stridden, past participle; strode, past tense; strides, 3rd person singular present; striding, present participle;
Walk with long, decisive steps in a specified direction
he strode across the road
striding confidently toward the future
Walk about or along (a street or other place) in this way
a woman striding the cobbled streets
Cross (an obstacle) with one long step
by giving a little leap she could stride across like a grown-up
new wealth enabled Britain to stride the world once more
A long, decisive step
he crossed the room in a couple of strides
The length of a step or manner of taking steps in walking or running
the horse shortened its stride
he followed her with an easy stride
A step or stage in progress toward an aim
great strides have been made toward equality
A good or regular rate of progress, esp. after a slow or hesitant start
after months of ineffective campaigning, he seems to have hit his stride
Denoting or relating to a rhythmic style of jazz piano playing in which the left hand alternately plays single bass notes on the downbeat and chords an octave higher on the upbeat
a stride pianist
walk with long steps; "He strode confidently across the hall"
pace: a step in walking or running
cover or traverse by taking long steps; "She strode several miles towards the woods"
footstep: the distance covered by a step; "he stepped off ten paces from the old tree and began to dig"
significant progress (especially in the phrase "make strides"); "they made big strides in productivity"
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Harlem Stride Piano, Stride Piano, or just Stride, is a jazz piano style that evolved partially from ragtime. The left hand may play a four-beat pulse with a single bass note, octave, seventh or tenth interval on the first and third beats, and a chord on the second and fourth beats. ...
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(Strides) Short, fast, but controlled runs of 50 to 150 meters. Strides, which are used both in training and to warm up before a race, build speed and efficiency.
(STRIDES) Short, fast but controlled runs lasting 15-45 seconds followed by full recovery; benefits include faster leg turnover and improvements in running form. TOP
(STRIDES) 55m-100m @ 1mile-3mile race pace on flat, even straightaway
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(Strides) 100m to 200m repeats run at a relaxed but fast pace with equal recovery. Strides can be done before a race, after an easy run, or pretty much at any point in training.
(Strides) From a standing position, start running and gradually accelerate up to top speed...hold this for a brief moment and let your body "glide" until you've slowed to a walk. Rest and repeat. You'll need about 60 yards 2B able to appropriately do strides. ...
(Strides) [strahyds] Noun: Short, quick runs that are 50 to 100 metres in length. They should be run at a pace that is fast, but not so fast that you lose your form. They’re meant to help you warm up for a race or workout and to help you get the feeling of running fast. ...
(Strides) a series of brisk, short (100 meters or so) periods of running one does as part of a warm-up or cooldown.
(strides) 1.(noun. striydz) trousers, e.g. I ripped me strides lowpin' ower yon yat = I appear to have caused my trousers to be torn by jumping over the gate over there.
(strides) This is a type of speed workout. Specifically, strides are short bursts of speed of a pace roughly equal to that one could run in a mile race and of duration ranging from around 10 seconds to 30 seconds, give or take. These are good for improving one's form and developing top end speed.
Manner of going. Also distance covered after each foot has touched the ground once.
The length of a single element in a table or array.
The amount of ground the horse covers in one "step".
A style of piano jazz in which the left hand plays alternating bass notes and chord voicings in a steady pattern