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Q: In calisthenics, the resistance is ultimately provided by __________. A. free weights B. springs and elastic bands C. gravity D. weight machines
A: In calisthenics, the resistance is ultimately provided by A. free weights.
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User: In calisthenics, the resistance is ultimately provided by __________. A. free weights B. springs and elastic bands C. gravity D. weight machines

Weegy: In calisthenics, the resistance is ultimately provided by A. free weights.
suzannemak|Points 30|

User: Plyometrics is an isometric exercise technique.

Weegy: False. Plyometrics is not an isometric exercise technique. Isometrics is a type of exercise that causes muscle contraction without a change in the length of the muscle. Plyometrics involve large, fast movements such as jumping and hopping. [ The muscles shorten and lengthen as the joints move during plyometric training. ]
harshkumar742|Points 54|

User: What distinguishes push-ups from other chest exercises such as the bench press and dumbbell flies? A. The bench press also exercises the legs. B. Push-ups are a variable resistance exercise. C. Push-ups do not require any weights or machines. D. Push-ups are not actually chest exercises.

Weegy: What distinguishes push-ups from other chest exercises such as the bench press and dumbbell flies is that C. Push ups do not require any weights or machines.
innersource|Points 7465|

User: The principal difference between isometric and isotonic exercises is the __________. A. use of free weights and weight machines B. rate of calories burned during exercise C. change in muscle length during exercise D. type of muscles exercised

Weegy: The principal difference between isometric and isotonic exercises is the change in muscle length during exercise. [ Letter C. Isometric exercise, or "isometrics", is a type of strength training in which the joint angle and muscle length do not change during contraction. Isometric exercises are opposed by a force equal to the force output of the muscle and there is no net movement. This mainly strengthens the muscle at the specific joint angle at which the isometric exercise occurs, with some increases in strength at joint angles up to 20? in either direction depending on the joint trained.[4] In comparison, isotonic exercises strengthen the muscle throughout the entire range of motion of the exercise used. ]
nami008|Points 334|

User: Well-designed weight-training programs only target two or three body areas.

Weegy: Indexed field controls Well-designed weight-training programs only target two or three body areas.
mayaceb18|Points 180|

User: Why is spot training a myth? A. Exercise only burns fat in specific body regions. B. Weight training strengthens muscles but does not burn fat. C. The results of spot training are not consistent. D. Exercise cannot burn fat in a target body region.

Weegy: Spot training is a myth because D. exercise cannot burn fat in a target body region.
megcourtney|Points 40|

User: A one-repetition maximum is most important in developing muscle __________. A. strength B. size C. endurance D. appearance

Weegy: A one-repetition maximum is most important in developing muscle A. strength
businesslady|Points 1133|

User: Upright rows are a shoulder exercise.

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