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Synonyms for athleticism

intense energy


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There is fitness but there is also an innate athleticism and I think it is that which Dublin have currently in their squad - a phenomenal athleticism around the field.
Film projections presented a subtle yet evocative backdrop for the Olympian athleticism and flexibility of the dancers.
The sport combines athleticism and remarkable finesse.
One big factor that the Cowboys would lose from a Bryant imprisonment or suspension would be speed and athleticism.
Perhaps the most interesting chapter is devoted to Lewis Carroll whose experimental works of fantasy inevitably drew up a fascinating contest in his best-known fiction between his well-documented athleticism and his escape-into a wonderworld conceived entirely by the mind.
The girth is still there, the athleticism isn't, which merely leaves a fat person.
Unlike most other spectator sports, only those who have tried to play the game can really appreciate the athleticism and mental tenacity required to succeed.
It's hip-hop meets tribal, athleticism meets artistry.
I'm impressed with their athleticism and talent, and especially with the way they support each other.
FAME World Events, the competition and exposition division of WNSO, is a milestone in the worldwide fitness scene with its commitment to athleticism and drive to move natural fitness events to the global forefront.
This gave our athletes a constant flux of exercises and challenges within their programs, decreased boredom, and improved on the levels of athleticism we originally sought to achieve.
And let's just hope that subtle artistry can survive alongside athleticism.
The hijackers had had all the weapons, but those four passengers had their special kind of armory -- heart, intelligence, athleticism, a take-charge mentality, and unbelievable guts.
The first thing to be said is that, like Clark's other work, they overflow with the rowdy athleticism and sexuality of boys doing boy things, sometimes alone, but more often within arm's length of other guys - the spunk Clark manages to release into all his shots despite photography's stillness and inviolable silence - in other words, exactly what made Kids a meditation both on masculinity's speed (the wildness of boys in motion) and on what only movies (as opposed to photography) can do.