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Which of the following is a direct benefit of good flexibility? A. increased muscle strength B. increased range of motion C. improved muscle endurance D. none of the above
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Increased range of motion is a direct benefit of good flexibility.
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Which of the following BEST explains why multiple exercises are needed to improve muscular strength and endurance throughout the body? A. Push-ups don't exercise leg muscle groups. B. Different exercises are needed to improve different muscle groups. C. Weight lifting is more important for muscle strength than endurance. D. Not all muscle groups can be exercised simultaneously.
Weegy: B. [ Different exercises are needed to improve different muscle groups is BEST explains why multiple exercises are needed to improve muscular strength and endurance throughout the body. ] User: Which of the following is NOT a component of health-related fitness? A. cardiorespiratory fitness B. bone density C. muscular strength D. flexibility Weegy: B. bone density is NOT a component of health-related fitness. (More)
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Which object does NOT have rotational symmetry? a. daisy c. glove b. ceiling fan d. picture frame
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