in good shape

*in good shape

 and *in good condition physically and functionally sound and sturdy. (Used for both people and things. *Typically: be ~; get ~; keep ~.)
This car isn't in good shape. I'd like to have one that's in better condition. Mary is in good condition. She exercises and eats right to stay healthy. You have to make an effort to get into good shape.
See also: good, shape
References in classic literature ?
It was beautiful to hear that clock tick; and sometimes when one of these peddlers had been along and scoured her up and got her in good shape, she would start in and strike a hundred and fifty before she got tuckered out.
There were only a few lines, setting forth that he would leave the city that afternoon, that he had packed his trunk in good shape, that he was well, and sent her his love and begged to be affectionately remembered to all.
Hope springs up, and cheerfulness along with it, and then he is in good shape to do something for himself, if anything can be done.
The Central Office Building is in good shape and will soon be ready for interior finishes to commence.
The film, launched at the same time in 15 cities around the world, shows Jacko in good shape performing his hits in rehearsals for his planned series of summer gigs at London's 02 arena.