Definition of Power walking

1. Noun. A form of cardiopulmonary exercise consisting of rapid walking accompanied by vigorous swinging of the arms.

Generic synonyms: Cardiopulmonary Exercise



Definition of Power walking

1. Verb. (present participle of power walk) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Lexicographical Neighbors of Power Walking

power toothbrush
power toothbrushes
power tops
power train
power trains
power trip
power trips
power unit
power up
power user
power users
power vacuum
power walk
power walked
power walking (current term)
power walks
power wall
power walls
power word
power words
power worker
powerable
powerboat
powerboater
powerboaters
powerboating
powerboats
powerbock
powerbocked

Literary usage of Power walking

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Notes on the Construction of Cranes and Lifting Machinery by Edward Charles Robert Marks (1899)
"112 illustrates what is known as a rope-power walking jib crane, employed in shops where there is not sufficient head room to erect an overhead crane, ..."

2. The Construction of Cranes and Other Lifting Machinery by Edward Charles Robert Marks (1904)
"112 illustrates what is known as a rope-power walking jib crane, employed in shops where there is not sufficient head room to erect an overhead crane, ..."

3. Biennial Report by Vermont Public Service Commission (1894)
"At Mount Auburn : Walter Power, walking on track, was struck by engine and received a scalp wound and bruises on leg. March 1. At Conway Junction : GB Day, ..."

4. The American Monthly Magazine by Nathaniel Parker Willis (1829)
"There is no greater mistake than the common belief that it is a dim, mist-enveloped, abstract power—walking on its own way, with little knowledge of its ..."

5. A Study of the Indian Philosophy by Shantaram Anant Desai (1906)
"... possessing sight but wanting in activity being lame, meeting with another who does not possess sight but has the power walking. They say :— That just as ..."

6. Clinical Cardiology by Selian Neuhof (1917)
"... to be regarded as evidence of good cardiac reserve power. Walking is the best, simplest, and most accessible of all the forms of more active exercise. ..."

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