- From a shortening of cardiovascular. (Wiktionary)
“He had what they call cardio circulation collapse, meaning a significant drop in blood pressure.”
“Hell, if fabulous cardio is the No. 1 criteria for being the quarterback of the Redskins, Shanahan ought to be in Kenya looking to bring back a distance runner.”
“Cardio exercise usually refers to aerobic activity, such as running and swimming, but any exercise that significantly raises your heart rate and keeps it there could be described as cardio.”
“But now, between the climbing and the running, my cardio is freaking awesome.”
“The most important kind of exercise was "cardio" - getting my heartbeat up so I would burn more calories.”
“This is not as much an issue of "cardio" - heart and lungs - as it is a neuromuscular issue.”
“When you hear the word cardio, what activities come to mind first?”
“I can only watch so much Clark + May touring Britain and Nigella scurrying about Harvey Nicks before really missing the grotty parts of Sunset Blvd, In-N-Out Double Doubles, my Sunday cardio aka: Target, and the wide open car park also known as the 405.”
“Aerobic exercise: Sustained rhythmic exercise that increases your heart rate; also referred to as cardio.”
“These days, aerobic exercise is more often called cardio, a nod to the fact that it accelerates your heart rate and improves your cardiovascular system.”
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