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Question 1 Q: A pronated grip would be palms up. A. True B. False (the correct answer) Question 2 Q: Which of the following is a major factor that affects strength? A. Structural B. Physiological C. Psychoneural D. Environmental E. All of the above (the correct answer) Question 3 Q: The angle of Q represents: A. Acceleration B. Starting strength (the correct answer) C. Explosive strength D. Limit strength E. None of the above Question 4 Q: What is a basic grip used in weight training? A. Supinated B. Pronated C. Neutral D. All of the above (the correct answer) Question 5 Q: A supinated grip would be palms down. A. True B. False (the correct answer) Question 6
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Q: Dumbbells are an example of what type of training equipment?
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