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a breath of fresh air

a breath of fresh air

/ɐ bɹˈɛθ ʌv fɹˈɛʃ ˈɛɹ/
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the cleat air that one inhales after a period of being indoors

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activity tracker

activity tracker

/æktˈɪvɪɾi tɹˈækɚ/
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‌a wearable device that records one's daily physical activities in addition to monitoring one's heart rate and calorie consumption
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He had that little activity tracker attached to the glove on his hand.

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aerobic

aerobic

/ɛˈɹoʊbɪk/
adjective
(of physical exercise) including activities that increase one's heart rate and oxygen consumption rate
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Hopanes are the chemical byproduct of aerobic bacteria left behind in the fossil record.

They became aerobic life forms.

Eukaryotic cells -- the ones with nuclei -- have the descendants of these aerobic bacteria inside them.

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aerobics

aerobics

/ɝˈoʊbɪks/
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exercises that are designed to make one's lungs and heart stronger, often performed with exhilarating music
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and then I head off to my water aerobics class sporting my fresh ink.

Becky tells the guys to join her in aerobics class.

Aerobics class is whatever, who cares.

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anaerobic

anaerobic

/ˌænɝˈoʊbɪk/
adjective
(of physical exercise) involving short and intense physical activities, such as sprints and weightlifting, during which oxygen demand surpasses oxygen supply
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But anaerobic bacteria could thrive in this environment, and they got to work.

The oceans were populated by anaerobic microbes.

That means they stop using oxygen for energy and start using glucose instead via a process called anaerobic respiration.

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athlete

athlete

/ˈæθˌɫit/
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a person who is good at sports and physical exercise, and often competes in sports competitions
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They use film footage of the performance of a past Olympic athlete and display it alongside footage of themselves.

I train athletes at every position from high school to college and NFL.

[laughs] A lot of athletes train out here because of the heat.

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athletic

athletic

/æθˈɫɛtɪk/
adjective
being physically active and strong with a proportionate body
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And that applies to high-school and college athletic programs.

- These days they require about 35 different athletic vendors.

The mall is opening a Nobu Hotel and restaurantand a 90,000 square foot lifetime athletic center.

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the burn

the burn

/ˈbɝn/
noun
the pain that can be felt in one's muscles as a result of intense training
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Hospitals use it in transfusions to treat burns, liver failure, and more recently, COVID-19.

We have what we call like a slow burn in teaching.

Or he had his day's work burned onto a CD.

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burpee

burpee

/ˈbɝpi/
noun
‌a full body exercise used in strength training that involves the combination of squad thrusts and squat jumps
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Narrator: Their drill instructor orders them to do burpees.

And after I do 10 burpees, I will check Instagram, that's your want.

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cardio

cardio

/ˈkɑɹdioʊ/
noun
a‌ny aerobic exercise or vigorous activity that increases heart rate as well as respiration, using the large muscles of one's body in movement over a sustained period of time
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Let's start off first with cardio.

That is your cardio.

Those bozos overlook the importance of cardio.

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circuit

circuit

/ˈsɝkət/
noun
a workout technique that is consisted of several exercises each targeting different muscle groups
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It would be a pleasure to welcome a Porsche Taycan on the circuit.

So Chaudhari had to use a larger circuit board for the Xbox controller.

PlayStation used a folded circuit board made by Mitsumi in its controller.

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circuit training

circuit training

/sˈɜːkɪt tɹˈeɪnɪŋ/
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a workout technique that is consisted of several exercises that target different muscle groups

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CrossFit

CrossFit

/kɹˈɔs fˈɪt/
noun
a high-intensity interval training that is a combination of weightlifting, powerlifting, gymnastics and cardio
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They answer the question, "What if crossfit was somehow more unsafe and more douchey?"

I still do crossfit, it hasn't changed.

Should you do crossfit or bodybuilding?

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cross trainer

cross trainer

/kɹˈɔs tɹˈeɪnɚ/
noun
a piece of equipment at a gym with two parts that one stands on while holding two bars and pushing each part and bar as an exercise
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You know, like Carmichael cross trainers or DJ Amaretto or whiskey cups.

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cross-training

cross-training

/kɹˈɔstɹˈeɪnɪŋ/
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the combination of different types of exercise activities for well-rounded muscular development or better preparation for the main sport
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And so I started really getting into cross-training and fitness.

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to exercise

to exercise

/ˈɛksɝˌsaɪz/
verb
to do physical activities or sports to stay healthy and become stronger
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I think exercising in the morning helped me stay a little more chipper.

And not to exercise that power is inexplicable to me.

Device makers can exercise greater control over how their products are presented to customers.

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exercise bike

exercise bike

/ˈɛksɚsˌaɪz bˈaɪk/
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a stationary machine for taking exercise that can be pedaled like a bicycle
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This is my exercise bike

This is my exercise bike

This is just my exercise bike

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fitness center

fitness center

/fˈɪtnəs sˈɛntɚ/
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‌a place, usually a commercial establishment, where people can exercise and use workout equipments
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- We will allow gyms, fitness centers, bowling alleys to reopen their doors. -

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fitness tracker

fitness tracker

/fˈɪtnəs tɹˈækɚ/
noun
‌a wearable device that records physical activities and offers information about the wearer's health, specifically heart rate and the number of calories burned
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So another thing about this fitness tracker right here is, it's IP67 water resistant, right?

