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cooldown

(kool′down″)
Any low-impact, low intensity movement, such as walking, stretching, or casually performed calisthenics, performed after vigorous exercise. It allows body temperature to fall gradually, returns blood from skeletal muscles to the central circulation, and decreases muscle lactate concentrations.
cool-down, adjective
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Describing how to do static stretches is beyond the scope of this article, but if you already do static stretches on your dog's front legs/shoulders and rear legs/ hips, make sure you attempt these only during this cooldown phase, when the dog's muscles are warm and fully pliable.
In the end, a range of different stretching techniques at different times is appropriate, with generally dynamic stretching including striders, bounding, and slow jogging before a workout, and a 10- to 20-minute cooldown jog followed by static stretching afterward.
Each DVD has five customisable workout segments, each complete with its own warmup and cooldown.
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That has been true in the latest housing cooldown, where we haven't seen the damage, but in the early 1990s, Manhattan got hit harder than the rest of the country.
com) and enjoy a cooldown in the enormous lagoon pool after a great game.
The Home Depot, in anticipation of the economic cooldown that is occurring now, late last year kicked off an initiative to remerchandise stores and reset displays.
The design also avoids the long cooldown times associated with closed-tube catadioptrics.
942, including a 325-cfm, 1/3-hp forced exhauster for quick purge and cooldown, dampers on the intake and exhaust for accelerated cooling, and a 10-inch-diameter circular chart recorder and digital programming temperature controller.
This cooldown performance allows chromatography at these near ambient temperatures to become practical.
The modest rise in mortgage rates has been associated with a cooldown in housing expenditures.
The same survey also found that multifamily builders are less optimistic about the market for condos, which is in the midst of a cooldown.