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Why are dynamic flexibility tests NOT used as often as static flexibility tests? a. Dynamic flexibility tests involve more subjective measurements. b. Static flexibility tests are less expensive to perform. c. Dynamic flexibility tests do not provide useful data. d. Static flexibility tests are more difficult to standardize

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Zach Chandler on October 8, 2018

The correct answer is a. Dynamic flexibility tests not used as often as static flexibility tests because they involve the most subjective of the measurements. While the data provided is not useless, as can be deduced from the response c, it can be a little more difficult to analyze.

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