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to pant

to pant

/ˈpænt/
verb
to breathe quickly, loudly, or in a labored manner, whether due to excitement and exertion, or as a result of doing something energetic
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They're like... (panting).

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pant

pant

/ˈpænt/
noun
a short, quick, and labored intake of breath
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And fun fact, I'm not wearing any pant right now.

That's all.</i> - This is-- - I like the breathability of a harem pant.

Can you think of something that might be drying off as dogs pant?

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personal trainer

personal trainer

/pˈɜːsənəl tɹˈeɪnɚ/
noun
a person who possesses sufficient knowledge, skill, or experience to design an effective fitness program or to offer advice or guidance on exercise and fitness
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Lopez worked with her personal trainer to strengthen her core and upper body.

I'm a certified personal trainer now.

I want to thank my wife, my kids, my personal trainer.

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physical education

physical education

/fˈɪzɪkəl ˌɛdʒuːkˈeɪʃən/
noun
sport, physical exercise, and games that are taught as a subject in schools
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I had studied physical education because I loved high performance.

This was not what I had left studying physical education in 1986.

But the combination of a lack of physical education and an increase of poor nutrition was causing secondary effects.

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plank

plank

/ˈpɫæŋk/
noun
an abdominal exercise for building core strength and stability which is done by pressing one's forearms or palms on a flat surface with elbows directly under one's shoulders and holding the raised position for a period of time
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They stamp the outline of the horse onto the planks.

David: This cutter cuts boxboard into box planks, the main component of the puzzle boxes.

Narrator: Push-ups are followed by planks.

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power walking

power walking

/pˈaʊɚ wˈɔːkɪŋ/
noun
a type of exercise similar to walking that heavily emphasizes speed and exaggerated arm motion

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press-up

press-up

/pɹˈɛsˈʌp/
noun
a physical exercise that requires a person to lie on their stomach and raise their body off the ground while keeping their back straight and supporting the weight of their body on their hands and toes alone

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to pump iron

to pump iron

/pˈʌmp ˈaɪɚn/
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to exercise by lifting heavy weights in order to become fit or to gain muscle mass

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punching bag

punching bag

/pˈʌntʃɪŋ bˈæɡ/
noun
a hanging stuffed bag that is struck with the fists, and with which fighters train
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Those 2017 Trump tax cuts that are a punching bag for Biden and his 2020 rivals?

They found that the telson is like a punching bag, absorbing and dissipating impacts.

Meanwhile, the area surrounding the telson cushions the blow like a boxer’s punching bag.

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pushup

pushup

/ˈpʊˌʃəp/
noun
a power exercise for strengthening chest and arm muscles, in which a person is lying on their stomach with their back straight, raising their torso by pressing down on their hands
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How many pushups do you do a day?

A typical northern drum circle song has a call-and-response structure divided into pushups, or verses.

Even warn their Blue neighbors when intruders are nearby -- see those little pushups?

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regimen

regimen

/ˈɹɛdʒəmən/
noun
a set of instructions given to someone regarding what they should eat or do to maintain or restore their health
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Moved by her powerful words, the sage told the princess to follow an ancient spiritual regimen.

So let's go back to Jay's medication regimen.

sometimes adding wellbutrin to your regimen can help because it increases dopamine.

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rep

rep

/ˈɹɛp/, /ɹɛpɹiˈzɛtətɪv/
noun
‌the number of times one does a single exercise in one's workout routine before moving on to the next exercise or before taking a break
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Now I feel like this next item gets a bad rep for some reason, but I want gift cards.

I don't know why they get a bad rep now

Pop culture has given rats a bad rep.

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to run

to run

/ˈɹən/
verb
to move using our legs, faster than we usually walk, in a way that both feet are never on the ground at the same time
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"Run!" yells the team coach.

Additionally, autism seems to run in families.

Were Humans Born to Run?

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short-winded

short-winded

/ˈʃɔɹtˈwɪndɪd/
adjective
breathing rapidly; gasping for air, particularly after a vigorous physical effort

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sit-up

sit-up

/sˈɪtˈʌp/
noun
an exercise in which a person can strengthen their stomach muscles by constantly changing from lying to sitting position without moving the legs
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So let's begin with this simple sit-up with the use of a towel.

He's doing sit-ups on an Oriental rug? -

How many sit-ups do you do a day?

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spinning

spinning

/ˈspɪnɪŋ/
noun
a low-impact exercise that is performed on an exercise bike
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Shawn sits spinning the wheels of a toy car spinning, spinning, spinning.

Shawn's parents have learned that spinning is not a typical phase of childhood.

This is really just a reflection of the Earth spinning, of course.

