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  • n. Plural form of gymgoer.


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  • Experts suggest would-be gymgoers check with their insurer before signing up, since some memberships are covered.

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  • But you can lower your risk of catching other gymgoers 'germs — and with them the risk of catching a cold, athlete's foot, or even the potentially deadly staph infection methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (or MRSA).

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  • Funny, but mass unemployment hasn't upped the number of afternoon gymgoers here in Lancaster, and those jobseekers really ought to be here since working out would give them a sense of empowerment that would help their job searches.

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  • Like all gymgoers, their eyes are riveted to the walls of mirrors and their flesh and their Lycra skins of coy, calculated skimpiness.

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  • "I would say 80 percent of gymgoers do this exercise wrong," said Brad Schoenfeld, a lecturer in the exercise science department at Lehman College part of the City University of New York and an author of the study.

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  • For gymgoers looking to build strength and fill out their T-shirts, poor form or technique can turn shoulder workouts into a fast track to physical therapy.

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  • "Most people - especially gymgoers - make their workouts all in the middle," he said. Front Page

  • It is also trying to price competitively with standard equipment so more gyms - and gymgoers - will make the switch. Top Stories

  • D. in epidemiology, cautioned that subway riders, gymgoers and others who come into contact with many strangers should consider soaping up.

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  • Reebok will have gymgoers literally hanging from the rafters this week, as it debuts its Jukari Fit to Fly workout at the Equinox gym in New York's Union Square.

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