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What is the training effect?

A. The tendency to suffer injuries as a result of too much exercise

B. Shortness of breath and dizziness caused by overexertion

C. An increase in the resting heart rate and a decrease in the stroke volume of the heart

D. A term that describes the many physiological changes resulting from participation in vigorous muscular fitness activities

I'm sure it's not C but i'm confused between A,B,D.

which one do you think is right?

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