be out of shape

be out of shape

1. To be bent in such a way that something's typical shape or form has been lost. There's definitely a dislocation here—her leg is completely out of shape.
2. To not be physically fit. Oh man, I'm so out of shape—I get winded just walking up a flight of stairs!
See also: of, out, shape

be out of ˈshape


1 not having the normal shape: The wheel had been twisted out of shape.
2 (of a person) not be in good physical condition: I hadn’t been training for months and was really out of shape.
See also: of, out, shape