Recent Examples of aerobics from the Web
For a generation that pounded its joints doing aerobics, running marathons, and carving up the ski slopes, it’s time to roll out the spare parts.
The grandmother of six had gone to water aerobics and a grandchild’s birthday party the day before the procedure.
Susan Nadworny, 61, of Melrose, owned an aerobics studio in Boston’s North End during the 1980s and 1990s.
Aquatic classes such as water aerobics and underwater cycling also are offered in Pembroke Pines.
Swim instructors taught about 479 lessons and 80 water aerobics practices, McClure added.
Moriah Istre says in her promotional video that her love of fitness and zydeco dancing and music are what led her to create Zydefit, sort of an aerobics-style dance fitness class done to zydeco tunes and incorporating some zydeco-style moves.
Sandra Revill Tremulis was a health-conscious medical device executive who moonlighted as an aerobics instructor, followed a strict diet, and maintained 16 percent body fat, equivalent to that of an elite athlete.
Winnie loved the water and participated in water aerobics at HealthTrax in Enfield.
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This is a system of physical conditioning intended to improve the body’s ability to take in and use oxygen. Aerobic exercises, such as running, jogging, swimming, and dancing, stimulate heart and lung activity. To produce a benefit, aerobic training must raise the heart rate (pulse) to the exerciser’s training level for at least 20 minutes and include at least three sessions a week.
AEROBICS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of aerobics for English Language Learners
: a system of exercises often done by a group of people while music is playing : a system of aerobic exercises; also : aerobic exercises
medical Definition of aerobics
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