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The answer should be (B)
Availability of energy from stored fat and or free fatty acids
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Answer is zero she is actually a +1 because of her weight but her cholesterol being good makes her -1 which of course is then zero

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Not sure about this. Use of word accentuated. The text says decreased anterior lumbar curve. Agree about long outward curve of thoracic ...

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The answer to this is D. To get the answer, it should be remembered that 1 MET is equal to 3.5 mL. If this will be computed to 6, the answer will be 21. MET actually stands for Metabolic Equivalent Task. This is used in order to determine the number of calories that are being used up even when the person is just sitting down.

There are some people who have fast metabolisms while there are also others who would need to work extra hard in order to lose a few pounds. Some say that when you are able to get more oxygen inside your body, your organs will work better in improving your metabolism and overall body function.

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This is wrong, you would empathize with the client, and it was proven that you can add weight in muscle doing resistance training at any age.

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The right answer is wrong big time!

Dynamic and ballistic stretches; this type of stretching can be effective for individuasl participating in sports that require baliistic activities.

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There are a lot of people who would like to change up their routine and the best answer to this is letter D. They would like to try new jumps that are not too far off from what they can do. Multiple linear jumps are known to be highly effective but they can be challenging to those who have not done any prior exercise before doing this type of jump.

There are some who would do double jumps and there are also some who would need to make more effort in order to reach the type of jumps that they want to achieve. It may take some hard work and perseverance to achieve.

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A flexion:extension ratio of 1.05 would be indicative of a muscle imbalance that could lead to back pain. The proper ratio is anything less than 1.0 for this particular measurement in the McGill Torso Muscular Endurance Battery Test. Actually, the only ratio that is less than 1.0 for a good balance is the side bridge:extension ratio, which is .75 for a healthy balance.

This battery of tests is meant to help physical therapists find the places that their clients need help. By finding where their clients are a little weaker and prone to pain, they can target those places with specific stretches, exercises, etc. However, there are a few restrictions to when a client can perform these tests, since they might cause pain that’s already there to get worse.

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People shouldn't necessarily stretch WEAKENED muscles. There's so much wrong with this question that the answer should be false.

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