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    Question a bit of a fitness fanatic


    what does "she's a bit of a fitness fanatic" mean? Does it mean that she treats it too seriously? I know that after 'a bit of' you add a negative adjective, so I presume that the meaning should be slightly negative.

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    Re: a bit of a fitness fanatic

    It's not necessarily negative. It means she loves physical fitness (excercising and maintaining a healthy diet) as much as some people love watching football or Star Wars.

    "Susan is a bit of a fitness freak. She runs five miles a day, every day, no matter what the weather."

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