- v. Simple past tense and past participle of decondition.
“Two of the most frequent causes for the heart racing are just not drinking enough fluid on a regular basis, or being deconditioned (out of good physical shape).”
“Death at any time is too soon and early death due to a deconditioned lifestyle immediately disqualifies you from any benefits you look forward to at the end of it all, whether it's finally getting your IRA benefits, retiring to the Bahamas or seeing peace in the Middle East although we may have to live a few lifetime lengths to get to see that one.”
“He remains in the hospital because he is deconditioned; after so long lying sedated in bed, he is not able to walk.”
“The boy is conditioned, then deconditioned, and he foresees with glee a resumption of the operation of free and violent will.”
“This may explain some of the perceived strength benefits attained when a deconditioned individual starts a yoga program.”
“The original training had been nanetically and neurally conditioned, and I'd never been deconditioned.”
“So as the heart wrings the blood out, it will start to beat faster if it's deconditioned.”
“In a disease like this where we have motor weakness, sensory loss, impaired mobility, it's very quick and very easy that people become deconditioned.”
“The quicker you become and the more deconditioned you become, the more difficult it is to exercise the more function that one loses.”
“At the time of arrival here, he was barely able to sit up right at the edge of the bed, having become so significantly deconditioned and weakened by his stay in the critical care units.”
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