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exercise:

see physical fitnessphysical fitness,
combined good health and physical development. The object of any program of physical fitness is to maximize an individual's health, strength, endurance, and skill relative to age, sex, body build, and physiology.
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exercise

1. US and Canadian a ceremony or formal routine, esp at a school or college
2. Gymnastics a particular type of event, such as performing on the horizontal bar
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All 31 protocols recommended the use of active exercise (Figure 4), commencing with exercises such as active shoulder flexion and light weight waist level activities.
Stay active Exercise helps stimulate the release of mood-boosting hormones, and being outdoors can help instill a sense of the world still going on, which can be a stabilizing influence.
BE MORE ACTIVE EXERCISE benefits long-term health in countless ways, but when it comes to blood pressure, the charity Blood Pressure UK (bloodpressureuk.
By sticking BE MORE ACTIVE EXERCISE benefits long-term health in countless ways, but when it comes to blood pressure, the charity Blood Pressure UK recommended alcohol reduce the high blood (www.
More than 45 Airmen from the 307th Bomb Wing left for a month-long deployment to support an active exercise at Nellis, AFB, Nevada.
The Longleaf Trace has been an active exercise route since the 1990s, when the now-asphalt trail was covered in gravel.
The conventional physical therapy including general active exercise combined with manual therapy wasapplied in group A while conventional physical therapy combined with core stability exercise therapy in group B.
Catsimatidis' actions and responsibilities--particularly as demonstrated by his active exercise of overall control over the company, his ultimate responsibility for the plaintiffs' wages, his supervision of managerial employees, and his actions in individual stores--demonstrate that he was an 'employer' for purposes of the FLSA.
These included the tALk active exercise service and the Alzheimer's Society.
Picturing an Arab man becomes a refreshingly active exercise.
In consideration of the time consuming nature of eccentric loading exercises, it is noted that the patient in this case was strictly compliant with her scheduled office visits and the prescribed active exercise conditioning protocol outlined in Table 1.