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Vingrojums

EtymologyEdit

From vingrot (past stem: vingroj-) (to exercise (intr.)) +‎ -ums.

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NounEdit

vingrojums m (1st declension)

  1. exercise (activitiess or movements performed to acquire physical skills or to strengthen the body, improve health, etc.)
    rīta vingrojumimorning exercises
    elpošanas vingrojumibreathing exercises
    ārstnieciskie vingrojumimedicinal, therapeutic exercises
    līdzsvara vingrojumibalance exercises (to improve one's balance)
    spēka vingrojumi (= vingrinājumi)strength exercises (to improving one's physical strength)
    pēc sasprindzināta garīgā darba vislabāko atpūtu sagādās fiziski vingrojumiafter stressful mental work, physical exercise provides the best relaxation
    man paveicās vingrojumi uz trapecesI was lucky with the trapeze exercises
    “uzmanību, uzmanību!” vingrošanas intruktors sauca ruporā: “ieņemiet izejas stāvokli; sākam vingrojumu: viens, divi, trīs, četri...”“attention! attention!” the fitness instructor said on the megaphone: “take your initial positions; we are beginning the exercise: one, two, three, four...”

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