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Q: Which of the following are gymnasts not evaluated for in reference to the balance of their entire body weight? Precision Flexibility Muscular strength Dexterity
A: Gymnasts are not evaluated for dexterity in reference to the balance of their entire body weight.
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User: Which of the following are gymnasts not evaluated for in reference to the balance of their entire body weight? Precision Flexibility Muscular strength Dexterity

Weegy: Gymnasts are not evaluated for dexterity in reference to the balance of their entire body weight.
vonna79|Points 346|

User: Gymnastics, as with any sport, is practiced by some athletes who have eating disorders. The prevalence of eating disorders is higher for female athletes. True False

Weegy: True. Gymnastics, as with any sport, is practiced by some athletes who have eating disorders. The prevalence of eating disorders is higher for female athletes.
dennis003|Points 1030|

User: One benefit of running is improved cardiovascular health. True False

User: One benefit of running is improved cardiovascular health. True or False

User: A runner's torso should be completely stretched and lean slightly forward when running. True or False

Weegy: A runner's torso should be completely stretched and lean slightly forward when running. True
aisonyu|Points 256|

User: When running, the head should be pointed at the runner's feet. True or False

Weegy: False. Your head should be focused on the ground about 10 to 20 feet ahead of you. Don't stare at your feet. Not only is this proper running form, but it's also a safer way to run because you can see what's coming and avoid falling.
lhyn29lhyn|Points 630|

User: During a pre-run, it is important for the runner to do warm-up exercises. True or False

Weegy: During a pre-run, it is important for the runner to do warm-up exercises. True
selymi|Points 10566|

User: The best means for testing Maximum Heart Rate (MHR) is to do interval training. True or False

Weegy: The best means for testing Maximum Heart Rate (MHR) is to do interval training. This is TRUE.
lakki|Points 61|

User: For anyone who cannot exert themselves by running, there are other means to calculate Maximum Heart Rate (MHR). Men can subtract their age from 226 and women can subtract theirs from 220. True or False

Weegy: An example of unlike terms: 2a+4=6b-1 You can move 2a, but it is pointless because you cannot combine it with 6b because they are from different families. [ [ If the letter behind the number is different, they are unlike terms, same goes for the numbers without a letter. ] ]
tweep88|Points 80|

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

Weegy: A speed walking judge must rely only on her eyesight rather than on slow-motion video replay to ensure contact with the ground at all times. [ This is because at the elite level, virtually all speed walkers experience "flight phasing," a very brief moment when both feet are off the ground, according to race walking judge Gary Westerfield. Therefore, a speed walker may be disqualified for loss of contact only if the infraction is clearly visible to a judge. Potential judges must agree to take an eye exam to ensure their vision is sharp enough to detect loss of contact in real time. ]
wolflin29|Points 110|

User: Racewalkers can lose as many calories in a walk as runners can lose in a run. True or False

Weegy: False. You can lose more calories in running than racewalking.
alfred123|Points 1926|

User: Which of the following is the correct list of two illegal maneuvers in racewalking? Lifting and creeping Creeping and striding Striding and lengthening Straightening and lifting

Weegy: The answer is : Lifting and creeping. "Lifting" and "creeping" are the common terms used to reflect violations of the two rules of race walking: loss of contact (i.e. you are more or less running) and bent knee. [ Any or all of the following problems could cause an infringement of these rules. ]
jeifunk|Points 9765|

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