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    workout terms

    Hello!

    Does "pulse" mean "repetition" in the following context?

    "Arch your back as you pull down! Five more. Pull. Go to the cone then step. Five pulses."

    Thanks!

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    Re: workout terms

    Basically, though it's closer to "thrusts" or "pushes" than reps.

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