exercise economy

ex·er·cise e·con·o·my

(eks'ĕr-sīz ĕ-kon'ŏ-mē)
1. Energy required (usually measured as oxygen consumption) to maintain a constant velocity of movement.
2. Minimal effort and energy to maintain movement.
Synonym(s): movement economy.
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2007) in several independent investigations observed that exercise economy remains unchanged after acclimatization to moderate and high altitude.
2007) Exercise economy does not change after acclimatization to moderate to very high altitude.
An entire Exercise Economy supports and benefits from this tendency to sacrifice the body to appearances.
The ability to safely and rapidly employ soldiers on the battlefield enables us to exercise economy of force on the battlefield, doing more with fewer soldiers.