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vigorous

adjective active, acute, aggressive, all-out, animated, brisk, dynamic, energetic, enthusiastic, feisty, forceful, forcible, full of life, go-getting, go-go, hardy, healthy, intense, keen, lively, lusty, proactive, robust, strenuous, strong, strong and healthy, vibrant, vivid, wholehearted, zestful, zesty
See also: active, compelling, forcible, indomitable, intense, intensive, irresistible, potent, powerful, resolute, resounding, strong, trenchant
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The target range for vigorous exercise in this example is 140 to 155 bpm.
According to a recent study, children who belong to disadvantaged backgrounds and certain ethnic minority backgrounds, including some in Pakistan and Bangladesh, have lower levels of vigorous physical activity.
What's more, men who did the most vigorous exercise had a 29 percent lower risk of having tumors with a fusion of two genes-- TMPRSS2 and ERG--than those who did the least.
Although the above 150 mins moderate or 75 mins vigorous activity may seem a lot, if you break it down into daily amounts, its as little as 21.5 mins and just under 11 mins respectively.
'The results suggested that substituting modest amounts of vigorous physical activity for longer-duration light exercise may have cardiometabolic benefits above and beyond those conveyed by moderate activity,' said lead author Dr.
Current NHS guidelines say people aged five to 18 should do at least 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity each day to improve their current and future health.
Moderate activity has many health benefits, but in specific terms of reducing risk factors for cardiovascular disease, it's vigorous activity that appears to make a difference."
While moderate and vigorous exercise had nearly the same effect on intrahepatic triglyceride content, patients who performed the more strenuous activity also significantly reduced their weight, waist circumference, body fat mass, and body fat percentage compared to those who exercised moderately or not at all.
Slightly more than one-third of the women (35%) performed first-trimester vigorous physical activity.
Walsh, who suggests that we should not obtain cord gases in vigorous infants due, in part, to the hospital charges.
While the health and longevity benefits of 150 minutes a week of moderate to vigorous physical activity are well established, many of us fail to reach this target.
Both products, Star of Hope Children's Milk Vigorous and Star of Hope Children's Milk Smart, are fortified with Wellmune, a yeast beta-glucan with the ability to strengthen children's immune systems naturally.