Definitions for cardio
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word cardio
I did some cardio today instead of lifting weights.
cardiovascular; pertaining to the health of the circulatory and respiratory systems.
Origin: From a shortening of cardiovascular.
The numerical value of cardio in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of cardio in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
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As a warm-up, it’s a great way to loosen up the body, break a quick sweat, our trainers use it in circuit training as a cardio burst between strength training intervals.
It burns a high amount of calories in a short amount of time, activates large muscle groups and is also good for training cardio endurance for marathoners and triathletes.
I start with 20 minutes of intense cardio—usually running— move on to light free weights, body-weight exercises such as pushups, squats, and situps, then finish it off with a stretch.
It does not require as much dynamic movement as a rower or a treadmill, it's a good starting point into a progressive cardio routine, or for people with lower back or knee problems because it's very soft on the joints.
It does not require as much dynamic movement as a rower or a treadmill, it’s a good starting point into a progressive cardio routine, or for people with lower back or knee problems because it’s very soft on the joints.
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