2.03 (2) Honors - 2.03 Honors Procedure 1Questions 1a I...

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2.03 Honors Procedure 1- Questions: 1- a- I held a 4.8 pound textbook parallel to the ground for around 1 minute and 13 seconds. I could have gone a little while longer but my fingers were on top, thumb on the bottom, and the book was about to slip out of my hands. b- For me, my brachialis and brahioradial muscles were becoming fatigued and tired. My brachialis mainly was very weak and fatigued and it caused soreness for a few minutes after. 2- a- I held my 90 degree angle on the wall for around 3 minutes and 52 seconds. The muscles started to pain around 2 minutes and 15 seconds, they started to shake and tremble around 3 minutes and 15 seconds. I play competitive soccer so I have fairly strong legs and do a lot of conditioning so I was able to hold it for a pretty long time. b- For me, it felt tight but also relaxing (especially my quadriceps) for about 5 seconds until I
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