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An example of exercise addiction is A) suffering overuse injuries. B) forgetting about time when you exercise. C) exercising alone. D) looking forward to exercising
An example of exercise addiction is suffering overuse injuries.
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An example of exercise addiction is suffering overuse injuries.
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