Definition of deconditioned in English:

deconditioned

Line breaks: de|con¦di¦tioned
Pronunciation: /diːk(ə)nˈdɪʃ(ə)nd
 
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adjective

Having lost fitness or muscle tone, especially through lack of exercise: deconditioned muscles
More example sentences
  • These suggested effects, if proved, might confirm the importance of pulmonary rehabilitation programs including exercise training in these deconditioned COPD patients.
  • The challenge for the person with FMS is in the gradual approach to exercise. Doing too much, too soon can hurt deconditioned muscles.
  • The bottom line is that health clubs have not done a good job of bringing the deconditioned population into a fitness facility.

Derivatives

decondition

verb
More example sentences
  • According to Terry Givens, who helped design fitness courses for the United States Air Force Academy, as we age, our tissues decondition.

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