Fitness vocabulary

Expand your vocabulary and practice
bandage
bandage
bra
bra
expander
expander
gymnastic rings
gymnastic rings
invoice
invoice
location
location
mannequin
mannequin
mat
mat
monitor
monitor
music player
music player
protein
protein
scales
scales
short
short
signboard
signboard
slim
slim
smartwatch
smartwatch
sneaker
sneaker
speed bag
speed bag
sportsman
sportsman
sports woman
sports woman
stopwatch
stopwatch
tank top
tank top
treadmill
treadmill
trellis
trellis
weight
weight
work-out
work-out

Fitness exercise (Multiple choice)

1.
sneaker

2.
short

3.
gymnastic rings

4.
treadmill

5.
bandage

Fitness exercise

1.
slim

2.
short

3.
location

4.
sportsman

5.
invoice

6.
stopwatch

7.
trellis

8.
treadmill

9.
speed bag

10.
scales

11.
protein

12.
smartwatch

Information or Use Cases (Usage examples)

Karen: Excuse me. Does this hotel have a fitness facility?

The hotel staff: Yes, we try to accommodate all needs of our patrons, including fitness.

Karen: What are the equipments provided?

The hotel staff: Many equipments such as treadmill with the monitor, trellis, gmnastic rings, expander,mat, and so on. There is stopwatch and scales too.

Karen: Where is the fitness’ location?

The hotel staff: The gym is just below the lobby. Take the elevator or the stairs. You can't miss it. Moreover, there is a signboard and mannequin wearing bra there.

Karen: Is there an additional surcharge for the gym or any invoice?

The hotel staff: No, the gym is free to guests. You Take your room key, however, so you can get in.

Karen: What time is the gym open, and what time does it close?

The hotel staff: The gym is open seven days a week, twenty-four hours a day.

Karen: Do you offer trainer services along with the gym?

The hotel staff: Unfortunately, no. If you want a trainer, you'll have to use another gym.

Karen: Okay, I will wear my tanktop, sneakers, and smartwatch first. Thanks for the information.

The hotel staff: My pleasure!

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