Kinesiology MCQ’s of Dena Gardiner (Chapter 04: Starting Position)

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  1. Force of muscular contraction is used to maintain equilibrium the contraction is
    a. isotonic contraction
    b. isometric contraction
    c. both
    d. none
  2. Posture follows movement like shadow ,it is statement of,
    A. SHERRINGTON
    B. De lorme
    C. Dr.h.s.frenkel
    D. Worthington
  3. The most difficult fundamental position to maintain
    A. STANDING
    B. Sitting
    C. Kneeling
    D. Hanging
  4. In optimal standing position the angle between foots does not exceed from
    A. 30 degree
    B. 45 DEGREE
    C. 60 degree
    D. None
  5. Muscle which assist in maintenance of correct angle of pelvic tilt and support abdominal viscera
    A. Extensor of spine
    B. FLEXOR OF LUMBAR SPINE
    C. Flexor of hip
    D. Extensor of hip

Kinesiology MCQ’s of Dena Gardiner: Chapter 03

  1. The muscle contract so, that glenoid cavity force more or less laterally
    A. Protectors of scapula
    B. RETRACTORS OF SCAPULA
    C. Elevators of scapula
    D. Depressor of scapula
  2. Only suitable starting position for exercise
    A. STANDING
    B. Kneeling
    C. Hanging
    D. Sitting
  3. Position used to train control of the hip joint
    and lower trunk
    A. Standing
    B. Sitting
    C. Hanging
    D. KNEELING
  4. The muscle responsible for maintaining right angle of hip during sitting
    A. Extensor of hip
    B. Extensor of spine
    C. Flexors of spine
    D. FLEXORS OF HIP
  5. Position used for training of correct alignment of upper part of body
    A. Standing
    B. Kneeling
    C. Hanging
    D. SITTING
  6. Tightness in lumber flexor muscles may cause:
  7. a. Lumber Lordosis
  8. b. Lumber Flattening
  9. c. Anterior Pelvic tilt
  10. d. Posterior Pelvic tilt
  11. Lumber flattening may be caused by:
    a. Tightness in Hip flexor muscles
    b. Laxity in Hip Flexor muscles
    c. Tightness in Hip Extensor Muscles
    d. Tightness in Lumber Extensor Muscles

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