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Your maximum oxygen intake is a measurement of the ability __________. A. to transport oxygen to your muscles B. of the muscles to absorb oxygen C. of the muscles to create energy from oxygen D. all
of the above are measured by maximum oxygen intake
our maximum oxygen intake is a measurement of the ability ___ D. all of the above are measured by maximum oxygen intake
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