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Q: At which event would you be most likely to see examples of muscular endurance? A. weight-lifting competition B. short-distance bike race C. sprinting competition D. baseball game
A: The answer is A. weight-lifting competition.
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User: At which event would you be most likely to see examples of muscular endurance? A. weight-lifting competition B. short-distance bike race C. sprinting competition D. baseball game

Weegy: The answer is A. weight-lifting competition.
aarongrutas|Points 64|

User: When using the absolute method to assess muscular endurance, you should adjust the weight according to each individual's strength ability.

Weegy: When using the absolute method to assess muscular endurance, you should adjust the weight according to each individual's strength ability. TRUE
lpeples|Points 270|

User: Slow-twitch muscle fibers have a high resistance to fatigue.

Weegy: Slow-twitch Muscle Fibers or Type I fibers are used in lower-intensity exercises such as very light resistance work aimed at muscular endurance and long-duration aerobic activities such as 5K and 10K runs. [ Slow-twitch Muscle Fibers are identified by slow contraction times and a high resistance to fatigue. Structurally, they have a small motor neuron and fiber diameter, a high mitochondrial and capillary density, and a high myoglobin content. ST fibers also have a low supply of creatine phosphate, low glycogen content, and a high store of triglycerides (the stored form of fat). ]
emdjay23|Points 2202|

User: Select the statement that accurately describes the muscular system. A. The muscular system is composed of two different types of muscles. B. The muscular system is composed of muscles, tendons, and ligaments. C. The muscular system is responsible for controlling the actions of smooth and cardiac muscles. D. The muscular system is composed of smooth, skeletal, and cardiac muscles.

User: Lisa is beginning a weight-training program to firm up and gain muscular strength. She has decided to do some cycling or treadmill jogging to warm up, stretch before the workout and lift weights that isolate each muscle group in her body. She'll take the time to stretch before she leaves the gym. She is so dedicated that she is going to do this workout every day. After doing this for a few months, what may be the biggest concern? A. Lisa could experience burnout from spending so much time in the gym. B. Lisa could become obsessed with how she looks. C. Lisa might lose her friends because she is devoting too much time to working out. D. Lisa might experience symptoms of overtraining, like weight loss and increased irritability.

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