Definition of Athletic training

1. Noun. The course of practice and exercise and diet undertaken by an athlete.

Specialized synonyms: Fartlek
Generic synonyms: Grooming, Preparation, Training



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Athletic Training

athlete's heart
athletes
athletic
athletic competition
athletic contest
athletic facility
athletic field
athletic game
athletic heart
athletic injuries
athletic protector
athletic protectors
athletic sock
athletic supporters
athletic training (current term)
athletic type
athletic wear
athletically
athleticism
athleticisms
athletick
athletics
athleticwear
athletism
athodyd
athodyds
athrepsia
athrill
athrob

Literary usage of Athletic training

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Personal Hygiene and Physical Training for Women by Anna Mary Galbraith (1916)
"... the Gymnasium in the Campaign against Disease; Gymnastic versus Athletic Training; Exercise after Eating; Effect of Brain Fatigue on Body Fatigue, ..."

2. Diet in Health and Disease by Julius Friedenwald, John Ruhräh (1919)
"DIET DURING athletic training The course of diet and exercise which athletes, both amateur and professional, undergo to fit them physically for games, ..."

3. Palmer's Index to "The Times" NewspaperTimes (London, England) (1905)
"... on athletic training, \6 olJ - at Bristol, 3 •/ \4J - at Killing. !:• я 14 14 a - at Crieff. 29 did — in Glasgow. l"i о 10 1 - on Labour Politic*. ..."

4. Education Through Recreation by George Ellsworth Johnson (1916)
"athletic training IN HIGH AND ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS Athletics constitutes a regular division of the course in physical training for high school boys. ..."

5. Outlines of Child Study: A Text Book for Parent-teacher Associations by William Arch McKeever (1915)
"Much should be offered at the meeting to inculcate a more favorable sentiment toward a moderate amount of athletic training for girls. c. ..."

6. An American at Oxford by John Corbin (1902)
"APPENDIX I. athletic training IN ENGLAND TN one or two particulars it seemed to me that we might -^ learn from the English methods of training. ..."

7. Publication by Cleveland Foundation Survey Committee, National Child Labor Committee (U.S.) (1916)
"athletic training IN HIGH AND ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS Athletics constitutes a regular division of the course in physical training for high school boys. ..."

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