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Compare and contrast the health risks of the two people below: Suki is a 25-year-old recreational runner. She runs for 30 minutes at least 4 days a week and weight trains in the university fitness center for 30 minutes 3 days a week. She also makes sure she stretches after her workouts. Marla is a 25-year-old college student who does not exercise regularly. She will occasionally take a jog with friends, but is often out of breath and too sore the next day to be motivated to do it regularly.
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User: Compare and contrast the health risks of the two people below: Suki is a 25-year-old recreational runner. She runs for 30 minutes at least 4 days a week and weight trains in the university fitness center for 30 minutes 3 days a week. She also makes sure she stretches after her workouts. Marla is a 25-year-old college student who does not exercise regularly. She will occasionally take a jog with friends, but is often out of breath and too sore the next day to be motivated to do it regularly.

Weegy: Suki is much more healthy than Marla, and the odds are stacked in her favor to have a longer and heathier lifespan.
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User: You want to train for a road race being held in July. You know you'll have to train in the heat

Weegy: Please finish the question.
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User: Applying the FITT principle, create a jogging and weight training program for a healthy college student.

Weegy: he ACSM (American College of Sport Medicine) has F.I.T.T. guidelines both for cardiovascular work and strength training. [ For cardiovascular benefits, they recommend exercising for a frequency of 3-5 times per week, at an intensity equal to 60-85 percent of your maximum heart rate for a time of 20-60 minutes. For strength straining they recommend working out a minimum of two times per week at an intensity that is equal to 70-85 percent of your one rep maximum (maximum weight you can use for one rep) for 8-10 reps and 1-3 sets. source: ]
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