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Stiff muscles are characterized by __________. A. painful contractions B. above average strength C. a limited range of motion D. above average flexibility Please select the best answer from the
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Stiff muscles are characterized by a limited range of motion.
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If you wanted to increase your muscular endurance, it would be important to participate in activities that __________. A. increase the size of the muscle cells and the amount of blood that is delivered to the muscle B. decrease the amount of fuel that the muscle can store and increase the time it takes for the muscle to contract C. increase the number of muscles and decrease the size of the muscle cells D. decrease the length of the muscle and increase the thickness of the muscle Please ...
Weegy: A. increase the size of the muscle cells and the amount of blood that is delivered to the muscle User: Susan and Laura are having a disagreement over who has more muscular strength. Susan is a distance runner and Laura is a sprinter. Which girl would be more likely to have more muscular strength? A. Susan because her muscles can contract repeatedly over a longer period of time. B. Laura because her muscles can produce more force for a single event. C. Laura because her muscles can remain contracted over a longer period of time. D. Susan because her muscles work together to produce great force to take her the distance. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. (More)
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What would be the most likely outcome if a young man were using anabolic steroids? A. He could go into insulin shock and die. B. He could have trouble with his blood sugar. C. He could develop fatigue or depression. D. He could develop breasts and high blood pressure. Please select the best answer from the choices provided.
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If a young man were using anabolic steroids the outcome would most like that: He could develop breasts and high blood pressure.


***Additional information:
Anabolic steroids can affect your personality:
· depression
· mood swings
· being tired/ fatigue
Anabolic steroids affect the way you look:
· In boys, Breast enlargement
Anabolic steroids can threaten your life:
· High blood pressure
· High cholesterol leading to higher chance of getting a heart attack or stroke


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