Let’s learn some fitness vocabulary. Here are some words you may use when speaking of your home fitness exercises or when going to the gym.
Here are two ways to say workout in Irish: babhta traenála /bow-ta tray-naw-la/ and dreas traenála /drass tray-naw-la/.
Push-up/press-up – brú aníos /broo ah-nee-us/
He did twenty push-ups. – Rinné sé fiche brú aníos. /rin-eh shay fe-ha broo ah-nee-us/
Pull-up – tarraingt suas /tar-ingtch soo-os/
He did twenty pull-ups. – Rinne sé fiche tarraingt suas. /rin-eh shay fe-ha tar-ingtch soo-os/
Stretch – síneadh /she-na/
To do Stretches – tú féin a shíneadh (to stretch yourself) /too hayn ah hee-na/
Crunch/sit up – suí aniar /see ah-nee-or/
How many crunches/sit ups can you do? – Cé mhéad suí aniar gur féidir leat a dhéanamh? /Kay vayd see ah-nee-or gur fay-jer lyat ah yayn-na/
Squat – gróigeadh /grow-ig-a/
They did thirty squats. – Rinne siad tríocha gróigeadh. /rin-eh she-ed tree-ukh-a grow-ig-a/
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