pelvic Health focused programme?CorrectIncorrect