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When planning a workout for muscular endurance, you'll need fewer workouts to reach your goal if you do compound exercises. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F
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User: When planning a workout for muscular endurance, you'll need fewer workouts to reach your goal if you do compound exercises. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F

Weegy: you'll need fewer workouts to reach your goal if you do compound exercises
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User: Which statement BEST describes how muscles respond to weight training? A. Weight training stretches the muscles' limits and makes the muscles longer. B. Weight training pushes the muscles' abilities, making the muscles gain endurance. C. Weight training stimulates the muscles and causes the muscle fibers to sit closer together. D. Weight training overloads muscles, which causes the body to respond by making muscle fibers larger.

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