admit v.to agree that something is true
She admitted that she had made a mistake.
enthusiastic a.showing intense and eager enjoyment or interest
You don't seem very enthusiastic about the party - don't you want to go tonight?
be into v.be interested in or involved with
She's really into yoga.
exhausting a.making you feel extremely tired
The pace of twelve-hour days, seven days a week proved exhausting.
fascinated a.strongly attracted and interested
They were absolutely fascinated by the game.
end up v.to come to a place or condition
After two weeks of traveling around Europe, we ended up in Paris.
fatigue n.extreme tiredness
He was nearly dead with fatigue.
indulge v.allow oneself to enjoy the pleasure of something
My aunt indulges the children dreadfully.
exquisite a.extremely beautiful; pleasant
Look at this exquisite painting.
undergo v.to experience something that is unpleasant or has a strong effect
He recently underwent heart bypass surgery.
equipment n.the necessary items for a particular purpose
She doesn't have the physical equipment to do it.
relieve v.to make an unpleasant feeling, such as pain or worry, less strong
Meditation can relieve stress.
spectacular a.beautiful; eye-catching
The results have been spectacular.
massive a.very big; huge
They have a massive house.
moss n.a very small, green or yellow plant that grows especially on wet earth
The rocks near the river were covered with moss.
packed a.very full of people
The streets were packed with men, women and children.
breathtaking a.extremely exciting, beautiful; spectacular
The view from the top of the mountain is breathtaking.
underestimate v.estimated to be less important than it actually is
Never underestimate what you can learn from a group of like-minded people.
improve v.make or become better
The weather is beginning to improve.
cardiovascular a.relating to the heart and blood vessels
Smoking places you at serious risk of cardiovascular and respiratory disease.
variety n.many different types of things or people
She does a variety of fitness activities.
warm up v.to prepare yourself for a physical activity by doing some gentle exercises and stretches
If you don't warm up before exercising, you risk injuring yourself.
gymnasium n.a building or room designed and equipped for various sports, physical training, and exercise
We slept that night on the floor of the gymnasium.
pace n.the speed at which someone moves
Could you slow down - I can't keep pace with you.
rill n.a small stream
The area is dotted with rills and rivers.
endurance n.a small stream
she was close to the limit of her endurance.
treadmill n.a machine for exercising on which you run or walk on a strip that moves back, so that you must move at the same speed as the strip
She works out on a treadmill.
lap n.one circuit of a track or racetrack
Each lap of the track is 400 meters.
fairly adv.more than average, but less than very
I'm fairly sure that this is the right address.
intrigue v.to interest someone, often because of an unusual or unexpected quality
I was intrigued by his slow, deliberate way of talking and the serious look in his eyes.
prestigious a.very much respected and admired, usually because of being important or of high quality
It's one of the best equipped and most prestigious schools in the country.
dash v.to go somewhere quickly
Sit down for a minute - you've been dashing around all day.
sprinter n.an athlete who races over short distances
He's a faster sprinter than me.
jog n.a run that you do at a slow, regular speed, especially as a form of exercise
I haven't done much exercise all week, so I think I'll go for a jog this morning.
keep fit v.to exercise for physical fitness
I keep fit by kickboxing every week.