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    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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    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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    google. Even though superheroes in comics can be heroes, true heroes are ones who normally aren’t recognized for their physical features, but their actions. In The Outsiders, by S.E. Hinton, Darrel Curtis is considered a hero because he raises and cares for his siblings and friends. Darry can also be recognized as an anti-hero considering he slapped Ponyboy in anger. “Tragedy of college student, 19, left to raise her three younger siblings after both parents killed in Hurricane Sandy”, by…

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    The logical impossibility of the LGBT+ community ever outweighing and oppressing heterosexuals allows the concept of heterosexual pride to become a vessel of homophobia as straight pride proponents boast that they are within the known majority, and embodying a gloating decree of ‘normality’ in response to the LGBT+ pride which is all about celebrating identities scorned by a heteronormative society. Proclamations of ‘we are proud to be straight’ funnel into an implied ‘we are proud to be…

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    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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    (MyFoxBoston.com) -- Hillary Cohen is a 26-year-old woman who has never known what it feels like to wear high heels, until Monday. "I mean this is very exciting. This is the first time I've seen the leg, it is beautiful - I feel very tall," said Hillary. Because of a medical condition that caused tumors to grow on her nerve endings in her leg, Hillary was forced to only wear flat, never heels. Then, two years ago at the age of 24, she made the difficult decision to have her right leg…

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    DAY Eileen holds up a vocabulary flashcard to Morris. Vocabulary flashcard reads: Extraordinary Morris mouths the word out. Eileen’s face glows. EILEEN You did excellent! I want to meet with you later for one final review. Eileen holds up another card, smiling with joy. Card reads: Magnificent INT. PHYSICAL THERAPY ROOM - DAY Morris wheels towards the walking bar, mouthing out five syllable words. He stops in front of the bar just staring at it. Yaffna stands near the table, which is on…

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    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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    front and back stroke. Make sure you are kicking continously from your hips with your feet near the surface of the water. For your front crawl, ensure you are extending your arms in front of your head as they enter the water. For your back crawl, make sure you are continously moving your arms and keeping them straight and outside of the water. I had fun teaching you Isiah, good luck! *4:45pm Sujin Level 5 (Incomplete) Sujin, you have made some excellent progress this session and have…

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    “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 (www.SparkNotes.com).” 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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