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squat thrust

squat thrust

/skwˈɑːt θɹˈʌst/
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an exercise that specifically targets leg muscles, in which hands are kept on the floor, feet shoulder-width apart, and legs fully thrusting backwards from a squatting position

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stamina

stamina

/ˈstæmənə/
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the mental or physical strength that makes one continue doing something hard for a long time
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I have to say, your stamina is impressive.

But I kind of lost a bit of stamina halfway through and decided I needed a bit of positive reinforcement.

However, he still had the stamina to demand an accounting of his accumulated possessions.

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step

step

/ˈstɛp/
noun
an exercise that is performed by stepping on and off of an elevated platform
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Consequently, Wendy rose one step.

He's my step-brother."

He closes his eyes and remembers his steps.

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strenuous

strenuous

/ˈstɹɛnjuəs/
adjective
characterized by or performed with much energy or force
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It's extremely strenuous.

And he was determined to live what he called the strenuous life.

Working conditions in the anime industry can be strenuous with long hours and slim margins.

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to stretch

to stretch

/ˈstɹɛtʃ/
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to extend one's body parts or one's entire body to full length
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The dough is stretched over and over again until the whole table is covered.

The history of tires stretches at least as far back as the mid-1800s.

The novel coronavirus pandemic has stretched health care systems to the brink.

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to sweat

to sweat

/ˈswɛt/
verb
to produce small drops of liquid on the surface of one's skin
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Even though we were sweating like hell in the theatre

Airports make me sweat.

and it's going to make me sweat a lot.

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Tabata

Tabata

/tæbˈɑːɾə/
noun
a form of high-intensity exercise that has both fitness and weight-loss benefits and is consisted of short periods of vigorous physical activity with short breaks in between

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to tone

to tone

/ˈtoʊn/
verb
to make one's muscles stronger or more contracted
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Or at least help tone it down.

I felt every person yelling at me to tone it down.

Its tone is fairly stable as the note proceeds.

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to tonify

to tonify

/tˈɑːnɪfˌaɪ/
verb
to make a part of the body firmer, smoother and stronger, by exercise or by applying special creams, etc.

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to train

to train

/ˈtɹeɪn/
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to exercise in preparation for an sports event or competition
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Health ministries may not have the money to build clinics or hire trained medical practitioners.

A very strict officer was talking to some new soldiers whom he had to train.

Train yourself to be patient, like me.

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treadmill

treadmill

/ˈtɹɛdˌmɪɫ/
noun
an exercise device consisting of an endless belt on which a person can walk or jog without changing place
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This is possibly due to something called the hedonic treadmill theory!

And basically Infinadeck is a 360 degree treadmill technique.

That is Is it safe to say that we've got treadmills on top of treadmills here?

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to walk

to walk

/ˈwɑk/, /ˈwɔk/
verb
to move forward at a regular pace by putting one foot in front of the other, never having both feet off the ground at once
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Consider the ambition that babies demonstrate as they try to sit up, crawl, and walk.

"Meow," she says, walking on hands and knees.

Shawn walks toward first base.

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walk

walk

/ˈwɑk/, /ˈwɔk/
noun
a short journey we take on foot
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Don went out for a walk in the morning but he forgot to put on his watch.

Last Saturday they went for a walk at the side of the river.

One day they went for a walk early in the morning and met an old man.

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walker

walker

/ˈwɔkɝ/
noun
someone who travels by foot, particularly for exercise or pleasure
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Remember the extremely slow walkers in high school?

A bob in the ship could affect the balance of a tightrope walker.

Many modern carnivores are digitigrade walkers.

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warm-up

warm-up

/wˈɔːɹmˈʌp/
noun
a series of compound exercises that mostly involve stretching and are often performed in order to boost one's flexibility and athletic performance, as well as reducing the chances of injury before a workout session
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We caught up with Aleksei during his warm-up before the premiere of "Luzia" in New York City.

But this was the night before the July 12 march, a warm-up for the main event.

That's the warm-up there.

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to work out

to work out

/wˈɜːk ˈaʊt/
verb
to exercise in order to get healthier or stronger
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but I don't think it's gonna work out.

it just happened to work out that way.

OK, my hair is still very wet because I had a shower after working out.

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workout

workout

/ˈwɝˌkaʊt/
noun
a session of physical exercise or practice meant to improve or maintain health, fitness, or strength
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This is my workout.

This is my daily workout.

Do some workouts, push-ups, air squats.

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Zumba

Zumba

/zˈʌmbə/
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a well-known fitness program in which people dance to Latin American dance music
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He wants to be a zumba instructor for us to be healthy.

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