Reading and Use of English Part 3 f

Part 3

For questions 17-24, read the text below. Use the word given in capitals at the end of some of the lines to form a word that fits in the gap in the same line.

LIIT – new form of training programme

LIIT means a circuit of similar primal (17) … but slowed down and with generous rest times – about two minutes – in between. A LIIT circuit could include squats, hip thrusters and lateral raises – all performed slowly, (18) …and with a focus on form. You’ll break a sweat but you shouldn’t be panting.

LITT is a  (19) … important part of your routine for fat-burning as part of a full training programme. Those accustomed to high-velocity sessions might find the change in  (20) … disorienting but that’s the point. If you work out regularly a LIIT session should be a breeze, but that’s the idea. It helps the body to get used to the workout programme and movements, without taking a week off completely. When you get into next week at full force, you won’t have the (21) …or stiffness – you’re prepped, primed and ready to go.

(22) …stress on the body while remaining active is important for work-hard, live-hard (23) … . It’s especially important if you have a stressful job or lifestyle. You need to take some time to reduce stress loan on the body. Moreover, it’s easy to incorporate LIIT into your life (24) … .

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17) MOVE

18) STEADY

19) HUGE

20) INTENSIVE

21) SORE

22) REDUCE

23) LONDON

24) THINK

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Q17. MOVEMENTS

Q18. STEADILY

Q19. HUGELY

Q20. INTENSITY

Q21. SORENESS

Q22. REDUCING

Q23. LONDONERS

Q24. UNTHINKINGLY