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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


Related Words

put to use

carry out or practice

give a workout to

learn by repetition

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LeCroy will show the Summit Z3-16 Exerciser on February 2-3 at booth No.
In addition to the overall dehydration findings, the study revealed: -- A trend towards men being more likely to be dehydrated before they start their workout, as compared with women Of the exercisers who arrived at the gym already dehydrated: -- More than 90 percent work out three or more times a week -- Nearly 75 percent planned to work out for an hour or more -- More than half thought they were properly hydrated -- Almost half admit it's a struggle for them to drink enough
Universal and flexible platform protects capital investment, as customers who already own an E2960 PCI Express analyzer or exerciser can simply upgrade their system with a software package.
The judgment recognized the existence of NordicTrack's trade dress rights on its cross-country ski exerciser.
The company provides the industry's most-comprehensive line of analyzer, exerciser and emulator solutions for these interfaces.
This level of exercisers are typically the ones who are involved in high impact exercises like Tae Bo or kickboxing or are even participating in contact sports," says Dr.
Today, Polar HRMs are the number one choice among consumers worldwide and are used extensively by exercisers, athletes, trainers, and coaches.
Instead, we offer an illustration of the steps to calculate the number of "new" regular fitness center exercisers relative to "prior" regular fitness center exercisers, as well as the amount of money the organization would spend on incentive payments for each new regular fitness center exerciser.
New open platform allows developers, workout facilities to innovate for exercisers
Exercisers say they sleep better Self-described exercisers report better sleep than self-described non-exercisers even though they say they sleep the same amount each night (6 hours and 51 minutes, average on weeknights).
The less frequent exercisers showed improvements in certain markers of immune function and the more frequent exercisers suffered reductions.
Several experiments have found that heart rates of physically fit persons -- in most cases, runners--do not differ from those of non-exercisers during stressful laboratory tasks, although the exercisers return to their resting heart rates more quickly after completing task.
com/research/365141/the_20092014_outl) has announced the addition of the "The 2009-2014 Outlook for Abdominal Exercisers, Cross-Country Ski Exercisers, Gliders and Riders, Rowing Machines, and Slant-Boards in the United States" report to their offering.
24 per cent among outdoor exercisers for corresponding lower to higher limits of PM2.
Protocol analyzers and exercisers are key tools to help driver and firmware developers understand serial data communication between their devices and systems.