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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 to increase a stretch
Weegy: B. assuming and holding a stretch position User: According to the principle of overload you should __________. A. gradually increase the difficulty of a workout B. gradually decrease the difficulty of a workout C. engage in challenging exercise during workouts D. vary the exercises in a workout over time User: Why is it important to assess flexibility both before AND during a workout regimen? A. to assess flexibility progress B. to keep muscles warm C. to establish flexibility baselines D. none of the above Weegy: it is important to asses flexibility both before starting and during regimen because, [ flexibility is one of the components of fitness and it's important to assess flexibility both before and during a workout regime in order to remain loose and prevent injuries such as muscle sprains or tears. ] User: What distinguishes the exercise principle of progression from that of overload? A. Progression requires that workouts get progressively more difficult, while overload does not. B. Progression deals with increasing fitness goals rather than the physical challenge of a workout. C. Progression concerns the overall fitness goals, while overload deals with the schedule of exercise activities. D. Progression and overload are actually the same fitness principle. Weegy: C. Progression concerns the overall fitness goals, while overload deals with the schedule of exercise activities. (More)
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When estimating a serving size, it is good to know that 3 oz. of __________ is about the size of a deck of cards. A. meat, poultry, or fish B. cheese C. nuts or candy D. vegetables, pasta, or rice
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When estimating a serving size, it is good to know that 3 oz. of meat, poultry, or fish is about the size of a deck of cards.
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Fish, poultry, lean meats, and nuts should be consumed for which of the following nutrients? A. calcium B. carbohydrates C. protein D. vitamin D
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