calisthenic

adjective
cal·is·then·ic | \ ˌka-ləs-ˈthe-nik \

Definition of calisthenic 

: of or relating to calisthenics

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Correa went through agility drills and calisthenic exercises — moving laterally, starting and stopping and backpedaling — for about 10 minutes before retreating into the clubhouse. Chandler Rome, Houston Chronicle, "Astros' Carlos Correa headed to DL with back stiffness," 28 June 2018 The Wilcox home has more practical objects: croquet mallets, calisthenic machines, maps. Sophie Gilbert, The Atlantic, "Howards End Is a Lavish Portrait of Cultural Division," 8 Apr. 2018

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1826, in the meaning defined above

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calisthenic

adjective
cal·is·then·ic
variants: or British callisthenic \ˌkal-əs-ˈthen-ik \

Medical Definition of calisthenic 

: of or relating to calisthenics

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