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Pushing against a wall causes arm muscles to a. eccentrically contract. b. concentrically contract. c. isotonically contract. d. isometrically contract.
d. isometrically contract. Static Exercise (Isometric) In this exercise, the length of the muscle does not change nor does the angle in the joint on which the muscle acts(e.g., pushing against a wall).
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