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Long Term Physiological Effects of Exercise on the 4 Systems.


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Increased bone strength and thickness - this is due to exercise stimulating the mineral content of calcium within the bones. Preventing bone weakness or injuries.
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Long Term Effects of Exercise on the Skeletal System

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A reduction in the resting heart rate due to the heart not having to work as hard.
Long Term Effects of Exercise on the Cardiovascular System
Helps to eliminate or ease back problems due to muscles being stronger
Long Term Effects of Exercise on the Muscular System
Improve posture due to core muscles being stronger.
Long Term Effects of Exercise on the Muscular System
Increase in range of motion at joints and reduce joint problem
Long Term Effects of Exercise on the Skeletal System