Another word for exercise
Action, undertaken for training
practice, exertion, drill, activity, workout, training, gymnastics, sports, jogging, running, walking, calisthenics, aerobics, isometrics, yoga, warmup, conditioning, bodybuilding, weight lifting, constitutional, daily dozen*.
The means by which training is promoted
To move the body
train, work out, stretch, bend, pull, hike, jog, run, walk, promote muscle tone, labor, strain, move briskly, exert, discipline, drill, execute, do exercises, perform exercises, practice, warm up, limber up, loosen up, maneuver, lift weights, get in trim*, pump iron*, take a constitutional*, do one's daily dozen*; see also train 3.
Another word for exercisenoun
The act of putting into play:application, employment, exertion, implementation, operation, play, usage, use, utilization. See used
Energetic physical action:activity, exertion. See action
Repetition of an action so as to develop or maintain one's skill:drill, practice, rehearsal, study, training. See work
To put into action or use:actuate, apply, employ, exploit, implement, practice, use, utilize. Idioms: avail oneself of, bring into play, bring to bear, make use of, put into practice, put to use. See used
To bring to bear steadily or forcefully:exert, ply2, put out, throw, wield. See cause
To subject to or engage in forms of exertion in order to train, strengthen, or condition:drill, practice, train, work out. See work
To carry out the functions, requirements, or terms of:discharge, do, execute, fulfill, implement, keep, perform. Idiom: live up to. See do