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1ST CLASS LEVER SYSTEM
the fulcrum must be in the middle
doesn't matter which way around the other two
are
fulcrum always points upwards when drawing a
class of lever (in every class, not just 1st!)
load/resistance
effort
fulcrum…read more

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EXAM TIME...
you will only usually be asked about 2 of these
in the exam...
...at the elbow in the upward phase of a press-
up
...at the knee in the upward phase of a squat…read more

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2ND CLASS LEVER SYSTEM
the load/resistance will be in the middle
doesn't matter which way round the other two
are
load/resistance always points down when
drawing a class of lever (in every class, not just
2nd)
load/resistance
fulcrum effort…read more

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EXAM TIME...
you will only usually be asked about 1 of these
in the exam...
...when plantar flexion occurs at the ankle
E.G when jumping in plyometric training…read more

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RD
3 CLASS LEVER SYSTEM
most lever systems in the body are this,
therefore it is most likely to come up in the
exam of the 3
the effort will be in the middle
doesn't matter which way round the other two
are
effort will always point upwards when drawing
a class of lever (in every class, not just 3rd)
load/resistance
fulcrum effort…read more

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abigail

can you please explain what you mean by 

FLE/FRE, 123!

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