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Physical Exercise 2 Cloze Game

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   calf-raise      chin-up      crunch      dip      flutter      lunge      push-up      sit-up      squat      star jump  
1. A is performed by lying face-down on the floor, with hands palm-down next to the shoulders, then pushing up with the arms while keeping the body straight.
2. A is performed by lying face-up on the floor with knees bent and arms behind the head or crossed over the chest, and then sitting up until the upper body is vertical.
3. A is performed by hanging by the hands from a parallel bar and then pulling the body up until the chin is next to the bar.
4. A is performed by lying face-up on the floor with knees bent and arms behind the head or crossed over the chest, and then lifting the shoulders off the floor while tightening the abdominal muscles.
5. A is performed between parallel bars by holding the body up with the arms, then lowering the body until the elbows are in line with the shoulders, and then pushing up again.
6. A is performed by standing with feet shoulder-width apart and arms to the front and parallel to the floor, then squatting down as far as possible before standing up again.
7. A kick is performed by lying face-up on the floor with fists under the buttocks, then raising the feet a little off the floor and kicking up and down.
8. A is performed by standing with feet shoulder-width apart and taking a big step forward with one leg until the back leg's knee is almost touching the floor, and then standing again by straightening the front leg.
9. A is performed by standing with heels overhanging the edge of a platform or curb, then lifting the body on the balls of the feet before slowly lowering again.
10. A is performed by standing with feet together and arms by the sides, then jumping to a position with legs wide apart and hands touching overhead, and then jumping back to the original position.*
*also called a "jumping jack" in American English

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