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    Drill for exercise

    When I watch any videos or read any books in English I often read or heard the term drill for exercise, such as push up drill, squat drill and, so forth. Well, I would like to know if drill in that context means the same as exercise?

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    Re: Drill for exercise

    hi,
    Please note I'm not a teacher nor a native speaker.

    Yes you are right.
    That also implies many repetitions.
    Cheers,

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    Re: Drill for exercise

    That's nice, I'll continue a fun drill tomorrow.

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