keep-fit class

keep-fit class

n
(General Sporting Terms) an exercise class designed to promote physical fitness
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We were by the pool of the King Solomon's Palace Hotel in Eilat, he the only man among a group of women doing a morning keep-fit class, I sitting under an umbrella reading, resting up during my first visit to Israel.
"I said to the director 'sorry I can't do that, I want to hit him.' William, whose book shares his approach to diet and exercise and how to deal with stress and negative thoughts, attends a weekly keep-fit class, recently took up golf again and has overcome type two diabetes.
It is of his wife, Maggie, at what looks like a keep-fit class (who says this is a modern activity!) She is the blonde
The following morning, author Emma, 48, held a keep-fit class in fancy dress.
A COWARDLY mugger seriously injured an 82-year-old as she made her way to a keep-fit class.
So I just know that if I ever find myself watching a play about a keep-fit class I shall inevitably be casting my mind back to a wonderful get-well card that came my way after my recent hip operation.
Keep-fit class Pushy Mothers has proved so successful that new sessions are being rolled out.
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A THUG who attacked a pensioner on her way to a keep-fit class was jailed for 30 months yesterday.
Founding member Margaret Ainsley, a mum of two, gran-of-seven and great-gran-of-eight, said: "We started off as a keep-fit class of about 30 young mums in January 1960, just meeting up on Friday for something to do.
Q I HATE gyms and the dark nights are making it even harder for me to get motivated to go to a keep-fit class.