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Which one of the following statements regarding strength training workouts is most accurate? A. Involve only one or two muscle groups. B. Use jerking movements when lifting weights. C.
Ensure your breathing is labored. D. Move the weights at a moderate to slow speed.
The following statements regarding strength training workouts is most accurate. D. Move the weights at a moderate to slow speed.
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