Definition of 'fitter'
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Anyone who is looking to get a bit fitter can jump in for free. The Sun (2016)It will come as no surprise that there is no miraculous shortcut to losing weight or getting fitter. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Players will keep getting fitter, he says. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This style of training is proven to get you fitter faster than training at one pace. The Sun (2013)You can inspire a family to get fitter together. The Sun (2008)Seeing a friend looking much fitter will inspire you to make the switch to a healthier lifestyle. The Sun (2009)He is in very good form and he should be a lot fitter after his first run. The Sun (2014) Getting fitter can boost your metabolism and help you burn off the calories. The Sun (2014)This makes you a natural leader at work or when friends decide to get fitter together. The Sun (2009)And fighters are so much fitter now. The Sun (2010)Companies throughout the world are trying to get their staff fitter. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Seeing a friend looking much fitter encourages you to make a switch to a healthier lifestyle. The Sun (2009)As you get fitter you will need to run for longer up more stairs to feel this. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It was the woman who worked in the clothes shop next door to where he worked as a carpet fitter. The Sun (2014)But a friend who is looking much fitter will inspire you to make a change to a healthy way of eating. The Sun (2007)What would make her get fitter? Times, Sunday Times (2008)The players are now much, much fitter and technically they are better. The Sun (2009)Then you get your Polish fitter to install it. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I feel a lot fitter and can lift heavier weights. Times, Sunday Times (2011)I certainly feel a lot fitter. The Sun (2007)THE window fitter claims he has not shared a house for 20 years. The Sun (2009)Jupiter puts friendships at the centre of your day and when you take on the challenge of getting fitter together, you make it happen. The Sun (2014)He said: 'I was a window fitter. The Sun (2013)We're going into games a lot sharper, a lot fitter. Times, Sunday Times (2009)She added: 'I need to get a lot fitter. The Sun (2008)I'm a 28-year-old carpet fitter. The Sun (2010)
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