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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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This can be done easily and effectively on a weightlifting machine due to the ease and speed with which the exerciser can adjust the weight.
As you know, consistency is one of the most important parts of an exercise program but this is also the part for which many exercisers fail, especially the "beginners." Some of the obstacles to keeping exercise regular are boredom, pain (both during and after exercise), and lack of technical ability.
Hence, exercisers are often given a goal by a fitness trainer to stay within a target HR zone.
Paired t tests demonstrated the significant difference of mean scores between NL and FT formats for judgmental young women and overweight exerciser stereotypes (see Table 2).
The models include all variables from the university-wide population specification as well as measures of prior exercise (regular fitness center exerciser, sporadic fitness center exerciser, regular non-fitness center exerciser, and non-exerciser [reference]), measures of employee attitudes toward exercise, self-reported health status (fair or poor health), and an indicator for job tenure greater than 10 years.
When selecting a valve exercising system, the best advice Gasmovic can offer is to look at both items--the valve exerciser and the vacuum excavator--as two separate items.
Contrary to popular belief, research has shown that exercisers who have autonomy over their workout parameters will often work harder and are able to self-regulate to an optimal work-rest ratio for their physiology.
The aim of this study is to present and to validate a novel indoor rowing machine--unstable balancing exerciser, demanding from athlete not only to workout, but also to keep his balance as in the boat floating in the water.
How to become a persevering exerciser? Providing a clear, future intrinsic goal in an autonomy-supportive way.
In addition to error injection and compliance verification, the exerciser provides early adopters with a USB 3.0 link to start bring-up testing well before commercial hosts are available.
The gun mount exerciser (GME), NSN 4933-01-346-1791, was designed to exercise both 105mm and 120mm guns.
An indoor cycling class can burn between 750 and 1000 calories in 45 minutes whilst circuit classes allow the exerciser to work on a range of fitness areas involving both muscular and cardiovascular components.