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10. What does a measure of your cardiorespiratory endurance tell a fitness professional? A. Your anaerobic fitness, or how well your leg and arm muscles work B. How long you can
sustain a weightlifting program C. What type of exercises you've been doing D. Your aerobic fitness, or how efficiently your heart is working
D. Your aerobic fitness, or how efficiently your heart is working
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