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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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Effectiveness of aquatic exercise for obese patients with knee osteoarthritis: a randomized controlled trial.
In the non-exercising group, the likelihood of moderate to severe depression was 35-fold higher than in the groups who had practiced yoga or aquatic exercise.
Cadmus L, Patrick MB, Maciejewski ML, Topolski T, Belza B, Patrick DL (2010) Community-based aquatic exercise and quality of life in persons with osteoarthritis.
2010) Aquatic exercise for Muscular Dystrophy: The story of Laura Sos, Castellon, Spain.
The inclusion of robotics and aquatic exercise does occur within healthcare settings, but facilitation of routine person-directed health, wellness, and function needs to occur as well.
A reasonably sized, attractive pool makes aquatic exercise tempting, while a huge fitness room with multiples of each machine means you're unlikely to stand in line waiting to exercise.
Aquatic Exercise Association, A resource Manual For Aquatic Fitness Professionals.
HYDRO-FIT and AquaJogger essentially created the deep water aerobics industry in the mid-1980s by inventing the gear that makes it possible, said Mark Grevelding, spokesman for the Aquatic Exercise Association, a nonprofit trade group based in Florida.
Suggestions include 150 minutes per week of walking, dance, aquatic exercise, or bicycling (stationary or moving), using treadmills or elliptical trainers.
Safe forms of aerobic exercise include walking, aerobic dance, aquatic exercise, bicycling or exercising on equipment such as stationary bikes, treadmills or elliptical trainers.
The purpose of this study was to examine improvement of functional status and quality of life in morbidly obese individuals prior to gastric by-pass surgery through the implementation of aquatic exercise interventions.
After a review of physiological responses to immersion and aquatic exercise, the book describes the history and treatment implementations of several current theories, within a regional and system approach, using case studies.
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