BEYONDBARRE BASICS TEST

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Welcome BeyondBarre Student,

Congratulations on completing the BeyondBarre Basics Course. Our goal was to make the course both fun and informative. We hope you feel we did both to your satisfaction. Now you are ready to take the test!

Please note: The test must be taken in one sitting and completed within 90 minutes. We find the test usually takes about 30 to 40 minutes from start to finish, so you won’t need to rush. No access to a second time will be granted. Feel free to consult your BeyondBarre Basics manual during the exam. 

Upon receiving a passing score of 75% or better (38/50 or better), we will send you a BeyondBarre Basics certificate of proficiency. If you do not receive it, please check your junk or spam folders : )

Yours in Fitness,

Colleen Ketchum
Creator of the BeyondBarre Method

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BeyondBarre Basics Test

1 / 50

What are the BeyondBarre Sculpt at the Barre Elements?

2 / 50

What are the 2 components of the Focus It part of the Teaching Compass?

3 / 50

Which of the following best describes a BeyondBarre Stance?

4 / 50

Which of the following description best describes a Neutral Pelvis?

5 / 50

If a client has a mild, non-acute, hip issue, and is in 1st position, how should they modify this stance?

6 / 50

Which selection below is an example of a Midline Connection Cue?

7 / 50

When teaching an exercise what formula should be used?

8 / 50

What does Awareness mean in the BeyondBarre Instructor Conduct?

9 / 50

What is your Primary Connection?

10 / 50

Which of the following is an example of an Imagery Cue?

11 / 50

Cues are always given before setting a client up in an exercise.

12 / 50

Repetitions make up Sets.

13 / 50

Which of the following body parts make up the main frame of "the box"?

14 / 50

When teaching a class what type of "voice" should be used?

15 / 50

Select an example of a cue to be used during Low Jumps.

16 / 50

Which is an example of a modification for High Jumps when a client has a non-acute, mild knee issue?

17 / 50

Which is an example of an Oppositional Cue?

18 / 50

What foot description is described as "legs turned out with heels wider than hip width"?

19 / 50

What are the Creativity Tools used for in a BeyondBarre workout?

20 / 50

When should music be used in a BeyondBarre class?

21 / 50

Which of the following best describes a Plie?

22 / 50

Which hand weights are recommended for a BeyondBarre workout?

23 / 50

Which of the following can be used to increase the cardio intensity of the workout?

24 / 50

How many foot positions are there for the High Barre Element? Not including modifications.

25 / 50

How should the Pelvis be aligned during the Lift Up exercise?

26 / 50

Why does BeyondBarre incorporate jumping into the workout?

27 / 50

A ball can be used between the knees as a tool to help the client find the correct BeyondBarre stance?

28 / 50

What is the proper way to use the bolster during the Low Barre Element of the workout?

29 / 50

What add-on props are used in a BeyondBarre workout?

30 / 50

Which is an example of a Visual Guide?

31 / 50

Which of the following describes a Touch Guide?

32 / 50

Which is an example of a Surround Guide for Battement during Low Barre?

33 / 50

Always ask before you touch a client.

34 / 50

What are the Shoulder Girdle Landmarks?

35 / 50

How is an Anterior Tilted Pelvis described anatomically?

36 / 50

How is a Posterior Tilted Pelvis described anatomically?

37 / 50

Which of these describes Pronation?

38 / 50

Which of these describes Supination?

39 / 50

What is a modified 1st position?

40 / 50

What is a modified 2nd position?

41 / 50

Which of the following suggestion is best for someone with a mild chronic rotator cuff issue?

42 / 50

Which of the following suggestion is best for clients with Carpel Tunnel Syndrome while in a plank position?

43 / 50

What movements should be avoided for a client with a hip replacement?

44 / 50

What are the Connection Cues focused on?

45 / 50

The Pointed versus Flexed Creativity Tool can be used with which exercises?

46 / 50

The Combinations Creativity Tool can be used with which exercise?

47 / 50

Which best describes Side-to-Barre Facing?

48 / 50

When would a Side-to-Barre Facing position be used?

49 / 50

Which of the following is a modification for Low Jumps?

50 / 50

What is the BeyondBarre GlideBoard used for in class?

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