cool-down


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Related to cool-down: warm up
Translations

cool-down

n. [physical fitness] enfriamiento.
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ABI JACKSON throws in the towel for a quick cool-down WHAT IS IT?
TRIED & TESTED ABI JACKSON throws in the towel for a quick cool-down WHAT IS IT?
The direct approach provides a change of vocal functioning, by offering some instruction techniques for voice, in order to encourage an efficient vocal production, and they usually involve the practice of vocal warm-up and cool-down programs [1].
I've seen some shooters while away the downtime by gazing into the latest electronic marvel, but since I proudly have yet to progress beyond a flip phone, 1 choose to reduce the amount of time lost by speeding up the barrel cool-down process.
In singing and other athletic endeavors, the value of warm-up and cool-down exercises has not been defined clearly.
The cool-down involved 2 min at 20 W, and the postexercise collection phase was 20 min of supine resting.
Oil and gas engineers have to perform complex calculations to work out to what extent the cool-down process will affect pipelines.
Although the cool-down period was included just to make sure the researchers weren't sending the couples away angry, Jessica E.
The ATX was down from the late morning until the early afternoon on Friday, influenced by the market cool-down before the publication of the US figures.
Cool-down times are reduced by augmenting normal oven ventilation, and thus no liquid coolants or consumables are required.
They include stretching, massage, cryotherapy, electrical stimulation, ultrasound, pharmacological agents, and warm-up and cool-down (Cheung et al 2003, Connolly et al 2003).
Atkinson says there is no need for cool-down time for a turbocharger.