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If the boxer wanted to be more confident and less stressed as he entered the fight, a good strategy would be to ________.
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If the boxer wanted to be more confident and less stressed as he entered the fight, a good strategy would be to ________.
assume a power pose for a period of time before the fight
drink milk to increase the amount of calcium in his blood
take iodide tablets to insure that sufficient thyroxin is produced
eat a large amount of carbohydrates to be sure glucose is properly regulated
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