cooldown


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cool·down

 (ko͞ol′doun′)
n.
A period following strenuous physical activity in which stretching or milder exercise is performed to allow the body gradually to return to normal.

cooldown

(ˈkuːlˌdaʊn)
n
a series of gentle stretching exercises conducted after strenuous activity in order to allow the heart rate to gradually return to normal
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Economists said the two purchasing managers' indices (PMI) reinforced their concerns that China's economic cooldown could deepen in the second quarter, especially with Beijing looking increasingly reluctant to take action to stimulate growth.
Attention to the fascia--connective tissue found around, within, and between the joints--is gaining popularity among runners and other exercise enthusiasts who want to go deeper during warm-up and cooldown for maximum flexibility, road readiness, and recovery.
You can build strings from four kinds of elements - damage, regeneration, cooldown and doublers, so each successful combo will do varying amounts of damage, healing and reduce your ability to call on finishers depending on what you put into it, and how far through the combo you manage to get.
Pre-set valves play a key role in NuScale Power's recently announced technological breakthrough whereby its module does not require any electrical power to be able to achieve safe cooldown should the need arise.
This is a problem with twinbed dryers; three- and four-bed dryers usually have a cooldown station.
5 times high-speed rising temperature by adopting infrared lamp heating compared with a resistance furnace; Re-examination of thermal design reduces cooldown time of samples to about 1/4.
YOU GUYS KNOW THAT COOLDOWN IS VITAL EVEN IN COLD WEATHER.
budget negotiations as some of the factors behind the cooldown.
Mel might ask me to spearhead a special project or initiative, but my final year on the NEHA board of directors definitely will be a cooldown for me and I like the sound of that.
It's going to be a slow cooldown through this week, although it will become quite a bit cooler during the nights with temperatures closer to 0C - the first signs of winter.
The program of aerobic and calisthenic exercise aimed for 75%-80% of maximal heart rate according to the Karvonen method and consisted of 10 minutes of warm-up exercises; 40 minutes of aerobics; 15 minutes of exercise targeting the abdomen, hip, and leg muscles; and 5 minutes for cooldown and stretching.
features cinematic-style dance, blending classical Indian dance movements with influences of folk and western dances to create a warmup, workout, and cooldown worthy of a movie star.