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  • Functional Movement System Case Study

    The FMS test is comprised of seven scored tests, including a deep squat, hurdle step, in-line lunge, shoulder mobility, active straight leg raise, trunk stability push-up, and rotary stability. Also, three pass or fail tests, including, shoulder impingement clearing test, spinal extension clearing test and spinal flexion clearing test. Testing took place in the Health and Human Performance lab of the Royal Brougham of Seattle Pacific University. Each test received a score from 0-3 (21 points possible) or a pass/fail rating. After scoring and recording the FMS test results, the mobility test was used for areas that scored less than a 3. The areas checked for mobility on subject 1 included thoracic extension, ankle flexion, shoulder internal and external rotation, hip adduction, and hip flexion. In addition, for subject 2, the mobility areas checked included thoracic extension…

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  • Mcdonald's Persuasive Jobs

    Career development is learning the basic skills I need to strive in for my future. For example, when I started out at McDonalds, I had very little communication skills. I wouldn’t shake the customers hand, I’d constantly look up at the ceiling, and be completely slouched down. Throughout the couple years I’ve shared there I have gained many different communication skills. I now focus on the customer by making eye contact, shaking their hand, and show good body posture with my back straight and…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Silent Meditation

    The realization of how difficult this would be hit me about five minutes in. My back began to ache and I found it difficult focusing on staying awake and keeping my breathing deep and smooth. At about ten minutes I had gotten a rhythm going and was able to breath easily enough but keeping my back straight was still impossible. Than it hit me, the calming wave of silence where I could focus into whatever I wanted. In the eight minutes that I find myself, so much stress and anxiety was…

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  • Monolocism In Joseph Conrad's Heart Of Darkness

    “And while I had to lack after the savage who was a fireman…to look at him was edifying as seeing a dog in a parody of breeches and a feather hat, walking on his hind legs…he was useful and had been instructed (” As a result, it seemed that no matter how educated the Natives became, they were still seen as being a lesser people to the whites. From racism, the idea of civilization vs. uncivilized life came about. Conrad used the “light and dark” difference regarding this.…

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  • Junk Food By Jane Fitchen Analysis

    Fitchen talks about malnutrition in the United States, a country, which most people expect that it feeds its citizens well. She elaborates the cultural values and meanings that are attached to the opposition rich-poor on the image of a poor person buying a steak with a food stamp. She shows that domestic hunger often goes unnoticed, because those people who are poor enough to qualify for government food stamps, may be seen in grocery stores, purchasing not only basic food stuffs, but also…

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  • Semimembranosus Tendon Case Study

    The semimembranosus tendon attaches one of the muscles on the back of the thigh (hamstring muscles) to the hip bone and the shin bone (tibia). This tendon helps in straightening the hip and bending the knee. Semimembranosus tendinitis often causes pain on the back inner side of the knee. CAUSES This condition is caused by stress on the tendon, which may result from: • A sudden increase in training or in the intensity of your training. • Overuse of the knee joint. • Your body trying to…

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  • Annie's Essay: Don T Drive Us Home

    Annie sat on the couch, her cup of diet coke seeming to be the only thing in the room that didn’t have alcohol in it. Scanning the room, she spotted Jess, her best friend, dancing with yet another guy. She sighed, taking a sip from the cup. Hannah, her other friend stumbled through the kitchen, holding yet another bottle in her hand. Hannah let out an ear piercing yell, and raises the bottle. The room echoes her irritating yell, mimicking her actions as they raise their drinks too. Annie, rolled…

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  • Punk Music Vs Rap

    to punk were looked down upon, seen as degenerates, stupid kids who weren’t gonna go anywhere in life, kids who just wanted to make a scene. Punk is a lot more than speaking out against the government. Essentially it gave people a way to speak up about anything and everything. For example, women like Kathleen Hanna, the lead singer from a feminist-punk band called “ Bikini Kill “, started The Riot Gurrrl’ Movement. Bands like hers and many other feminine punk bands sung about serious issues like…

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  • Fitness Test Essay

    the status quo will be for his adult life regarding his physical fitness and overall health. CARDIO Swimming test, if available, would be preferable. A great way to get his whole body in motion and see where he’s starting from in terms of endurance, stamina and breathing. STRENGTH Much of his sport revolves around this, and as his main goal is to bulk up especially the early results and subsequent improvements will provide ripe opportunities for motivation and encouragement. 12 WEEK…

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  • Community Patient Resource Group Interview Case Study

    Community Patient Resource Group Interview Lab Assignment I interviewed a patient using a template by Fruth (2014), who was a 65 years old male Mike Hughes a Christian Baptist by religion who used English as his first language. He is a retired veteran by profession who worked for every 6 months while at military. On observation, the patient entered the room with a standard cane. The speech was not affected but there was evident drooping of lips on the left side. …

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