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yo-yo

verb
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Whether it'd be Yo-Yo or another character, I'd work with him and the team again," she added.
People who yo-yo diet tend to have higher blood pressure, heart rates, cholesterol and blood sugar levels.
In the anaerobic studies, like sprint, while aerobic contribution decreases, anaerobic contribution increases (Tomlin and Wenger, 2001) While Yo-yo intermittent recovery test level 1 focuses on performing the intermittent exercises that leads to maximal activation of aerobic system, yo-yo intermittent recovery test level 2 states the ability of individual recovery with the help of anaerobic system in repetitive exercises (Bangsbo, Laila, Kurstrup, 2008).
'Other teams in world cricket use skinfold test or the two-kilometer run test as a yardstick to evaluate fitness levels but we settled on something very simple such as the Yo-Yo Endurance test which provides an effective measure to assess cardio, durability and agility of cricketers,' he said.
Though the Yo-Yo test is the basic parameter, it will be the status of Kohli's injury that would decide his availability for the Ireland T20 Internationals to be held on June 27 and June 29 as well as England tour.
The researchers noticed in their experiments with mice that one particular protein, Crat, was key in 'telling' the body whether or not to keep storing fat in yo-yo dieting conditions.
THE research didn't explain how yo-yo dieting might increase the risk of death, but Dr Rasla suggests it could be connected to the possibility that, as people gain weight, cardiac risk factors, such as blood pressure and glucose levels, often increase, and the body eventually makes adjustments to compensate for the changes.
In addition, the Yo-Yo IR tests are a more specific measurement of changing in performance for intermittent sports (Stolen and collaborators, 2005; Bangsbo, Iaia and Krustrup, 2008).
"I would like to congratulate our Trading Standards team for removing these illegal products from our streets, and would urge anyone who has their suspicions about shops selling this kind of stuff to ring our trading standards team who will investigate." David Ellerington, Trading Standards manager, said: "We have worked with Scamp and Yo-Yo on previous occasions and they always come up with the goods.
The dose of LactiGo[TM] gel used was the manufacturer recommended 10 ml (10 pumps), which was applied only once to arms, legs, and torso 45 min before the commencement of each respective test (Yo-Yo, 3 x 1000 m).
Meanwhile, critic Jason Sanders sums up Who Invented the Yo-Yo? as a third-world space spectacle that blossoms with the energies of a creative mind willing to let itself go.
These appearances will immediately follow the European premiere of Silk Road's new documentary film "The Music of Strangers: Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble," by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Morgan Neville at the Berlin International Film Festival.
But a man who calls another a yo-yo might as well say tookus
TO take the crown of a national contest, Matt Gallacher had to pull some strings - but only of the yo-yo variety.
Britons are 'yo-yo' spenders |Almost half (47%) of Britons admit to having "yo-yo" habits when it comes to money, by splurging one minute and saving the next.