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Why should senior citizens perform balance exercises? A. to build muscle tissue B. to reduce chances of falls C. to build overall endurance D. to reduce "staying power"
Senior citizens should perform balance exercises: B. to reduce chances of falls.
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User: Why should senior citizens perform balance exercises? A. to build muscle tissue B. to reduce chances of falls C. to build overall endurance D. to reduce "staying power"

Weegy: senior citizens perform balance exercises C. to build overall endurance
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Senior citizens should perform balance exercises: B. to reduce chances of falls.

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C. to build overall endurance
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@iLoveVerlynne,

Please do not post duplicate answer. The answer is already submitted by me.

Also please restate the question as the part of your answer according to the Weegy rules.

Read the Weegy basic rules :




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sujaysen, please verify your answer by providing a source.
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Thanks for your advice.
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