- a table in a dining hall, as at a college, where athletes are provided with special meals to aid their conditioning.
Origin of training table
First recorded in 1890–95
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Examples from the Web for training table
There is, in consequence, practically no sociability in rowing until the crews are selected and sent to the training-table.An American at Oxford
His note made mention of something that happened this morning at training-table.
The next morning Jack dressed himself under mild excitement at the thought of making his appearance at the training-table.
Anthony had washed up his supper dishes and Jack had just strolled back from dinner at the training-table.
The training-table was started, and including Coach Boutelle was made up of sixteen members.Left Tackle Thayer
Ralph Henry Barbour