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XTExtended Technology
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XTCross Train
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XTParasolid File (file extension)
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Three years ago, the school cross trained 30 employees in its Student Service Center.
All elite athletes cross train. My own training varies daily with a week consisting of a mixture of track sessions, free weights, kettlebell conditioning, plyometrics and stretching.
Rather than take an accountant and put a marketing hat on him, make the decision ahead of time to cross train some or all of your accountants to ease their transition, should it ever become necessary.
A dental technician known as Michelle, who died in the King's Cross train bomb
A mother of two who died in the King's Cross train bomb Jamie Gordon, 30, from Enfield in north London.
Since race walking limits impact forces as compared to running or jogging, and maximizes the cardiovascular challenge of walking, it can be a good way for runners to cross train or return from injury.
I cross train with upper body workouts three times a week, run about 20 miles a week, and until recently, ran marathons regularly I still compete in shorter races, and often win in my age group (I am 62 years old).
For instance, He cross trained some of his design engineers to go on field installation trips and get first hand knowledge of how their designs worked, or didn't work, in the field.
If the communication lines are blurred, the cross trained, but less experienced employee may take the lead on a job that could be either critical or beyond their skill level.