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3 parts of the brain that must come together to produce normal movement are the
cerebral cortex
cerebellum
basal ganglia
The _____ initiates voluntary motor activities.
cerebral cortex
The _____ is in between the cerebral cortex and cerebellum and is responsible for bringing it all together and maintaining posture.
Basal ganglia
The _____ coordinates motor activity and provides balance.
cerebellum
____ is the ability to move freely, easily, rhythmically, and purposefully in the environment. It is essential for independence from people
Mobility
During ____ exercise the muscle shortens to produce muscle contraction and active movement. It increases muscle tone, mass, strength, CO, HR and maintains joint flexibility and circulation.
Isotonic
An example of isotonic exercises are:
running and walking
____ exercise consists of muscle contraction without moving the joint. The muscle length does not change. You are exerting pressure on something that is stable or stationary.
Isometric
_____ exercise is resistive. The person moves or tenses against resistance. There is an increase in blood flow to muscles and blood pressure.
Isokinetic
Weight lifting, swimming and water exercises are examples of ______.
Isokinetic exercises