continuous training

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con·tin·u·ous train·ing

(kŏn-tin'yū-ŭs trān'ing)
Use of steady-state exercise to overload the aerobic system of energy transfer. Because of its submaximal nature, exercise continues for considerable time in relative comfort; ideal exercise for weight loss and improved health.
Synonym(s): long slow distance training.