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Q: An individual has sarcopenia. In order to prevent this condition from becoming any worse, what action should be taken? A. decrease the amount of time spent exercising each week B.
participate in more activities like weight training C. cut back on the use of heavy weights D. increase supplements and eat a healthier diet
A: Sarcopenia (from the Greek meaning "poverty of flesh") is the degenerative loss of skeletal muscle mass (0.5-1% loss per year after the age of 25), quality, and strength associated with aging. Sarcopenia is a component of the frailty syndrome. [ to prevent this condition from becoming any worse, it is advised to B. participate in more activities like weight training ]
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User: An individual has sarcopenia. In order to prevent this condition from becoming any worse, what action should be taken? A. decrease the amount of time spent exercising each week B. participate in more activities like weight training C. cut back on the use of heavy weights D. increase supplements and eat a healthier diet

Weegy: Sarcopenia (from the Greek meaning "poverty of flesh") is the degenerative loss of skeletal muscle mass (0.5-1% loss per year after the age of 25), quality, and strength associated with aging. Sarcopenia is a component of the frailty syndrome. [ to prevent this condition from becoming any worse, it is advised to B. participate in more activities like weight training ]
Pitttypang|Points 193|

User: Weight training has the biggest effect on __________. A. cardiac muscles B. smooth muscles C. involuntary muscles D. skeletal muscles

Weegy: Weight training has the biggest effect on: D. skeletal muscles.
andrewpallarca|Points 27247|

User: Two individuals start the same training program at the same time, but one is able to grow muscle faster and larger than the other. What is the least likely explanation for this? A. One individual was born with more muscle fibers. B. One individual has a more consistent training schedule. C. One individual is consuming a healthier diet. D. One individual has a more intense training schedule.

Weegy: The correct answer is C. One individual is consuming a healthier diet.
Kamuraz|Points 101|

User: The overriding problem with both theories of muscle growth, hypertrophy and hyperplasia, is that __________. A. neither can be accepted as correct because muscles growth is difficult to study in humans B. neither one is theoretically possible C. neither has been studied by reputable scientists D. neither has been accepted by member of the fitness community

Weegy: C. neither has been studied by reputable scientists
aleks.murgoska|Points 50|

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