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6 PHASE WARMUP

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Which is the correct order of the 6-phase dynamic warm up sequence from beginning to end of a pre-training routine?
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Central nervous system stimulation and the post activation potentiation phenomenon can be achieved through these two major mechanisms *
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What is the global goal(s) of the dynamic warm up?
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This soft tissue foam rolling technique involves small micro movements of 1-2 inches of the foam roller moving under the body in order to reduce neurological tone in the tissues.
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True or False: Foam rolling in your warm-up should include your entire body.
6. 
The pillar complex consists of the following regions
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The #1 stretching mistake that is made that jeopardizes postural integrity
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Successful corrective exercise results can be quantified with the following
9. 
This stretching protocol involves a dynamic oscillation moving towards end ranges of available range, followed by an active end range hold.
10. 
The most effective programming strategy for corrective exercises to improve motor learning and new motor skill acquisition
11. 
The motor control gap can be defined as
12. 
The goal of this phase of the dynamic warm up sequence is to enhance proximal stability and control to yield maximal internal tension and force production for distal dynamic movement
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What specific characteristic differentiate the foundational squat, hinge, lunge, push, pull and carry movement patterns from fundamental human movements such as rotation? *
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The 6-phase dynamic warm up should take how long to complete no matter the athlete/client presentation? *
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This specific focused block of the 6-phase dynamic warm up sequence has a mobility emphasis and is more classically used with a more chronically painful or dysfunctional athlete/client *
18. 
Which is the correct order of the 6-phase dynamic warm up sequence from beginning to end of a pre-training routine? v2
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Which is the correct order of the 6-phase dynamic warm up sequence from beginning to end of a pre-training routine? v23
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What is the global goal of the dynamic warm up?
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Which is the correct order of the 6-phase dynamic warm up sequence from beginning to end of a pre-training routine? v2
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Which is the correct order of the 6-phase dynamic warm up sequence from beginning to end of a pre-training routine? v2
23. 
Which is the correct order of the 6-phase dynamic warm up sequence from beginning to end of a pre-training routine? v2
24. 
Which is the correct order of the 6-phase dynamic warm up sequence from beginning to end of a pre-training routine? v2
25. 
This soft tissue foam rolling technique involves small micro movements of 1-2 inches of the foam roller moving under the body in order to reduce neurological tone in the tissues.
26. 
True or False: Common areas to address with foam rolling and soft tissue work should be prioritized around posturally shortened anterior chain primary moving musculature
27. 
The pillar complex consists of the following region(s):
28. 
This stretching protocol involves a dynamic oscillation moving towards end ranges of available range, followed by an active end range hold.
29. 
The #1 stretching mistake that is made that jeopardizes postural integrity
30. 
31. 
Successful corrective exercise results can be quantified with the following
32. 
The most effective programming strategy for corrective exercises to improve motor learning and new motor skill acquisition
33. 
The motor control gap can be defined as
34. 
The goal of this phase of the dynamic warm up sequence is to enhance proximal stability and control to yield maximal internal tension and force production for distal dynamic movement
35. 
36. 
What specific characteristic differentiate the foundational squat, hinge, lunge, push, pull and carry movement patterns from fundamental human movements such as rotation?
37. 
Central nervous system stimulation and the post activation potentiation phenomenon can be achieved through these two major mechanisms
38. 
The 6-phase dynamic warm up should take how long to complete no matter the athlete/client presentation?
39. 
This specific focused block of the 6-phase dynamic warm up sequence has a mobility emphasis and is more classically used with a more chronically painful or dysfunctional athlete/client
40. 
A client presenting with soft tissue dorsiflexion range of motion deficits at the ankle will respond most favorably to which type of active movement modality
41. 
The two key mechanical criteria in which effective and efficient movement screens are based off of in a split second yes or no decision
42. 
The most foundational hip hinge pattern consists of
43. 
The three specific levels of the “lunge” foundational movement pattern consist of
44. 
Balance assessments with visual field manipulation are completed in the following positions to differentiate hip instability from ankle instability deficits
45. 
The first single leg pattern variation introduced to athletes or clients which involves two fixed points of contact is the
46. 
The most mobile ball and socket joint in the human body is the
47. 
An example exercise of the most foundational pushing pattern is the
48. 
This assessment is used to determine optimal humeral carrying angles and represents true shoulder joint centration
49. 
True or false: The barbell bench press and the barbell overhead press are mandatory parts of pain-free performance programming
50. 
The pain-free shoulder training ratio states that you should do this amount of pulling compared to pushing in terms of total reps during a week’s time or over a duration or block of training
51. 
This pulling pattern has the ability to be trained with a neutral shoulder joint position, or even moved into external rotation upon concentric pull
52. 
General Fitness loaded carry performance for a 200 pound client for 30 seconds of carry in terms of external loading in hands is
53. 
This neurological phenomenon involves maximizing ground contacts in order to transfer tension and torque up chain for increased stability
54. 
True or false: Pain-free performance programming is dependent on training all foundational movement patterns with long term strength development, never neglecting any one pattern
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How did you hear about us?
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Why did you sign up to attend our course?
58. 
What is your physical address?
59. 
Please describe your experience with PPSC so far.
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61. 
Can we use your answers above to form a testimonial that may be featured on our site or media assets?
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PART 1 - 6 PHASE WARMUP

PART 2 - 6 FOUNDATIONAL PATTERNS

PART 3 - POST WORKSHOP QUESTIONS

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64. 
Can we use your answers above to form a testimonial that may be featured on our site or media assets?

6 FOUNDATIONAL PATTERNS

65. 
The two key mechanical criteria in which effective and efficient movement screens are based off of in a split second yes or no decision *
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67. 
A client presenting with soft tissue dorsiflexion range of motion deficits at the ankle will respond most favorably to which type of active movement modality *
68. 
69. 
The most foundational hip hinge pattern consists of *
70. 
The three specific levels of the “lunge” foundational movement pattern consist of *
71. 
Balance assessments with visual field manipulation are completed in the following positions to differentiate hip instability from ankle instability deficits *
72. 
The first single leg pattern variation introduced to athletes or clients which involves two fixed points of contact is the *
73. 
The most mobile ball and socket joint in the human body is the *
74. 
An example exercise of the most foundational pushing pattern is the *
75. 
This assessment is used to determine optimal humeral carrying angles and represents true shoulder joint centration *
76. 
True or false: The barbell bench press and the barbell overhead press are mandatory parts of pain-free performance programming *
77. 
The pain-free shoulder training ratio states that you should do this amount of pulling compared to pushing in terms of total reps during a week’s time or over a duration or block of training *
78. 
This pulling pattern has the ability to be trained with a neutral shoulder joint position, or even moved into external rotation upon concentric pull *
79. 
General Fitness loaded carry performance for a 200 pound client for 30 seconds of carry in terms of external loading in hands is *
80. 
This neurological phenomenon involves maximizing ground contacts in order to transfer tension and torque up chain for increased stability *
81. 
True or false: Pain-free performance programming is dependent on training all foundational movement patterns with long term strength development, never neglecting any one pattern *
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Once you complete and pass your PPSC exam, you will receive an email in about 7 days with your official PPSC certification and CEU’s. Thank you so much for attending the course! *

POST-WORKSHOP QUESTIONS


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How did you hear about us?
84. 
Why did you sign up to attend our course?
85. 
What is your physical address? *
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We would love to hear about your experience and potentially share your testimonial if we could.

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