Incremental Exercise

Incremental exercise is exercise that increases in intensity over time.

Incremental exercise is often used during fitness tests such as the YMCA submaximal test.

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USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) - Ship History - 2000s
27 May 2005, Abraham Lincoln underwent a docking planned incremental availability (DPIA) yard overhaul at Naval Station Everett, Washington, and following its subsequent sustainment training ... qualifications (CQ), and Joint Task Force Exercise 2005 (JTFEX-05) in southern Californian waters between 19 October and 16 November 2005 ... Maintenance Facility (PSNS IMF) to begin a scheduled Docked Planned Incremental Availability (DPIA) yard maintenance period ...

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