Using carbo-loading to increase the store of glycogen seems to benefit only those athletes who engage in aerobic activities that are A. between 50 and 80 minutes. B. less than 20 minutes. C. more than 90 minutes. D. between 30 and 60 minutes.
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User: Using carbo-loading to increase the store of glycogen seems to benefit only those athletes who engage in aerobic activities that are A. between 50 and 80 minutes. B. less than 20 minutes. C. more than 90 minutes. D. between 30 and 60 minutes.

Weegy: Using carbo-loading to increase the store of glycogen seems to benefit only those athletes who engage in aerobic activities that are more than 90 minutes.

User: Which one of the following choices is the closest in size to one serving of meat? A. A deck of cards B. An open palm C. A coffee mug D. A baseball

Weegy: A deck of cards is the closest in size to one serving of meat.

User: If you need 2,000 calories per day and you regularly consume 2,500, you'll A. lose weight. B. maintain your weight. C. lose muscle mass. D. gain weight.

Weegy: If you need 2,000 calories per day and you regularly consume 2,500, you'll gain weight.

User: If a person consumes an extra 500 calories per day, how long would it take before he or she gained one pound of fat? A. 14 days B. 5 days C. 7 days D. 10 days

Weegy: If a person consumes an extra 500 calories per day, It would take 7 days before he or she gained one pound of fat.

User: What you weigh isn't as important as the proportion of your body that's composed of fat because A. a body that's comprised of more muscle mass will weigh more but is actually healthier than a body that's composed of more fat. B. weight doesn't matter when discussing overall health. C. fat gives your body energy to function, while muscle mass is used only to perform strenuous activity. D. the more fat you have the more protected your body is.

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A body that's comprised of more muscle mass will weigh more but is actually healthier than a body that's composed of more fat. -is why your weight isn't as important as the proportion of your body that's composed of fat.

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