natural fitness

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And how perfect a proof of the natural fitness and, I may almost say, the divine origin of the aristocratic constitution of the States in Flatland
Good Luke felt, after the manner of contented hard-working men whose lives have been spent in servitude, that sense of natural fitness in rank which made his master's downfall a tragedy to him.
Was it possible that Magdalen's unintelligible industry in the study of her part really sprang from a serious interest in her occupation -- an interest which implied a natural fitness for it.
Having started the past two games, the 23-year-old is facing the prospect of playing eight or nine consecutive games in a position that requires a lot of stamina and natural fitness.
Coyle said: "We always knew Chris had decent natural fitness but what we need to do is build up his match fitness.
Yes, you go," said United boss Jose Mourinho, confident that Carrick's natural fitness and common sense would mean he would return in match-ready condition.
O'Neill said: "I would probably wait a bit longer for Jon than I might wait for a few others in terms of what he's done for us and in terms of his natural fitness.
Williams reckons Ledley's natural fitness should help the former Cardiff and Celtic ace's chances of making the tournament.
However, he is back in full training with the squad and, such is the youngster's natural fitness, that is good enough for Allardyce.
With rare exceptions I did not, nor do I now, believe in the natural fitness of anybody for anything but I do believe that anyone can do anything that he really desires to accomplish.
Danns boasts incredible natural fitness and, at 32, is still able to motor up and down for 90 minutes.
But having got that game under his belt, and having played regional rugby yesterday, I think he will be more or less up to speed by Friday because he has always had a natural fitness even if he has suffered in recent years with injuries.