Physical Education and Health: Rhythmic Activities

 Rhythmic Activities



Gymnastics 
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Building a human form that requires healthy and strong body and attitude.

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Gliding and sliding are examples of movements.

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Stride kneeling
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Tip-toe turn
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A part of gymnastics which are difficult but exciting to do great skill.
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Uneven Bar
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Lunge position
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Which element of dance does this information belong to?
Twist
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Stunts require great skill, 

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The action of the dancers to create organized patterns with their bodies.
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Standing position
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Ankle hold walk, rocking chair, circle leg are examples of ____ stunts.
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Inch worm
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Fill in the blank: The use of dumbbells can be beneficial for the extremities.

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This refers to the source of force needed to perform movement.

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Galloping
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Wand exercises are ideal for value in the aims and the shoulder girdle.

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These skills help improve control and coordination of the body parts besides enhancing grace, form and creativity in combining new body movements.

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Jumping and hopping
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Which element of dance does this information belong to?
Symmetrical shape
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Classical
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Crouch jump
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Name the type of the pair of dumbbells in the image.

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Folk
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It is best to start with the lightest weight you can in dumbbell exercises.
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There must be warm up or conditioning exercises before performing floor skills.
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An exercise displaying physical agility and coordination
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Floor exercises are arranged in no particular order.
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Function of dance that conveys a story message or ideas through movement.
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This is a systematic exercise requiring the use of apparatus.

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  1. Dancing began as a rhythmic expression of .
  2. Dance is a movement set to  where there emerges organization, structure and 
  3. The word dance is related to the French word,  which is believed to have been derived from the ancient high German word,  meaning to stretch or to drag.
  4. The root combination of letters TAN meant .
  5. Dance is an art performed by individuals or group of people in which the human body is the  and movement is the .
  6. The function of dance in which dance can be used to interpret things greater than itself.  
  7. Dance is meant to engage and capture the interest of an audience..

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True or False. If the statement is true, write the word True. If False, write False and replace the underlined word with the correct term. Note that the system accepts an exact answer. Wrong spelling is considered wrong.

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Rhythmic gymnastics includes freehand exercises and exercises using heavy apparatus.

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A way of expressing one's emotions through movement disciplined by rhythms.
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True or False. If the statement is true, write the word True. If False, write False and replace the underlined word with the correct term. Note that the system accepts an exact answer. Wrong spelling is considered wrong.

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Wands, dumbbells, rings and hoops are examples of heavy apparatus.

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Parallel Bar

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When an individual moves in response to a particular rhythm or music, these movements are called.

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Dance can contribute to the preservation of culture..

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Which element of dance does this information belong to?
Cross-rhythm
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This refers to the visual pattern made by the movements of the dancer's body.
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The movements of early dancing depended on the man's natural environment.
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True or False. If the statement is true, write the word True. If False, write False and replace the underlined word with the correct term. Note that the system accepts an exact answer. Wrong spelling is considered wrong.

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The use of dumbbells for exercises is good for the lower extremities. 

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Which of the following is not used in rhythmic gymnastics?
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The floor exercises are arranged in to show unity and harmony of movements.

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Stunts are a part of gymnastics that are ______ to do.
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Dancing is known worldwide and dances around the world have some similarities and not entirely different.
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The use of dumbbells is good for extremities.

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Name the position in the image.

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Element of dance as the mobile figure or shape by the dancers
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Which of the following is not an example of a floor exercise in standing position?
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True or False. If the statement is true, write the word True. If False, write False and replace the underlined word with the correct term. Note that the system accepts an exact answer. Wrong spelling is considered wrong.

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The length of the wand used in exercises is 26 to 29 inches.

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Gymnastics was introduced in an early civilization of what country?

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Which element of dance does this information belong to?
Symmetrical shape
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Hook Sitting
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Uneven Bar
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True or False. If the statement is true, write the word True. If False, write False and replace the underlined word with the correct term. Note that the system accepts an exact answer. Wrong spelling is considered wrong.

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Classical music or pop music can be used for rhythmic gymnastics.

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Dumbbells made up of metal and handles feature a crosshatch pattern to give users a better grip.
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The word ballet came from the Latin word, "", meaning "to dance."

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Which element of dance does this information belong to?
Cross-rhythm
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Lying Position
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Dances are only made up of muscle stretches and relaxes regardless of its organization.
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Dance can be used to send a message, idea or story.

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The German word "damson" means to.

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Dancing is known worldwide and dances around the world have some similarities and not entirely different.
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The root combination of letters meaning tension or stretching.

