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If a patient reports elbow pain with squatting, which type of squatting are they more likely to have pain with?
Which of the following is NOT considered a training variable when considering load management?
In the absence of trauma, pain is your body asking for a _______.
When assessing the forward bend the sacral angle measurement should be _______ degrees.
Which of the following would be related to a posterior pelvic tilt at the bottom of a squat?
Powerlifting consists of which of the following:
Barbell sports injury rate is _____ than other sports with an incidence rate of approximately _____ injuries per 1000 hours.
The root of a patient’s complaints can be attributed to their _____, _____, and/or _____.
Which of the following is NOT a positional consideration in the starting position of the deadlift?
Which of the following movement faults results in (biomechanically) a greater moment and joint demand on the spinal musculature during the deadlift?
True or False: An appropriate depth of the squat in Olympic lifting or powerlifting is when the hip crease is parallel to the knees.
The squat movement is initiated with the _____ first, which move _____ and _____.
Common faults in the squat movement include which of the following?
True or False: In Olympic lifting, the clean can be broken down into deadlift and front squat segments.
A patient reports pain in the thoracic region with a mobility limitation into thoracic extension. What movements can you reasonably expect to NOT be affected?
A low elbow position in the front squat is indicative of insufficient _______ or _______.
Rounding/flexion of the lumbar spine during the deadlift can be attributed to:
The set-up, or start position, of the snatch or clean differs from the basic deadlift start position in that the _____ are _____, requiring greater hip flexion.
Triple extension in weightlifting movements refers to ________, ________, and ________.
With regard to weightlifting, the term “hang”, such as in “hang clean”, refers to:
With regard to weightlifting, the term “power”, such as in “power snatch”, refers to:
True or False: The guiding concept in receiving the barbell in the appropriate position (front rack with the clean, overhead with the snatch), is the pulling and pushing of the body down into position against a barbell which is momentarily inert.
When performing the dip portion of the jerk movement ALL of the following are true, EXCEPT:
For the snatch and jerk movements, the barbell must be received with _____ _____ prior to recovering or standing up to complete the movement.
A ‘butt wink’ in the bottom position of the squat is characterized by a:
An elevated heel in a weightlifting shoe places the ankle into _____ which allows for more knee _______ translation, and an improved ______ torso in the bottom of the squat.
While coaching the receiving position of the snatch, what cue would you use for proper shoulder positioning?
Which phase of the lift is shared with the jerk, clean, and snatch?
What is the proper position to receive the bar in the front rack position with the clean?
True or False: Olympic weightlifters should low bar squat to build strength for the classic lifts.
When considering load management, an internal load stressor would be characterized as:
Your athlete presents with difficulty with overhead stability but no apparent shoulder range of motion deficits. This would be characteristic of a:
True or False: Individuals with chronic low back pain should NOT perform deadlifts.
Your athlete is experiencing anterior knee pain with squatting. What are variables to consider while managing his/her training to work around the pain?
Common joints injured in powerlifting include:
True or False: Barbell sports including Crossfit, weightlifting, and powerlifting have a higher incidence rate of injuries/1000 hours participated when compared to team sports (games/practices), and running.
If your athlete demonstrates excessive knee valgus while squatting, which corrective exercise would help improve this movement dysfunction?
When testing ankle dorsiflexion with the knee to wall test, the ideal test results would be:
True or False: When training with an overuse injury, barbell athletes should continue training with the appropriate modifications.