nonimpact

nonimpact

(ˌnɒnˈɪmpækt)
n
a lack of impact
adj
not involving impactrelating to exercise that does not put stress on the joints or body
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Also covered will be the cool down and nonimpact strength and conditioning activities that can prevent injury.
Swimming is a whole-body, nonimpact workout with a fantastic calorie burn, Rasmussen says.
This ancient form of martial arts involves slow, controlled, dance-like movements that are nonimpact or robust and are ideal for people who cannot do aerobic or high-resistance exercises.
The main strength of Epstein's book is that he explicitly and clearly states the fundamental alternative at stake: Will we embrace nonimpact on nature as our moral standard, or will we embrace human life as our moral standard?
The five-time world champion said: "I can't run for about four weeks so I'll be in the gym, anything that is nonimpact on the ankle.
In the graphic arts market, the increasing use of nonimpact printing methods such as inkjet means increased demand for high performance pigments at the expense of those conventional pigments used in traditional printing inks,"Yazdani noted.
a speaker from X-Rite Corporation will review "Color Measurement Advances: Nonimpact.
7) The ballistic but nonimpact nature of kettlebell exercises actually strengthens tendons, ligaments, and joints instead of wearing them down like running does.
Stricker likes to start with nonimpact exercises such as swimming, water aerobics, bicycling, and low-impact dancing or walking.
This readable collection conveys a basic understanding of the impact, and the nonimpact, of the new astronomy on Reformation and on European theology more generally, and will prove helpful for historians of science and theology.
Improperly chosen parameters of the dynamic system and excitation may result the transition from the impact mode to the nonimpact mode displacement of the body.