feel fit

feel fit

To feel as though one is in good health and/or has a fit physique. Yeah, I was sick last week, but I'm feeling fit now. Ugh, I'm tired all the time and never feel fit.
See also: feel, fit

feel fit

to feel well and healthy. If you want to feel fit, you must eat the proper food and get enough rest. I hope I still feel fit when I get old.
See also: feel, fit
References in classic literature ?
We must get you out of it," he continued, "the moment you feel fit to stir.
TWO in five British women are put off going to the gym because they do not feel fit enough, a poll has found.
Almost two-fifths (38%) said they did not feel fit enough to join a gym and 28% thought running was for those who are already fit
Any aspiring Mourinhos who feel fit to rival The Special One know that in gaming terms the only place to turn is Football Manager.
He said: "I feel fit and well and sometimes think I can't have cancer.
I've not been able to go gung-ho because I still need to manage my knee but I feel fit, I feel sharp and I'm just hungry to get as many minutes as possible.
Officials for the Sandy, Utah-based company say the products are designed to help consumers look and feel fit and healthy.
It was only due to Jenny's patience, time and effort and not giving up on us that we have worked together as a team and thanks to her made new friends and feel fit.
I still love the game like I did when I was 21 years old and I still feel fit.
Some women feel fit enough to resume intercourse almost at once, but the key is what feels right for you.
I said before that I'd like to stay here for as long as I can, as long as I feel fit.
Only after fourteen years of cutting records under the Silver Jews moniker did David Berman feel fit enough to hit the road.
I still have the will and passion to produce successful sides, I still feel fit and I'm still bright between the ears - I hope
As long as I feel fit and can compete reasonably well, I'll go on playing.