tone up


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tone up

vb
(adverb) to make or become more vigorous, healthy, etc: exercise tones up the muscles.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.tone up - give a healthy elasticity totone up - give a healthy elasticity to; "Let's tone our muscles"
exercise, work out - do physical exercise; "She works out in the gym every day"
Translations

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vt sep muscleskräftigen; person, bodyin Form bringen; cycling keeps you toned upRadfahren hält einen in Form
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If you're looking to tone up -- whether you are aiming to lose, gain or maintain weight -- consider customising your workout routine to address targeted areas that may be highlighted in your style of gown.
"We encourage women who just want to tweak those little areas that won't tone up no matter how many sits ups they do or women who are looking to make a bigger change in their lives through our weight loss programs, whatever the case we want them to feel sexy in their own skin."
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"I challenge anyone to do the ridiculous amount of dancing and exercise we do day in day out and not lose weight and tone up. But I don't like the thin look.
All dresses are from Redcar's Brides & Dreams (bridesand dreams.co.uk) and modelled by Courtney Pain, 20, of Middlesbrough FOR a style such as this Rosi Strella, pounds 325, Rachael suggests the plank to tone up waist and tummy muscles: The Plank ON the floor, take your hands directly under the shoulders, lift your body weight up onto your toes.
With the final wedding preparations being finalised, her personal trainer Gunnar Peterson has revealed to Shape Magazine, exactly what the bride-to-be has been doing to tone up for the event.
"If you aim to tone up your whole body you'll get a better-looking bum, too."