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One of the fundamental techniques of racewalking is to stand tall but not rigid. True False
Yes it is true. Posture: stand tall but not rigid; stand straight; do not lean back or bend forward at the hips.
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User: One of the fundamental techniques of racewalking is to stand tall but not rigid. True False

Weegy: Yes it is true. Posture: stand tall but not rigid; stand straight; do not lean back or bend forward at the hips.
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User: It is okay for a racewalker briefly to have both feet off the ground at one time. True False







Weegy: It is okay for a racewalker briefly to have both feet off the ground at one time. Answer: False
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