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    NASM 4th Edition

    I am in the midst of reading the book front/back to learn and understand the material so I can teach it someday rather then rattle off what I memorized. my question is this: Is there any chart/diagram in the book that needs to be memorized to a T? So far I have not found anything of that sort, but don't want to be blindsided in the exam when I am asked a question that refers to a chart in the book that should have been memorized in and out, top to bottom, etc. Thanks
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    The most important table to know inside and out is Table 7.6: Compensations, Muscle Imbalances, and Corrective Strategies on page 183 of your textbook.

    We also recommend you check out our Exam Prep page (nasm.org/examprep). The Study Guide section breaks down the exam and outlines which figures/tables to focus on.

    Good luck and let us know if you have any other study questions on our Facebook page (facebook.com/personaltrainers) or at 800.460.6276, Option 6.

    Your in health,
    The NASM Team


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    I am in the midst of reading the book front/back to learn and understand the material so I can teach it someday rather then rattle off what I memorized. my question is this: Is there any chart/diagram in the book that needs to be memorized to a T? So far I have not found anything of that sort, but don't want to be blindsided in the exam when I am asked a question that refers to a chart in the book that should have been memorized in and out, top to bottom, etc. Thanks
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    P. 183 chart

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    The most important table to know inside and out is Table 7.6: Compensations, Muscle Imbalances, and Corrective Strategies on page 183 of your textbook.

    We also recommend you check out our Exam Prep page (nasm.org/examprep). The Study Guide section breaks down the exam and outlines which figures/tables to focus on.

    Good luck and let us know if you have any other study questions on our Facebook page (facebook.com/personaltrainers) or at 800.460.6276, Option 6.

    Your in health,
    The NASM Team
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    Would you please upload, or post p. 183 chart for study purposes? I am re-upping Thanks, Shayna
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