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The movements of early dancing depended on the man's natural environment.
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The function of dance in which people dance to convey or express their innermost emotions through movement.

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All dances have their own steps and movements.
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Dance can contribute to the preservation of culture..

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The function of dance to emphasize beautiful elements of movement.

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An exercise displaying physical agility and coordination.

Identify whether the activity is locomotor or non-locomotor. In the second blank, put whether the activity has even or uneven rhythm (for locomotor movements), and combined with locomotor or non-locomotor only (for non-locomotor movements).

  1. Skip -  locomotorblank  -  uneven rhythmblank 
  2. Slash -  non‑locomotorblank  -  non‑locomotor onlyblank 
  3. Bend -  non‑locomotorblank  -  non‑locomotor onlyblank 
  4. Leap -  locomotorblank  - even rhythm blank 
  5. Walk -  locomotorblank  - even rhythm blank 
  6. Swing -  non‑locomotorblank  - combined with locomotor blank 
  7. Jump - locomotor blank  - even rhythm blank 
  8. Hop - locomotor blank  - even rhythm blank 
  9. Twist -  non‑locomotorblank  - non‑locomotor only blank 
  10. Stretch -  non‑locomotorblank  - non‑locomotor only blan
  11. Run - locomotor blank  - even rhythm blank 
  12. Turn - non‑locomotorblank  - non‑locomotor only blank 
  13. Sway -  non‑locomotorblank  -  non‑locomotor onlyblank 
  14. Punch -  non‑locomotorblank  -  non‑locomotor onlyblank 
  15. Slide - locomotor blank  -  uneven rhythmblank 

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A light apparatus that is made up of hard wood shaped like a bell at both sides.

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Rocking chair
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Standing position
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Hoops
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Ankle hold walk, rocking chair, circle leg are examples of ____ stunts.
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Skipping
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Lunge position
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Galloping
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What is the stunt described? Identify the type of stunt.

1. Start by lying on your stomach. Grasp your ankles or feet by reaching for it backwards, with your back arched and head up. From this position, rock forward and backward.

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2. Using your arms and hands as support for your weight, lift your body upwards, keeping it straight.

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3. With your body bent at the waist, reach for your ankles and walk forward while maintaining this position.

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4. Using the arms as support, move your feet towards your hands while keeping your knees straight for approximately 8 counts. From the bent position of your body and your legs straight, move forward using your arms until you’re back to the starting position.

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5. Person 1 stands upright while person 2 is in a starting position for push-up, his body parallel to the floor. Person 1 grasps Person 2’s ankle and the latter’s body rises from the floor. The pair walk forward with Person 2 using his hands and arms to move and support his weight.

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 stunt

6. Starting from a squat position and the hands on the floor in front of the knees, push backwards using the feet until the buttocks are lifted.Your body must be supported by the hands.

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7. Person 1 starts with the stride position, feet about a shoulder width apart and with knees slightly bent. Person 1 squats and lets Person 2rise to sit on his shoulders. From this position, Person 2 places his feet on his partner’s thighs. Person 1 leans back to gain balance as here moves his head from between Person’s 2’s legs. Partner 1 has to grip Person 2’s upper thighs while the latter maintains balance by spreading his arms sideward.

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8. Start by laying upright, with your knees raised and arms straight on your side. Using your buttocks, push your body upwards until your body forms a triangle with your lower legs and body.

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 stunt

9. This requires unity, cooperation, leadership ability, agility and sense of responsibility to be achieved.

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10. This stunt starts with lying on your back on a mat. With palms facing downwards, keep both arms at the sides. Bend one knee and keep the foot flat on the ground. Raise your other leg toward the ceiling and then move it towards your hip before slowly lowering it almost to the floor. Bring your foot slowly to the right, having your leg point to a direction. Create a circle using these steps before going back to the starting position.

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Supine Lying
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What is the stunt described? Identify the type of stunt.

1. Start by lying on your stomach. Grasp your ankles or feet by reaching for it backwards, with your back arched and head up. From this position, rock forward and backward.

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2. Using your arms and hands as support for your weight, lift your body upwards, keeping it straight.

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Type of stunt: 

 stunt

3. With your body bent at the waist, reach for your ankles and walk forward while maintaining this position.

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 stunt

4. Using the arms as support, move your feet towards your hands while keeping your knees straight for approximately 8 counts. From the bent position of your body and your legs straight, move forward using your arms until you’re back to the starting position.

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5. Person 1 stands upright while person 2 is in a starting position for push-up, his body parallel to the floor. Person 1 grasps Person 2’s ankle and the latter’s body rises from the floor. The pair walk forward with Person 2 using his hands and arms to move and support his weight.

