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Is the respiratory system important during exercise?


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Answered 2011-08-17 05:35:14

The respiratory system is unimportant during strength training and stretching. It is very important during cardiovascular exercise (cardio). Regular cardio that is neither too mild nor too strenuous can be very beneficial to your body.

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