Definición de go for the burn en Inglés

go for the burn

locución

coloquial
  • Push one's body to extremes when doing physical exercise.

    ‘Her passion for junk food and her loathing of most forms of go for the burn exercise was what gave her the body of an elephant, and Mia a body to die for!’
    • ‘It's not only unnecessary to go for the burn, it's unwise; too-vigorous exercise raises the risk of stopping altogether.’
    • ‘I like going for the burn and feeling like I've had a good old workout.’
    • ‘Once you've made a full recovery, go for the burn with fat-blasting ab crunches and leg-sculpting lunges.’
    • ‘If you're more energetic, go for the burn in a state-of-the-art gymnasium or on one of the three indoor tennis courts.’
    • ‘Sweating rows of people working out, pumping iron, frantically cycling on static bikes going nowhere - all of them looked tense and stressed as they aimed to fulfil the axiom ‘no pain no gain’ by ‘going for the burn’.’
    • ‘Yoga is not about ‘going for the burn,’ experts agree.’
    • ‘Beginners should wait longer, but more-advanced gymgoers should go for the burn, waiting only 30 seconds between sets.’
    • ‘Houston will generally do a drop set (cutting back on the weight) of 12 more reps at the end to go for the burn.’
    • ‘When it comes alleviating depression, it's not at all necessary to go for the burn.’