Bluetooth is great for things like fitness trackers, headphones, mice and keyboards.

Get a tracker, a fitness tracker.

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foam roller

foam roller

/fˈoʊm ɹˈoʊlɚ/
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‌a cylindrical tube made of rubber, plastic, or compressed foam that can be used to reduce tension in one's muscles or to reduce inflammation
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Who here owns a foam roller?

You have a foam roller?

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to get into shape

to get into shape

/ɡɛt ˌɪntʊ ʃˈeɪp/
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‌to become physically healthy or fit

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gym

gym

/ˈdʒɪm/
noun
a room or building in which people exercise with special equipment to improve their physical health
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And no matter how many times I would try to go to the gym, things weren't changing.

I still have a pair of gym shorts from when I was 11, believe it or not.

I guess I'll see how I feel after the gym.

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health club

health club

/hˈɛlθ klˈʌb/
noun
a place, usually containing special equipment, where people can go in order to exercise and get fit
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Dom DeLuise, now, can you see him in a health club with that body?

I just felt we can do better in health clubs, we can do better in mobile phone business.

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health spa

health spa

/hˈɛlθ spˈɑː/
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a fitness center or an establishment that provides pieces of equipment and facilities for people to exercise in and improve their physical fitness

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high-intensity interval training

high-intensity interval training

/hˈaɪɪntˈɛnsɪɾi ˈɪntɚvəl tɹˈeɪnɪŋ/
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a multi-layered exercise consisted of short periods of demanding physical activities with less intense recovery periods in between

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hiking

hiking

/ˈhaɪkɪŋ/
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the activity of taking long walks in the country or mountains for pleasure
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But there are epic adventures beyond hiking.

I just met them up on the hiking trail.

There's hiking, and then there's camping.

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interval

interval

/ˈɪntɝvəɫ/
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an exercise that makes athletes switch between short, high intensity bursts of activities, each requiring different speeds or amount of effort
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But in that short interval, the character of the storm changed.

More incisions are made at important intervals to continue the production of resin exudates.

Stone monuments go up at regular intervals to clearly mark it.

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interval training

interval training

/ˈɪntɚvəl tɹˈeɪnɪŋ/
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athletic training that consists of activities with alternating periods of high and low-intensity activity
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Hockey's a sport with, like, natural interval training.

Every chance you get, move, and do some high intensity interval training from time to time.

And finally, we mentioned a burst of high intensity interval training.

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jog

jog

/ˈdʒɑɡ/
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a slow or leisurely paced running, usually for exercise
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So going for a quick jog could be helpful if you're constipated.

Now let us go for a lover's jog.

Go for a jog!

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to jog

to jog

/ˈdʒɑɡ/
verb
to run at a steady, slow pace, especially for exercise
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Imagine going jogging in a diving suit with a backpack and ski gloves on.

And that'll help jog your memory.

>Female #2: You can jog around in 5 days.

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jogger

jogger

/ˈdʒɑɡɝ/
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someone who runs at a slow and steady pace, usually as a form of exercise
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The jogger puts his hand on the old woman’s arm.

The jogger runs into the old lady.

There is a jogger,Dan says.

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jogging

jogging

/ˈdʒɑɡɪŋ/, /ˈdʒɔɡɪŋ/
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the activity of running slowly and steadily, especially for exercise
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Craig came down in his jogging pants.

So unless you do a whole lot of like high vertical biking or jogging or whatever.

Unfortunately, my VIDEO GAME WALKING AUTHENTICITY POWER RANKINGS RUBRIC does not look kindly on jogging.

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jumping jack

jumping jack

/dʒˈʌmpɪŋ dʒˈæk/
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an exercise that is performed by jumping from a standing position with legs both spread wide and the hands touching overhead and then returning to a position with the feet together and the arms at the sides
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And so I would say to that question get up and do some jumping jacks.

Hey, Colton, it's called a jumping jack.

Seriously, I can't even do a jumping jack.

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keep-fit

keep-fit

/kˈiːpfˈɪt/
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a series of exercises performed with the purpose of staying healthy or increasing strength

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kettlebell

kettlebell

/kˈɛɾəlbˌɛl/
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‌a cast iron weight that is shaped like a ball with a curved handle for easy gripping
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I'm certified in kettlebells.

An eight-minute kettlebell solo, you know! -

And then I'll move on to what I call planked kettlebell pull throughs.

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mountain climber

mountain climber

/mˈaʊntɪn klˈaɪmɚ/
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someone who climbs or hikes mountains as a sport
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I'm Jewish, and there aren't a lot of Jewish mountain climbers.

If you're a mountain climber, you come back with the greatest stories ever.

I like doing mountain climbers here.

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