from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Sports A gymnasium.
- n. Sports A course in physical education.
- n. Sports A metal frame supporting equipment used in outdoor play.
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- n. Short form of gymnasium.
- n. A sports facility specialized for lifting weights and exercise.
- n. physical education class
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- n. athletic facility equipped for sports or physical training
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It is an intriguing sport for New York City's space-starved schools, where the term "gym" can sometimes mean a cleared classroom.
You will need to say, Going to the gym is a top priority.
Monday, since the gym is a new gym, I get my first of three mandatory/free with signup meetings with a personal trainer.
"Just show me where the gym is at, and that's all I need to know."
One thing I really want to change at the gym is the amount of time that I have to spend there.
"Everybody in the gym is aware of what Paul can do," Garnett said.
"He's what you call a gym rat; he has a passion for the game," Terry Dunn said of his son by phone this week.
I have seen a number of old schools in Baltimore and DC reused for a lot of purposes from condos, to art galleries, and even a rubber raft factory (a school gym is the perfect size to house a vulcanizing oven or two).
She says she could save even more money by doing the same workout at home but finds that going to the gym is motivating.
Could I suggest focusing on other kinds of trivial behavior, like using a bit of telekinesis in gym class or whatever?