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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 Gym Group was founded in 2007 and is the longest established UK operator of budget gyms with 97 sites and more than 400,000 active members.
Very soon, Trainers around the world will be able to participate in a revamped Gym game play experience, including the opportunity to join together with others to battle against powerful PokAaAaAeA@mon in the n Raid Battle feature," an official statement from Niantic stated.
Technavio, a tech-focused market research firm, has published a new report on the global gym and health clubs market, which is expected to grow at a CAGR of more than 11% during the forecast period 2017-2021.
WALES' first gym specifi-cally for Muslim women is set to open in Cardiff.
The creation of the gym has provided 20 new jobs for the city and comes at the same time that the finishing touches are being put to the new JD Sports gym business at the Belgrade Plaza.
The second is commercial use and is itself divided into various subcategories including hotel gyms, corporate gyms, fitness facilities in residential compounds and health clubs.
PayasUgym is an online marketplace which allows users to find and buy discounted gym passes.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 17, 2014-Pure Gym, Gym Group bury merger agreement
Larger established competitive gymnastics gyms benefit because if a student has the ability to compete The Tumble Gym wants to see them compete.
A new year means new beginnings and resolutions, and for me if this festive season is anything to go on, with the amount of delicious treats on offer, then next year will have to be all about the gym.
Now, he is a regular at the animal gym in Imphal and believes that exercising has helped him stay disease free.
Until now many gyms have been notorious for locking people into lengthy contracts.
PLANS for a 24-hour gym in the heart of a quiet residential area would be unsafe for women and a nuisance for residents, protesters claim.
Gateshead is a great addition to our sites and we are continuing to look for suitable properties in major towns and cities across the country, aiming to have 45 gyms throughout the UK by the end of 2012.