callisthenics


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callisthenics

, calisthenics
light exercises designed to promote general fitness, develop muscle tone, etc.
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Yoga, Zumba and Crossfit sessions were also offered along with coaching tips as well as lectures about nutrition, first aid and callisthenics.
In fact, a dream scenario for the woman making waves as the first Saudi callisthenics and CrossFit female coach is to see more Saudi women engaged in sports and fitness activities and enter fields that have traditionally been confined to men.
The miners' families kept vigil overnight, singing songs around a bonfire and doing early morning callisthenics to shake off anxiety and shivers in the bitter desert cold.
The circuit contains a mixture of cardiovascular, isotonics and callisthenics, using the revolutionary 'traffic light system' which means that you can complete the circuit within 30 minutes without breaking out a sweat.