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often treated as singular Vigorous exercises designed to increase cardiovascular efficiency.
physical activity, movement, exertion, effort, workView synonyms
- ‘A good exercise programme such as aerobics will also activate and rejuvenate the skin and improve circulation and blood flow.’
- ‘The combined exercise programme with both aerobics and power is ideal for keeping fit and controlling weight.’
- ‘The gym offers yoga therapy, aerobics and callisthenics separately for men and women.’
- ‘Actually she does yoga and aerobics, plays shuttle and table tennis to keep fit.’
- ‘If you find you don't like the aerobics exercise you're doing, switch to a new one this week.’
- ‘These girls are likely to be introduced to new activities such as aerobics, swimming and gym training.’
- ‘By joining a club or aerobics class etc you can meet so many people.’
- ‘But many have no appetite for the horrors of gyms and earnest aerobics.’
- ‘With that confidence, Giulia increased her workouts to five aerobics classes a week.’
- ‘Step aerobics, gym ball, aerobics and yoga classes will start soon in Manorhamilton.’
- ‘I worked out three to four times a week, attending aerobics classes and lifting weights.’
- ‘Is there any evidence that resistance training is better than aerobics?’
- ‘There is also a movement studio for aerobics, yoga and stretch and toning exercises.’
- ‘I no longer had time to lift weights, so I just taught aerobics and played sports.’
- ‘The class includes general aerobics and pelvic floor exercises to suit all ages.’
- ‘Doctors say they regularly treat people with injuries sustained while doing aerobics or exercising in the gym.’
- ‘Weight loss and gentle movement exercises such as water aerobics are also helpful.’
- ‘When I return home I want to open up a gymnasium to teach aerobics for people who want to lose weight.’
- ‘I have always despised exercise - especially aerobics or anything involving a gym.’
- ‘Other good bone-building exercises are skipping, aerobics and brisk walking.’
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