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1

According to the speaker, which part of the foot is the main driver for rotational power?




2

According to the speaker, which area of the body is the prime torso rotation point responsible for maintaining spinal integrity and energy transfer?




3

Which of the following describes the rotational core as a sling of anterior and posterior muscles that work in synchronization in order to maximize rotational power?




4

What is the foundational block of the power pyramid?




5

According to the speaker, what stance must you start with when you start to train rotation?




6

According to the speaker, what base of support should you start with when training anti-flexion movements?




7

Which of the following does the speaker define as the generation of force around a singular axis through the integration of muscular and joint systems? 




8

When does the speaker suggest adding rotation and anti-rotation work into a workout?




9

According to the speaker, which of the following clientele should be performing rotation, anti-rotation, and dynamic mobility movements during their workouts?




10

Which of the following are the movement variations the speaker demonstrates during the practical section on anti-rotation?




1

According to the speaker, which part of the foot is the main driver for rotational power?




2

According to the speaker, which area of the body is the prime torso rotation point responsible for maintaining spinal integrity and energy transfer?




3

Which of the following describes the rotational core as a sling of anterior and posterior muscles that work in synchronization in order to maximize rotational power?




4

What is the foundational block of the power pyramid?




5

According to the speaker, what stance must you start with when you start to train rotation?




6

According to the speaker, what base of support should you start with when training anti-flexion movements?




7

Which of the following does the speaker define as the generation of force around a singular axis through the integration of muscular and joint systems? 




8

When does the speaker suggest adding rotation and anti-rotation work into a workout?




9

According to the speaker, which of the following clientele should be performing rotation, anti-rotation, and dynamic mobility movements during their workouts?




10

Which of the following are the movement variations the speaker demonstrates during the practical section on anti-rotation?




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