CSCS Practice Test
Exercise Technique Practice Test
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Which muscles cause a movement to occur through their own contraction?
Agonist muscles and antagonist muscles refer to muscles that cause or inhibit a movement. Agonist muscles cause a movement to occur through their own contraction while antagonist muscles oppose a specific movement to control a motion, slow it down, and/or return a limb to its initial position.