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gym bunny

Someone who is obsessively preoccupied with maintaining or improving their physique and thus spends a large amount of time at the gym to do so. After recovering from his surgery, John spent a lot of time at the gym getting his body back into shape. Now he's turned into a total gym bunny.
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gym shoe

n. a disliked person. Who is the gym shoe who comes to class in a sport coat?
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The domed gyms are illuminated in a variety of ways.
com was created by Jamie Ward and Neil Harmsworth after discussing the difficulties in finding gyms and health clubs that they could use on a casual basis.
With 700 gyms and three million members around the world, Gold's Gym is committed to helping all kinds of people achieve their potential through fitness.
It is common for gyms to have minimum contract period.
Children under the age of 18 are the second-fastest-growing group signing up to join gyms.
Through this agreement, Precor will provide World Gym with Precor cardiovascular and strength equipment, along with integrated Cardio Theater personal viewing screens.
In each country, Gold's Gym partnered with top business minds who will serve as master franchisees.
Meaning, it will take more than walking the malls on Black Friday to work off the day's consumption (according to Gold's Gym nutritionists, a 150 pound person burns approximately 325 calories in 90 minutes of shopping).
approach that combines the world of mixed martial arts (MMA) and fitness, will celebrate the grand opening of its newest gym in Sunnyvale, CA on Saturday, January 31, beginning at 9:30 am PT.
Children are being encouraged to go to the gym through a new scheme.
That means there's ``a huge opportunity out there'' for gyms, Harris said.
Also, currently under way are 7 new Gold's Gyms in the Cincinnati (West Chester and Bellevue), Columbus (Hilliard and New Albany), Cleveland (Crocker Park) and Dayton (The Green and Beaver-Creek) markets.
25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Today fitmob is adding gyms to its "All You Can Sweat" Passport, which provides members with unlimited access to the top fitness experiences in their city.
With more people than ever before frequenting gyms, sports clubs are flexing profits by playing a greater role in the lives of their members.