gym rat


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Noun1.gym rat - someone who spends all leisure time playing sports or working out in a gymnasium or health spa
addict, freak, junkie, junky, nut - someone who is so ardently devoted to something that it resembles an addiction; "a golf addict"; "a car nut"; "a bodybuilding freak"; "a news junkie"
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He is regaining his strength and is now a gym rat at 70.
Daisy Estipona-Estioko will always be remembered as a strong and passionate woman who was an artist, fashion designer, life coach, community leader, philanthropist, gym rat...She loved being surrounded by people with vibrant energy.
Corazon, who is a gym rat, said, "Being a lover of sport and gym and a curvy size 16/18 girl, my main struggle was finding sportswear that fits me.
Gym rat' Virtually unknown outside the kickboxing ring in his own country, the bleach-blond Nasukawa from Chiba near Tokyo also boasts an unbeaten record.
He is a gym rat so he is going to continue to get better no matter what and no matter how it looks."
Here are four ways professional massage can help you get the most out of your fitness regime whether you're a newbie or a well-trained gym rat. A 2015 study by researchers from Ohio State University and the University of Pittsburgh found that massage 'increases the percentage of regenerating muscle fibers,' especially when done immediately after exercise.
When we started the class, I thought Tabatas would be too easy for a gym rat like me.
But, exercise resistance bands are becoming a workout mainstay, whether you're a "gym rat" or a strength-training neophyte.
Benedetto, a gym rat who frequented multiple local gyms, would eat DeLeo's prepared meals and spread the word to other exercise junkies.
the addition of Fitbit Coach is great for people who don't want to leave their homes to work out and if you're a gym rat, you will finduse for the Ionic's ability to track weights based workouts.
A self-described gym rat, the 28-year-old has spent the last year fine-tuning his skills while also allowing a lingering injury to heal.
"I was a culinary gym rat," Carroll says, "always in the kitchen, always trying to figure out how to make each dish better." At 24, Charles competed in his first Culinary Olympics and came home with a gold medal.