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Definition of Limberize



  • A phrase coined by a Brooklyn fitness instructor; the act of making muscles feel that they are warmed up, move with ease, and are flexible.

    After the dynamic kickboxing class, the students' muscles felt limberized.

    Last edited on Apr 01 2024. Submitted by JGT on Apr 01 2024.

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