I agree. In English, you can also say "work out" as inIn the context of fitness, "malhar" means to work out, to exercise the body, to train in a gym (Pt-BR Academia).
In Portugal, one "malha" (height lifting) in a "ginásio" (gym) to gain muscle. For some time now, as almost all fitness instructor are Brazilians, "malhar" has the same meaning as in Brazil does.
É cara! Agora nóis aqui também fais Setepi (step/subir degraus), jogin (jogging/corrida), cardió (Cardio/ginástica cardiovascular), bique (bike/bicicleta), danci (dance/dança).Interessante a informação sobre os fitness instructors em Portugal. Nunca imaginaria.
Toda a gente diz "malhar" no Portugal? Qual é o verbo mais comum no Portugal?In Portugal, one "malha" (height lifting) in a "ginásio" (gym) to gain muscle.