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Noun
/ˈwərkˌout/,
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workouts, plural;
  1. A session of vigorous physical exercise or training


  1. exercise: the activity of exerting your muscles in various ways to keep fit; "the doctor recommended regular exercise"; "he did some exercising"; "the physical exertion required by his work kept him fit"
  2. Physical exercise is any bodily activity that enhances or maintains physical fitness and overall health or wellness. It is performed for various reasons. These include strengthening muscles and the cardiovascular system, honing athletic skills, weight loss or maintenance and for enjoyment. ...
  3. Workout is an album by jazz tenor saxophonist Hank Mobley released on the Blue Note label in 1961. It features performances by Mobley, Wynton Kelly, Paul Chambers, Grant Green and Philly Joe Jones. ...
  4. Debt restructuring is a process that allows a private and public company – or a sovereign entity – facing cash flow problems and financial distress, to reduce and renegotiate its delinquent debts in order to improve or restore liquidity and rehabilitate so that it can continue its operations.
  5. "Workout" is the second single from RuPaul's album Red Hot. The song is a dance/house song about feeling liberated while dancing. The expression "work out" is (not exclusively) gay slang for expressing one's self exuberantly; it is similar to RuPaul's coined phrase "You better work!". ...
  6. An exercise session; a period of physical exercise; A schedule or program of specific exercises, especially one intended to achieve a particular goal; Any activity that requires much physical or mental effort, or produces strain
  7. (Workouts) Attempts to resolve a problematic situation, such as a bad loan.
  8. (workouts) The various ways to offset a foreclosure; payment moratoriums, waivers, adjustments.
  9. (WORKOUTS) Can you keep up with Matthew Pinsent?
  10. (Workouts) A horse’s training runs. These range anywhere from three furlongs on up.
  11. (Workouts) are non-bankruptcy agreements between debtors and creditors in which the creditors agree to take less money than the full amount owed or accept payments over a longer period of time than originally anticipated. ...
  12. The plan by which a financially distressed company, not in bankruptcy, seeks to rehabilitate itself.
  13. Exercise session at a predetermined distance.
  14. In real estate refers to modifying or changing the terms of a loan to get a delinquent borrower making regular payments. See Loan Modification.
  15. Informal repayment or loan forgiveness arrangement between a borrower and creditors.
  16. Also called a “restructure”, a work out is an alternative action to foreclosure that is beneficial to both lender and borrower. Work out options include loan modifications, short sales and various forms of forbearance.
  17. Process in which borrower comes to mutually acceptable financial arrangement with lender to avoid impending foreclosure.
  18. A mutual agreement with a borrower who is experiencing an involuntary but temporary financial setback to bring a mortgage loan current.
  19. A type of mortgage where basic terms such as interest rate, term, and monthly payment are altered to prevent foreclosure. This is not a typical practice in Canada.
  20. A workout can be a variety of negotiated agreements you might arrange with creditors to address a debt that you are having trouble paying. Most commonly, a workout is devised between a mortgagee, and mortgagor to restructure or modify a loan to avoid foreclosure.
  21. An arrangement , outside of bankruptcy, by a debtor and its creditors for payment or re-scheduling of payment of the debtor's obligations.  Usually applies to an informal agreement between a business and its creditors, although it can be a formal agreement and it can apply to consumer debtors also.
  22. the noun; the sum total of one’s time, collection of exercises performed and the energy burned on the gym floor, be it at the local gym or in your garage.
  23. In commercial real estate loans, the process of adjusting loan repayment because of borrower's financial difficulties.
  24. A grouping of one ore more sets and or exercises performed to increase physical health. For example, ten pushups could be a workout. Also 3 sets of 10 pushups could be a workout. Also 10 minutes of running could be a workout.
  25. A bodybuilding or weight-training session.