calisthenics[ kal-uh s-then-iks ]SEE DEFINITION OF calisthenics
Synonyms for calisthenics
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CALISTHENICS
The extensive system of calisthenics gives to the body suppleness.
In the schools not so equipped the physical work is confined to calisthenics.
Now, Van Twiller was an enthusiast on the subject of calisthenics.
This was not as with us, but more of the form of calisthenics.
I wish them to be thoroughly taught, especially music and calisthenics.
At 8.30 we march into the school-room, where we have prayers and calisthenics.
It is recommended that calisthenics and physical culture activities be carried on in large groups.
In calisthenics of any kind the more slowly and carefully the exercise is performed the greater will be the benefit.
Invalids go in for calisthenics; for invalids (alone of all human beings) desire strength.
Miss Beach is quite competent to teach Emmie spelling and you dancing and calisthenics, and her manners are not your business.