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|English to Spanish translations [PRO]|
General / Conversation / Greetings / Letters / chiropractic brochure (Spanish in U.S).
|English term or phrase: fitness (in this context)|
|This is for the cover of a brochure called "What Is Chiropractic?" The first heading is "How Can It Help?" and is followed by a series of images, each with a one word description: Pregnancy...Families...Headaches...Retirees...Babies...Athletes...Dancers...*Fitness*...Illness|
Under the word "Fitness" there is a picture of a man exercising (doing a bicep curl with a dumbell).
I've found several options in dictionaries and kudoz glossaries, but I'm not sure which is best for my context. The ideal solution would be one word, but two would be the absolute maximum.
Thanks in advance!
I know you wanted one word, but just "forma" would mean "shape". You could do without "física" in longer sentences like "mantenerse en forma". Unfortunately, not in this one. I would definitely go for "forma física".
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|Thanks to Javier and everyone for their help, this was a tough one! I couldn't find a 1 or 2 word term I liked in this context, so I opted for your longer version, Javier. Thanks again! -Heather|
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