cardio


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cardio-

(word root) heart
Examples of words with the root cardio-: cardiogram

car·di·o

 (kär′dē-ō) Informal
adj.
Cardiovascular.
n.
Exercise that increases heart rate.
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Kickboxing can feel intimidating for a first-timer, but many of today's classes combine martial arts moves with high-intensity cardio, allowing people to build up their confidence and get a taster of the sport in an approachable way.
A simple warm-up should usually average at about 10-15 minutes and consist of low-intensity cardio with preferably some light or dynamic stretching that gets your muscles warm and ready for the workout ahead.
* Running: If you're not hurting and your form is fluid, running is a cheap cardio workout you can do almost anywhere.
[USA], June 18 (ANI): Revealing that she does not like cardio, pop star Britney Spears shared a video of her workout on Monday.
You can progress by lifting more weight, shortening your rest periods, increasing the volume of your workouts, and adding intervals to your cardio routine, just to name a few.
Its constantly-updated 36 VR workout tracks in 4 different workout modes aim to make cardio exciting, competitive, social and help you maintain your fitness goals.
When people say they're doing cardio, they often refer to jogging or running.
Utilizing cardio as a tool-Cardiovascular exercises, such as running, cycling, swimming, walking and the like are not the end-all and be-all of fat loss.
Duty doctor recommended the patient to proceed to Cardio Vascular hospital without spending a single moment as ECG report was not satisfactory.
KARACHI -- Advisor to Chief Minister (CM) Sindh for Information, Law and Anti-corruption Barrister Murtaza Wahab Tuesday visited Lyari chest pain unit of National Institute of Cardio Vascular Disease (NICVD).
Can you give us an overview of your weightlifting and cardio regimen?
If you're a regular gym-goer, you might have noticed the same people doing the same activities every day, rarely crossing that divide between cardio and weights.