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Which one of the following choices is a known factor that influences flexibility? A. Race and ethnicity B. Body composition C. Degree of self-confidence D. Amount of rest
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Stress often causes muscles to A. contract and tighten. B. bruise more easily. C. resist exercise. D. increase in pain.
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Muscular _______ describes how long or how many times you can lift and lower a given weight. A. strength B. endurance C. hypertrophy D. atrophy
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