Did you maybe mean gym?
- n. Plural form of gym.
“Hula hoop classes are popping up in gyms across North America, Europe, Japan and Australia.”
“Probably not by demanding that they exercise more - indeed, we could probably easily plot the increase in gyms, fitness clubs, joggers, and sales of home exercise equipment vs. the increase in obesity and get a straight line that leaps right off the top of our chart.”
“But one part of the movement, known as "white-collar boxing," is enjoyed by thousands in gyms across the globe and has its own association.”
“Or swimming pool (there are plenty of private pools in gyms)?”
“Medicine ball: A weighted ballcommonly found in gyms and rehab centers that was once used by Persian and Greek wrestlers thousands of years ago, when they were just sewn animal skins filled with sand.”
“Western men are used to showering together in gyms and schools.”
“These hours are necessary because there is a segment of the Harvard female population that is not found in gyms not because they don't want to work out, but because for them working out in a co-ed gym is uncomfortable, awkward or problematic in some way," she said.”
“He is considered basketball royalty in gyms in New York City and its surrounding areas.”
“Rivals. com spent the spring in gyms across the country.”
“In order to promote dancing classes, schemes of dances were placed in gyms, saying: Learn dancing faster.”
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