Examples of workout in a Sentence
The team had a good workout at practice today.
Her workout includes running on the treadmill and lifting weights.
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Here's what Oprea suggests for a quick legs workout: Do the first lunge variation for 20 seconds, then rest 10 seconds.
And to prove it, the former Bull rushed off for a pregame workout.
Rose started his workout by riding the stationary bike in the corner of the practice facility while his other teammates got in their pregame work.
To test the energy extended and time spent crawling, lead author Sarah Milton collected 150 loggerhead and green sea turtle hatchlings from nests in Palm Beach County — which were safely released following their workout.
The second of two graduation ceremonies was finishing up next door in Coleman Coliseum as the Crimson Tide went through its second workout of December.
Decline push ups: Give the traditional push up an extra boost by elevating your feet on a bench or chair for a super upper-body workout.
To slim down your body and reset your mind, lace up your sneakers for a heart-pumping workout.
Freeney met with the Seahawks for workout on Tuesday.
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Definition of work out
- work out your own salvation
- —Philemon 2:12 (King James Version)
- after many years of wrangling, worked out a definite agreement
- —A. A. Butkus
- the final situation is not worked out with psychological profundity
- —Leslie Rees
- how this will actually work out I don't know
- —Milton Kotler
- works out regularly at the gym
Examples of work out in a Sentence
by putting our heads together, we were able to work out the problem
worked out a compromise between the warring factions
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Darvynn Sosa, 19, a freshman at Hostos Community College in New York City used to watch couples on YouTube that filmed themselves pursuing their goals together: working out, buying a car and even building a home.
CrossFit is a different story, a more recent undertaking by Susan and C.J. that involves waking at 4 a.m. to drive from Glastonbury to Simsbury to work out at 6 a.m., Monday through Friday.
Orioles closer Zach Britton will be out at least the next six months with a ruptured Achilles suffered while working out Tuesday in California.
If the researchers can work out those kinks, fiber optics could offer a solution to the many challenges of earthquake monitoring.
For instance, the tax bill’s chances of passing have risen on the binary options prediction market PredictIt over the past month (with a big spike in the past week as the House and Senate worked out their differences).
House and Senate Republicans released the final text of their legislative agreement on taxes on Friday, after negotiators from both chambers worked out the differences between their two bills.
Nobody shows up when the guys are in Hinkle Fieldhouse, working out on their own.
But with the cost arrangement now worked out, the city has deeded the property over to the Park District and work on developing the park will begin in the spring.
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work out Synonyms
Synonymsanswer, break, crack, dope (out), figure out, puzzle (out), resolve, riddle (out), unravel, unriddle, work, solve
Antonymsbomb, collapse, fail, flop, flunk, fold, founder, miss, strike out, wash out
Related Wordsconclude, decide, deduce, gather, infer, judge, reason; clear (up), iron out, straighten (out), unscramble, untangle, untie; assume, conjecture, divine, guess, presume, speculate; decipher, decode
Near Antonymsdemolish, destroy, dismantle, raze, tear down; ruin, undo, unmake, wreck
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