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This can be lowered with regular exercise such as aerobics and swimming. The Sun (2007)Their exercise routines included spinning and aerobics classes. The Sun (2015)The average man keeps fit by doing step aerobics off his own ego. Times, Sunday Times (2014)M&S bosses are planning to sign up a big name to play the part of an aerobics instructor. The Sun (2010)It's like doing aerobics in a sauna while covered all over with a duvet. The Sun (2007)These could include anything from fast walking to dancing, swimming or aerobics classes. The Sun (2008)It's extreme in a way that going to an aerobics class is not. Times, Sunday Times (2013)When ill health forced her to quit her job in publishing, she trained as an aerobics instructor. The Sun (2008)I'M a casino manager on a cruise ship and having a wild and romantic affair with the on-board aerobics instructor. The Sun (2012)I am sure that it must be all mildly amusing for the people sitting there waiting for aerobics classes. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He said he liked aerobics. Times, Sunday Times (2015) Step aerobics is hard but I make myself go. The Sun (2007)The trust says that you can burn 33 per cent more calories in an hour of green gym activities than in a typical step aerobics class. Times, Sunday Times (2011)If the thought of an aerobics class fills you with dread, don't do it. PCOS DIET BOOK: How you can use the nutritional approach to deal with polycystic ovary syndrome (2002)Work it off by: 50 minutes of step aerobics. The Sun (2010)The Oklahoma resident addresses groups across the country, speaking from personal experience and her knowledge as a certified personal trainer and aerobics instructor. Christianity Today (2000)In between you can go mountain biking, horse riding, or play croquet or join one of the numerous classes in the aerobics studio. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'aerobics'
British English: aerobics /ɛəˈrəʊbɪks/ NOUN
Aerobics is a form of exercise which increases the amount of oxygen in your blood and strengthens your heart and lungs.
...an aerobics class.
- American English: aerobics
- Arabic: تـَمَارِينٌ رِيَاضِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: aeróbica
- Chinese: 有氧健身操
- Croatian: aerobik
- Czech: aerobik
- Danish: aerobic
- Dutch: aerobics
- European Spanish: aerobic
- Finnish: aerobic
- French: aérobic
- German: Aerobic
- Greek: αεροβική
- Italian: ginnastica aerobica
- Japanese: エアロビクス
- Korean: 에어로빅
- Norwegian: aerobic
- Polish: aerobik
- European Portuguese: aeróbica
- Romanian: gimnastică aerobică
- Russian: аэробика
- Spanish: aeróbica
- Swedish: aerobics
- Thai: แอโรบิกส์
- Turkish: aerobik
- Ukrainian: аеробіка
- Vietnamese: thể dục nhịp điệu
Definition of aerobics from the Collins English Dictionary
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