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Dangerous conditions influencing sport injuries include all of the following EXCEPT: A. overuse B. overexertion C. incorrect technique D. practicing and drills
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User: Dangerous conditions influencing sport injuries include all of the following EXCEPT: A. overuse B. overexertion C. incorrect technique D. practicing and drills

Weegy: Practicing in front of a mirror is unlikely to correct the use of space-fillers. A,.
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