ex·​er·​cis·​er | \ ˈek-sər-ˌsī-zər How to pronounce exerciser (audio) \

Definition of exerciser

1 : one that exercises
2 : an apparatus for use in physical exercise

Examples of exerciser in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The random exerciser/psychopath, the overprepared underexerter, the dog abuser, and more. Teresa Burns Parkhurst, The New Yorker, "Symptoms of Impeachment Fever," 3 Nov. 2019 Like other in-home workout devices that have jump-started a movement, Mirror streams a variety of original on-demand and live classes taken by an unseen community of fellow exercisers and led by eight motivational trainers. Los Angeles Times, "Mirror, Mirror on the wall, can I lose 10 pounds this fall?," 17 Oct. 2019 Fitness trackers Fitness trackers are an easy way for exercisers to monitor their physical activity. Elizabeth Lawrence, USA TODAY, "Vaping, juice cleanses, fitness trackers: Some 'healthy' trends are riskier than you think," 4 July 2019 Avid exercisers will also tell you that muscle weighs more than fat, but the Mi Fit app seemed mostly focused on thinness as signified by an icon of a female figure slimming down in an overview of my weekly steps. Natt Garun, The Verge, "The $40 Mi Band 4 is a nice fitness tracker — if you’re already healthy," 23 July 2019 These studies have not focused on novice and perhaps reluctant exercisers trying their first H.I.I.T. sessions, though. Gretchen Reynolds, New York Times, "How Music Can Rev Up a High-Intensity Workout," 10 July 2019 The thing is, kettlebells aren't just for super advanced exercisers. Amy Marturana, SELF, "10-Minute Total-Body Kettlebell Workout," 19 Apr. 2019 Stretching and other recovery classes may also be a good choice for devoted exercisers who have a hard time penciling in rest days. Jenny Mccoy, SELF, "What Is a Stretch Studio? Here’s What You Need to Know About This Growing Fitness Trend," 24 Feb. 2019 For most exercisers, Jazzercise is synonymous with leotards, leg warmers, and plenty of jazz hands. Fox News, "#ThrowbackThursday workout: How to do Jazzercise at home," 20 Apr. 2017

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First Known Use of exerciser

1552, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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22 Nov 2019

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“Exerciser.” The Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster Inc., https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/exerciser. Accessed 16 December 2019.

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ex·​er·​cis·​er | \ ˈek-sər-ˌsī-zər How to pronounce exerciser (audio) \

Medical Definition of exerciser

1 : one that exercises
2 : an apparatus for use in physical exercise

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