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Q: Which of the following BEST defines dynamic stretching? A. Dynamic stretching features slow, deliberate, controlled motions useful for activity preparation and reducing muscle tightness. B. Dynamic
stretching features bouncing and swift motion useful for increasing range of motion. C. Dynamic stretching features stationary stretching useful for increasing muscle power and elongating muscles. D. Dynamic stretching features stationary stretching with a partner useful for increasing muscle potential.
A: C. Dynamic stretching features stationary stretching useful for increasing muscle power and elongating muscles - - BEST defines dynamic stretching.
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User: Which of the following BEST defines dynamic stretching? A. Dynamic stretching features slow, deliberate, controlled motions useful for activity preparation and reducing muscle tightness. B. Dynamic stretching features bouncing and swift motion useful for increasing range of motion. C. Dynamic stretching features stationary stretching useful for increasing muscle power and elongating muscles. D. Dynamic stretching features stationary stretching with a partner useful for increasing muscle potential.

Weegy: C. Dynamic stretching features stationary stretching useful for increasing muscle power and elongating muscles - - BEST defines dynamic stretching.
yumdrea|Points 4109|

User: What characterizes static stretching? A. having a partner hold limbs in a stretch position B. assuming and holding a stretch position C. bouncing while in a stretch position D. using a tool or object to increase a stretch

Weegy: B. assuming and holding a stretch position characterizes static stretching
selymi|Points 12682|

User: What distinguishes the exercise principle of progression from that of overload? A. Progression requires that workouts get progressively more difficult, while overload does not. B. Progression deals with increasing fitness goals rather than the physical challenge of a workout. C. Progression concerns the overall fitness goals, while overload deals with the schedule of exercise activities. D. Progression and overload are actually the same fitness principle.

Weegy: B. Progression deals with increasing fitness goals rather than the physical challenge of a workout.
migsmigsmigs|Points 100|

User: Why are dynamic flexibility tests NOT used as often as static flexibility tests? A. Dynamic flexibility tests involve more subjective measurements. B. Static flexibility tests are less expensive to perform. C. Dynamic flexibility tests do not provide useful data. D. Static flexibility tests are more difficult to standardize.

Weegy: C. Dynamic flexibility tests do not provide useful data.
Tiffny|Points 40|

User: Which of the following BEST distinguishes static from passive stretching? A. the time positions are held B. the risk of injury C. the need for a partner D. the health benefits

Weegy: A. the time positions are held BEST distinguishes static from passive stretching.
Expert answered|jeifunk|Points 13323|



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