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Which of the following BEST describes the exercise principle of specificity? A. maintaining a challenging workout B. establishing a regular exercise schedule C. targeting a particular area for
improvement D. shifting the types of exercises in a workout
C. targeting a particular area for improvement BEST describes the exercise principle of specificity.
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