Dimpalk104
  • Dimpalk104
What is the difference between absolute strength and relative strength? A. Absolute strength measures strength adjusted for your body size, while relative strength measures maximum strength exerted in a single effort. B. Absolute strength measures how many repetitions muscles can accomplish, while relative strength measures force exerted in a single effort. C. Absolute strength measures the greatest force exerted in a single effort, while relative strength measures strength adjusted for body size. D. Absolute strength measures the strength of blood flow to your heart, while relative streng
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Dimpalk104
  • Dimpalk104
d cont.-- strength measures how many repetitions muscles can accomplish.
Koikkara
  • Koikkara
Absolute strength is the maximum amount of force exerted, regardless of muscle or body size. Greater amounts of absolute strength favor those with higher bodyweight and in general, larger individuals. Greater absolute strength will improve relative strength capabilities. \(Which~statement~deals~with~that~?\) @Dimpalk104

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