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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.
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Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

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
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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"But now I'm back, I've had a good pre-season, I've had a good run of about 10 games and I'm feeling fit.
This does not apply to people who sleep less than 6 hours, but wake up feeling fit and rested.
I've lost about five kilos since the West Indies, so I'm feeling fit and healthy and just looking forward to getting into the summer," he added.
For me, it wasn't about a number on the scale; it was about feeling fit and strong.
A long-standing injury to his left hand has played a big part in his lack of progression - he even had to modify his swing to put less pressure on the hand - but now the scruffy lad from Washington is feeling fit at long last and his confidence has returned.
"But I came to Eastbourne this week feeling fit and strong and looking to get in as many matches on grass as possible.
"I'm feeling fit with no problems but all the attention has put me to pot."
* Feeling Fit Club, Aging and Independence Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego, San Diego, Calif.
However, despite that niggling problem, the 26-year-old claims he is feeling fit after a summer spent watching, rather than playing in, the World Cup because of Holland's failure to qualify.
Seven years later, Scanlan is feeling fit, and Millie is making a triumphant debut on Broadway on April 18.
David Moore, director of operations business travel for Travel Management Group, in Dormer Place, Leamington, said: "It is more sensible to take precautions when undertaking very long flights, if only to ensure that you arrive feeling fit and refreshed.
For many people accustomed to feeling fit, the idea of sitting in a cramped airline seat for hours seems distressing.
"Once you've experienced that, you appreciate feeling fit and healthy much more."
Warne, who retired from Tests in January 2007, said he's feeling fit for his return to Australian domestic cricket.
She'll marvel at the scenery, Take in all the fresh air, And if she's feeling fit enough A walk along the pier.