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Which of the following methods is the most effective in determining muscular strength if you do not want to worry about selecting the wrong weight? A. maxing out B. absolute method C. predicting 1
RM D. calisthenic method
D. calisthenic method s the most effective in determining muscular strength if you do not want to worry about selecting the wrong weight
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User: Which of the following methods is the most effective in determining muscular strength if you do not want to worry about selecting the wrong weight? A. maxing out B. absolute method C. predicting 1 RM D. calisthenic method

Weegy: D. calisthenic method s the most effective in determining muscular strength if you do not want to worry about selecting the wrong weight
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User: Which of the following methods is the most effective in determining muscular strength if you do not want to worry about selecting the wrong weight?

Weegy: D. calisthenic method s the most effective in determining muscular strength if you do not want to worry about selecting the wrong weight
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Weegy: Plyometric exercises involve quick muscle contractions, an important aspect of power.
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