Anatomy and Physiology Revision: Questions and Answers

This blog will help to accelerate your Anatomy and Physiology Revision by answering those niggly questions that have been bugging you about your revision.

You’ll discover:

  • Answers to the 10 most common anatomy revision questions
  • A full 60 mins Video Tutorial answering the most common Anatomy and Physiology revision questions
  • Timestamps so you can skip to the answer you want
  • Extra resources to help you prepare for your exam
  • Three Anatomy and Physiology Mock Questions to test your knowledge

The answers to your questions

If you are currently immersed in your Anatomy and Physiology Revision, then I am sure that you have questions. They might be BIG and complex questions or SMALL and niggly questions.

It’s really helpful to be able to ask questions, and some training providers don’t allow you to do this easily

So we run regular webinars and Live training sessions to answer your questions and help you ace your Anatomy and Physiology Revision and Exam.

This is a webinar replay from Christmas, so whilst everyone else is still chilling in this Crimbo Limbo time,

and whilst most training providers are closed

… we hung out with some awesome trainee fitpro’s and dialed right into their Anatomy and Physiology Revision Questions and Answers

Watch the Anatomy and Physiology Revision video …

You can hop to the specific questions; here are the time breakdowns:

[6.18] What is the Valsalva effect
[11.30] What are the Three Spinal postures
[22.28] Joint and Muscle Actions
[28.17] Remembering Latin muscle names
[32.28] How to remember origins and insertions
[38.44] Key parts to the Nervous system
[42.10] R.E.B.U.G.G. [ how to read a question]
[45.15] Revision tips and hints to get 100%
[50.31] Break down of the Thoraco Lumbar Fascia
[53.30] Planes of movement
[59.20] Books and resources that will help you revise

In the video we mentioned a few other resources …

Extra resources…

Free Mock Questions >> HERE <<

Brain Dump >> How to remember the heart on exam day >>HERE <<

Level 3 Revision Mastery Bootcamp >> HERE <<

Books that we recommend to help anatomy and physiology revision:

Strength Training Anatomy >> HERE <<

Anatomy Colouring Book >> HERE<<

In summary

  • A full 60 mins Video Tutorial answering the most common Anatomy and Physiology revision questions
  • Timestamps so you can skip to the answer you want
  • Extra resources to help you prepare for your exam
  • Here’s what Lisa had to say about the A&P Revision Mastery Bootcamp 👇 👇 👇

Test your knowledge with today’s Anatomy and Physiology Mock Questions:

[NOTE: The answers are below the 3rd question]

1. Which of the following would increase blood pressure significantly in the short term?
A) Sleeping
B) Meditation
C) The Valsalva Manoeuvre
D) Gentle walk

2. What exercise would be most beneficial to correct a hyperkyphotic posture?
A) Press Ups
B) Dumbbell Pectoral Flyes
C) Leg Press
D) Seated Row

3. Which neuron carries messages from the sensory receptor to the Central Nervous System?
A) Sensory Neuron
B) Motor Neuron
C) Efferent Neuron
D) Central Neuron


Question 1= C, Question 2 = D, Question 3

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