Continuous training is a type of physical training that involves activity without rest intervals It is divided into three parts slow continuous running, fast continuous training, variable pace intensity will be low and heart beat 140-160/min. . This type of training may be of high intensity, or moderate intensity with an extended duration, or fartlek training. Exercise modes noted as suitable for continuous training include indoor and outdoor cycling, jogging, running, walking, rowing, stair climbing, simulated climbing, Nordic skiing, elliptical training, aerobic riding, aerobic dancing, bench step aerobics, hiking, in-line skating, rope skipping, swimming, and water aerobics.
The numerical value of continuous training in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of continuous training in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
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Yes. We make that difference because we look different than other people – but I never want to diminish the value of the time we’ve put in to our craft. The continuous training, the continuous studying. I think the connection to the community is that it’s sometimes easier to approach me because I look like your mom or someone in the community. So, I think the approachability factor is different and, I think, an added benefit. when you’re riding on big red and you’re going on calls, being a woman on the call you bring a whole different element.
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