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someone help me study There are 12 questions that cover: Preparing for physical activity Proper clothing and equipment for physcial activity Warming up and cooling down Quakery in advertising

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  • hba
I do not understand your question ?
do you know anything about what i have to study
  • hba
No :)

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Remember these three C's when choosing clothing to wear for physical activity — comfort, climate, and cleanliness.
Drink small amounts of water frequently rather than large volumes infrequently (e.g., 6 to 8 ounces every 15 minutes). Drink cold beverages to reduce core body temperature. Have fluids accessible. In many cases athletes need to be reminded to drink. After a workout, replenish fluids at the rate of 1 pint for every pound lost. Water is the ideal fluid replacement, although commercially prepared glucose electrolyte solutions, juices and other beverages may be used.
  • hba
I am off to sleep bye will check this later
  • hba
Its Jus because of your question :( There are 5 C's in Communication >Hahaa LoL :D

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