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Every fitness program should include A. a warm-up, a primary conditioning period, and a cool-down. B. a longer warm-up period than cool-down period. C. at least 15 minutes of vigorous activity. D. at least 60 minutes of cardio activity.
Every fitness program should include a warm-up, a primary conditioning period, and a cool-down.
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