#EngGame: vocabulary related to gym and sports

Who likes going to the gym or doing sports? Well, I have the just for you! Feel free to participate! :-)

The rules are easy:

  1. Guess/ answer the word.
  2. Put the number of the question.
  3. Include the clue if you can.

Here’s an example: A _ _: abdominal muscles, the muscles below one’s chest.

Yes, that’s right! :-D “: Abs?”

So let’s start the game!

QUESTIONS

  1. T _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _: a machine with a moving belt upon which a person can walk, jog, or run.
  2. S _ _ _ _: a type of bath in dry heat to cause perspiration.
  3. A _ _ _ _ _ _ _: cardiovascular exercise that involves sustained movement to stimulate the heart.
  4. O _ _ _ _: very overweight.
  5. Y _ _ _: a type of physical & spiritual exercise that involves positioning the body in various ways.
  6. P _ _ _-_ _: an exercise performed stomach-down on one’s hands & toes that involves pushing oneself up & away from the floor & back again.
  7. A _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _: a chemical substance in the body associated with bursts of speed or strength.
  8. M _ _ _ _ _ _: using the hands to rub the back or other part of the body for pleasure, relaxation, or physical therapy.
  9. S _ _-_ _: abdominal exercise that involves the repeated movement of lying flat on the floor & pulling into a sitting position.
  10. A _ _ _ _ _ _: mental uneasiness, intense worry, fear, or concern.

ANSWERS

  1. Treadmill
  2. Sauna
  3. Aerobics
  4. Obese
  5. Yoga
  6. Push-up
  7. Adrenaline
  8. Massage
  9. Sit-up
  10. Anxiety

Source: Fluent English by Barbara Raifsnider

Compiled and written by @NenoNeno at @EnglishTips4U on November 20, 2014

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