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What characterizes static stretching? A. having a partner hold limbs in a stretch position B. assuming and holding a stretch position C. bouncing while in a stretch position D. using a tool or object
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D. using a tool or object to increase a stretch characterizes static stretching
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User: What characterizes static stretching? A. having a partner hold limbs in a stretch position B. assuming and holding a stretch position C. bouncing while in a stretch position D. using a tool or object to increase a stretch

Weegy: D. using a tool or object to increase a stretch characterizes static stretching
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User: There aren't health risks with any yoga positions or forms. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F

Weegy: False . There aren't health risks with any yoga positions or forms
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User: Which of the following activities BEST describes proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation? A. The stretch involves using an external object to increase muscle strength. B. The stretch involves using a partner to apply force against your contraction. C. The stretch involves bouncing to extend beyond the normal range of motion. D. The stretch involves performing slow, deliberate motions to reduce muscle tightness.

Weegy: C. The stretch involves bouncing to extend beyond the normal range of motion is the activities that best describes proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation?
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