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Exercise

To put into action, practice, or force; to make use of something, such as a right or option.

To exercise dominion over land is to openly indicate absolute possession and control.

To exercise discretion is to choose between doing and not doing something, the decision being based on sound judgment.

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After about 15 minutes of working on the machines, Gail and Bonita head down to the large, wood-floored room where a dozen other members have gathered for Gail's low-impact aerobics class.
The new interest in strengthening muscles is seen in the growing number of low-impact aerobics classes that utilize light hand weights.
Low-impact aerobics: Aerobic exercise improves overall fitness and endurance as well as muscle function and joint stability.
Young At Heart will offer a range of activities including salsa dance, tai chi, low-impact aerobics, armchair exercise, short walks, gym tours and holistic therapies.
Low-intensity or low-impact cardiovascular exercise like walking, swimming, low-impact aerobics classes, or special exercise classes for pregnant women are best.
The class activities include low-impact aerobics, stretching, and strengthening exercises that are tailored for whomever shows up each week, said Shannon Maher, a volunteer instructor for the class and a pharmaceutical sales rep for Eli Lilly.
Suitable activities include brisk walking (not strolling), slow cycling, slow swimming, digging the garden, low-impact aerobics, dancing and tennis.
Walking, jogging and low-impact aerobics are similarly beneficial as long as they are comfortable for the participant.
"We arranged for a group of people with moderate sleep complaints to attend a low-impact aerobics class twice a week and to go out for a brisk 40-minute walk twice a week,' says Abby King of the Stanford Center for Research in Disease Prevention.[9]
Other light exercises good for expectant moms include cycling on a stationary bike, swimming, stretching and low-impact aerobics. Dr.
Walking and low-impact aerobics are good options that even provide temporary relief, because these activities help pump the standing blood out of the vein.

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