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Trunk rotation is the most common static flexibility assessment. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F
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Trunk rotation is the most common static flexibility assessment. FALSE.
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Which of the following BEST describes balanced stretching? A. stretching many groups of muscles throughout the body B. targeting a specific muscle group for stretching C. balancing on one hand or foot during stretching exercises D. stretching without bouncing
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Stretching many groups of muscles throughout the body BEST describes balanced stretching.
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