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Type of stunt: 

 stunt

6. Starting from a squat position and the hands on the floor in front of the knees, push backwards using the feet until the buttocks are lifted.Your body must be supported by the hands.

Stunt name: 

Type of stunt: 

 stunt

7. Person 1 starts with the stride position, feet about a shoulder width apart and with knees slightly bent. Person 1 squats and lets Person 2rise to sit on his shoulders. From this position, Person 2 places his feet on his partner’s thighs. Person 1 leans back to gain balance as here moves his head from between Person’s 2’s legs. Partner 1 has to grip Person 2’s upper thighs while the latter maintains balance by spreading his arms sideward.

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Type of stunt: 

 stunt

8. Start by laying upright, with your knees raised and arms straight on your side. Using your buttocks, push your body upwards until your body forms a triangle with your lower legs and body.

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Type of stunt: 

 stunt

9. This requires unity, cooperation, leadership ability, agility and sense of responsibility to be achieved.

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Type of stunt: 

 stunt

10. This stunt starts with lying on your back on a mat. With palms facing downwards, keep both arms at the sides. Bend one knee and keep the foot flat on the ground. Raise your other leg toward the ceiling and then move it towards your hip before slowly lowering it almost to the floor. Bring your foot slowly to the right, having your leg point to a direction. Create a circle using these steps before going back to the starting position.

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This stunt’s goal is to stand up while maintaining the back-to-back position.

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The body forms a shape in the lying bridge stunt.

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An exercise displaying physical agility and coordination.

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Stunts are a part of gymnastics that are ______ to do.
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Inch worm
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This stunt is accomplished by partially squatting and walking forward while maintaining this position.

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The rocking chair stunt starts with a position, hugging your knees to your chest.

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Coffee Grinder
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The stunt requires your body to rock forward and backward in position while keeping a tight grip on your ankles or feet.

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Folk
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Complete the objective of rhythmic activities:
Develop a and well-coordinated body.

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Dumbbells can be made out of any wood, as well.
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Gymnastics can be seen as a competitive sport.
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These skills help improve control and coordination of the body parts besides enhancing grace, form and creativity in combining new body movements.

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Name the formation in the image.

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 is an artistic expression of a well-disciplined body form in performing defined movements at the height of perfection.

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Name the position in the image.

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This is a systematic exercise requiring the use of apparatus.

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Name the formation in the image.

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There must be warm up or conditioning exercises before performing floor skills.
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A dumbbell consists of two weights attached to a handle.

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There has been numerous studies that proved that gymnastics can help lessen the amount of stress.
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Name the position in the image.

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 help improve control and coordination of the body parts besides enhancing grace, form and creativity in combining new body movements.

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Music should be either too fast or too slow.
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Wands can come in different colors.
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Name the position in the image.

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Gymnastics training must be done at an early age to improve.

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The floor exercises are arranged in to show unity and harmony of movements.

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Which of the following is not used in rhythmic gymnastics?
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 music is deemed suitable for rhythmic gymnastics.

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Fill in the blank: One dumbbell consists of two weights attached to a handle.

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A type of dumbbell that offer a more convenient way to adjust or change weights.
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The wood of dumbbells are about inches.

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Wand exercises are ideal for value in the aims and the shoulder girdle.

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Complete the objective of rhythmic activities:
Promote freedom.

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Using the wrong kind of dumbbell may the muscles.

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Name the type of the pair of dumbbells in the image.

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The use of dumbbells is good for extremities.

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Exercises in gymnastics can help develop good.
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Develop a and well-coordinated body.

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Using the wrong kind of dumbbell may the muscles.

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Wands are made of hard wood or rattan of about inches long.

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The adjustable dumbbells have a pattern to ensure better grip.

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The use of dumbbells is good for extremities.

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Name the position in the image.

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Name the formation in the image.

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Name the type of the pair of dumbbells in the image.

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It is best to start with the lightest weight you can in dumbbell exercises.
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Name the formation in the image.

Which of the following is not an example of a floor exercise in standing position?
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Gymnastics training must be done at an early age to improve.

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The floor exercises are arranged in to show unity and harmony of movements.

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Which of the following is not an example of a floor exercise in standing position?
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When an individual moves in response to a particular rhythm or music, these movements are called.

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 is a regular recurrence of accented and unaccented beats.

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This is a systematic exercise requiring the use of apparatus.

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Exercises in gymnastics can help develop good.

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Which of the following is not an example of a floor exercise in aerial position?
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 help improve control and coordination of the body parts besides enhancing grace, form and creativity in combining new body movements.