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which of the following activities would NOT help increase flexibility? A. tai chi B. sunbathing C. playing basketball D. tennis
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if the cost was not an issue, you would need to do a/an ____ to determine the most accurate information on body composition
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Scott is a young man whose body has trouble processing sugar. The BEST diet for him to follow is one that is __________. A. low in fat B. low in carbohydrates C. low in salt D. low in protein
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Scott is a young man whose body has trouble processing sugar. The BEST diet for him to follow is one that is: low in carbohydrates.
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