gym bunny


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gym bunny

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(Gymnastics) informal a person who spends a lot of time exercising at a gymnasium
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Alongside gym bunny Amar, the upbeat and ready to face things head on character and his oldest friend Sunny, a wannabe misanthrope who'd rather sit out the apocalypse from the comfort of his sofa, Kat, Jo, Sunny and Amar find themselves trapped together on board Dorothy, a narrow boat on the Grand Union canal.
He may have been a preening Airdrie gym bunny. He admitted to getting his mum to shave his bum.
If you are a regular gym bunny it is well worth investing in brands like Sweaty Betty and Lululemon - their sports leggings are often considered the best on the market.
"People who are into their fitness, especially personal trainers won't break their routines for a relationship so if you're dating a gym bunny, you can kiss goodbye to Sunday morning lie-ins, binge eating tubs of Ben and Jerry's and lazing around.
over Liz Connor selects Her best BUYS sEARCHING for the perfect pressie isn't easy, but if you've got a runner, cyclist or gym bunny in your life, the task is made marginally easier by the fact that they'll probably love unwrapping a gift that feeds their fitness obsession.
If you're a keen gym bunny or prefer to kick back on the couch, the winter months always feel like a struggle to get exercising.
Stick in a profile picture of a blonde beauty or buff gym bunny and who would know otherwise?
Never would I ever have thought that I would describe myself as a "Gym Bunny"; ("Gin Bunny" possibly, but never "Gym") however I seem to have somehow, in just five weeks, managed to swap settee for PT.
It catapulted him from little-known gym bunny to national hero status.
Those polished shoes say you mean business about that job interview, your hooded sweater suggests you are down with the kids, your Stella McCartney for Adidas leggings announce you as a serious gym bunny - or someone who wants the world to view her thus (I know I am not the only one who sometimes puts gym clothes on but doesn't actually go to the gym...).
Denise said: "I'm really not a gym bunny. I do charity things like big cycles or treks, they give me a kick up the bum.