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Synonyms for heavyweight

Synonyms for heavyweight

an amateur boxer who weighs no more than 201 pounds

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a wrestler who weighs more than 214 pounds

a professional boxer who weighs more than 190 pounds

a very large person

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a person of exceptional importance and reputation

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It is better to avoid lifting heavy weights for at least a month after surgery.
While 120/80 is considered to be normal blood pressure, lifting heavy weights can cause blood pressure to jump to 400/200.
Some athletes will be able to lift heavy weights, but not be able to play football.
Laser light will pass up and down the pipes, bouncing between pairs of mirrors attached to heavy weights.
To go head-to-head with true industry heavy weights and perform so well is very gratifying.
Banking sector trimmed more than 200 points, as heavy weights Al-Rajhi Bank, Samba Financial Group and SABB dipped by 2.
But that doesn't mean you have to lift heavy weights.
For developing power, we recommend the use of heavy weights for the given rep ranges (e.
Mexico and Russia appear the most vulnerable to asset price contagion, given their heavy weights in emerging market fixed income portfolios.
Heavy weights closed the day in the negative territory except Kingdom Holding Co.
Without male testosterone levels, women can only build big muscles by spending hours and hours at the gym lifting very heavy weights, eating supplement-filled diets and taking steroids, he said.
It doesn't make sense to have your athletes perform an exercise during the off-season with heavy weights and then eliminate that same exercise during the season or use weights that are too light to be effective.
Says Lian: "When you're working with heavy weights it doesn't help balance, co-ordination or speed.
The Irvine office includes some industry heavy weights formerly with Phoenix Technologies Ltd.
Certain industries are exposing their child workers to pesticide poisoning, lung diseases or even crippling their growing bodies by forcing them to carry heavy weights.