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Which one of the following choices is a known factor that influences flexibility? A. Race and ethnicity B. Body composition C. Degree of self-confidence D. Amount of rest
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Stress often causes muscles to A. contract and tighten. B. bruise more easily. C. resist exercise. D. increase in pain.
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Stress often causes muscles to contract and tighten.
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What is the best way to evaluate your posture? A. Ask a friend to evaluate you. B. Stand in front of a three-way mirror. C. Visit a healthcare professional. D. Line your back up against a wall.
Weegy: B. Stand in front of a three-way mirror to evaluate your posture. User: What is the main goal of a flexibility program? A. To increase the lifespan of the average adult B. To develop the range of motion in the major joints C. To improve the rate of cardiorespiratory endurance D. To relieve boredom during physical activities (More)
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Stress often causes muscles to A. contract and tighten. B. bruise more easily. C. resist exercise. D. increase in pain.
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Muscular _______ describes how long or how many times you can lift and lower a given weight. A. strength B. endurance C. hypertrophy D. atrophy
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