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Improved reaction time, perception and interpretation of images, and executive control processes are examples of the positive impact physical activity has on A. cognitive function. B. muscular strength. C. cardiorespiratory health. D. metabolic health.
Weegy: Improved reaction time, perception and interpretation of images, and executive control processes are examples of the positive impact physical activity has on( A.) cognitive function. User: Many people need to do more than _______ minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity a week to meet weight-control goals. A. 60 B. 90 C. 120 D. 300 Weegy: Many people need to do more than _______ minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity a week to meet weight-control goals. Answer (D.) 300 . User: Which one of the following statements about physical activity and weight loss and maintenance is most accurate? A. Regular physical activity helps control the percentage of body fat in children and adolescents. B. Muscle-strengthening activities help promote weight maintenance better than aerobic activities. C. The optimal amount of physical activity needed to achieve and maintain a healthy weight is the same for most people. D. People who want to lose a substantial amount of weight need only a low amount of physical activity if they don’t change their caloric intake. (More)
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Regular participation in high levels of physical activity can lead to less excess weight in adults and includes the highest benefit for those who begin their exercise regimens A. in the evenings. B. in the morning. C. before middle age. D. before their early twenties.
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Regular participation in high levels of physical activity can lead to less excess weight in adults and includes the highest benefit for those who begin their exercise regimens: before their early twenties.

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Individuals with _______ are more likely to see their behavior as something they can adapt or change. A. a support group of friends and family B. an internal locus of control C. a persistent desire to help others D. a fear of failure
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Individuals with an internal locus of control are more likely to see their behavior as something they can adapt or change.
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