Meaning of keep-fit in English:

keep-fit

Pronunciation /kiːpˈfɪt/

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noun

mass nounBritish
  • Regular exercises to improve personal fitness and health.

    ‘a keep-fit class’
    • ‘The Irish course is designed to improve your written and spoken language while in aerobics some keep-fit classes are on the programme.’
    • ‘I find that working out in the gym and keep-fit classes are really boring.’
    • ‘The leisure club should offer a swimming pool, hot spas, steam rooms, luxury changing rooms, fully equipped gyms, dance studios and a range of keep-fit classes.’
    • ‘Sports clubs, council officials and other interested parties are still in discussions about how to provide Ilkley with top class keep-fit facilities.’
    • ‘Although we have both dabbled in keep-fit classes and acquired the requisite Lycra bits and bobs to do so, we were never interested in the clothes as a fashion statement.’
    • ‘Every Wednesday they weigh-in after their keep-fit class and pay 25 pence each time.’
    • ‘We'd be open to links with other facilities such as crèches in Dublin that might want to run a regular keep-fit class.’
    • ‘A hiker, footballer and ladies keep-fit organiser explain how they keep fit and healthy through exercise and sport.’
    • ‘Toddlers are having aerobics classes in a keep-fit programme at schools and nurseries.’
    • ‘Our keep-fit sessions were such fun - we hopped on one leg, somersaulted, balanced and scissored and although you loved to show off your skills, you loved me joining in.’
    • ‘Staff and other keep-fit fanatics presented John with a cake decorated with his membership card and hung balloons on all his favourite gym equipment.’
    • ‘A 100-year-old is shaking off the years by taking part in a keep-fit class for the first time in her life.’
    • ‘Previously the keep-fit fanatic had worked out at a Health Club in Ballynahinch.’
    • ‘They described their son as a keep-fit enthusiast who ran regularly, and cycled to work every day when he was at Barton.’
    • ‘Most of her colleagues think she is simply a keep-fit fanatic.’
    • ‘It also hosts the horticultural society, photographic society, a keep-fit club and a bridge club.’
    • ‘Currently, the village hall has bookings for only the keep-fit group, a private party and a jumble sale.’
    • ‘He was a keen keep-fit enthusiast and had been planning to run classes in the sports complex shortly.’
    • ‘Some members of the Ladies Dart Team from the Castle Inn have decided to get into a keep-fit routine.’
    • ‘These activities are an essential component of the keep-fit regiment which the Chinese follow in order to achieve long life of youthful vigor.’
    physical activity, movement, exertion, effort, work
    work out, do exercises, keep fit, train, drill, engage in physical activity