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Q: The muscular and cardiovascular systems can both be overloaded during exercise.
A: The term muscle overload certainly sounds a little ominous! But in reality, it s the basis of your body s ability to make improvements from exercising. [ It s a concept that you should embrace - not avoid - if you want to make physical gains from your workouts. You can overload your system through either performing cardiovascular exercise, or resistance training. The type of exercise you do
will cause your body to make adjustments and improve its capacity for physical activity specific to the type of exercise performed. For example, increased cardiovascular exercise could result in an improved cardiovascular system that delivers oxygen to your muscles more efficiently and effectively. ]
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User: The muscular and cardiovascular systems can both be overloaded during exercise.

Weegy: The term muscle overload certainly sounds a little ominous! But in reality, it s the basis of your body s ability to make improvements from exercising. [ It s a concept that you should embrace - not avoid - if you want to make physical gains from your workouts. You can overload your system through either performing cardiovascular exercise, or resistance training. The type of exercise you do will cause your body to make adjustments and improve its capacity for physical activity specific to the type of exercise performed. For example, increased cardiovascular exercise could result in an improved cardiovascular system that delivers oxygen to your muscles more efficiently and effectively. ]
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User: The human cardiovascular system is considered closed because __________. A. blood is continuously circulated in the body. B. blood provides nutrients to organs. C. blood collects oxygen from the lungs D. there are no holes for blood to enter or leave the system

Weegy: our circulatory system is considered a closed one because we have blood vessels that transport the blood throughout the body. the blood cells are confined within these vessels and could only flow in one direction. [ an open circulatory system is characterized by absence of blood vessels and the blood cells are not found within any closed area but instead, blood cells on an open circulatory system are scattered throughout the body. ]
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User: Which of the following activities is the most effective in developing cardiovascular fitness?

User: Which of the following activities is the most effective in developing cardiovascular fitness? A. lifting weights for 1 hour, every day B. lifting weights for 1 hour, 3 times a week C. lifting weights for 2 hours, 2 times a week D. lifting weights for 30 minutes, 1 time a week

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