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Chapter 15 NASM study guide

The different general modalities used by personal trainers and their benefits

Free Weights

  • Helps with core stabilization
  • Can be used by a wide variety of clients with different goals
  • Helps with postural stability
  • Exercise technique is important

Machines

  • Great for new clients (not as intimidating)
  • A spotter is not required
  • Great for clients with special needs
  • Can provide different intensities and weights

Elastic bands (rubber tubing)

  • Cheap alternative to resistance training with weights
  • Different planes of motion can be used easily
  • Varying thickness, shapes and colors for different resistances
  • Can reach wide range of motions

Medicine balls

  • Comes in different weights
  • Good for power, endurance, and muscular strength
  • Benefits with dynamic power
  • Multiple planes of motion and intensities

Kettlebells

  • Good for balance and coordination
  • Helps with core stability
  • Helps with the grip strength
  • Exercise technique is important

Body weight exercises

  • Uses one’s own body weight as the resistance
  • Exercise form is important
  • Additional equipment is unnecessary
  • You can train all the planes of motion

TRX

  • Helps to regress or progress exercises for special needs clients
  • Can help intensify the activation of muscles
  • Exercise technique/form is important

 

Chapter 15 NASM practice quiz

NASM flashcards for chapter 15

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