2016.12.24 CSCS Daily Study Question:
Santa Claus is not happy with his elves physical composition and tells them that he’s stepping up their conditioning game. Santa has his elves doing plyometric exercises to improve their strength. When the muscle being stretched by a plyometric exercise sends a afferent nerve signal towards the spinal cord, which root does the incoming signal go through when it synapses with the spinal cord?
(A) Dorsal Root
(B) Ginseng Root
(C) Ventral Root
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(A) Dorsal Root
Sensory signals come in through the dorsal (backside) root. Motor signals go out through the ventral (frontside) root. Here’s a mnemonic to remember: SAME DAVE = “Sensory Afferent, Motor Efferent, Dorsal Afferent, Ventral Efferent”
Essentials of Strength Training & Conditioning 3rd Edition p. 415
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2016.12.24 CSCS Daily Study Question