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WK 7 Quiz Return to Assessment List Part 1 of 1 - 100.0 Points Download and define Week 7 terms prior to beginning this assessment. Question 1 of 2 50.0 Points Match the Terms with the Correct Definitions A. A method of measuring the electrical activity of a contracting muscle via electrodes placed on the skin or implanted within the muscle. B. Level of imposed stress within which tissue maintains its current status; muscle maintains the same force-generating capability, bone mineral content stays the same, and tendons and ligaments maintain their ability to withstand tensile stress. C. A device used to measure kinetic variables, typically used to measure ground reaction forces and the point of application and direction of the resultant reaction force. D. Factors related to injury and to an individual’s ability to cope with imposed mechanical stress; they include anthropometrics, skeletal alignment, fitness, and previous history of injury.
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