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Which of the following is NOT a vitamin important in keeping your skeletal system healthy? A. vitamin A B. vitamin C C. vitamin D D. vitamin E
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User: Which of the following is NOT a vitamin important in keeping your skeletal system healthy? A. vitamin A B. vitamin C C. vitamin D D. vitamin E

Weegy: A. vitamin A is NOT a vitamin important in keeping your skeletal system healthy.
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Weegy: Well-designed weight-training programs only target two or three body areas. This statement is TRUE.
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User: When doing curls, John is careful to extend through the full range of motion and quickly lock his elbows to make sure that he does not drop the weight. This is an example of __________. A. a good technique because he moves quickly B. a bad technique because he moves through the range of motion C. a good technique because he is paying attention to form D. a bad technique because he quickly locks a joint

Weegy: D). a bad technique because he quickly locks a joint
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User: Upright rows are a shoulder exercise. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F

User: Dawn is trying to find out how much weight she can push across the room. She is really trying to find her __________. A. flexibility B. muscular endurance C. cardiovascular fitness D. muscular strength

Weegy: Dawn is trying to find out how much weight she can push across the room. She is really trying to find her D. muscular strength.
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User: Two individuals start the same training program at the same time, but one is able to grow muscle faster and larger than the other. What is the least likely explanation for this? A. One individual was born with more muscle fibers. B. One individual has a more consistent training schedule. C. One individual is consuming a healthier diet. D. One individual has a more intense training schedule.

Weegy: The correct answer is C. One individual is consuming a healthier diet.
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User: Why is it a myth that muscle turns into fat when someone stops working out? A. Muscle and fat are two different kinds of tissue. B. Muscle grows with physical inactivity. C. Fat converts into muscle but not vice versa. D. Only a small amount of muscle turns into fat.

Weegy: It is a myth that muscle turns into fat when someone stops working out because: A. Muscle and fat are two different kinds of tissue.
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User: Jamie and Scott did sit-ups, push-ups, and curl-ups, and then compared the information to find out who had better __________. A. endurance, using the calisthenic method B. strength, using the max 1 RPM method C. strength, using the absolute method D. endurance, using the maxing out method

Weegy: Jamie and Scott did sit-ups, push-ups, and curl-ups, and then compared the information to find out who had better C. strength, using the absolute method
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User: Joseph is taking amphetamines to combat fatigue during his workout. This may not be a good idea because __________. A. amphetamines may cause liver and kidney damage if used for an extended period of time B. amphetamines may cause depression and fatigue after the effect wears off. C. amphetamines tend to increase blood viscosity and can cause fatal blood clots D. amphetamines tend to have a negative impact on the metabolic rate and will cause weight gain

Weegy: Joseph is taking amphetamines to combat fatigue during his workout. This may not be a good idea because amphetamines may cause liver and kidney damage if used for an extended period of time. [ ]
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User: Overload is the act of exercising a muscle to fatigue. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F

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Overload is the act of exercising a muscle to fatigue.
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