Level 3 Anatomy & Physiology

A&P questions for Level 3 personal training courses
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Muscles of Adductor Group
Gracilis
Muscles of Adductor Group
Adductor Magnus
Muscles of Adductor Group
Adductor Brevis
Muscles of Adductor Group
Pectineus
Muscles of Adductor Group
Adductor Longus
Muscles of Quadriceps Group
Rectus Femoris
Muscles of Quadriceps Group
Vastus Lateralis
Muscles of Quadriceps Group
Vastus Medialis
Muscles of Quadriceps Group
Vastus Intermedius
Muscles of Hamstrings Group
Semitendinosis
Muscles of Hamstrings Group
Biceps Femoris
Muscles of Hamstrings Group
Semimembranosus
Muscles of Lower Leg
Gastrocnemius
Muscles of Lower Leg
Soleus
Muscles of Lower Leg
Anterior Tibialis
Insertion of Latissimus Dorsi
Humerus
Origin of Deltoid
Clavicle
Insertion of Biceps Brachii
Radius
Joint Action of Biceps Brachii
Elbow flexion
Insertion of Gluteus Medius
Femur
Joint Action of Quadriceps
Knee extension
Muscles of Rotator Cuff
Subscapularis
Muscles of Rotator Cuff
Supraspinatus
Muscles of Rotator Cuff
Infraspinatus
Muscles of Rotator Cuff
Teres minor
Insertion of Gracilis
Tibia
Insertion of Biceps Femoris
Fibula
Insertion of Soleus & Gastrocnemius
Calcaneus
What is the valve between the left atrium & ventricle?
Bicuspid
What do myosin heads bind onto?
Actin
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What is not a by-product of aerobic energy?
Lactic acid
Whic branch of circulatory system supplies blood to heart?
Coronary
What joint action occurs at hip during downward phase of a squat?
Flexion
Which hormone regulates metabolism?
Thyroxine
What proprioceptor detects muscle tension?
Golgi tendon organs
What does the endocrine system maintain?
Homeostasis
Where is calcium released from within muscle tissue?
Sarcoplasmic reticulum
When the pec contracts concentrically, which action takes place at the shoulder?
Horizontal flexion
What is converted into lactic acid in the absence of oxygen?
Pyruvic acid
What is optimal systolic blood pressure?
120
Origin of Rectus Abdominis
Pubis
What is connective tissue running in one direction joining muscle to bone?
Tendon
What adducts the shoulders when it contract eccentrically?
Deltoids
What is a neuron and muscle fibres known as?
Motor unit
In which anatomical plane does lordosis occur?
Sagittal
What axis of movement does lordosis occur?
Medial lateral
Holding your breath during resistance training is known as...
Valsalva manouvre
Muscles of the Pelvic Floor
Pubococcygeus
Muscles of the Pelvic Floor
Iliococcygeus
Muscles of the Pelvic Floor
Coccygeus
Abdominal Muscles
Internal oblique
Abdominal Muscles
External oblique
Abdominal Muscles
Transversus Abdominus
Abdominal Muscles
Rectus Abdominis
Muscles of Hip Flexor
Psoas Major
Muscles of Hip Flexor
Iliacus
Outermost layer of heart
Epicardium
Middle layer of heart
Myocardium
Innermost layer of heart
Endocardium
Name of the membrane that encloses the heart
Pericardium
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