aerobic exercise

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Synonyms for aerobic exercise

exercise that increases the need for oxygen

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The event was part of the charity's Child's Voice Appeal and saw participants undergo a two-hour aerobic workout.
Hunt also undertakes classes in aeFatburner', which entails 20 minutes of a freestyle aerobic workout, 20 minutes of weight lifting, 15 minutes of abdominal exercise and five minutes of stretching.
The sponsored two-hour aerobic workout will take place at the same time in each location around the UK, from 6-8pm.
The sponsored two-hour aerobic workout will be led by qualified instructors from 6pm to 8pm on February 8.
The Aerobic Workout section is comprised of five segments: warm-up, workout segments 1, 2 and 3, and cool-down.
Weight lifting is the most effective way to build total body strength and running is your main event for a total aerobic workout.
Some people want an aerobic workout and some people want to hike with their kids.
Laughter provides an aerobic workout that exercises the heart, diaphragm, abdominal, intercostal, respiratory and facial muscles.
Two new 30-minute workouts provide 5 minutes of aerobic workout which sequences led by Simon Bateman, plus the basics of centering and breathing.
It is also an excellent aerobic workout, and very good for balance.
Capoeira, a high-energy aerobic workout that fuses martial arts, dance and African and Brazilian music, is the latest exercise to explode onto the group fitness circuit.
The evolution of bhangra--a male folk dance traditionally not for women at all--from folk dance to popular club music to aerobic workout reveals the creative tension between nostalgia and change.
For example, there are step-by-step instructions and sequential photos how to stretch at work, home or school, before and after an aerobic workout, and even while on an airplane.
I read with great interest in your July/August 2003 issue that there is a new aerobic workout inspired by Chicago and was so excited I immediately began trying to contact the people mentioned in your article, "All That Jazz.
This keep-fit video/DVD combines '80s style music with short aerobic workout routines.