Strenuous in a sentence

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strenuous;

1. [verb]made with much energy or force;

Those doing strenuous exercise should avoid beverages with caffeine and alcohol, both of which can cause dehydration.

The body’s demand for oxygen increases during strenuous exercise.

You should allow your supper to digest a bit before you start any strenuous exercise.

Physical activity need not be strenuous to achieve health benefits.

The doctor said I could start working again as long as I don’t do anything too strenuous because I’m not strong enough yet.

Mary Kay Ash once said that a good goal is like a strenuous exercise – it makes you stretch.

Research has shown that stress, angry outbursts, and strenuous tennis are among the triggers identified as responsible for 17 percent of all heart attacks.

2. [verb]Very active; vigorous.

She is a strenuous supporter of women’s rights.

The new change in the plan met with strenuous opposition from the members.