cool-down


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Related to cool-down: warm up
Translations

cool-down

n. [physical fitness] enfriamiento.
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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.
Simon Hughes, manager of the pool due to open on Saturday, January 12, said: We dont have the warm-up and cool-down facilities required for the Olympic competitions.
They include stretching, massage, cryotherapy, electrical stimulation, ultrasound, pharmacological agents, and warm-up and cool-down (Cheung et al 2003, Connolly et al 2003).
The coach should have the athletes do at least half of the listed 20 exercises, including a general warm-up and cool-down with stretches after the completion of the exercises.
One of the things that Bernanke and his Fed colleagues are keeping close tabs on is the extent to which a housing cool-down will slow overall economic activity.
A new feature-Instant Off-enables users to power down and unplug the projector immediately, eliminating delays often associated with cool-down cycles.
If you're looking to increase your strength and flexibility without adding ground-impact forces to your cool-down, here are several effective post-run positions to try.
Cool-down rooms were pioneered by "superhead" Sir Dexter Hutt in three schools in Birmingham.
And never gun the engine during or after the cool-down period.
Stainless-steel drying cells reportedly shorten cool-down time after regeneration and thus improve moisture absorption.
The pipeline work was conducted during a refinery turnaround that Praxair successfully expedited by using its accelerated cool-down capabilities.