with respect to the gymnasia (ancient Greek schools).
related to athletic exercises meant for health, defense, or diversion; -- initially stated of games or exercises, as operating, leaping, wrestling, tossing the discus, the javelin, etc.; in our contemporary world much more specifically applied to sports exercises demonstrating stability and agility, particularly tumbling, somersaulting, and physical maneuvers done on special gear such as for instance parallel taverns or a balance ray
regarding disciplinary exercises for the intellect.
of or relating to or utilized in exercises designed to develop strength and agility