Definitions for "Routine"
Keywords:  reps, exercise, afraid, session, hobby
This is your own personal PE program. Before you start arm yourself with knowledge by reading and set yourself some realistic goals. Take into account considerations such as how much time you can spend on your new hobby. Always start low intensity with any new exercise and if it hurts, stop! Give your routine a chance to work but if you're not seeing anything happening after a couple of months then don't be afraid to change it and experiment. PE takes time and it will not happen overnight but, in most cases, it *will* happen. Try to remember that PE is not a competition - just because someone else hangs 20lbs doesn't mean that you will need to do the same to see results. You may only need to hang 10lbs to achieve similar results - we are all made differently and what works for some may not necessarily work the same way for others.
Also called a training schedule or program, a routine is the total list of exercises, sets, and reps (and sometimes weights) used in one training session.
a combination of exercises to work a specific muscle group
The series of movements a horse and rider follow in dressage.
A series of computer instructions for performing a specific, limited task.
A set of coded instructions arranged in proper sequence to direct the computer to perform a desired operation or series of operations.
A round of business, amusement, or pleasure, daily or frequently pursued; especially, a course of business or offical duties regularly or frequently returning.
Any regular course of action or procedure rigidly adhered to by the mere force of habit.
Regular procedure, or normal course of business or official duties.
an order of events based on the events, not the time
A competitive choreographed event at which only one couple dances at a time, to music which they supply.
A composition of strokes, figures and parts thereof, choreographed to music. It is judged on both technical merit and artistic impression.
an unvarying or habitual method of procedure
a habitually repeated performance of some actions
a stand alone procedure, not associated with any type
Keywords:  bby, isabella, tony, tales, wars
Routine is an 8-page comic featured in Star Wars Tales #2, written by Tony Isabella. It takes place 5 BBY.
Repetitive interpersonal behaviour which does not address significant human goals or values or has become powerless to do so.
an instructional strategy developed to increase the level of participation in activities for students who require consistency and repetition in order to learn
Keywords:  manoeuvres, stunts, skill, story, jokes
noun: a story, scripted conversation, demonstration of skill, or other piece of prepared material intended to initiate, maintain, or advance an interaction with a woman or her group. Examples include the best-friends test, the evolution phase-shift, and the ESP value-demonstration.
A combination of movements or manoeuvres displaying a specific range of skills.
A combination of moves and stunts displaying a full range of skills on the apparatus.
(decisions or activities): General term for all regular and predictable behavioral patterns of firms. "We use the term to include characteristics of firms that range from well-specified technical routines for producing things, through procedures for hiring and firing, ordering new inventory, or stepping up production of items in high demand to l~policies regarding investment, R&D or advertising, and business strategies about product diversification and overseas investment. In our evolutionary theory, these routines play the role that genes play in biological evolutionary theory. " (Nelson an Winter, p.14)
occurring at fixed times or predictable intervals; "made her routine trip to the store"
Keywords:  iaga, magnetometer, invoked, idl, code
a block of code that can be bound to an associated identifier, and that can accept control (can be invoked, activated, or equivalent)
an IDL code which gives graphical representation of IAGA format magnetometer data
(IEEE) A subprogram that is called by other programs and subprograms. Note: This term is defined differently in various programming languages. See: module.
a short theatrical performance that is part of a longer program; "he did his act three times every evening"; "she had a catchy little routine"; "it was one of the best numbers he ever did"
a program fragment with a label, program lines and a Return statement
Keywords:  adjective, general
adjective निश्चित, नियमित general
Keywords:  task, perform, self, basic, block
a self-contained block of code which performs a task
Part of a program which performs a certain task.
A collection of BASIC statements which work together as a unit to perform a specific task.
Similar to a function except that, strictly speaking, routines do not return values.
See function.
Keywords:  flush, straight, referred
is what a straight flush is referred to.
Keywords:  act, movements, order
the order of movements in an act
an act in itself
Keywords:  method, see
See Method.