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Good collocations for IELTS writing - Topic 1: Sport & exercise

Good collocations for IELTS writing - Topic 1: Sport & exercise

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to get into shape
to become fit
to keep fit
to stay in good physical condition
to exert oneself
to make a big physical effort to do something
to work out at the gym
to train the body by physical exercise at the gym
to be out of condition
to be physically unfit
to be in the peak of condition
to be in the best possible physical condition
to take gentle exercise
to do exercise which is not physically demanding or tiring
alternative forms of exercise
taking exercise in less common ways, involving the mind as well as the body
to outlaw dangerous sports
to ban or prohibit sports which have a high risk of causing injury
on safety grounds
for reasons of safety
a high/low probability of injury
to be very likely/not very likely to be injured
life-threatening injuries
injuries which are so serious that the person may die
an extreme sport
a sporting activity which is very dangerous
essential sports gear
the equipment and clothing needed to practice a particular sport
to take sensible precautions
to do something in advance in order to prevent problems or to avoid danger
to foster a competitive spirit
encourage the desire to beat others in a sports event
the Olympic ideal
the ultimate goal is not to win but to know that you have taken part and done your best in a competition
a win-at-all-costs attitude
an idea that a match or competition must be won, using all possible means
be disqualified from participating
not to be allowed to join a competition
performance-enhancing drugs
drugs which improve the ability of a sportsperson to compete
to fail a drugs test
to fail an examination before or after a competition to make sure that you have not taken illegal drugs to improve your performance have not taken illegal drugs to improve your performance
to use illegal substances
to use drugs or medicines which are not allowed under the rules of a competition
to place too much value on sport
to regard sport as too important
to set a record
to achieve the best result ever achieved in a sport
sports coverage
the activity of reporting news related to sport
sports commentators
people who are experts on sport and talk or write about it in the media
sports merchandising
the activity of selling products connected with a sport or sportsperson
the endorsement of sporting goods
an advertising statement, usually by a famous sportsperson, saying that they use or like a particular product