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1. There are three important benefits to the warm up session: (1 point)

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    Flexibility is increased, the muscle is pushed to its full potential, and the chance of dizziness or fainting caused by the pooling of blood in the extremities is reduced Aids in the dissipation of waste products, reduces the potential for Delayed Onset of Muscle Soreness, and increases the heart rate gradually Flexibility is increased, the chance of dizziness or fainting caused by the pooling of blood in the extremities is reduced, and the heart rate is gradually increased The heart rate is gradually increased from the resting pulse, the temperature within the muscles is increased, and the chance of muscle soreness and injury is reduced

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    1. Reduce risk of injury 2. Prepare muscle (more blood and oxygen) 3. Increase mental focus

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    here are my awnsers Flexibility is increased, the muscle is pushed to its full potential, and the chance of dizziness or fainting caused by the pooling of blood in the extremities is reduced Aids in the dissipation of waste products, reduces the potential for Delayed Onset of Muscle Soreness, and increases the heart rate gradually Flexibility is increased, the chance of dizziness or fainting caused by the pooling of blood in the extremities is reduced, and the heart rate is gradually increased The heart rate is gradually increased from the resting pulse, the temperature within the muscles is increased, and the chance of muscle soreness and injury is reduced

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    All correct although that is 4 statements for a 1 point question - be careful not to over do your answer

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    ok thank u

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    can u help me with one more

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    A _____________helps your body prepare itself for exercise, both mentally and physically, and reduces the chance of injury.

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    warm up

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    thanks

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    The entire cool down process should: Last between 5 and 10 minutes Last between 15 and 20 minutes Allow the heart to gradually increase in rate Allow muscles to gradually increase in temperature

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    (1 pt) Last between 5 and 10 minutes

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