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high-resistance

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  • These indoor cycling classes usually include a warm-up, sprints, "climbs" — high-resistance work — and cool-downs.

    Pedaling in Place on the Road to Fitness

  • • Building muscle in the case of some types of high-resistance exercise so you look better in and out of clothes.

    THE NEW ATKINS FOR A NEW YOU

  • • Building muscle in the case of some types of high-resistance exercise so you look better in and out of clothes.

    THE NEW ATKINS FOR A NEW YOU

  • Some cumulative effects phenomena, in other words, exhibit what I will call high-resistance irreversibility--the effort it would take to get back on track, if one even could figure out how, may be beyond our social and economic capacity.

    More on Irreversibility and its Importance

  • Global climate change is, in my view, the net product of numerous human and physical systems going through cumulative effects events with high-resistance irreversibility.

    More on Irreversibility and its Importance

  • Some cumulative effects phenomena, in other words, exhibit what I will call high-resistance irreversibility--the effort it would take to get back on track, if one even could figure out how, may be beyond our social and economic capacity.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • Global climate change is, in my view, the net product of numerous human and physical systems going through cumulative effects events with high-resistance irreversibility.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • For each kite, winches release a pair of high-resistance cables to control direction and angle.

    Generating Power From Kites

  • For each kite, winches release a pair of high-resistance cables to control direction and angle.

    Generating Power From Kites

  • Comments posted by the latter are then routed to secret sites overseas where the thread undergoes intense scrutiny; the data bytes are subjected to extreme temperature changes, and high-resistance diodes, putting the electrons in various stressed positions.

    Think Progress » ‘Fact Sheet’ On Clinton Interview Gets It Wrong

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