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synonyms for exercise

  • act
  • action
  • activity
  • drill
  • examination
  • lesson
  • movement
  • operation
  • performance
  • problem
  • study
  • task
  • test
  • training
  • workout
  • calisthenics
  • constitutional
  • discharge
  • discipline
  • drilling
  • exercising
  • exertion
  • gym
  • labor
  • occupation
  • pursuit
  • recitation
  • schoolwork
  • theme
  • toil
  • warm-up
  • daily dozen
See also synonyms for: exercised / exercises / exercising
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antonyms for exercise

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  • cessation
  • idleness
  • inaction
  • inactivity
  • inertia
  • repose
  • rest
  • stoppage
  • entertainment
  • fun
  • pastime
  • surrender
  • disuse
  • misuse
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Strengthening those muscles with exercises like squats, leg presses, or any single leg movement, can help with the pain, Robertson says.
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It’s an exercise that can lead to business optimization in novel ways.
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As a result, I was invited in the early aughts to play a Times reporter in a “tabletop” exercise organized by New York City.
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Give each “station” a silly name, race between them, and boom—an exercise routine becomes a fun game.
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So when paired with resistance training, BCAAs may help your body better respond to the stress placed on them through exercise.
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This version of the exercise has over 100 different items to estimate and will keep track of your progress from round to round.
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I’d have one or two good weeks followed by a lackluster one where I could barely rally to run more than three miles and do some physical therapy exercises.
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WORDS RELATED TO EXERCISE

  • accomplishment
  • achievement
  • act
  • blow
  • commission
  • dealings
  • doing
  • effort
  • enterprise
  • execution
  • exercise
  • exertion
  • exploit
  • feat
  • handiwork
  • maneuver
  • manipulation
  • move
  • operation
  • performance
  • procedure
  • step
  • stroke
  • thrust
  • transaction
  • undertaking
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