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Synonyms for exercise

Synonyms for exercise

energetic physical action

repetition of an action so as to develop or maintain one's skill

to bring to bear steadily or forcefully

to subject to or engage in forms of exertion in order to train, strengthen, or condition

to carry out the functions, requirements, or terms of

Synonyms for exercise

a task performed or problem solved in order to develop skill or understanding

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put to use

carry out or practice

give a workout to

learn by repetition

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Aquatic exercise is extremely beneficial for building overall strength and endurance.
There are several types of exercises, drills and routines that can be performed during an aerobic head-out aquatic exercise session.
We need medical professionals to understand and use the benefits of aquatic exercise.
In addition, the company is also planning to open a number of Aqua-Plex Rehabilitation & Fitness Centers(tm) around the nation, providing insurance reimbursable services as well as aquatic exercise.
Kamioka H, Tsutani K, Okuizumi H, Mutoh Y, Ohta M, Handa S, Okada S, Kitayuguchi J, Kamada M, Shiozawa M, Honda T (2010) Effectiveness of aquatic exercise and balneotherapy: a summary of systematic reviews based on randomized controlled trials of water immersion therapies.
6 million building provides space to address diabetes management, including a 2,500 square foot fitness room, a heated floor for yoga, a pool for aquatic exercise, including an assisted lift for easier access and a theatre kitchen.
They get an individualized aerobic exercise program and are referred for aquatic exercise.
Aquatic features will include a recreational pool with lap lanes, an activity channel and some deep water areas for swim lessons and aquatic exercise classes.
2010) Effects of aquatic exercise training using water-resistance equipment in elderly.
In 2004 Roehrs et al had also done an experiment on the effects of aquatic exercise and its benefits on the MS patients' QOL.
Wilk (sports medicine, American Sports Medicine Institute) and Joyner (athletics, The Pennsylvania State University) explain the unique benefits of aquatic exercise, explore its effects, describe specific exercises, and discuss altering the pool for maximum benefit.
A recent study from Japan suggests that an aquatic exercise program of swimming and walking in a pool reduced low-back pain.
The center also provides programs including "Moovin and Groovin" for children from low-income families and aquatic exercise classes for the elderly.
The 37-room center includes amenities such as a fitness center, swimming pools designed specifically for both aquatic exercise and relaxation, tennis courts, and walking trails.
While the stylish pool is designed to create the illusion that one could swim right off the edge of the building, it certainly wasn't built with serious aquatic exercise in mind.
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