Limb [noun]

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They’ve got an extra set of limbs — two human arms plus four horse legs.

The reps are performed slowly, taking ten seconds up and ten seconds down, without locking the limbs or resting at the top or bottom of the motion.

Just wrap it around a green limb bent into a circle and face it into the sun.

A 2019 meta-analysis found no benefits to muscle strength, and another 2019 meta-analysis found benefits to upper limb but not lower limb muscle strength.

Her hair’s a mess, her limbs are streaked with blood, and there’s a ball-busting steeliness in her eyes.

To break new ground, you need to be willing to go out on a limb and take risks.

FedEx reported the incident to TOSHA as required for all workplace incidents that lead to in-patient hospitalizations, loss of limbs or an eye, or death — and the agency responded by letter.

Continue alternating between all four limbs, holding each in the air for ten seconds for the duration of the plank.

A weird flash brushed by me and the Sheik was sent, limbs flailing, to the ground.

The move also aligns with Hyundai’s existing robot division, which creates wearable limbs and walking supports for people who have difficulty getting around.