Quiz 2 – More Behind the Moves
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What is the dominant plane of motion of a cross-country ski?
A cross-country ski involves swinging the arms and legs front to back in opposition.
A jumping jack is a ___________ plane exercise. By staggering the feet with the right foot forward, we have added the _____________ plane of motion to the exercise.
A jumping jack moves the arms and legs away from (abduction) and towards the midline (adduction).
What aspect of fitness does this instruction target: Cross-country ski. Swing your arms and legs front to back to muscle against the resistance. You have to breath through your mouth as nose breathing doesn’t give you the oxygen that you need. This should feel somewhat hard.
Refer to the aquatic exercise intensity scale in course #1: Basic Moves Made Better (pg.9).
Which component of fitness did the conditioning set #2 emphasizes in the ski, jack, twist pool workout?
This Tabata inspired interval was performed at an 8/10 on the aquatic exercise intensity scale.
In the pool workout, conditioning set #1 involves a posterior toe slide. The three things we see on the standing leg are: ankle dorsi-flexion, knee flexion, and hip flexion.
The body is integrated. Movement of one part of the body creates a series of reactions throughout the entire body.