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ex·er·cis·er

 (ĕk′sər-sī′zər)
n.
1. One that exercises: an exerciser of racehorses.
2. A device for exercising the body.

exerciser

(ˈɛksəˌsaɪzə)
n
1. (Gymnastics) a device with springs or elasticated cords for muscular exercise
2. a person or thing that exercises
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.exerciser - sports equipment used in gymnastic exercisesexerciser - sports equipment used in gymnastic exercises
gymnastics, gymnastic exercise - a sport that involves exercises intended to display strength and balance and agility
balance beam, beam - a gymnastic apparatus used by women gymnasts
high bar, horizontal bar - gymnastic apparatus consisting of a bar supported in a horizontal position by uprights at both ends
gymnastic horse, horse - a padded gymnastic apparatus on legs
bars, parallel bars - gymnastic apparatus consisting of two parallel wooden rods supported on uprights
rings - gymnastic apparatus consisting of a pair of heavy metal circles (usually covered with leather) suspended by ropes; used for gymnastic exercises; "the rings require a strong upper body"
sports equipment - equipment needed to participate in a particular sport
stall bar - a gymnastic apparatus used for strengthening exercises; uprights fastened to a wall and connected by horizontal rungs
trampoline - gymnastic apparatus consisting of a strong canvas sheet attached with springs to a metal frame; used for tumbling
Translations

exerciser

n (= machine)Trainingsgerät nt; (bigger) → Fitness-Center nt; (= person)Trainer(in) m(f) (inf)
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Now that we have established how often a beginner exerciser and an experienced exerciser should take rest days, let's determine what constitutes a rest day.
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This principal holds true regardless of the particular reason a person is a regular exerciser, or sets that as a goal to achieve.
However, it is important to highlight the assumption in the prediction of V[O.sub.2] max from submaximal and field-based prediction formulas is that the test administrator or the exerciser is able to accurately determine immediate post-exercise HR.
In a pilot study to the current research at least eight exerciser stereotypes were found.
The first thing to consider would be the nutritional demands of the top level athletes compared to what is required by the recreational exerciser.
The first category was regular fitness center exerciser, defined as employees who reported exercising at least two to three times per week at a fitness center in 2007.
"We combined the valve exerciser with the vacuum excavator allowing a municipality to take one piece of equipment out into the field, saving time and labor, while providing a smaller footprint," says Dave Gasmovic, president of McLaughlin, based in Greenville, SC.
Any home exerciser or DVD libraries catering to them will welcome this quick approach.
Where interval training and weight training have clearly defined work and rest ratios, RBT leaves the exerciser in charge of when to rest and for how long.