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cardiovascularly

Definitions

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  • adv. In a cardiovascular way.

Etymologies

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cardiovascular +‎ -ly

Examples

  • "She came in fairly fit cardiovascularly from the water polo and all the swimming background," Davis says.

    Ertel in running for another Olympic berth

  • "Carnaval Workout" is a cardiovascularly challenging workout that showcases a dance style not typically used in mainstream American aerobics classes.

    HEALTH SCAN

  • The fit-and-fat forces scored a victory five years ago when the Harvard Medical School's Family Health Guide e-mail newsletter said that "it's possible to be heavy and fit, cardiovascularly speaking."

    Some extra weight may not be a major health concern for older people

  • Example: Claudia exercises cardiovascularly five times a week for at least thirty minutes, which places her in the fairly intense exercise category.

    Fire Up Your Metabolism

  • Example: Peter exercises cardiovascularly at least three to four times a week, and he lifts weights half of those times.

    Fire Up Your Metabolism

  • Sure, and there are also, even in the Hatha yoga, in the classical yoga, there's a flow series where you go from posture to posture and you heat up, it does benefit you cardiovascularly.

    CNN Transcript Jul 6, 2003

  • Increasing salt intake in cardiovascularly healthy patients one or two 0.5-g salt tablets daily and use of an abdominal binder may alleviate hypotension in some patients.

    The Neuropsychiatric Guide to Modern Everyday Psychiatry

  • Ritalin I feel is somewhat dangerous cardiovascularly in comparison to the amp class. en Español

    Yahoo! Answers: Latest Questions

  • This question may seem obvious, but exercise can be dangerous cardiovascularly in patients who are severely overweight.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • Scavengers even found a few drugstores that hadn’t been stripped; they collected medicines for our diabetics and our cardiovascularly diseased, and they found testing devices so the chronically ill could see where they were compared to a baseline established the last time the scavengers raided a drug supply.

    Our American King

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