The maximum time which an aeroplane can continue to fly without refuelling. The speed for maximum endurance is normally about 20 per cent above the stalling speed, changing as the stalling speed varies with the constant diminution in weight caused by the burning of fuel.
Alternate term for fatigue limit.
synonyms continuity longevity maintenance perpetuation persistence preservation recurrence survival sustenance
One of the ratings used to define a pitcher's talents. It indicates the number of batters the pitcher can face in a game before suffering significant effects of fatigue. Pitchers in your starting rotation should have a decent rating in this area. The higher the rating, the more innings they will pitch in each game. Pitchers with an 'F' or 'D' for endurance are habituated to facing a smaller number of batters per game, but can be used more often during the season (out of the bullpen).
The ability to work at a relatively high intensity level for a long period of time.
The ability to withstand prolonged hardship or adversity. The act of staying the course.
Ability to sustain a physical activity or continue exerting a force over time.
Exercise to increase your ability to sustain an actIvIty.
the power to withstand hardship or stress; "the marathon tests a runner's endurance"
The body's ability to exercise with minimal fatigue. Often used with other terms such as; endurance training, muscular endurance and cardiorespiratory endurance.
The ability to perform muscular work for extended periods (e.g., running, swimming).
The ability to continue physical activity without undue discomfort.
is the ability to exercise hard for an extended period of time, without getting tired easily.
The ability to continue a given task.
The ability to repeat movement patterns or sustain exercise for long periods. (See also SPEED-ENDURANCE, STAMINA)
The measure of your bodyâ€™s ability to keep up an activity without getting tired. The more endurance you have, the longer you can swim, bike, run or play a sport before tiring out.
The ability to continue performance of a movement activity.
Endurance is the ability to continue to work, or in the static case, to continue to maintain a posture or position. It is the maximal amount of time a person can perform useful work and it is related to the amount of effort being exerted (i.e. amount of muscular or aerobic / anaerobic effort).
Oneâ€(tm)s ability to maintain physical exertion or continuously apply force over a prolonged period of time.
The time an aircraft can continue flying or a ground vehicle or ship can continue operating under specified conditions, eg without refuelling.
The ability to continue, to 'last the distance' or to put up with strain or physical hardship.
Ability of a muscle to produce force continually over a period of time. A runner's ability to run for a long period of time.
continuing existence or duration. The act, quality, or power of withstanding hardship or stress.
the ability to maintain physical activity.
Your ability to run for long periods of time
body's ability to engage in prolonged physical activity.
the ability to work out over a period of time without fatigue