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The aerobic system of energy production uses glycogen, but primarily ______ as its energy source.(Points : 2) a.red blood cells b.glucosoids c. fat, or fatty acids d.
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The aerobic system of energy production uses glycogen, but primarily fat, or fatty acids as its energy source.
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According to this website: building muscle size is optional for the purposes of entering a body building competition if you so wish.
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Sorry but I have to disagree with your answer. If you go for a strength training, you are building a muscle size but most likely you won't gain any flexibility.
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