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weight training

n.
Weightlifting done as a training program for improving or maintaining overall fitness, strength, or endurance.
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weight training

n
(Weightlifting) physical exercise involving lifting weights to improve muscle performance
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weight′ train`ing


n.
weightlifting done as a conditioning exercise.
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weight training

n to do weight trainingallenarsi con i pesi
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