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FMT Mobility Specialist

Please complete your final test. You must pass with a 70% or higher grade.

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Traditional foam rolling is generally based on?

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The “sweet spot” when applying self-myofascial techniques is between?

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What are the two mechanical forces applied to the tissues?

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How is the skin mechanically attached to underlying connective tissues?

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According to Chaudry et al, study, how much pressure is necessary to mechanically distort fascial tissue?

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Increased viscosity of Hyaluronan (HA) leads to?

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What are the main methods of manipulating the viscosity of HA?

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What are the proposed tissues to interact with to talk to the brain?

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Good Movement requires?

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Where are the body maps located in the brain?

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What is the main goal, neurologically, that foam rolling can provide?

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How can we augment the positive effects of self-myofascial release?

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Why are there so many different variations of self-myofascial tools?

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One example of an absolute contraindication of utilizing a foam rolling?

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According to a 2019 systematic review (Hughes/Ramer) what is the recommended duration of time of self-myofascial release interventions?

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What is the preferential depth, using VAS (Visual Analogue Scale) for pain mitigation, according to Aboodara et al?

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What is another way of navigating the body other than the muscular system as described in the “Where we Roll” chapter of the course?

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What is a known effect of ‘stacking’ vibration and flexibility training?

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The fascial system is?

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What is another name for your body (sensory) representation in the somatosensory cortex?

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The Posterior fascial chain/line resists what movement pattern?

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What would be an alternative way of affecting the calves if foam rolling is uncomfortable?

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Psychosocially we prefer to communicate the importance of this statement, “There is a “_______” attached to the meat we interact with”

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In “Why we Roll” we categorize the approach into these three goals

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What is the recommended speed/rate of rolling for movement recovery goal?

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Which chain could be rolled for poor side bending

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Which chain could be rolled for poor toe touch

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Which chain could be rolled for poor rotation

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Rolling for "stability" in the joint by joint concept would include

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Foam Rolling could be performed

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