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noun as in grind

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By then, the new treadmill is on Craigslist, and we’re on our second box of Valentine’s Day chocolates because we deserve to treat ourselves.

Predictably, even as indoor Strava activities such as trainer rides and treadmill runs jumped in those countries, outdoor activities—at least those posted to Strava—plummeted by roughly 66 percent compared to normal times.

It’s defined as the ratio of peak treadmill speed in the VO2 max test to 3,000-meter race speed.

Led by first author Clarissa Whiting, a former Penn track star, the researchers recruited ten elite trail runners and had them run or walk on level ground and with the treadmill set to 30 degrees.

It includes a wealth of videos led by fit and enthusiastic instructors who guide users through activities like yoga, treadmill running, and indoor rowing.

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The fitness coaches at a globo-gym like Gold's would notice that a user was struggling with their squat or treadmill run.

There are a few problems with outfitting an entire office with treadmill desks.

Check in with HR regarding the possibility of getting a standing or treadmill desk to feel the burn all day long.

At the gym, he quizzes the Christian jogging on the neighboring treadmill about the nature of subjective experience.

Within decades, we could take ourselves off the dirty-fuel treadmill.

Pretty well for "a cross between an Astley's chariot, a flying machine and a treadmill."

If you have made no place for yourself by that time in America you belong by a sort of divine decree to the treadmill.

Small wonder if the minister sometimes capitulates to things as they are and resigns himself to the ecclesiastical treadmill.

You struggled without advancing as we sometimes do in dreams, or though you stepped up and down, it was as in a treadmill.

And for all the effect their literary exercises has left on them they might just as well have been put on the treadmill.


On this page you'll find 28 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to treadmill, such as: chore, drudgery, groove, labor, pace, and rote.

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