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Eccentric muscle contraction is defined as:
What is not an outcome of eccentric training?
Working out barefoot…
What is unique about the plantar fascia and why is it important?
Maintaining one’s Center of Gravity over the base of support is the definition of:
The ability to maintain posture and gait is a manifestation of:
Which does not apply to aging and its effect on balance?
A cerebellar lesion may affect:
Feedback from what body tissues tells us about movement?
Rev6 remodels collagen by all except:
What principle applied to many Rev6 programs was used primarily by athletes for power and explosiveness?
What are the advantages of the complex movements in Rev6?
What are the correct reasons the sequencing in Rev6 adds to its effectiveness:
How are exercises NOT loaded in Rev6?
What happens to collagen fibers as we age, become inactive, or do repetitive movements?
Why is it important to automate healthy posture and movement?
What part of the brain is involved in this automation?
What movement stabilizes the spine and lifts the trunk by altering the fascia of the trunk?
The Essentials of Rev6 include all but: