Constructing and Deconstructing The Lunge Pattern
True or False: Lunges and split squats are single leg exercises.
True or False: The split stance position makes the athlete more stable in the frontal and transverse planes.
In a typical split squat, the back leg will take __________ of the load.
In a split stance, from the standpoint of bony position and muscle activity, __________ is the stance leg and __________ is the swing leg.
the back leg, the front leg
the front leg, the back leg
neither are in stance or swing
Split stance training may have limited transfer to top end speed running because... (choose all that apply)
running is never bilaterally supported
split stance position occurs in the float phase of running, where there is no sensory input from the ground
in stance, the back leg is actually passing by the stance leg instead of split
the trail leg hip isn't extended in speed running and is in a split squat
Split stance training may have transfer to mutli directional sports because... (choose all that apply)
frontal plane control is necessary in agility and trained in split stance
some sport movements require you to get into the lunge position to make a play (example: digging a ball in volleyball)
multi directional sports are sagittal plane dominant.
there is little transverse and frontal needed in multi directional sports
In linear acceleration, if I am at push off on my R leg, my trunk should be side bent to the __________, my R pelvis is in a position of __________ in the frontal plane and my L pelvis is in a position of __________ in the frontal plane.
left, abduction, adduction
right, abduction, adduction
left, internal rotation, external rotation
right, extension, flexion
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