pick ups

13:07 Dec 27, 2008
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English to Japanese translations [PRO]
Sports / Fitness / Recreation
English term or phrase: pick ups
This is part of an interview with a frisbee player. He is talking about the training and says:

"The first day is for the conditioning part just running, sprinting, jumping, plyotes (?), end drills, and the rest of days are pick ups. "

What does "pick ups" mean when you're talking about training? Any help would be much appreciated.

Thanks
Yo Mizuno
Japan
Local time: 03:23


Summary of answers provided
2練習メニュ-から随意選択
bigcat
1 +1ピックアップゲーム
cinefil
Summary of reference entries provided
plyotes (?)
sumirec

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ピックアップゲーム


Explanation:
http://www.expertvillage.com/video/43150_ultimate-frisbee-pi...

cinefil
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Local time: 03:23
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agree  Kara ph.D.: Yes, "pick ups" = "pick-up games".
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5 hrs   confidence: Answerer confidence 2/5Answerer confidence 2/5
練習メニュ-から随意選択


Explanation:
pick ups は「採用・選択」と考えてはいかがでしょうか。

一日目は、調整のための組織的な練習メニューに従ってトレ-ニングを行い、二日目以降は、その時その日の状況に合わせて、適宜いろいろな練習をとりあげながら必要なトレ-ニングを行う、という意味に解釈してこの日本語訳をつけてみました。

別件ですが、plyotes(?)はpilates(ピラティス)のことではないでしょうか。

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5 hrs
Reference: plyotes (?)

Reference information:
This is probably pilates, ピラティス。

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