weight room

noun

Definition of weight room 

: a room containing equipment for weight training

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Sea Kings coach Dan O’Shea believes that strength and conditioning coach Tony Thornton gives CdM one of the best weight rooms in Orange County. Andrew Turner, latimes.com, "CdM’s John Humphreys a person of interest for college football recruiters," 12 July 2018 Whether that's the training side, the yoga, the clubs, the tournament, the weight room. Richard Obert, azcentral, "Powerhouse Hoops opens new basketball mecca in Phoenix," 10 July 2018 The Huskies’ new hire is trying to reverse bad habits and promote a competitive culture that starts in the film room, continues in the weight room and spills onto the court, in that order. Chris Brodeur, courant.com, "UConn Insider Podcast: How The Fracture Of Kevin Ollie And His Alma Mater Became A Full-Fledged Feud," 3 July 2018 Isaac and Iwundu have spent their offseasons in Orlando in the weight room and doing on-court drills. Josh Robbins, OrlandoSentinel.com, "Magic converge on Las Vegas for 1st time in 13 years," 2 July 2018 That’s after spending some time in the weight room which has allowed McClendon to add 6 pounds of muscle over last season. Steve Brand, sandiegouniontribune.com, "Monarchs' McClendon gearing up for senior year of football," 28 June 2018 The indoor facility will have four locker rooms and a weight room, in addition to an indoor practice area. Kyle Neddenriep, Indianapolis Star, "Westfield's Grand Park seeks to make Colts 'new bar' for NFL training camps," 13 June 2018 There’s a weight room, a gym, a room with video games and TVs, a big activity space and staff offices where everything from summer camps to senior programs gets planned. Nina Mandell, For The Win, "Kevin Durant inspires next generation of 'rec center kids' with another title," 9 June 2018 This year, with a year of off-season work on the track and in the weight room under his belt, Johnson has a chance for a better showing. Mark Stewart, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Fifth at state in the 100 last year, Milwaukee Washington's Elijah Johnson strives for more," 28 May 2018

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1973, in the meaning defined above

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weight room

noun

English Language Learners Definition of weight room

: a large room where people lift weights and exercise

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