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USA], Jul 1 ( ANI ): Turns out, your perception has a major influence on how tiring you find exercise as a recent study has found that people find sport less strenuous if they believe it's doing them good.
The minister highlighted Bahrain's strenuous efforts to revitalize the national economy, achieve satisfactory positive rates of growth and reduce unemployment over the past years.
It is important to emphasize that the pace of the slow joggers corresponds to vigorous exercise and strenuous jogging corresponds to very vigorous exercise," said Peter Schnohr, MD, DMSc, a researcher from the Copenhagen City Heart Study, Frederiksberg Hospital in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Indeed, reports of strenuous activity were not significantly associated with lower stroke risk.
2) The first row of the table shows blood LDH has increased following one session of strenuous exercise and the difference of this variable prior and following exercise is significant (P < 0.
PE lessons in school must be made more strenuous and worthwhile; otherwise I fear the already oversized waistlines of school children will continue to grow out of control.
During the day, people are urged to avoid being out in the sun or carrying out strenuous exercises.
CDATA[ Peak pollution expected in afternoon and evening; people with heart and lung ailments, elderly and pregnant women should avoid strenuous exercise.
Strenuous exercise increases production of several pro- and anti-inflammatory cytokines, endogenous cytokine inhibitors and chemokines (Pedersen et al.
After a long and strenuous day of writing and editing, the words "Landy Desir" might look a lot like the words "Lady Desire.
The purpose of this study, then, was to examine the extent to which a person's preference and tolerance for physical activity intensity as well as their strenuous (intense) exercise history are antecedent variables of achievement goals in explaining exerted effort as defined by performance on the shuttle run task.
warm up 1 : to exercise or practice lightly in preparation for more strenuous activity or a performance 2 : to run (as a motor) at slow speed before using