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  1. cardionoun

    cardiovascular exercise

    I did some cardio today instead of lifting weights.

    Etymology: From a shortening of cardiovascular.

  2. cardioadjective

    cardiovascular; pertaining to the health of the circulatory and respiratory systems.

    Etymology: From a shortening of cardiovascular.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of CARDIO in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of CARDIO in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

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  1. De La Rue:

    Chrissy used to give the boxers a run for their money with the jump rope, but she feels uncomfortable doing that when she’s pregnant, so now she does gentle running on a mini-trampoline while holding her belly. It’s great because it’s low-impact cardio.

  2. Hayley Zawadzki:

    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.

  3. Charlotte McKinney:

    I’m all about lengthening and toning, i don’t do heavy weights. I don’t really do anything too intense. It’s more cardio and stretching and yoga and keeping long, lean muscles as opposed to doing a bunch of reps with weights. I usually [work out] six days a week [but] it’s more of a mental thing. Mentally, I feel so much better after I work out. I would say an hour a day, sometimes two hours. It just depends, but I’ve learned to not be so hard on myself.

  4. Hayley Zawadzki:

    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.

  5. Brooke Stacey:

    Once I found out that the bubble was taking place at the end of January, I was like, ‘OK, this gives me a month to really get going, to get back to the gym and start rebuilding my muscle, rebuilding my cardio and all that, coming back so soon after giving birth, it feels pretty great.

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