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VO2max is A. not a good test of cardiorespiratory fitness. B. a test used to help people lose unwanted weight. C. a measurement of how much blood the heart pumps during exercise. D. the highest level of oxygen consumption that can be sustained during exercise.
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VO2max is: the highest level of oxygen consumption that can be sustained during exercise.
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