gym bunny


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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.
See also: bunny, gym
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GYM BUNNY Those baggy jogging bottoms you lived in during the Christmas holidays should be banished to the back of the wardrobe.
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I've always enjoyed being active but I'm no gym bunny and I'm really keen to get across that being active should be fun, rather than tough.
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