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cardio

(kär′dē-ō) Informal
adj.
Cardiovascular.
n.
Exercise that increases heart rate.
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The purpose of the cardio conference is to enhance awareness regarding prevention, early diagnosis, appropriate management and update treatment strategies in the field of Cardiology.
While both cardio and weightlifting use glycogen, lifting weights takes only about a third of it, however resistance training is the most affected if you don't have enough.
The course was geared to coaches, personal trainers and teachers, which showcased how far reaching cardio tennis can be.
Also cardio still has its benefits -- improving cardiovascular fitness, getting the heart rate up, boosting your energy, elevating your mood, the list goes on.
One study published in the "British Journal of Nutrition" found that when the subjects carried out their cardio workouts while in a fasted state they burned up to 20% more fat than those that had eaten beforehand.
The TomTom Runner Cardio and Multi-Sport Cardio have a built-in heart rate monitor to assist runners measure heart rate without the need for a separate chest strap.
Try kick-boxing training because this is amazing for shaping the legs and cardio fitness.
Dates and venues: May 17: Holywell Leisure Centre (mini-tennis, junior and adult coaching) 2pm-5pm; Mold Sports Centre (adult coaching, cardio tennis, family time, free play, junior and mini tennis) 10am-1pm; Brymbo LTC (family time, free play, mini tennis, adult coaching, cardio tennis) 11.
Coach Barrie opted for extended training in Cardio Tennis with Worldwide Cardio Tennis Programme Manager Michele Krause.
In 2007, water overflowed from a toilet in a business suite on the third floor of the building in which Cardio rented a suite on the first floor.
If you want to smash away those calories then cardio kick could just help you win the fight.
They will include tennis freestyle, cardio tennis, mini tennis and touch tennis.