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Fitness Programming and Exercise Prescription exam 1

This study guide goes through each topic the professor discussed in chronological order. Included are things he specifically only said in class (in quotation marks) and things he said we specifically must know for the test (marked with a blue star). There are lots of pictures and diagrams in order to make memorizing the information easier as well as clean organization for each subject. Good luck and happy studying!

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